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Title of PieceProse or Poetry
Woodpecker , ThePoetry
Success is Counted SweetestPoetry
The White HeatPoetry
Elysium is as far as toPoetry
After Great Pain, A Formal Feeling ComesPoetry
You left me, sweet, two legacies,--Poetry
Wild Nights! Wild Nights!Poetry
We play at paste,Poetry
We outgrow love like other thingsPoetry
We like march, his shoes are purple,Poetry
Victory comes late,Poetry
Two butterflies went out at noonPoetry
'T was just this time last year I died.Poetry
To my quick ear the leaves conferred;Poetry
Tie the strings to my life, my Lord,Poetry
The thought beneath so slight a filmPoetry
This is the land the sunset washes,Poetry
This is my letter to the world,Poetry
They say that 'time assuages,'--Poetry
They dropped like flakesPoetry
There 's been a death in the opposite housePoetry
There 's a certain slant of light,Poetry
There is no frigate like a bookPoetry
The wind trapped like a tired man,Poetry
The wind begun to rock the grassPoetry
The sky is low, the clouds are mean,Poetry
The show is not the show,Poetry
The pedigree of honeyPoetry
The only ghost I ever sawPoetry
The nearest dream recedes, unrealized.Poetry
The heart asks pleasure firstPoetry
The dying need but little, dear,--Poetry
The day came slow, till five o' clockPoetry
The cricket sangPoetry
The bustle in a housePoetry
The braind within its groovePoetry
So proud she was to diePoetry
So bashful when I spied her,Poetry
She sweeps with many-colored brooms,Poetry
She rose to his requirement, droppedPoetry
Safe in their alabaster chambers,Poetry
Presentiment is that long shadow on the lawnPoetry
Pain has an element of blank;Poetry
Our journey had advanced;Poetry
One need not be a chamber to be haunted,Poetry
Of all the souls that stand createPoetry
Not in this world to see his facePoetry
Nature , the gentlest mother,Poetry
Nature rarer uses yellowPoetry
My nosegays are for captives;Poetry
My life closed twice before its close;Poetry
Me ! Come! My dazzled facePoetry
Like trains of cars on tracks of plushPoetry
It 's like the light, --Poetry
It 's All I have to bring to-day,Poetry
It was not death, for I stood up,Poetry
It struck me every dayPoetry
It is an honorable thought,Poetry
It dropped so low in my regardPoetry
I 'm nobody! Who are you?Poetry
I 'll tell you how the sun rose, --Poetry
If you were coming in the fall,Poetry
If I can stop one heart from breaking,Poetry
I years had been from home,Poetry
I went to heaven,--Poetry
I taste a liquor never brewedPoetry
I stepped from plank to plankPoetry
I never saw a moor,Poetry
I never hear the word "escape"Poetry
I measure every grief I meetPoetry
I ment to find her when I came;Poetry
I lived on dread; to those who knowPoetry
I like to see it lap the miles,Poetry
I know a place where summer strivesPoetry
I heard a fly buzz when I died;Poetry
I had no time to hate, becausePoetry
I had been hungry all the years-Poetry
I found the phrase to every thoughtPoetry
I felt a funeral in my brain,Poetry
I felt a cleaving in my mindPoetry
First RobinPoetry
I died for beauty but was scarcePoetry
I cannot live with you,Poetry
I breathed enough to learn the trick,Poetry
Hope is the thing with feathersPoetry
Her final summer was it,Poetry
Heaven is what I cannot reach!Poetry
He fumbles at your spiritPoetry
Good night! which put the candle out?Poetry
Going to him! Happy letter! Tell him--Poetry
God permit industrious angelsPoetry
God made a little gentian;Poetry
God gave a loaf to every bird,Poetry
For each ecstatic instantPoetry
Each life converges to some centrePoetry
Departed to the judgment,Poetry
Delight becomes pictorialPoetry
Death sets a thing of signigicantPoetry
Before you thought of spring,Poetry
Because I could not stop for Death,Poetry
An everywhere of silver,Poetry
Ample make this bed.Poetry
After a hundred yearsPoetry
A thought went up my mind to-dayPoetry
A shady friend for torrid daysPoetry
A narrow fellow in the grassPoetry
A long, long sleep, a famous sleepPoetry
A little road not made manPoetry
A light exists in springPoetry
A drop fell on the apple treePoetry
A door just opened on a streetPoetry
A Clock Stopped -- Not The Mantel'sPoetry
A Bird Came DownPoetry
We Grow Accustomed To The Darkpoetry
Your thoughts don't have words every dayPoetry
You cannot take itselfPoetry
You cannot make Remembrance growPoetry
Yesterday is HistoryPoetry
untitledPoetry
Without a smile-Without a ThroePoetry
Within thy Grave!Poetry
Within that little HivePoetry
With sweetness unabatedPoetry
With Pinions of DisdainPoetry
Witchcraft was hung, in HistoryPoetry
Witchcraft has not a PedigreePoetry
Winter is good-his Hoar DelightsPoetry
Why should we hurry-why indeed?Poetry
Whose Pink career may have a closePoetry
Whoever disenchantsPoetry
Who were "the Father and the Son"Poetry
Who saw no Sunrise cannot sayPoetry
Who never wanted-maddest JoyPoetry
Who is the East?Poetry
Who is it seeks my Pillow Nights-Poetry
Who has not found the Heaven-below-Poetry
Who goes to dine must take his FeastPoetry
Who abdicated AmbushPoetry
White as an Indian PipePoetry
While we were fearing it, it came-Poetry
Which misses mostPoetry
Which is the best-the Moon or the Crescent?Poetry
Which is best? Heaven-Poetry
Whether they have forgottenPoetry
Where Roses would not dare to goPoetry
Where every bird is bold to goPoetry
When we have ceased to carePoetry
When they come back-if Blossoms do-Poetry
When Memory is fullPoetry
When I hoped I feared-Poetry
When Etna basks and purrsPoetry
When a Lover is a BeggarPoetry
Whatever it is-she has tried it-Poetry
What we see we know somewhatPoetry
What Twigs We held by-Poetry
What tenements of cloverPoetry
What mystery pervades a well!Poetry
Were natural mortal ladyPoetry
Were it to be the lastPoetry
Were it but Me that gained the Height-Poetry
We wear our sober Dresses when we diePoetry
We talked with each other about each otherPoetry
We shun it ere it comesPoetry
We shun because we prize her FacePoetry
We shall find the Cube of the RainbowPoetry
We send the Wave to find the Wave-Poetry
We never know we go when we are going-Poetry
We never know how high we arePoetry
We miss a Kinsman morePoetry
We like MarchPoetry
We like a Hairbreadth 'scapePoetry
We learn it in RetreatingPoetry
We knew not that we were to live-Poetry
We introduce ourselvesPoetry
We do not know the time we lose-Poetry
Water makes many BedsPoetry
"Was not" was all the StatementPoetry
Warm in her Hand these accents liePoetry
Volcanoes be in SicilyPoetry
Upon the gallows hung a wretchPoetry
Upon his Saddle sprung a BirdPoetry
Upon a Lilac SeaPoetry
Up Life's Hill with my my little BundlePoetry
Unworthy of her BreastPoetry
Unto the Whole-how add?Poetry
Unto a broken heartPoetry
Until the Desert knowsPoetry
Two Lengths has every Day-Poetry
'Twas later when the summer wentPoetry
'Twas here my summer pausedPoetry
'Twas fighting for his Life he was-Poetry
'Twas comfort in her Dying RoomPoetry
Trusty as the starsPoetry
Trudging to Eden, looking backwardPoetry
Tried always and Condemned by theePoetry
Touch lightly Nature's sweet GuitarPoetry
Too scanty 'twas to die for youPoetry
Too happy Time dissolves itselfPoetry
Too few the mornings bePoetry
Too cold is thisPoetry
"Tomorrow"-whose locationPoetry
Today or this noonPoetry
To undertake is to achievePoetry
To try to speak, and miss the wayPoetry
To their apartment deepPoetry
To the stanch DustPoetry
To the bright east she fliesPoetry
To tell the Beauty would decreasePoetry
To see her is a Picture-Poetry
To pile like Thunder to its closePoetry
To own a Susan of my ownPoetry
To mend each tattered FaithPoetry
To make Routine a StimulusPoetry
To make a prairie it takes a clover and one beePoetry
To lose thee-sweeter than to gainPoetry
To his simplicityPoetry
To her derided HomePoetry
To help our Bleaker PartsPoetry
To flee from memoryPoetry
To earn it by disdaining itPoetry
To do a magnanimous thingPoetry
To disappear enhances-Poetry
To die-without the DyingPoetry
To break so vast a HeartPoetry
To be forgot by theePoetry
Title divine-is mine!Poetry
'Tis whiter than an Indian Pipe-Poetry
'Tis Seasons since the Dimpled WarPoetry
'Tis not the swaying frame we missPoetry
'Tis my first night beneath the SunPoetry
'Tis easier to pity those when deadPoetry
Time's wily Chargers will not waitPoetry
Time does go on-Poetry
Through what transports of PatiencePoetry
Through those old Grounds of memoryPoetry
Three Weeks passed since I had seen Her-Poetry
Though the great Waters sleepPoetry
Those not live yetPoetry
Those final Creatures,-who they are-Poetry
Those-dying thenPoetry
Those cattle smaller than a BeePoetry
This slow Day moved along-Poetry
This Me-that walks and works-must diePoetry
This is the place they hoped beforePoetry
This docile one interPoetry
This dirty-little-HeartPoetry
They talk as slow as Legends growPoetry
They might not need me-yet they might-Poetry
These Strangers, in a foreign WorldPoetry
These held their Wick above the West-Poetry
These Fevered Days-to take them to the ForestPoetry
These are the Signs to Nature's Inns-Poetry
These are the Nights that Beetles love-Poetry
These are the days that Reindeer lovePoetry
There's the Battle of Burgoyne-Poetry
There is strength in proving that it can be bornePoetry
There is no Silence in the Earth-so silentPoetry
There is another LonelinessPoetry
There is a Zone whose even YearsPoetry
There is a solitude of spacePoetry
