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The writings of John Greenleaf Whittier, Volume 4. (ed. John Greenleaf Whittier), Personal Poems (search)
ear? Methinks the mound which marks thy bed Might bless our land and save, As rose, of old, to life the dead Who touched the prophet's grave! 1854. To Charles Sumner. if I have seemed more prompt to censure wrong Than praise the right; if seldom to thine ear My voice hath mingled with the exultant cheer Borne upon all ourhrough Dodona's sacred oak, A wiser truth than any told By Sappho's lips of ruddy gold,— The way to make the world anew, Is just to grow—as Mary Grew! 1871. Sumner. I am not one who has disgraced beauty of sentiment by deformity of conduct, or the maxims of a freeman by the actions of a slave; but, by the grace of God, Iand, majestic face look down. O State so passing rich before, Who now shall doubt thy highest claim? The world that counts thy jewels o'er Shall longest pause at Sumner's name! 1874. Thiers. I. Fate summoned, in gray-bearded age, to act A history stranger than his written fact, Him, who portrayed the splendor and the gl
The writings of John Greenleaf Whittier, Volume 4. (ed. John Greenleaf Whittier), Appendix (search)
umming, And fifing and drilling, and such Quattle-bumming; “With your April-fool slave hunt! Just wait till December Shall see your new Senator stalk through the Chamber, And Puritan heresy prove neither dumb nor Blind in that pestilent Anakim, Sumner!” A Fremont Campaign song. Sound now the trumpet warningly! The storm is rolling nearer, The hour is striking clearer, In the dusky dome of sky. If dark and wild the morning be, A darker morn before us Shall fling its shadows o'er us If we of Life. April. The Disenthralled. The Peace of Europe. Eva. Astrea. 1853Tauler. Summer by the Lakeside. Trust. My Namesake. The Dream of Pio Nono. The Hero. Rantoul. Official Piety. 1854The Voices. Burns. William Forster. Charles Sumner. The Rendition. The Haschish. The Fruit Gift. Maud Muller. The Hermit of the Thebaid. Letter from a Missionary of the Methodist Episcopal Church, South. The Kansas Emigrants. A Memory. 1855The Barefoot Boy. My Dream. Flowers in Win
The writings of John Greenleaf Whittier, Volume 4. (ed. John Greenleaf Whittier), Index of Titles (search)
he Desert, III. 125. Song of the Vermonters, 1779, The, IV. 394. Spirit of the North, The, IV. 340. Spiritual Manifestation, A, IV. 189. Stanzas: Bind up thy tresses, thou beautiful one, IV. 356. Stanzas for the Times, III. 35. Star of Bethlehem, The, II. 188. Stearns, George L., IV. 117. Storm on Lake Asquam, II. 84. Story of Ida, The, II. 336. Summer by the Lakeside, II. 27. Summer Pilgrimage, A, II. 86. Summons, A, III. 40. Summons, The, III. 213. Sumner, IV. 127. Sunset on the Bearcamp, II. 73. Swan Song of Parson Avery, The, i.188. Sweet Fern, II. 89. Sycamores, The, i. 178. Tauler, i. 141. Taylor, Bayard, IV. 140. Telling the Bees, i. 186. Tent on the Beach, The, IV. 227. Texas, III. 94. Thiers, IV. 135. Three Bells, The, i. 352. Thy Will be Done, III. 217. Tilden, Samuel J., IV. 155. To——. Lines written after a Summer Day's Excursion, IV. 67. To——, with a Copy of John Woolman's Journal, IV.