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1To You.
2One’s-Self I Sing.
3O Captain! My Captain!
4O Me! O Life!
5As I Ponder’d in Silence.
6To You.
7For Him I Sing.
8Walt Whitman.
9Song at Sunset.
10Ashes of Soldiers.
13I Hear America Singing.
14When Lilacs Last in the Door-yard Bloom’d.
15To Foreign Lands.
16Adieu to a Soldier.
17In Midnight Sleep.
19A Noiseless Patient Spider.
20When I heard the Learn’d Astronomer.
21All is Truth.
22So Long.
23Out of the Cradle Endlessly Rocking.
24Poem of Joys.
25Long I Thought that Knowledge.
26Laws for Creations.
27I Sit and Look Out.
28I Sing the Body Electric.
30Pioneers! O Pioneers!
31In Cabin’d Ships at Sea.
33Whispers of Heavenly Death.
34When I read the Book.
36Old Ireland.
37Beautiful Women.
38A Hand-Mirror.
39Race of Veterans.
42As the Time Draws Nigh.
43To a Historian.
44Beginning my Studies.
45Sometimes with One I Love.
47Beat! Beat! Drums!
48A Woman Waits for Me.
49Crossing Brooklyn Ferry.
50To a Stranger.
51To Think of Time.
52This Compost.
53O Living Always—Always Dying.
54Of Him I Love Day and Night.
55Song of the Open Road.
56Unfolded Out of the Folds.
57To Old Age.
58What am I, After All?
59Unnamed Lands.
61As I Sat Alone by Blue Ontario’s Shores.
62As I Walk These Broad, Majestic Days.
63Ship Starting, The.
64There was a Child went Forth.
65Camps of Green.
66On the Beach at Night, Alone.
67Passage to India.
68To a Common Prostitute.
70To Thee, Old Cause!
71Are You the New person, drawn toward Me?
72Myself and Mine.
73Spontaneous Me.
74A Clear Midnight.
75Still, though the One I Sing.
78Walt Whitman’s Caution.
79City of Orgies.
80To You.
81This Dust was Once the Man.
82Sleepers, The.
83Turn, O Libertad.
84I Dream’d in a Dream.
86Here, Sailor.
87Proud Music of The Storm.
88To One Shortly to Die.
89I am He that Aches with Love.
90I Thought I was not Alone.
91Weave in, Weave in, My Hardy Life.
92An Old Man’s Thought of School.
93To the Garden the World.
94Starting from Paumanok.
96A Glimpse.
97Out of the Rolling Ocean, the Crowd.
98One Song, America, Before I Go.
99To a Locomotive in Winter.
100Poem of Remembrance for a Girl or a Boy.
101My Picture-Gallery.
102Darest Thou Now, O Soul.
103We Two Boys Together Clinging.
104To Him that was Crucified.
105A Song.
107That Music Always Round Me.
108Mother and Babe.
109To a Pupil.
110To a Certain Civilian.
112On Journeys Through The States.
113A Riddle Song.
114Come up from the Fields, Father.
116Great are the Myths.
117Manhattan Streets I Saunter’d, Pondering.
118Primeval my Love for the Woman I Love.
120One Hour to Madness and Joy.
121Indications, The.
122Quicksand Years.
125To Rich Givers.
126From My Last Years.
127Roaming in Thought.
128Years of the Modern.
129In Paths Untrodden.
130To a President.
131This Moment, Yearning and Thoughtful.
132A Farm-Picture.
134Whoever You are, Holding Me now in Hand.
135Aboard at a Ship’s Helm.
136By the Bivouac’s Fitful Flame.
137Full of Life, Now.
138We Two—How Long We were Fool’d.
139Hush’d be the Camps To-day.
140Sparkles from The Wheel.
141Think of the Soul.
142Give me the Splendid, Silent Sun.
144Untold Want, The.
145City of Ships.
146O Hymen! O Hymenee!
148Native Moments.
149To a Western Boy.
151A Sight in Camp.
152Joy, Shipmate, Joy!
153O You Whom I Often and Silently Come.
154As At Thy Portals Also Death.
155Cavalry Crossing a Ford.
156Roots and Leaves Themselves Alone.
157Song for All Seas, All Ships.
158Now Finale to the Shore.
160With All Thy Gifts.
161Singer in the Prison, The.
162Runner, The.
163Elemental Drifts.
164Who Learns My Lesson Complete?
165Look Down, Fair Moon.
166What Best I See In Thee.
167As Adam, Early in the Morning.
168When I peruse the Conquer’d Fame.
169To Oratists.
170Poets to Come.
171Longings for Home.
172Brother of All, with Generous Hand.
173Last Invocation, The.
174As if a Phantom Caress’d Me.
175World, Take Good Notice.
176Dirge for Two Veterans.
177I was Looking a Long While.
179Once I Pass'd Through a Populous City.
