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The writings of John Greenleaf Whittier, Volume 4. (ed. John Greenleaf Whittier), Personal Poems (search)
e of kindreds, tongues, and peoples Swept in on every gale. It came from Holstein's birchen-belted meadows, And from the tropic calms Of Indian islands in the sun-smit shadows Of Occidental palms; From the locked roadsteads of the Bothnian peasants, And harbors of the Finn, Where war's worn victims saw his gentle presence Come sailing, Christ-like, in, To seek the lost, to build the old waste places, To link the hostile shores Of severing seas, and sow with England's daisies The moss of Finland's moors. Thanks for the good man's beautiful example, Who in the vilest saw Some sacred crypt or altar of a temple Still vocal with God's law; And heard with tender ear the spirit sighing As from its prison cell, Praying for pity, like the mournful crying Of Jonah out of hell. Not his the golden pen's or lip's persuasion, But a fine sense of right, And Truth's directness, meeting each occasion Straight as a line of light. His faith and works, like streams that intermingle, In the same c
The writings of John Greenleaf Whittier, Volume 4. (ed. John Greenleaf Whittier), Appendix (search)
esake. 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 Winter. 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 writings of John Greenleaf Whittier, Volume 4. (ed. John Greenleaf Whittier), Index of Titles (search)
, IV. 255. Channing, IV. 42. Chapel of the Hermits, The, i. 126. Charity, IV. 332. Chicago, IV. 195. Child-Songs, II. 306. Christian Slave, The, III. 86. Christian Tourists, The, III. 324. Christmas Carmen, A, II. 304. Christmas of 1888, The, IV. 285. Cities of the Plain, The, II. 191. Clear Vision, The, II. 286. Clerical Oppressors, III. 38. Cobbler Keezar's Vision, i. 241. Common Question, The, II. 271. Conductor Bradley, i. 359. Conquest of Finland, The, III. 350. Countess, The, i. 253. Crisis, The, III. 148. Cross, The, IV. 79. Crucifixion, The, II. 195. Cry of a Lost Soul, The, II. 256. Curse of the Charter-Breakers, The, III. 142. Cypress-Tree of Ceylon, The, i. 50. Day, A, II. 93. Day's Journey, A, IV. 411. Dead Feast of the Kol-Folk, The, i.375. Dead Ship of Harpswell, The, IV. 271. Deity, The, IV. 334. Democracy, III. 272. Demon of the Study, The, i. 25. Derne, III. 155. Disarmamen