There comes an hour when begging stopsPoetry
There comes a warning like a spyPoetry
There came a Wind like a Bugle-Poetry
Themself are all I have-Poetry
Their dappled importunityPoetry
Their Barricade against the SkyPoetry
The worthlessness of Earthly thingsPoetry
The Work of Her that wentPoetry
The words the happy sayPoetry
The Wind took up the Northern ThingsPoetry
The wind drew offPoetry
The Well upon the BrookPoetry
The Way to know the BobolinkPoetry
The way Hope builds his HousePoetry
The waters chased him as he fledPoetry
The Voice that stands for Floods to mePoetry
The Treason of an accentPoetry
The Thrill came slowly like a Boom forPoetry
The things we thought that we should doPoetry
The Things that never can come back, are several-Poetry
The Symptom of the Gale-Poetry
The Sweets of Pillage, can be knownPoetry
The Sun went down-no Man looked on-Poetry
The Sun retired to a cloudPoetry
The Sun is one-and on the TarePoetry
The Sun in reigning to the WestPoetry
The Sun and Fog contestedPoetry
The Summer that we did not prizePoetry
The Suburbs of a SecretPoetry
The Stimulus, beyond the GravePoetry
The stem of a departed FlowerPoetry
The Stars are old, that stood for me-Poetry
The spry Arms of the WindPoetry
The Spirit lasts-but in what mode-Poetry
The Spider as an ArtistPoetry
The Soul should always stand ajarPoetry
The Snow that never drifts-Poetry
The smouldering embers blush-Poetry
The Sky is low-the Clouds are meanPoetry
The Show is not the ShowPoetry
The Sea said "Come" to the Brook-Poetry
The Savior must have beenPoetry
The saddest noise, the sweetest noisePoetry
The Robin is a GabrielPoetry
The Road was lit with Moon and star-Poetry
The Road to Paradise is plainPoetry
The right to perish might be thoughtPoetry
The Riddle we can guessPoetry
The reticent volcano keepsPoetry
The Rat is the concisest Tenant.Poetry
The pungent atom in the AirPoetry
The Props assist the HousePoetry
The Products of my Farm are thesePoetry
The pretty Rain from those sweet EavesPoetry
The Popular Heart is a Cannon first-Poetry
The Pile of Years is not so highPoetry
The pattern of the sunPoetry
The Past is such a curious CreaturePoetry
The parasol is the umbrella's daughterPoetry
The overtakelessness of thosePoetry
The Opening and the ClosePoetry
The ones that disappeared are backPoetry
The Notice that is called the SpringPoetry
The Mushroom is the Elf of Plants-Poetry
The murmuring of Bees, has ceasedPoetry
The Mountains stood in Haze-Poetry
The most triumphant Bird I ever knew or metPoetry
The most pathetic thing I doPoetry
The most important populationPoetry
The Moon upon her fluent RoutePoetry
The mob within the heartPoetry
The Mind lives on the HeartPoetry
The Merchant of the PicturesquePoetry
The look of thee, what is it likePoetry
The longest day that God appointsPoetry
The long sigh of the FrogPoetry
The Lilac is an ancient shrubPoetry
The Lightning is a yellow ForkPoetry
The Life we have is very greatPoetry
The Life that tied too tight escapesPoetry
The last of Summer is Delight-Poetry
The last Night that She livedPoetry
The Lassitudes of ContemplationPoetry
The largest Fire ever knownPoetry
The joy that has no stem no corePoetry
The Jay his Castanet has struckPoetry
The inundation of the SpringPoetry
The Infinite a sudden GuestPoetry
The incidents of lovePoetry
The immortality she gavePoetry
The Hills in Purple syllablesPoetry
The Hills erect their Purple HeadsPoetry
The Heart is the Capital of the Mind-Poetry
The Heart has many Doors-Poetry
The healed Heart shows its shallow scarPoetry
The harm of Years is on him-Poetry
The grave my little cottage isPoetry
The going from a world we knowPoetry
The gleam of an heroic ActPoetry
The Gentian has a parched Corolla-Poetry
The Frost was never seen-Poetry
The Frost of Death was on the Pane-Poetry
The Flake the Wind exasperatePoetry
The first We knew of Him was Death-Poetry
The fascinating chill that music leavesPoetry
The farthest Thunder that I heardPoetry
The fairest Home I ever knewPoetry
The Fact that Earth is Heaven-Poetry
The Face we choose to miss-Poetry
The Face in evanescence lainPoetry
The event was directly behind HimPoetry
The earth has many keysPoetry
The Dying need but little, DearPoetry
The duties of the Wind are fewPoetry
The Ditch is dear to the Drunken manPoetry
The distance that the dead have gonePoetry
The Devil-had he fidelityPoetry
The Days that we can sparePoetry
The Day she goesPoetry
The Day grew small, surrounded tightPoetry
The Dandelion's pallid tubePoetry
The Crickets sangPoetry
The Clover's simple FamePoetry
The Clouds their Backs together laidPoetry
The Clock strikes one that just struck two-Poetry
The Butterfly's Numidian GownPoetry
The Butterfly's Assumption GownPoetry
The Butterfly upon the SkyPoetry
The butterfly obtainsPoetry
The Butterfly in honored DustPoetry
The Bone that has no MarrowPoetry
The Bobolink is gone-Poetry
The Blunder is in estimatePoetry
The Bird her punctual music bringsPoetry
The Bird did prance-the Bee did play-Poetry
The Bible is an antique Volume-Poetry
The Beggar at the Door for FamePoetry
The Bat is dun, with wrinkled Wings-Poetry
The Auctioneer of PartingPoetry
That this should feel the need of DeathPoetry
That Such have died enable UsPoetry
That short-potential stirPoetry
That she forgot me was the leastPoetry
That sacred Closet when you sweep-Poetry
That odd old man is dead a year-Poetry
That Love is all there isPoetry
That it will never come againPoetry
Than Heaven more remotePoetry
Tell as a Marksman-were forgottenPoetry
Tell all the Truth but tell it slant-Poetry
Talk not to me of Summer TreesPoetry
Take all away from me, but leave me EcstasyPoetry
Sweet Skepticism of the Heart-Poetry
Sweet Pirate of the heartPoetry
Sweet is the swamp with its secretsPoetry
Sweet hours have perished here;Poetry
Surprise is like a thrilling-pungent-Poetry
Superiority to FatePoetry
Sunset that screens, reveals-Poetry
Summer-we all have seen-Poetry
Summer laid her simple HatPoetry
Summer is shorter than any one-Poetry
Summer has two Beginnings-Poetry
Summer begins to have the lookPoetry
Such are the inlets of the mind-Poetry
Still own thee-still thou artPoetry
Step lightly on this narrow spot-Poetry
Spring comes on the World-Poetry
Speech is one symptom of AffectionPoetry
Somewhere upon the general EarthPoetry
Somewhat, to hope forPoetry
Sometimes with the HeartPoetry
Somehow myself survived the NightPoetry
Some Wretched creature, savior takePoetry
Some we see no more, Tenements of WonderPoetry
Some say goodnight-at night-Poetry
Some one prepared this mighty showPoetry
Some Days retired from the restPoetry
Softened by Time's consummate plushPoetry
So much of Heaven has gone from EarthPoetry
So large my WillPoetry
So I pull my Stockings offPoetry
So give me back to Death-Poetry
So gay a FlowerPoetry
Silence is all we dreadPoetry
She rose as high as His OccasionPoetry
She laid her docile Crescent downPoetry
She could not live upon the PastPoetry
Shame is the shawl of PinkPoetry
Shall I take thee, the Poet saidPoetry
September's BaccalaureatePoetry
"Secrets" is a daily wordPoetry
Satisfaction-is the AgentPoetry
Sang from the Heart, SirePoetry
Said Death to PassionPoetry
Safe Despair it is that raves-Poetry
Risk is the Hair that holds the TunPoetry
Revolution is the PodPoetry
Reportless Subjects, to the QuickPoetry
Remembrance has a Rear and Front-Poetry
"Remember me" implored the Thief!Poetry
"Red Sea," indeed! Talk not to mePoetry
Recollect the Face of mePoetry
Rearrange a "Wife's" affection!Poetry
Rather arid delightPoetry
Quite empty, quite at restPoetry
Pursuing you in your transitionsPoetry
Proud of my broken heart, since thou didst break itPoetry
Praise it-'tis dead-Poetry
Power is a familiar growth-Poetry
Pink-small-and punctual-Poetry
Peril as a PossesssionPoetry
Perhaps they do not go so farPoetry
Perception of an object costsPoetry
Pass to they Rendezvous of LightPoetry
Parting with Thee reluctantlyPoetry
Paradise is that old mansionPoetry
Paradise is of the optionPoetry
Pain has but one AcquaintancePoetry
Ourselves we do inter with sweet derisionPoetry
Our own possessions-though our own-Poetry
Our little secrets slink away-Poetry
Opinion is a flitting thingPoetry
One thing of it we borrowPoetry
One of the ones that Midas touchedPoetry
One Joy of so much anguishPoetry
One crown that no one seeksPoetry
On the World you coloredPoetry
On that specific PillowPoetry
On my volcano grows the GrassPoetry
Oh what a Grace is thisPoetry
Oh Sumptuous momentPoetry
Oh Shadow on the GrassPoetry
Oh, honey of an hourPoetry
Oh give it Motion-deck it sweetPoetry
Oh Future! thou secreted peacePoetry
Of Yellow was the outer SkyPoetry
Of whom so dearPoetry
Of this is Day composedPoetry
Of the Heart that goes in, and closes the DoorPoetry
Of so divine a LossPoetry
Of Paul and Silas it is saidPoetry
Of Paradise' existencePoetry
Of Nature I shall have enoughPoetry
Of God we ask one favorPoetry
Of Glory not a Beam is leftPoetry
Of Death I try to think like this-Poetry
Obtaining but our own ExtentPoetry
Now I lay thee down to Sleep-Poetry
Now I knew I lost her-Poetry
Not with a Club, the Heart is brokenPoetry
Not to discover weakness isPoetry
Not that he goes-we love him morePoetry
Not so the infinite Relations-BelowPoetry
Not Sickness stains the BravePoetry
Not seeing, still we know-Poetry
Not One by Heaven defrauded stay-Poetry
Not knowing when the Dawn will comePoetry
Not at Home to CallersPoetry
