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2A Boston Ballad, 1854.
3A Broadway Pageant.
4A Carol of Harvest, for 1867
5A Clear Midnight.
6A Farm-Picture.
7A Glimpse.
8A Hand-Mirror.
9A Leaf for Hand in Hand.
10A March in the Ranks, Hard-prest.
11A Noiseless Patient Spider.
12A Paumanok Picture.
13A Promise to California.
14A Riddle Song.
15A Sight in Camp.
16A Song.
17A Woman Waits for Me.
18Aboard at a Ship’s Helm.
19Adieu to a Soldier.
20After the Sea-Ship.
21Ages and Ages, Returning at Intervals.
22Ah Poverties, Wincings and Sulky Retreats.
23All is Truth.
24American Feuillage.
25Among the Multitude.
26An Army Corps on the March.
27An Old Man’s Thought of School.
29Are You the New person, drawn toward Me?
30Artilleryman’s Vision, The.
31As a Strong Bird on Pinions Free.
32As Adam, Early in the Morning.
33As At Thy Portals Also Death.
34As Consequent, Etc.
35As I lay with Head in your Lap, Camerado.
36As I Ponder’d in Silence.
37As I Sat Alone by Blue Ontario’s Shores.
38As I Walk These Broad, Majestic Days.
39As I Watch’d the Ploughman Ploughing.
40As if a Phantom Caress’d Me.
41As the Time Draws Nigh.
42As Toilsome I Wander’d.
43Ashes of Soldiers.
45at Weeping Face.
46Base of all Metaphysics, The.
47Bathed in War’s Perfume.
48Beat! Beat! Drums!
49Beautiful Women.
51Beginning my Studies.
53Behold this Swarthy Face.
54Bivouac on a Mountain Side.
55Brother of All, with Generous Hand.
56By Broad Potomac’s Shore.
57By the Bivouac’s Fitful Flame.
58Camps of Green.
59Carol of Occupations.
60Carol of Words.
61Cavalry Crossing a Ford.
62Centenarian’s Story, The.
63Chanting the Square Deific.
64City Dead-House, The.
65City of Orgies.
66City of Ships.
67Come up from the Fields, Father.
68Crossing Brooklyn Ferry.
69Dalliance of the Eagles, The.
70Darest Thou Now, O Soul.
72Delicate Cluster.
73Despairing Cries.
74Dirge for Two Veterans.
75Dresser, The.
77Earth! my Likeness!
79Elemental Drifts.
80Ethiopia Saluting the Colors.
81Europe, the 72d and 73d years of These States.
84Facing West from California’s Shores.
85Fast Anchor’d, Eternal, O Love.
86For Him I Sing.
87France, the 18th year of These States.
88From Far Dakota’s Cañons.
89From My Last Years.
90From Paumanok Starting.
91From Pent-up Aching Rivers.
92Full of Life, Now.
94Give me the Splendid, Silent Sun.
95Gliding Over All.
97Great are the Myths.
98Hast Never Come to Thee an Hour.
99Here the Frailest Leaves of Me.
100Here, Sailor.
101Hours Continuing Long.
102Hours Continuing Long.
103How Solemn as One by One.
104Hush’d be the Camps To-day.
105I am He that Aches with Love.
106I Dream’d in a Dream.
107I Hear America Singing.
108I hear it was Charged against Me.
109I Heard You, Solemn-sweet Pipes of the Organ.
110I saw Old General at Bay.
111I Sing the Body Electric.
112I Sit and Look Out.
113I Thought I was not Alone.
114I was Looking a Long While.
115I will Take an Egg Out of the Robin’s Nest.
116In Cabin’d Ships at Sea.
117In Former Songs.
118In Midnight Sleep.
119In Paths Untrodden.
120In the New Garden in all the Parts.
121Indications, The.
123Italian Music in Dakota.
124Joy, Shipmate, Joy!
126Last Invocation, The.
127Laws for Creations.
129Lo! Victress on the Peaks.
130Locations and Times.
131Long I Thought that Knowledge.
132Long, too Long, O Land!
133Longings for Home.
134Look Down, Fair Moon.
135Manhattan Streets I Saunter’d, Pondering.
137Me Imperturbe.
140Mother and Babe.
141My Picture-Gallery.
142Myself and Mine.
143Mystic Trumpeter, The.
144Native Moments.
145Night on The Prairies.
146No Labor-Saving Machine.
147Not Heat Flames up and Consumes.
148Not Heaving from My Ribb’d Breast Only.
149Not My Enemies Ever Invade Me.
150Not the Pilot.
151Not Youth Pertains to Me.
152Now Finale to the Shore.
153Now List to my Morning’s Romanza.
154O Bitter Sprig! Confession Sprig!
155O Captain! My Captain!
156O Hymen! O Hymenee!
157O Living Always—Always Dying.
158O Me! O Life!
