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The writings of John Greenleaf Whittier, Volume 4. (ed. John Greenleaf Whittier), Personal Poems (search)
r ourselves alone. In the long years of thy absence Some of us have grown old, And some have passed the portals Of the Mystery untold; For the hands that cannot clasp thee, For the voices that are dumb, For each and all I bid thee A grateful welcome home! For Cedarcroft's sweet singer To the nine-fold Muses dear; For the Seer the winding Concord Paused by his door to hear; For him, our guide and Nestor, Who the march of song began, The white locks of his ninety years Bared to thy winds, Cape Ann! For him who, to the music Her pines and hemlocks played, Set the old and tender story Of the lorn Acadian maid; For him, whose voice for freedom Swayed friend and foe at will, Hushed is the tongue of silver, The golden lips are still! For her whose life of duty At scoff and menace smiled, Brave as the wife of Roland, Yet gentle as a Child. And for him the three-hilled city Shall hold in memory long, Whose name is the hint and token Of the pleasant Fields of Song! For the old friends
The writings of John Greenleaf Whittier, Volume 4. (ed. John Greenleaf Whittier), Appendix (search)
inter. Arisen at Last. For Righteousness' Sake. Inscription on a Sun-Dial. 1856The Ranger. The Mayflower. The Conquest of Finland. The New Exodus. A Lay of Old Time. A Song, inscribed to the Fremont Clubs. A Fremont Campaign Song. What of the Day. A Song for the Time. The Pass of the Sierra. The Panorama. Burial of Barber. To Pennsylvania. Mary Garvin. 1857Moloch in State Street. The First Flowers. The Sycamores. Mabel Martin. Skipper Ireson's Ride. The Garrison of Cape Ann. The Last Walk in Autumn. The Gift of Tritemius. 1858To James T. Fields. The Palm-Tree. From Perugia. Le Marais du Cygne. The Eve of Election. The Old Burying Ground. Trinitas. The Sisters. The Pipes at Lucknow. The Swan Song of Parson Avery. Telling the Bees. A Song of Harvest. George B. Cheever. The Cable Hymn. 1859Kenoza Lake. The Preacher. The Red River Voyageur. The Double-Headed Snake of Newbury,. The Rock in El Ghor. In Remembrance of Joseph Sturge. The Over H
The writings of John Greenleaf Whittier, Volume 4. (ed. John Greenleaf Whittier), Index of Titles (search)
ss' Sake, III. 175. Forster, William, IV. 88. Fountain, The, i. 29. Fragment, A, IV. 411. Fratricide, The, IV. 353. Freed Islands, The, III. 115. Freedom in Brazil, III. 361. Fremont Campaign Song, A, IV. 400. Friend's Burial, The, II. 301. From Perugia, III. 356. Frost Spirit, The, II. 9. Fruit-Gift, The, II. 31. Funeral Tree of the Sokokis, i. 41. Gallows, The, III. 275. Garden, IV. 215. Garibaldi, IV. 119. Garrison, III. 269. Garrison of Cape Ann, The, i. 166. Gift of Tritemius, The, i. 172. Giving and Taking, II. 314. Godspeed, IV. 218. Golden Wedding of Longwood, The, IV. 197. Gone, IV. 38. Grave by the Lake, The, IV. 241. Greeting, II. 178. Greeting, A, IV. 216. Halleck, Fitz-Greene, IV. 136. Hampton Beach, II. 14. Haschish, The, III. 173. Haverhill, IV. 303. Hazel Blossoms, II. 72. Healer, The, II. 308. Help, II. 328. Henchman, The, i. 373. Hermit of the Thebaid, The, i. 144.