Not any sunny tonePoetry
Not any more to be lacked-Poetry
Not any higher stands the GravePoetry
None who saw it ever told itPoetry
No Passenger was known to flee-Poetry
No matter where the Saints abidePoetry
No man saw awe, nor to his housePoetry
No Life can pompless pass away-Poetry
No ladder needs the bird but skiesPoetry
No Brigadier throughout the YearPoetry
No Autumn's intercepting ChillPoetry
Nature can do no morePoetry
Nature assigns the Sun-Poetry
Nature affects to be sedatePoetry
Myself can read the TelegramsPoetry
My Wars are laid away in Books-Poetry
My Triumph lasted till the DrumsPoetry
My Season's furthest Flower-Poetry
My life closed twice before its close-Poetry
My Heart upon a little PlatePoetry
My Heart ran so to theePoetry
My God-He sees thee-Poetry
My country need not change her gownPoetry
My Cocoon tightens-Colors tease-Poetry
Morning that comes but oncePoetry
More than the Grave is closed to me-Poetry
Mine Enemy is growing old-Poetry
Meeting by AccidentPoetry
March is the Month of ExpectationPoetry
Luck is not chance-Poetry
Love's stricken "why"Poetry
Love is done when Love's begunPoetry
Love can do all but raise the DeadPoetry
Look back on Time, with kindly eyes-Poetry
Longing is like the SeedPoetry
Long Years apart-can make noPoetry
Lives he in any other worldPoetry
Like Time's insidious wrinklePoetry
Like Rain it sounded till it curvedPoetry
Like Men and Women Shadows walkPoetry
Like Brooms of SteelPoetry
Lightly stepped a yellow starPoetry
Lift it-with the FeathersPoetry
"Lethe" in my flowerPoetry
Let my first Knowing be of theePoetry
Let me not mar that perfect DreamPoetry
Let down the Bars, Oh Death-Poetry
Lest this be Heaven indeedPoetry
Lest any doubt that we are glad that they were born TodayPoetry
Left in immortal YouthPoetry
Lay this Laurel on the OnePoetry
Lain in Nature-so suffice usPoetry
Knock with tremor-Poetry
Just Once! Oh least Request!Poetry
Judgment is justestPoetry
I've got an arrow herePoetry
I've dropped my Brain-My Soul is numb-Poetry
Its little Ether HoodPoetry
Its Hour with itselfPoetry
It would not know if it were spurnedPoetry
It was not Saint-it was too large-Poetry
It was a quiet way-Poetry
It was a quiet seeming Day-Poetry
It stole along so stealthyPoetry
It sounded as if the Streets were runningPoetry
It rises-passes-on our SouthPoetry
It came his turn to beg-Poetry
It came at last but prompter DeathPoetry
Is it too late to touch you, Dear?Poetry
Is Heaven a Physician?Poetry
In Winter in my RoomPoetry
In thy long Paradise of LightPoetry
In this short LifePoetry
In snow thou comest-Poetry
In many and reportless placesPoetry
Immured in Heaven!Poetry
Immortal is an ample wordPoetry
Image of Light, Adieu-Poetry
If wrecked upon the Shoal of ThoughtPoetry
If Nature smiles-the Mother mustPoetry
If my Bark sinkPoetry
If ever the lid gets off my headPoetry
If all the griefs I am to havePoetry
I'd rather recollect a settingPoetry
I worked for chaff and earning WheatPoetry
I watcher her face to see which wayPoetry
I was a Phoebe-nothing more-Poetry
I took one Draught of Life-Poetry
I thought the Train would never come-Poetry
I thought that nature was enoughPoetry
I think that the Root of the Wind is Water-Poetry
I suppose the time will comePoetry
I sued the News-yet feared-the NewsPoetry
I should not dare to be so sadPoetry
I shall not murmur if at lastPoetry
I send you a decrepit flowerPoetry
I see thee clearer for the GravePoetry
I saw the wind within herPoetry
I saw that the Flake was on itPoetry
I noticed People disappearedPoetry
I never saw a Moor-Poetry
I never hear that one is deadPoetry
I know Suspense-it steps so tersePoetry
I know of people in the GravePoetry
I knew that I had gainedPoetry
I heard, as if I had no EarPoetry
I have no Life but this-Poetry
I had a daily BlissPoetry
I groped for him before I knewPoetry
I fit for them-Poetry
I did not reach TheePoetry
I cannot want it more-Poetry
I cannot see my soul but know 'tis therePoetry
I cannot meet the Spring unmoved-Poetry
I bet with every Wind that blewPoetry
I am afraid to own a Body-Poetry
How still the Bells in Steeples standPoetry
How soft this Prison isPoetry
How soft a Caterpillar steps-Poetry
How ruthless are the gentle-Poetry
How News must feel when travellingPoetry
How much the present moment meansPoetry
How much of Source escapes with thee-Poetry
How many schemes may diePoetry
How lonesome the Wind must feel Nights-Poetry
How know it from a Summer's Day?Poetry
How Human Nature dotesPoetry
How happy is the little StonePoetry
How good his Lava BedPoetry
How fleet-how indiscreet an one-Poetry
How fits his Umber CoatPoetry
How firm Eternity must lookPoetry
How destitute is hePoetry
How dare the robins singPoetry
How brittle are the PiersPoetry
Hope is a subtle Glutton-Poetry
Hope is a strange invention-Poetry
His voice decrepit was with Joy-Poetry
His oriental heresiesPoetry
His mind of man, a secret makesPoetry
His Mind like Fabrics of the EastPoetry
His Mansion in the PoolPoetry
His little Hearse like FigurePoetry
His Heart was darker than the starless nightPoetry
His Cheek is his Biographer-Poetry
His Bill is clasped-his Eye forsook-Poetry
His Bill an Auger isPoetry
High from the earth I heard a birdPoetry
Here, where the Daisies fit my HeadPoetry
Her spirit rose to such a heightPoetry
Her sovereign PeoplePoetry
Her Losses make our Gains ashamed-Poetry
Her little Parasol to liftPoetry
Her face was in a bed of hairPoetry
"Heavenly Father"-take to theePoetry
He went by sleep that drowsy routePoetry
He was my host-he was my guestPoetry
He scanned it-staggered-Poetry
He preached upon "Breadth" till it argued him narrow-Poetry
He lived the Life of AmbushPoetry
He is alive, this morning-Poetry
He ate and drank the precious Words-Poetry
Had we our sensesPoetry
Had we known the Ton she borePoetry
Had this one Day not beenPoetry
Had I not seen the SunPoetry
Had I known that the first was the lastPoetry
Guest am I to havePoetry
Great Streets of silence led awayPoetry
God made no act without a causePoetry
God is indeed a jealous God-JPoetry
Go thy great way!Poetry
"Go tell it"-What a Message-Poetry
Go slow, my soul, to feed thyselfPoetry
Go not too near a House of Rose-Poetry
Glory is that bright tragic thingPoetry
Glass was the Street-in tinsel PerilPoetry
Gathered into the EarthPoetry
Further in Summer than the BirdsPoetry
From his slim Palace in the DustPoetry
From all the Jails the Boys and GirlsPoetry
Frigid and sweet Her parting Face-Poetry
Fortitude incarnatePoetry
Forever honored by the TreePoetry
Forbidden Fruit a flavor hasPoetry
Follow wise OrionPoetry
Floss won't save you from an AbyssPoetry
Few, yet enoughPoetry
Fate slew Him, but He did not drop-Poetry
Far from Love the Heavenly FatherPoetry
Fame is the one that does not stay-Poetry
Fame is a fickle foodPoetry
Fame is a beePoetry
Falsehood of Thee could I supposePoetry
"Faithful to the end" AmendedPoetry
Facts by our side are never suddenPoetry
Extol thee-could I? Then I willPoetry
Experiment to mePoetry
Experiment escorts us last-Poetry
Expanse cannot be lost-Poetry
Exhilaration is the BreezePoetry
Except the smaller sizePoetry
Estranged from Beauty-none can be-Poetry
Escape is such a thankful WordPoetry
Ended, ere it begun-Poetry
Endanger it, and the DemandPoetry
Elizabeth told EssexPoetry
Elijah's Wagon knew no thillPoetry
Eden is that old-fashioned HousePoetry
Each that we lose takes part of us;Poetry
Dying at my music!Poetry
Drowning is not so pitifulPoetry
Dreams are the subtle DowerPoetry
Down Time's quaint streamPoetry
Dominion lasts until obtained-Poetry
Distance-is not the Realm of FoxPoetry
Did We abolish FrostPoetry
Did life's penurious lengthPoetry
Dew-is the Freshet in the Grass-Poetry
Delight's Despair at settingPoetry
Declaiming Waters none may dread-Poetry
Death's Waylaying not the sharpestPoetry
Death warrants are supposed to bePoetry
Death is the supple SuitorPoetry
Death is like the insectPoetry
Dear March-Come in-Poetry
Crisis is sweet and yet the HeartPoetry
Count not that far that can be hadPoetry
Could that sweet Darkness where they dwellPoetry
Could mortal lip divinePoetry
Could Hope inspect her BasisPoetry
Cosmopolities without a pleaPoetry
Contained in this short LifePoetry
Consulting summer's clockPoetry
Confirming All who analyzePoetry
Conferring with myselfPoetry
Come show thy Durham BreastPoetry
Climbing to reach the costly HeartsPoetry
Circumference thou Bride of AwePoetry
Candor-my tepid friend-Poetry
By homely gift and hindered WordsPoetry
By a departing lightPoetry
Brother of Ingots-Ah Peru-Poetry
Blossoms will run awayPoetry
Bloom-is Result-to meet a FlowerPoetry
Bliss is the plaything of the child-Poetry
Birthday of but a single pangPoetry
Bind me-I still can sing-Poetry
Between the form of Life and LifePoetry
Betrothed to Righteousness might bePoetry
Best Witchcraft is GeometryPoetry
Belshazzar had a Letter-Poetry
Behold this little Bane-Poetry
Before you thought of SpringPoetry
Bees are Black, with Gilt Surcingles-Poetry
Bee! I'm expecting you!Poetry
Because 'twas Riches I could ownPoetry
Because that you are goingPoetry
Because my Brook is fluentPoetry
Because He loves HerPoetry
Beauty crowds me till I diePoetry
Back from the cordial Grave I drag theedPoetry
Aurora is the effortPoetry
At Half past Three, a single BirdPoetry
Ashes denote that Fire was-Poetry
As willing lid o'er weary eyePoetry
As we pass Houses musing slowPoetry