159O Star of France.
160O Sun of Real Peace.
161O Tan-faced Prairie Boy.
162O You Whom I Often and Silently Come.
163Of Him I Love Day and Night.
164Of the Terrible Doubt of Appearances.
165Of the Visage of Things.
167Old Ireland.
168On Journeys Through The States.
169On the Beach at Night, Alone.
170Once I Pass'd Through a Populous City.
171One Hour to Madness and Joy.
172One Song, America, Before I Go.
173One Sweeps By.
174One’s-Self I Sing.
175Or from that Sea of Time.
176Others may Praise what They Like.
177Out from Behind this Mask.
178Out of the Cradle Endlessly Rocking.
179Out of the Rolling Ocean, the Crowd.
180Over the Carnage.
181Ox Tamer, The.
182Passage to India.
183Patroling Barnegat.
184Pensive and Faltering.
185Pensive and Faltering.
186Pensive and Faltering.
187Pensive on Her Dead Gazing, I Heard the Mother of All.
189Pioneers! O Pioneers!
190Poem of Joys.
191Poem of Remembrance for a Girl or a Boy.
192Poets to Come.
194Prairie States, The.
195Prairie-Grass Dividing, The.
196Prayer of Columbus.
197Primeval my Love for the Woman I Love.
198Proud Music of The Storm.
199Quicksand Years.
200Race of Veterans.
202Recorders Ages Hence.
204Rise, O Days.
205Roaming in Thought.
206Roots and Leaves Themselves Alone.
207Runner, The.
208Salut au Monde.
211Scented Herbage of My Breast.
212Ship Starting, The.
213Shut Not Your Doors, &c.
214Sing of the Banner at Day-Break.
215Singer in the Prison, The.
216Sleepers, The.
217So Far and So Far, and on Toward the End.
218So Long.
219Sobbing of The Bells, The.
220Solid, Ironical, Rolling Orb.
221Sometimes with One I Love.
222Song at Sunset.
223Song for All Seas, All Ships.
224Song of the Broad-Axe.
225Song of the Exposition.
226Song of the Open Road.
227Song of the Redwood-Tree.
228Song of the Universal.
229Souvenirs of Democracy.
230Spain 1873–’74.
231Sparkles from The Wheel.
232Spirit That Form’d This Scene.
233Spirit whose Work is Done.
234Spontaneous Me.
235Starting from Paumanok.
237Still, though the One I Sing.
240That Music Always Round Me.
241That Shadow, my Likeness.
242There was a Child went Forth.
243These Carols.
244These, I, Singing in Spring.
245Thick-Sprinkled Bunting.
246Think of the Soul.
247This Compost.
248This Day, O Soul.
249This Dust was Once the Man.
250This Moment, Yearning and Thoughtful.
251Thou Orb Aloft Full-Dazzling.
252Thou Reader.
263To a Certain Cantatrice.
264To a Certain Civilian.
265To a Common Prostitute.
266To a foil’d European Revolutionaire.
267To a Historian.
268To a Locomotive in Winter.
269To a President.
270To a Pupil.
271To a Stranger.
272To a Western Boy.
273To Foreign Lands.
274To Him that was Crucified.
275To Old Age.
276To One Shortly to Die.
277To Oratists.
278To Rich Givers.
279To the East and to the West.
280To the Garden the World.
281To the Leaven’d Soil They Trod.
282To the Man-of-War-Bird.
283To the Reader at Parting.
284To The States.
285To Thee, Old Cause!
286To Think of Time.
287To You.
288To You.
289To You.
290Torch, The.
291Trickle, Drops.
292Turn, O Libertad.
293Two Rivulets.
294Unfolded Out of the Folds.
295Unnamed Lands.
296Untold Want, The.
297Vigil Strange I Kept on the Field.
300Walt Whitman.
301Walt Whitman’s Caution.
302Wandering at Morn.
303Warble for Lilac-Time.
304We Two Boys Together Clinging.
305We Two—How Long We were Fool’d.
306Weave in, Weave in, My Hardy Life.
307What am I, After All?
308What Best I See In Thee.
309What General has a Good Army.
310What Place is Besieged?
311What think You I take my Pen in Hand?
312When I heard at the Close of the Day.
313When I heard the Learn’d Astronomer.
314When I peruse the Conquer’d Fame.
315When I read the Book.
316When Lilacs Last in the Door-yard Bloom’d.
317Whispers of Heavenly Death.
318Who is now Reading This?
319Who Learns My Lesson Complete?
320Whoever You are, Holding Me now in Hand.
321With All Thy Gifts.
322With Antecedents.
323World Below the Brine, The.
324World, Take Good Notice.
325Year of Meteors, 1859 ’60.
326Year that Trembled.
327Years of the Modern.
328Yet, Yet, Ye Downcast Hours.
329You Felons on Trial in Courts.
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