180Torch, The.
181Out from Behind this Mask.
182As I lay with Head in your Lap, Camerado.
183With Antecedents.
184Song of the Universal.
185A Boston Ballad, 1854.
186Souvenirs of Democracy.
187After the Sea-Ship.
189A Promise to California.
190Of the Terrible Doubt of Appearances.
191As I Watch’d the Ploughman Ploughing.
193Chanting the Square Deific.
194Who is now Reading This?
195Pensive on Her Dead Gazing, I Heard the Mother of All.
196Song of the Redwood-Tree.
197A Carol of Harvest, for 1867
199To a Certain Cantatrice.
200O Sun of Real Peace.
202When I heard at the Close of the Day.
203Warble for Lilac-Time.
204From Pent-up Aching Rivers.
205I hear it was Charged against Me.
206This Day, O Soul.
207To The States.
208Dalliance of the Eagles, The.
209Prayer of Columbus.
210Trickle, Drops.
211I will Take an Egg Out of the Robin’s Nest.
212To a foil’d European Revolutionaire.
213An Army Corps on the March.
215Night on The Prairies.
216Carol of Words.
217Salut au Monde.
218No Labor-Saving Machine.
220Italian Music in Dakota.
221A Leaf for Hand in Hand.
222A Broadway Pageant.
223Ethiopia Saluting the Colors.
224Dresser, The.
225Spirit whose Work is Done.
226Pensive and Faltering.
227Pensive and Faltering.
228Pensive and Faltering.
229So Far and So Far, and on Toward the End.
230From Paumanok Starting.
231American Feuillage.
232City Dead-House, The.
233at Weeping Face.
234What General has a Good Army.
235Among the Multitude.
236Vigil Strange I Kept on the Field.
237That Shadow, my Likeness.
238Here the Frailest Leaves of Me.
239Shut Not Your Doors, &c.
240Mystic Trumpeter, The.
241These, I, Singing in Spring.
242Facing West from California’s Shores.
243Despairing Cries.
244Two Rivulets.
245Bathed in War’s Perfume.
246World Below the Brine, The.
248To the East and to the West.
249Not My Enemies Ever Invade Me.
251Rise, O Days.
252France, the 18th year of These States.
253Fast Anchor’d, Eternal, O Love.
254Me Imperturbe.
255Long, too Long, O Land!
256Earth! my Likeness!
257Spain 1873–’74.
259Delicate Cluster.
260Carol of Occupations.
261Not the Pilot.
262Hours Continuing Long.
263Wandering at Morn.
264As a Strong Bird on Pinions Free.
265Hours Continuing Long.
266Gliding Over All.
267Yet, Yet, Ye Downcast Hours.
268A Paumanok Picture.
270Sobbing of The Bells, The.
272Scented Herbage of My Breast.
273Now List to my Morning’s Romanza.
274O Star of France.
275Base of all Metaphysics, The.
276Song of the Broad-Axe.
277Sing of the Banner at Day-Break.
278Thick-Sprinkled Bunting.
279What think You I take my Pen in Hand?
281Locations and Times.
282Or from that Sea of Time.
283As Toilsome I Wander’d.
284Song of the Exposition.
285Ox Tamer, The.
286Over the Carnage.
287Artilleryman’s Vision, The.
288Of the Visage of Things.
289In Former Songs.
290Others may Praise what They Like.
291Europe, the 72d and 73d years of These States.
292Prairie States, The.
293You Felons on Trial in Courts.
294Bivouac on a Mountain Side.
295One Sweeps By.
296Ages and Ages, Returning at Intervals.
297A March in the Ranks, Hard-prest.
298Year that Trembled.
299Centenarian’s Story, The.
300To the Man-of-War-Bird.
301Not Youth Pertains to Me.
302O Tan-faced Prairie Boy.
303How Solemn as One by One.
304Thou Reader.
306I Heard You, Solemn-sweet Pipes of the Organ.
307Prairie-Grass Dividing, The.
308Hast Never Come to Thee an Hour.
309To the Reader at Parting.
310In the New Garden in all the Parts.
311Year of Meteors, 1859 ’60.
312Patroling Barnegat.
313Spirit That Form’d This Scene.
314By Broad Potomac’s Shore.
315Recorders Ages Hence.
316Ah Poverties, Wincings and Sulky Retreats.
317These Carols.
318I saw Old General at Bay.
319Behold this Swarthy Face.
320O Bitter Sprig! Confession Sprig!
321Lo! Victress on the Peaks.
322From Far Dakota’s Cañons.
323What Place is Besieged?
324Not Heat Flames up and Consumes.
325Solid, Ironical, Rolling Orb.
326To the Leaven’d Soil They Trod.
327Thou Orb Aloft Full-Dazzling.
328As Consequent, Etc.
329Not Heaving from My Ribb’d Breast Only.
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