As Summer into Autumn slipsPoetry
As subtle as tomorrowPoetry
As old as Woe-Poetry
As imperceptibly as GriefPoetry
As from the earth the light BalloonPoetry
Art thou the thing I wanted?Poetry
Arrows enamored of his Heart-Poetry
Are Friends Delight or Pain?Poetry
Apparently with no surprisePoetry
An honest TearPoetry
An Antiquated TreePoetry
An antiquated GracePoetry
Alone and in a CircumstancePoetry
All that I doPoetry
All men for Honor hardest workPoetry
Air has no Residence, no NeighborPoetry
After the Sun comes outPoetry
After all Birds have been investigated and laid aside-Poetry
Advance is Life's conditionPoetry
Abraham to kill him-Poetry
Above Oblivion's Tide there is a PierPoetry
A World made penniless by that departurePoetry
A Word made Flesh is seldomPoetry
A word is deadPoetry
A Word dropped careless on a PagePoetry
A winged spark doth soar about-Poetry
A Wind that rosePoetry
A wild Blue sky abreast of WindsPoetry
A train went through a burial gatePoetry
A stagnant pleasure like a PoolPoetry
A Spider sewed at NightPoetry
A Sparrow took a Slice of TwigPoetry
A soft Sea washed around the HousePoetry
A Sloop of Amber slips awayPoetry
A single Clover PlankPoetry
A Sickness of this World it most occasionsPoetry
A Saucer holds a CupPoetry
A Route of EvanescencePoetry
A Rat surrendered herePoetry
A prompt-executive Bird is the Jay-Poetry
A Pit-but Heaven over it-Poetry
A Pang is more conspicuous in SpringPoetry
A Mine there is no Man would ownPoetry
A little Snow was here and therePoetry
A little overflowing wordPoetry
A little Madness in the SpringPoetry
A little Dog that wags his tailPoetry
A lane of Yellow led the eyePoetry
A great Hope fellPoetry
A full fed Rose on meals of TintPoetry
A Flower will not trouble her, it has so small a FootPoetry
A Field of Stubble, lying serePoetry
A faded Boy-in sallow ClothesPoetry
A face devoid of love or gracePoetry
A Drunkard cannot meet a CorkPoetry
A Diamond on the HandPoetry
A Dew sufficed itself-Poetry
A Deed knocks first at ThoughtPoetry
A curious Cloud surprised the SkyPoetry
A Counterfeit-a Plated Person-Poetry
A chilly Peace infests the GrassPoetry
A Cap of Lead across the skyPoetry
A Bee his burnished CarriagePoetry
Who occupies this House?Poetry
When the Astronomer stops seekingPoetry
When One has given up One's lifePoetry
When I have seen the Sun emergePoetry
What shall I do when the Summer troublesPoetry
What I see not, I better seePoetry
What did They do since I saw Them?Poetry
Wert Thou but ill-that I might show theePoetry
We'll pass without the partingPoetry
We outgrow love, like other thingsPoetry
We miss Her, not because We seePoetry
We met as Sparks-Diverging FlintsPoetry
We can but follow to the SunPoetry
"Unto Me?" I do not know youPoetry
Unfulfilled to ObservationPoetry
Under the Light, yet underPoetry
Uncertain lease-develops lustrePoetry
Unable are the Loved to diePoetry
Two Travellers perishing in SnowPoetry
Twice had Summer her fair VerdurePoetry
'Twas Crisis-All the length had passedPoetry
'Twas awkward, but it fitted mePoetry
Truth-is as old as GodPoetry
Too little way the House must liePoetry
To this World she returnedPoetry
To own the Art within the SoulPoetry
To my quick ear the Leaves-conferredPoetry
'Tis Sunrise-Little Maid-Hast ThouPoetry
'Tis Anguish grander than DelightPoetry
Till Death-is narrow LovingPoetry
Those who have been in the Grave the longestPoetry
This was in the White of the YearPoetry
This quiet Dust was Gentleman and LadiesPoetry
This Merit hath the worstPoetry
This is a Blossom of the BrainPoetry
This Dust, and its FeaturePoetry
This Consciousness that is awarePoetry
This Chasm, Sweet, upon my lifePoetry
They won't frown always-some sweet DayPoetry
They ask but our DelightPoetry
These tested Our HorizonPoetry
There is a June when Corn is cutPoetry
There is a finished feelingPoetry
The Wind begun to knead the GrassPoetry
The Veins of other FlowersPoetry
The Sunset stopped on CottagesPoetry
The Sun is gay or starkPoetry
The Sun and Moon must make their hastePoetry
The Soul's distinct connectionPoetry
The Robin is the OnePoetry
The Robin for the CrumbPoetry
The Poets light but LampsPoetry
The Only News I knowPoetry
The Mountain sat upon the PlainPoetry
The Missing All-prevented MePoetry
The Luxury to apprehendPoetry
The Leaves like Women interchangePoetry
The Lady feeds Her little BirdPoetry
The Hollows round His eager EyesPoetry
The Heart has narrow BanksPoetry
The good Will of a FlowerPoetry
The first Day that I was a LifePoetry
The Fingers of the LightPoetry
The Dust behind I strove to joinPoetry
The Definition of Beauty isPoetry
The Chemical convictionPoetry
The Bird must sing to earn the CrumbPoetry
The Admirations-and Contempts-of timePoetry
That is solemn we have endedPoetry
That Distance was between UsPoetry
Sweet, to have had them lostPoetry
Superfluous were the SunPoetry
Struck, was I, not yet by LightningPoetry
Spring is the PeriodPoetry
Soto! Explore thyself!Poetry
Snow beneath whose chilly softnessPoetry
She sped as Petals of a RosePoetry
Robbed by Death-but that was easyPoetry
Ribbons of the YearPoetry
Purple-is fashionable twicePoetry
Perhaps you think me stoopingPoetry
Peace is a fiction of our FaithPoetry
Patience-has a quiet OuterPoetry
Pain-expands the TimePoetry
Our little Kinsmen-after RainPoetry
Only a Shrine, but MinePoetry
One Day is there of the SeriesPoetry
On that dear Frame the Years had wornPoetry
Of Tolling Bell I ask the cause?Poetry
Of Silken Speech and Specious ShoePoetry
Of Consciousness, her awful MatePoetry
Not that We did, shall be the testPoetry
Not all die early, dying youngPoetry
Noon-is the Hinge of DayPoetry
No Other can reducePoetry
Nature and God-I neither knewPoetry
My best Acquaintances are thosePoetry
Midsummer, was it, when They diedPoetry
Love reckons by itself-alonePoetry
Love-is that later Thing than DeathPoetry
Love-is anterior to LifePoetry
Light is sufficient to itselfPoetry
Just as He spoke it from his HandsPoetry
I've none to tell me to but TheePoetry
It was a Grave, yet bore no StonePoetry
It is an honorable ThoughtPoetry
It bloomed and dropt, a Single NoonPoetry
Impossibility, like WinePoetry
If I can stop one Heart from breakingPoetry
Ideals are the Fairly OilPoetry
I sing to use the WaitingPoetry
I make His Crescent fill or lackPoetry
I made slow Riches but my GainPoetry
I learned-at least-what Home could bePoetry
I hide myself within my flowerPoetry
I could not drink it, SweetPoetry
I cannot buy it-'tis not soldPoetry
I cannot be ashamedPoetry
How well I knew Her notPoetry
How the Waters closed above HimPoetry
How happy I was if I could forgetPoetry
How fortunate the GravePoetry
How far is it to Heaven?Poetry
His Feet are shod with GauzePoetry
Herein a Blossom liesPoetry
Her Grace is all she has-Poetry
He who in Himself believesPoetry
He outstripped Time with but a BoutPoetry
Had I not This, or This, I saidPoetry
Gratitude-is not the mentionPoetry
Good to hide, and hear 'em hunt!Poetry
Given in Marriage unto TheePoetry
From Us She wandered now a YearPoetry
Fitter to see Him, I may bePoetry
Finite-to fail, but infinite to VenturePoetry
Finding is the first ActPoetry
Fame is the tine that Scholars leavePoetry
Faith-is the Pierless BridgePoetry
Fairer through Fading-as the DayPoetry
Experience is the Angled RoadPoetry
Escaping backward to perceivePoetry
Each Second is the lastPoetry
Each Scar I'll keep for HimPoetry
Dying! To be afraid of theePoetry
Drab Habitation of Whom?Poetry
Denial-is the only factPoetry
Death leaves Us homesick, who behindPoetry
Death is a Dialogue betweenPoetry
Crumbling is not an instant's ActPoetry
Crisis is a HairPoetry
Between My Country-and the OthersPoetry
Best Things dwell out of SightPoetry
Besides this MayPoetry
Before He comes we weigh the Time!Poetry
Because the Bee may blameless humPoetry
Banish Air from Air-Poetry
Away from Home are some and I-Poetry
As the Starved Maelstrom laps the NaviesPoetry
As Sleigh Bells seem in summerPoetry
As plan for Noon and plan for NightPoetry
As One does Sickness overPoetry
As Frost is best conceivedPoetry
As Everywhere of SilverPoetry
Apology for HerPoetry
And this of all my HopesPoetry
Ample make this BedPoetry
Always Mine!Poetry
All I may, if smallPoetry
All forgot for recollectingPoetry
All Circumstances are the FramePoetry
Absent Place-an April DayPoetry
Absence disembodies-so does DeathPoetry
A Shade upon the mind there passesPoetry
A nearness to TremendousnessPoetry
A Moth the hue of thisPoetry
A Man may make a RemarkPoetry
A loss of something ever felt IPoetry
A doubt if it be UsPoetry
A Death blow is a Life blow to SomePoetry
A Coffin-is a small DomainPoetry
A Cloud withdrew from the SkyPoetry
You've seen Balloons set-Haven't You?Poetry
You'll know Her-by Her FootPoetry
You taught me Waiting with MyselfPoetry
You said that I "was Great"-one DayPoetry
You left me-Sire-two LegaciesPoetry
You constituted TimePoetry
Would you like summer? Taste of oursPoetry
Wolfe demanded during dyingPoetry
Without this-there is noughtPoetry
Whole Gulfs-of Red, and Fleets-of RedPoetry
Who Giants know, with lesser MenPoetry
Who Court obtain within HimselfPoetry
Where Thou art-that-is HomePoetry
When I hoped, I recollectPoetry
When Bells stop ringing-Church-beginsPoetry
We thirst at first-'tis Nature's ActPoetry
Victory comes latePoetry
Upon Concluded LivesPoetry
'Twould ease-a ButterflyPoetry
Two-were immortal twicePoetry
To wait an Hour-is longPoetry
To offer brave assistancePoetry
To my small Hearth His fire camePoetry
To be alive-is PowerPoetry
'Tis good-the looking back on GriefPoetry
Time feels so vast that were it notPoetry
Through the strait pass of sufferingPoetry
This that would greet-an hour agoPoetry
This Bauble was preferred of BeesPoetry
They say that "Time assuages"Poetry
They have a little Odor-that to mePoetry
These-saw VisionsPoetry
There is an arid PleasurePoetry
Their Height in Heaven comforts notPoetry
The Zeroes-taught us-PhosphorousPoetry
The World-feels DustyPoetry
The Whole of it came not at oncePoetry
The Way I read a Letter's-thisPoetry
The Truth-is stirlessPoetry
The Sunrise runs for BothPoetry
The Sun kept setting-setting-stillPoetry
The Spirit is the Conscious EarPoetry
The Soul unto itselfPoetry
The Soul that hath a GuestPoetry
The Service without HopePoetry
The name-of it-is "Autumn"Poetry
The Mountains-grow unnoticedPoetry
The Moon was but a Chin of GoldPoetry
The Love a Life can show BelowPoetry
The Loneliness One dare not soundPoetry
The Judge is like the OwlPoetry
The Heaven vests for EachPoetry
The hallowing of PainPoetry
The Grace-Myself-might not obtainPoetry
The Future-never spokePoetry
The Day undressed-HerselfPoetry
The Color of a Queen, is thisPoetry
The Child's faith is newPoetry
The Birds reported from the SouthPoetry
The Birds begun at Four o'clockPoetry
The Beggar Lad-dies earlyPoetry
That first Day, when you praised Me, SweetPoetry
Sweet Mountains-Ye tell Me no liePoetry
Suspense-is Hostiler than DeathPoetry
Such is the Force of HappinessPoetry
Strong Draughts of Their Refreshing MindsPoetry
Soil of Flint, if steady tilledPoetry
So the Eyes accost-and sunderPoetry
So set its Sun in TheePoetry
So much SummerPoetry
Size circumscribes-it has no roomPoetry
Shells from the Coast mistakingPoetry
She staked her Feathers-Gained an ArcPoetry
She rose to His RequirementPoetry
She dwelleth in the GroundPoetry
Severer Service of myselfPoetry
Rest at NightPoetry
Promise This-When You be DyingPoetry
Presentiment-is that long Shadow-on the LawnPoetry
Precious to Me-She still shall bePoetry
Pain-has an Element of BlankPoetry
Out of sight? What of that?Poetry
Ourselves were wed one summer-dearPoetry
One need not be a Chamber-to be HauntedPoetry
One Blessing had I than the restPoetry
One and One-are OnePoetry
Of Being is a BirdPoetry
None can experience stingPoetry
No Romance sold untoPoetry
No Notice gave She, but a ChangePoetry
No matter-now-SweetPoetry
No Bobolink-reverse His SingingPoetry
Never for SocietyPoetry
Nature-the Gentlest Mother isPoetry
"Nature" is what we seePoetry
My Worthiness is all my DoubtPoetry
My Soul-accused me-And I quailedPoetry
My Portion is Defeat-todayPoetry
My Faith is larger than the HillsPoetry
Most she touched me by her mutenessPoetry
Me from Myself-to banishPoetry
Life-is what we make of itPoetry
Life, and Death, and GiantsPoetry
Let Us play YesterdayPoetry
Least Bee that brewPoetry
Joy to have merited the PainPoetry
It's easy to invent a LifePoetry
It tossed-and tossedPoetry
It is a lonesome GleePoetry
It dropped so low-in my RegardPoetry
I'll send the feather from my Hat!Poetry
If He were living-dare I askPoetry
If Blame be my side-forfeit MePoetry
"I want"-it pleaded-All its lifePoetry
I think to Live-may be a BlissPoetry
I sometimes drop it, for a QuickPoetry
I play at Riches-to appeasePoetry
I meant to find Her when I camePoetry
I many times thought Peace had comePoetry
I lived on DreadPoetry
I could suffice for Him, I knewPoetry
I could bring You Jewels-had I a mind toPoetry
Her Sweet turn to leave the HomesteadPoetry
Her final Summer was itPoetry
He told a homely talePoetry
He fought like those Who've nought to losePoetry
Have any like MyselfPoetry
Growth of Man-like Growth of NaturePoetry
Grief is a MousePoetry
God gave a Loaf to every BirdPoetry
From Blank to BlankPoetry
Four Trees-upon a solitary AcrePoetry
Fame of Myself, to justifyPoetry
Expectation-is ContentmentPoetry
Essential Oils-are wrungPoetry
Embarrassment of one anotherPoetry
Dropped into the Ether AcrePoetry
Drama's Vitallest Expression is the Common DayPoetry
Despair's advantage is achievedPoetry
Deprived of other BanquetPoetry
Could I but ride indefinitePoetry
Conscious am I in my ChamberPoetry
By my Window have I for SceneryPoetry
Bloom upon the Mountain-statedPoetry
Bereavement in their death to feelPoetry
Bereaved of all, I went abroadPoetry
Behind Me-dips EternityPoetry
Autumn-overlooked my KnittingPoetry
As if the Sea should partPoetry
Alter! When the Hills doPoetry
All but Death, can be AdjustedPoetry
Ah, Teneriffe!Poetry
A Thought went up my mind todayPoetry
A South Wind-has a pathosPoetry
A Prison gets to be a friendPoetry
A Planted Life-diversifiedPoetry
A long-long Sleep-A famous-SleepPoetry
A little Road-not made of ManPoetry
A first Mute ComingPoetry
You'll find-it when you try to diePoetry
When I was small, a Woman diedPoetry
What care the Dead, for ChanticleerPoetry
We talked as Girls doPoetry
We learned the Whole of LovePoetry
Unto my Books-so good to turnPoetry
'Twas a long Parting-but the timePoetry
Trust in the UnexpectedPoetry
To know just how He suffered-would be dearPoetry
To interrupt His Yellow PlanPoetry
To fill a GapPoetry
'Tis One by One-the Father countsPoetry
Three times-we parted-Breath-and IPoetry
They called me to the Window, forPoetry
There is a Shame of NoblenessPoetry
There is a pain-so utterPoetry
The Trees like Tassels-hit-and swungPoetry
The Tint I cannot take-is bestPoetry
The Test of Love-is DeathPoetry
The Night was wide, and furnished scantPoetry
The Martyr Poets-did not tellPoetry
The Lightning playeth-all the whilePoetry
The Brain, within its GroovePoetry
The Body grows withoutPoetry
The Black Berry-wears a Thorn in his sidePoetry
The Battle fought between the SoulPoetry
That I did always lovePoetry
She hideth Her the lastPoetry
Our journey had advancedPoetry
Only God-detect the SorrowPoetry
One Crucifixion is recorded-onlyPoetry
One Anguish-in a CrowdPoetry
Of nearness to her sundered ThingsPoetry
Of Brussels-it was notPoetry
My period had come for PrayerPoetry
My first well Day-since many illPoetry
Must be a WoePoetry
Like Mighty Foot Lights-burned the RedPoetry
I've seen a Dying EyePoetry
It would have starved a GnatPoetry
It was too late for ManPoetry
It troubled me as once I wasPoetry
It makes no difference abroadPoetry
It knew no MedicinePoetry
It knew no lapse, nor DiminuationPoetry
It ceased to hurt me, though so slowPoetry
It always felt to me-a wrongPoetry
Inconceivably solemn!Poetry
In falling Timbers buriedPoetry
If I may have it, when it's deadPoetry
I Years had been from HomePoetry
I watched the Moon around the HousePoetry
I think I was enchantedPoetry
I see thee better-in the DarkPoetry
I rose-because He sankPoetry
I prayed, at first, a little GirlPoetry
I had no Cause to be awakePoetry
I had been hungry, all the YearsPoetry
I gave myself to HimPoetry
I found the words to every thoughtPoetry
I fear a Man of frugal SpeechPoetry
I cross till I am wearyPoetry
I cried at Pity-not at PainPoetry
I could not prove the Years had feetPoetry
I could die-to knowPoetry
I asked no other thingPoetry
"Heaven" has different Signs-to mePoetry
He gave away his LifePoetry
He found my Being-set it upPoetry
Glee-The great storm is overPoetry
Forever-it composed of NowsPoetry
Empty my Heart, of TheePoetry
Don't put up my Thread and NeedlePoetry
Did you ever stand in a Cavern's MouthPoetry
Delight-becomes pictorialPoetry
Death is potential to that ManPoetry
Conjecturing a ClimatePoetry
But little Carmine hath her facePoetry
At leisure is the SoulPoetry
An ignorance a SunsetPoetry
Afraid! Of whom am I afraid?Poetry
A Toad, can die of LightPoetry
A still-Volcano-LifePoetry
A Dying Tiger-moaned for DrinkPoetry
You're right-"the way is narrow"Poetry
Your Riches-taught me-PovertyPoetry
You'll know it-as you know 'tis NoonPoetry
You love the Lord-you cannot seePoetry
You know that Portrait in the MoonPoetry
You see I cannot see-your lifetimePoetry
You cannot put a Fire outPoetry
Within my reach!Poetry
Within my Garden, rides a BirdPoetry
With thee, in the DesertPoetry
Will there really be a "Morning"?Poetry
Why make it doubt-it hurts it soPoetry
Why-do they shut Me out of Heaven?Poetry
"Why do I love" You, Sir?Poetry
Whose cheek is this?Poetry
Whose are the little beds, I askedPoetry
Who never lost, are unpreparedPoetry
While it is alivePoetry
While Asters-Poetry
Where Ships of Purple-gently tossPoetry
Where I have lost, I softer treadPoetry
Where bells no more affright the mornPoetry
When we stand on the tops of ThingsPoetry
When Night is almost donePoetry
When Katie walks, this simple pair accompany her sidePoetry
When Diamonds are a LegendPoetry
What Soft-Cherubic CreaturesPoetry
What shall I do-it whimpers soPoetry
What is-"Paradise"Poetry
What Inn is thisPoetry
What if I say I shall not wait!Poetry
What I can do-I willPoetry
Went up a year this evening!Poetry
We should not mind so small a flowerPoetry
We see-ComparativelyPoetry
We pray-to HeavenPoetry
We play at PastePoetry
We dream-it is good we are dreamingPoetry
We don't cry-Tim and IPoetry
We do not play on GravesPoetry
We Cover Thee-Sweet FacePoetry
Water, is taught by thirstPoetry
Wait till the Majesty of DeathPoetry
Unto like Story-Trouble has enticed mePoetry
Unit, like Death, for Whom?Poetry
Undue Significance a starving man attachesPoetry
Two swimmers wrestled on the sparPoetry
'Twas warm-at first-like UsPoetry
'Twas the old-road-through painPoetry
Twas such a little-little boatPoetry
'Twas Love-not mePoetry
'Twas like a Maelstrom, with a notchPoetry
'Twas just this time, last year, I diedPoetry
Triumph-may be of several kindsPoetry
To put this World down, like a BundlePoetry
To One denied the drinkPoetry
To make One's Toilette-after DeathPoetry
To love thee Year by YearPoetry
To lose one's faith-surpassPoetry
To learn the Transport by the PainPoetry
To hear an Oriole singPoetry
To hang our head-ostensiblyPoetry
To die-takes just a little whilePoetry
'Tis true-They shut me in the ColdPoetry
'Tis so much joy! 'Tis so much joy!Poetry
'Tis so appalling-it exhilaratesPoetry
'Tis Opposites-enticePoetry
'Tis not that Dying hurts us soPoetry
'Tis little I-could care for PearlsPoetry
'Tis customary as we partPoetry
Tie the Strings to my Life, My LordPoetry
Through the Dark Sod-as EducationPoetry
Those fair-fictitious PeoplePoetry
Tho' my destiny be FustianPoetry
Tho' I get home how late-how latePoetry
This World is not ConclusionPoetry
This was a Poet-It is ThatPoetry
This-is the land-the Sunset washesPoetry
This heart that broke so longPoetry
They put Us far apartPoetry
They leave us with the InfinitePoetry
"They have not chosen me," he saidPoetry
These are the days when Birds come backPoetry
There's been a Death, in the Opposite HousePoetry
There is a Languor of the LifePoetry
There is a flower that Bees preferPoetry
There came a Day at Summer's fullPoetry
There are two Ripenings-one-of sightPoetry
The World-stands-solemner-to mePoetry
The Winters are so shortPoetry
The Wind-tapped like a tired ManPoetry
The Wind didn't come from the Orchard-todayPoetry
The sweetest Heresy receivedPoetry
The Sun kept stooping-stoopingPoetry
The Soul's Superior instantsPoetry
The Soul has Bandaged momentsPoetry
The Skies can't keep their secret!Poetry
The Rose did caper on her cheekPoetry
The Robin's my Criterion for TunePoetry
The Red-Blaze-is the MorningPoetry
The rainbow never tells mePoetry
The Province of the SavedPoetry
The power to be true to YouPoetry
The Outer-from the InnerPoetry
The One who could repeat the Summer dayPoetry
The Murmur of a BeePoetry
The Morning after WoePoetry
The Moon is distant from the SeaPoetry
The Months have ends-the Years-a knotPoetry
The Manner of its DeathPoetry
The Malay-took the PearlPoetry
The lonesome for they know not WhatPoetry
The Lamp burns sure-withinPoetry
The Himmaleh was known to stoopPoetry
The Grass so little has to doPoetry
The Flower must not blame the BeePoetry
The first Day's Night had comePoetry
The face I carry with me-lastPoetry
The Drop, that wrestles in the SeaPoetry
The Doomed-regard the SunrisePoetry
The difference between DespairPoetry
The Day that I was crownedPoetry
The Day came slow-till Five o'clockPoetry
The Daisy follows soft the SunPoetry
The Court is far awayPoetry
The Color of the Grave is GreenPoetry
The Bee is not afraid of mePoetry
The Angle of a LandscapePoetry
That after Horror-that 'twas usPoetry
Teach Him-When He makes the namesPoetry
Talk with prudence to a BeggarPoetry
Taking up the fair IdealPoetry
Take your Heaven further onPoetry
Sweet-You forgot-but I rememberedPoetry
Sweet-safe-HousesPoetry
Surgeons must be very carefulPoetry
Sunset at Night-is naturalPoetry
South Winds jostle themPoetry
Soul, Wilt thou toss again?Poetry
Some-Work for ImmortalityPoetry
Some, too fragile for winter windsPoetry
Some things that fly there bePoetry
Some such Butterfly be seenPoetry
Some Rainbow-coming from the Fair!Poetry
So well that I can live withoutPoetry
So glad we are-a Stranger'd deemPoetry
So from the mouldPoetry
So bashful when I spied her!Poetry
Smiling back from CoronationPoetry
Should you but fail at-SeaPoetry
She's happy, with a new ContentPoetry
She went as quiet as the DewPoetry
She sweeps with many-colored BroomsPoetry
She sights a Bird-she chucklesPoetry
She lay as if at playPoetry
She died-this was the way she diedPoetry
She died at playPoetry
She dealt her pretty words like BladesPoetry
She bore it till the simple veinsPoetry
Sexton! My Master's sleeping herePoetry
Reverse cannot befallPoetry
Removed from Accident of LossPoetry
Rehearsal to OurselvesPoetry
Read-Sweet-how others-strovePoetry
Put up my lute!Poetry
Prayer is the little implementPoetry
Portraits are to daily facesPoetry
Poor little Heart!Poetry
Pigmy seraphs-gone astrayPoetry
Papa above!Poetry
Over the fencePoetry
Over and over, like a TunePoetry
Our share of night to bearPoetry
One Year ago-jots what?Poetry
One dignity delays for allPoetry
On this long storm the Rainbow rosePoetry
On such a night, or such a nightPoetry
Of Tribulation, these are TheyPoetry
Of Course-I prayedPoetry
Of Bronze-and BlazePoetry
Of all the Sounds despatched abroadPoetry
Not probable-The barest ChancePoetry
No Rack can torture mePoetry
No Man can compass a DespairPoetry
No Crowd that has occurredPoetry
New feet within my garden goPoetry
Nature-sometimes sears a SaplingPoetry
Myself was formed-a CarpenterPoetry
My River runs to theePoetry
My Reward for Being, was ThisPoetry
My nosegays are for CaptivesPoetry
My Garden-like the BeachPoetry
My friend must be a BirdPoetry
My friend attacks my friend!Poetry
My Eye is fuller than my vasePoetry
Mute thy CoronationPoetry
Musicians wrestle everywherePoetry
"Morning"-means "Milking"-to the FarmerPoetry
Morning-is the place for DewPoetry
More Life-went out-when He wentPoetry
Me prove it now-Whoever doubtPoetry
Me-come! My dazzled facePoetry
Me, change! Me, alter!Poetry
Many cross the RhinePoetry
Many a phrase has the English languagePoetry
Mama never forgets her birdsPoetry
Make me a picture of the sunPoetry
Low at my problem bendingPoetry
Love-thou art highPoetry
Like Some Old fashioned MiraclePoetry
Like her the Saints retirePoetry
Like Flowers, that heard the news of DewsPoetry
Like eyes that looked on WastesPoetry
Knows how to forget!Poetry
Kill your Balm-and its Odors bless youPoetry
Just so-Jesus-rapsPoetry
Just lost, when I was saved!Poetry
Jesus! thy CrucifixPoetry
I've nothing else-to bring, You knowPoetry
I've known a Heaven, like a TentPoetry
I've heard an Organ talk, sometimesPoetry
It's thoughts-and just One HeartPoetry
It's such a little thing to weepPoetry
It's like the LightPoetry
It's coming-the postponeless CreaturePoetry
It would never be Common-more-I saidPoetry
It will be Summer-eventuallyPoetry
It was not Death, for I stood upPoetry
It was given to me by the GodsPoetry
It struck me-every DayPoetry
It sifts from Leaden SievesPoetry
It might be lonelierPoetry
It is easy to work when the soul is at playPoetry
It feels a shame to be AlivePoetry
It don't sound so terrible-quite-as it didPoetry
It can't be "Summer"!Poetry
Is it true, dear Sue?Poetry
Is it dead-Find itPoetry
Is Bliss then, such AbyssPoetry
In rags mysterious as thesePoetry
In lands I never saw-they sayPoetry
In Ebon Box, when years have flownPoetry
I'm "wife"-I've finished thatPoetry
I'm the little "Heart's Ease"Poetry
I'm sorry for the Dead-TodayPoetry
I'm saying every dayPoetry
I'm ceded-I've stopped being TheirsPoetry
I'll tell you how the Sun rosePoetry
I'll clutch-and clutchPoetry
If your Nerve, deny youPoetry
If you were coming in the FallPoetry
If What we could-were what we wouldPoetry
If this is "fading"Poetry
If pain for peace preparesPoetry
If I'm lost-nowPoetry
If I shouldn't be alivePoetry
If I could bribe them by a RosePoetry
If anybody's friend be deadPoetry
If any sink, assure that this, now standingPoetry
I went to thank HerPoetry
I went to HeavenPoetry
I tried to think a lonelier ThingPoetry
I took my Power in my HandPoetry
I tie my Hat-I crease my ShawlPoetry
I think the Hemlock likes to standPoetry
I tend my flowers for theePoetry
I started Early-Took my DogPoetry
I showed her Heights she never sawPoetry
I should not dare to leave my friendPoetry
I should have been too glad, I seePoetry
I shall keep singing!Poetry
I send Two SunsetsPoetry
I saw no Way-The Heavens were stitchedPoetry
I read my sentence-steadilyPoetry
I pay-in Satin CashPoetry
I never felt at Home-BelowPoetry
I met a King this afternoon!Poetry
I meant to have but modest needsPoetry
I lost a World - the other day!Poetry
I live with Him-I see His facePoetry
I know where Wells grow-Droughtless WellsPoetry
I know that He existsPoetry
I know some lonely Houses off the RoadPoetry
I know lives, I could missPoetry
I held a Jewel in my fingersPoetry
I have never seen "Volcanoes"Poetry
I have a King, who does not speakPoetry
I had the Glory-that will doPoetry
I had some things that I called minePoetry
I had not minded-WallsPoetry
I had no time to HatePoetry
I got so I could take his namePoetry
I gained it soPoetry
I felt my life with both my handsPoetry
I envy Seas, whereon He ridesPoetry
I dreaded that first Robin, soPoetry
I cautious, scanned my little lifePoetry
I can't tell you-but you feel itPoetry
I cannot dance upon my ToesPoetry
I can wade GriefPoetry
I Came to buy a smile-todayPoetry
I bring an unaccustomed winePoetry
I breathed enough to take the TrickPoetry
I am ashamed-I hidePoetry
I am alive-I guessPoetry
How the old Mountains drip with SunsetPoetry
How sick-to wait-in any place-but thinePoetry
How noteless Men, and Pleiads, standPoetry
How many times these low feet staggeredPoetry
How many Flowers fail in WoodPoetry
"Houses"-so the Wise Men tell mePoetry
Her sweet Weight on my Heart a NightPoetry
Her smile was shaped like other smilesPoetry
Her-"last Poems"Poetry
Her breast is fit for pearlsPoetry
"Heaven"-is what I cannot reach!Poetry
Heaven is so far of the MindPoetry
Heart, not so heavy as minePoetry
He was weak, and I was strong-thenPoetry
He touched me, so I live to knowPoetry
He strained my faithPoetry
He put the Belt around my lifePoetry
He parts Himself-like LeavesPoetry
He fumbles at your SoulPoetry
He forgot-and I-rememberedPoetry
Have you got a Brook in your little heartPoetry
Had I presumed to hopePoetry
Great Caesar! CondescendPoetry
Good night, because we mustPoetry
Good Morning-MidnightPoetry
Going to Him! Happy letter!Poetry
Going to Heaven!Poetry
God permits industrious AngelsPoetry
God made a little GentianPoetry
God is a distant-stately LoverPoetry
Glowing is her BonnetPoetry
Give little AnguishPoetry
Funny-to be a CenturyPoetry
From Cocoon forth a ButterflyPoetry
Forget! The lady with the AmuletPoetry
Forever at His side to walkPoetry
For this-accepted BreathPoetry
For largest Woman's Hearth I knewPoetry
For every Bird a NestPoetry
For Death-or ratherPoetry
Flowers-Well-if anybodyPoetry
Exultation is the goingPoetry
Exhilaration-is withinPoetry
Except to Heaven, she is noughtPoetry
Except the Heaven had come so nearPoetry
Endow the Living-with the TearsPoetry
Dying! Dying in the night!Poetry
Dust is the only SecretPoetry
Dreams-are well-but Waking's betterPoetry
Doubt Me! My Dim Companion!Poetry
Doom is the House without the DoorPoetry
Do People moulder equallyPoetry
Did we disobey Him?Poetry
Did Our Best Moment lastPoetry
Departed-to the JudgmentPoetry
Delight is as the flightPoetry
Delayed till she had ceased to knowPoetry
Death sets a Thing significantPoetry
Dare you see a Soul at the White Heat?Poetry
Could-I do more-for TheePoetry
Come slowly-Eden!Poetry
Cocoon above! Cocoon below!Poetry
Civilization-spurns-the Leopard!Poetry
By a flower-By a letterPoetry
Bring me the sunset in a cupPoetry
Bound-a troublePoetry
Bless God, he went as soldiersPoetry
Blazing in Gold and quenching in PurplePoetry
Better-than Music! For I-who heard itPoetry
Besides the Autumn poets singPoetry
Before I got my eye put outPoetry
Beauty-be not caused-It IsPoetry
At least-to pray-is left-is leftPoetry
At last, to be identified!Poetry
As Watchers hang upon the EastPoetry
As if some little Arctic flowerPoetry
As if I asked a common AlmsPoetry
As far from pity, as complaintPoetry
As Children bid the Guest "Good Night"Poetry
As by the dead we love to sitPoetry
Artists wrestled here!Poetry
"Arcturus" is his other namePoetry
Answer JulyPoetry
Angels, in the early morningPoetry
An awful Tempest mashed the airPoetry
An altered look about the hillsPoetry
Ambition cannot find himPoetry
Although I put away his lifePoetry
Alone, I cannot bePoetry
All the letters I can writePoetry
All overgrown by cunning mossPoetry
Ah, Necromancy Sweet!Poetry
Ah, Moon-and Star!Poetry
A Wife-at daybreak I shall bePoetry
A Weight with Needles on the poundsPoetry
A Visitor in MarlPoetry
A transport one cannot containPoetry
A Tooth upon Our PeacePoetry
A Tongue-to tell Him I am true!Poetry
A throe upon the featuresPoetry
A something in a summer's DayPoetry
A Solemn thing within the SoulPoetry
A solemn thing-it was-I saidPoetry
A slash of BluePoetry
A single Screw of FleshPoetry
A shady friend-for Torrid daysPoetry
A Secret toldPoetry
A science-so the Savants sayPoetry
A precious-mouldering pleasurePoetry
A poor-torn heart-a tattered heartPoetry
A Night-there lay the Days betweenPoetry
A Murmur in the Trees-to notePoetry
A Mien to move a QueenPoetry
A little East of JordanPoetry
A little bread-a crust-a crumbPoetry
A Lady red-amid the HillPoetry
A House upon the HeightPoetry
A happy lip-breaks suddenPoetry
A fuzzy fellow, without feetPoetry
A feather from the WhippoorwillPoetry
A darting fear-a pomp-a tearPoetry
A Charm invests a facePoetry
Whether my bark went down at seaPoetry
When Roses cease to bloom, SirPoetry
When I count the seedsPoetry
To venerate the simple daysPoetry
Through lane it lay-through bramblePoetry
There's something quieter than sleepPoetry
There is another skyPoetry
There is a wordPoetry
There is a morn by men unseenPoetry
The morns are meeker than they werePoetry
The Guest is gold and crimsonPoetry
The Gentian weaves her fringesPoetry
The feet of people walking homePoetry
Summer for thee, grant I may bePoetry
So has a Daisy vanishedPoetry
Snow flakesPoetry
Sleep is supposed to bePoetry
Sic transit gloria mundiPoetry
She slept beneath a treePoetry
One Sister have I in our housePoetry
Once more, my now bewildered DovePoetry
On this wondrous seaPoetry
Nobody knows this little RosePoetry
My wheel is in the darkPoetry
Morns like these-we partedPoetry
It's all I have to bring todayPoetry
It did not surprise mePoetry
If those I loved were lostPoetry
If she had been the MistletoePoetry
If recollecting were forgettingPoetry
If I should diePoetry
I would distil a cupPoetry
I robbed the WoodsPoetry
I often passed the villagePoetry
I never told the buried goldPoetry
I keep my pledgePoetry
I haven't told my garden yetPoetry
I have a Bird in springPoetry
I had a guinea goldenPoetry
Heart! We will forget him!Poetry
Garland for Queens, may bePoetry
Frequently the wood are pinkPoetry
Distrustful of the GentianPoetry
By such and such an offeringPoetry
By Chivalries as tinyPoetry
Before the ice is in the poolsPoetry
Baffled for just a day or twoPoetry
Awake ye muses nine, sing me a strain divinePoetry
All these my banners bePoetry
A sepal, petal, and a thornPoetry
A Day! Help! Help! Another Day!Poetry
The Spider holds a Silver BallPoetry
Perhaps I asked too largePoetry
I was the slightest in the HousePoetry
I shall know why-when Time is overPoetry
I reason, Earth is shortPoetry
Color-Caste-DenominationPoetry
Wild Nights-Wild Nights!Poetry
This is my letter to the WorldPoetry
They shut me up in ProsePoetry
There's a certain Slant of lightPoetry
The Soul selects her own SocietyPoetry
The nearest Dream recedes-unrealizedPoetry
The Heart asks Pleasure-firstPoetry
The Brain-is wider than the SkyPoetry
The Bible is an antique VolumePoetry
Tell all the Truth but tell it slantPoetry
Split the Lark-and you'll find the MusicPoetry
Some keep the Sabbath going to ChurchPoetry
Safe in their Alabaster ChambersPoetry
Renunciation-is a piercing VirtuePoetry
Remorse-is Memory-awakePoetry
Publication-is the AuctionPoetry
Our lives are Swiss-Poetry
On a Columnar SelfPoetry
My Life had stood-a Loaded GunPoetry
My life closed twice before its closePoetry
Much Madness is divinest SensePoetry
Mine-by the Right of the White Election!Poetry
I'm Nobody! Who are you?Poetry
I would not paint-a picturePoetry
I think the longest Hour of allPoetry
I reckon-when I count it allPoetry
I never saw a MoorPoetry
I never lost as much but twicePoetry
I like to see it lap the MilesPoetry
I like a look of AgonyPoetry
I heard a Fly buzz-when I diedPoetry
I felt a Funeral, in my BrainPoetry
I dwell in PossibilityPoetry
I died for Beauty-but was scarcePoetry
I cannot live with YouPoetry
"Hope" is the thing with feathersPoetry
Because I could not stop for DeathPoetry
A Clock stoppedPoetry
A Bird came down the WalkPoetry
Autumn—overlooked my Knittingpoem
Our little Kinsmen—after Rainpoem
"Go travelling with us!"poem
Bless God, he went as soldierspoem
As Children bid the Guest "Good Night"poem
Shells from the Coast mistakingpoem
That this should feel the need of Deathpoem
The reticent volcano keepspoem
The Drop, that wrestles in the Seapoem
Her spirit rose to such a heightpoem
A Mien to move a Queenpoem
How firm Eternity must lookpoem
Sang from the Heart, Sirepoem
Banish Air from Air—poem
If any sink, assure that this, now standingpoem
He preached upon "Breadth" till it argued him narrow—poem
The Martyr Poets—did not tellpoem
These are the Signs to Nature's Inns—poem
Risk is the Hair that holds the Tunpoem
Sunset that screens, reveals—poem
One Sister have I in our housepoem
Like Some Old fashioned Miraclepoem
I have no Life but this—poem
There is another skypoem
I'll send the feather from my Hat!poem
Peril as a Possesssionpoem
Good Night! Which put the Candle out?poem
The Red—Blaze—is the Morningpoem
Me, change! Me, alter!poem
A Dimple in the Tombpoem
One of the ones that Midas touchedpoem
Of Tolling Bell I ask the cause?poem
What we see we know somewhatpoem
That it will never come againpoem
Doom is the House without the Doorpoem
I measure every Grief I meetpoem
Paradise is of the optionpoem
I reason, Earth is shortpoem
I watcher her face to see which waypoem
March is the Month of Expectationpoem
A soft Sea washed around the Housepoem
A little Madness in the Springpoem
Water, is taught by thirstpoem
There is no Silence in the Earth—so silentpoem
"Heavenly Father"—take to theepoem
Sexton! My Master's sleeping herepoem
He parts Himself—like Leavespoem
How Human Nature dotespoem
Not to discover weakness ispoem
I envy Seas, whereon He ridespoem
Pain has but one Acquaintancepoem
Your Riches—taught me—Povertypoem
The Snow that never drifts—poem
If I may have it, when it's deadpoem
A Day! Help! Help! Another Day!poem
Bind me—I still can sing—poem
I have a Bird in springpoem
Some keep the Sabbath going to Churchpoem
'Tis Anguish grander than Delightpoem
To see the Summer Skypoem
What is—"Paradise"poem
Morns like these—we partedpoem
On the World you coloredpoem
That Love is all there ispoem
Herein a Blossom liespoem
Death's Waylaying not the sharpestpoem
The Things that never can come back, are several—poem
He fumbles at your Soulpoem
After great pain, a formal feeling comespoem
Of Paul and Silas it is saidpoem
Alone, I cannot bepoem
A Sparrow took a Slice of Twigpoem
I pay—in Satin Cashpoem
The Tint I cannot take—is bestpoem
I showed her Heights she never sawpoem
Death leaves Us homesick, who behindpoem
He outstripped Time with but a Boutpoem
The Poets light but Lampspoem
In Winter in my Roompoem
What shall I do—it whimpers sopoem
On that specific Pillowpoem
As Everywhere of Silverpoem
Least Bee that brewpoem
Whether my bark went down at seapoem
The worthlessness of Earthly thingspoem
I often passed the villagepoem
I send you a decrepit flowerpoem
His Bill an Auger ispoem
The Wind—tapped like a tired Manpoem
I could not prove the Years had feetpoem
September's Baccalaureatepoem
The fascinating chill that music leavespoem
The Heart has narrow Bankspoem
Which misses mostpoem
The butterfly obtainspoem
When Katie walks, this simple pair accompany her sidepoem
I would not paint—a picturepoem
Knows how to forget!poem
Tell as a Marksman—were forgottenpoem
A curious Cloud surprised the Skypoem
Reverse cannot befallpoem
The Sun went down—no Man looked on—poem
As by the dead we love to sitpoem
They put Us far apartpoem
The pattern of the sunpoem
The Products of my Farm are thesepoem
Just Once! Oh least Request!poem
The Judge is like the Owlpoem
An awful Tempest mashed the airpoem
The Butterfly upon the Skypoem
To die—without the Dyingpoem
Whatever it is—she has tried it—poem
So I pull my Stockings offpoem
A Weight with Needles on the poundspoem
She's happy, with a new Contentpoem
"Heaven" has different Signs—to mepoem
"Lethe" in my flowerpoem
Witchcraft was hung, in Historypoem
To tell the Beauty would decreasepoem
Went up a year this evening!poem
Spring is the Periodpoem
The Brain, within its Groovepoem
Dreams—are well—but Waking's betterpoem
Cosmopolities without a pleapoem
The Treason of an accentpoem
It knew no lapse, nor Diminuationpoem
A Pang is more conspicuous in Springpoem
Dominion lasts until obtained—poem
Light is sufficient to itselfpoem
Today or this noonpoem
I shall not murmur if at lastpoem
On that dear Frame the Years had wornpoem
My period had come for Prayerpoem
Crisis is a Hairpoem
Summer—we all have seen—poem
Perception of an object costspoem
So large my Willpoem
Praise it—'tis dead—poem
Fame is the one that does not stay—poem
A full fed Rose on meals of Tintpoem
Between My Country—and the Otherspoem
Of their peculiar lightpoem
The Missing All—prevented Mepoem
The longest day that God appointspoem
To earn it by disdaining itpoem
I'll tell you how the Sun rosepoem
The murmuring of Bees, has ceasedpoem
In snow thou comest—poem
From all the Jails the Boys and Girlspoem
The Months have ends—the Years—a knotpoem
Embarrassment of one anotherpoem
My Season's furthest Flower—poem
Silence is all we dreadpoem
I met a King this afternoon!poem
Like her the Saints retirepoem
She hideth Her the lastpoem
She dwelleth in the Groundpoem
A Thought went up my mind todaypoem
Besides this Maypoem
The Riddle we can guesspoem
We see—Comparativelypoem
Fame is a fickle foodpoem
Taking up the fair Idealpoem
Elijah's Wagon knew no thillpoem
Trust adjust her "Peradventure"—poem
Tried always and Condemned by theepoem
My friend must be a Birdpoem
A South Wind—has a pathospoem
The stem of a departed Flowerpoem
I died for Beauty—but was scarcepoem
Like Mighty Foot Lights—burned the Redpoem
The largest Fire ever knownpoem
To pile like Thunder to its closepoem
Softened by Time's consummate plushpoem
Finding is the first Actpoem
Triumph—may be of several kindspoem
The Lady feeds Her little Birdpoem
One Year ago—jots what?poem
Pain—expands the Timepoem
If poem
Despair's advantage is achievedpoem
'Twas like a Maelstrom, with a notchpoem
You see I cannot see—your lifetimepoem
We wear our sober Dresses when we diepoem
Experience is the Angled Roadpoem
To do a magnanimous thingpoem
The Clock strikes one that just struck two—poem
Talk not to me of Summer Treespoem
Estranged from Beauty—none can be—poem
A Word made Flesh is seldompoem
The saddest noise, the sweetest noisepoem
Strong Draughts of Their Refreshing Mindspoem
Where every bird is bold to gopoem
I thought that nature was enoughpoem
More than the Grave is closed to me—poem
Me prove it now—Whoever doubtpoem
I cannot dance upon my Toespoem
I know of people in the Gravepoem
A Deed knocks first at Thoughtpoem
This Consciousness that is awarepoem
It dropped so low—in my Regardpoem
A Planted Life—diversifiedpoem
The overtakelessness of thosepoem
A loss of something ever felt Ipoem
Size circumscribes—it has no roompoem
Absent Place—an April Daypoem
The Beggar Lad—dies earlypoem
The Bone that has no Marrowpoem
That odd old man is dead a year—poem
An antiquated Gracepoem
Patience—has a quiet Outerpoem
We—Bee and I—live by the quaffingpoem
The Butterfly's Assumption Gownpoem
Funny—to be a Centurypoem
There is a solitude of spacepoem
"Tomorrow"—whose locationpoem
The Daisy follows soft the Sunpoem
It tossed—and tossedpoem
A Man may make a Remarkpoem
Pigmy seraphs—gone astraypoem
When Night is almost donepoem
The Soul should always stand ajarpoem
Blazing in Gold and quenching in Purplepoem
A Counterfeit—a Plated Person—poem
Exhilaration—is withinpoem
Like Time's insidious wrinklepoem
I felt my life with both my handspoem
The Juggler's Hat her Country ispoem
To make One's Toilette—after Deathpoem
Crisis is sweet and yet the Heartpoem
I asked no other thingpoem
To her derided Homepoem
The Veins of other Flowerspoem
Spurn the temerity—poem
There is a Shame of Noblenesspoem
Volcanoes be in Sicilypoem
Spring comes on the World—poem
A Spider sewed at Nightpoem
To the bright east she fliespoem
Themself are all I have—poem
Summer for thee, grant I may bepoem
Doubt Me! My Dim Companion!poem
As Watchers hang upon the Eastpoem
When One has given up One's lifepoem
Rehearsal to Ourselvespoem
It stole along so stealthypoem
Sweet Skepticism of the Heart—poem
No Brigadier throughout the Yearpoem
We do not play on Gravespoem
Death is like the insectpoem
At least—to pray—is left—is leftpoem
A faded Boy—in sallow Clothespoem
I cannot see my soul but know 'tis therepoem
A poem
Endanger it, and the Demandpoem
Did we disobey Him?poem
You cannot make Remembrance growpoem
We shun because we prize her Facepoem
When I hoped I feared—poem
He found my Being—set it uppoem
Answer Julypoem
The things we thought that we should dopoem
Arrows enamored of his Heart—poem
If ever the lid gets off my headpoem
Two butterflies went out at Noonpoem
Civilization—spurns—the Leopard!poem
The Only News I knowpoem
The Popular Heart is a Cannon first—poem
Artists wrestled here!poem
Love—thou art highpoem
My Faith is larger than the Hillspoem
The Robin for the Crumbpoem
The Bird her punctual music bringspoem
Faith—is the Pierless Bridgepoem
The Brain, within its Groovepoem
Have you got a Brook in your little heartpoem
Her sweet Weight on my Heart a Nightpoem
So well that I can live withoutpoem
The Face we choose to miss—poem
Robbed by Death—but that was easypoem
The Manner of its Deathpoem
There is a morn by men unseenpoem
Not "Revelation"—'tis—that waitspoem
How much of Source escapes with thee—poem
I held a Jewel in my fingerspoem
Mute thy Coronationpoem
To this World she returnedpoem
Wild Nights—Wild Nights!poem
Sweet is the swamp with its secretspoem
The Heart is the Capital of the Mind—poem
Too cold is thispoem
Given in Marriage unto Theepoem
The Robin is a Gabrielpoem
Ended, ere it begun—poem
This is the place they hoped beforepoem
More Life—went out—when He wentpoem
Touch lightly Nature's sweet Guitarpoem
Good night, because we mustpoem
My Heart ran so to theepoem
Proud of my broken heart, since thou didst break itpoem
Where I have lost, I softer treadpoem
Although I put away his lifepoem
Garland for Queens, may bepoem
Under the Light, yet underpoem
This quiet Dust was Gentleman and Ladiespoem
The Sunset stopped on Cottagespoem
"Go tell it"—What a Message—poem
A Lady red—amid the Hillpoem
I lived on Dreadpoem
There is no Frigate like a Bookpoem
She went as quiet as the Dewpoem
The Sun kept stooping—stoopingpoem
There is a flower that Bees preferpoem
I cannot live with Youpoem
When Diamonds are a Legendpoem
Go thy great way!poem
To make Routine a Stimuluspoem
If my Bark sinkpoem
How still the Bells in Steeples standpoem
Dust is the only Secretpoem
The Soul unto itselfpoem
Through the strait pass of sufferingpoem
Prayer is the little implementpoem
The duties of the Wind are fewpoem
'Tis so much joy! 'Tis so much joy!poem
The only Ghost I ever sawpoem
Advance is Life's conditionpoem
Were it to be the lastpoem
When Bells stop ringing—Church—beginspoem
Shall I take thee, the Poet saidpoem
I am alive—I guesspoem
A Solemn thing within the Soulpoem
A Wind that rosepoem
At last, to be identified!poem
Go not too near a House of Rose—poem
A Rat surrendered herepoem
Dying! To be afraid of theepoem
Teach Him—When He makes the namespoem
Like Flowers, that heard the news of Dewspoem
The Bat is dun, with wrinkled Wings—poem
The Dying need but little, Dearpoem
How soft a Caterpillar steps—poem
A Route of Evanescencepoem
A winged spark doth soar about—poem
A Toad, can die of Lightpoem
Give little Anguishpoem
Some we see no more, Tenements of Wonderpoem
Though the great Waters sleeppoem
I had the Glory—that will dopoem
I worked for chaff and earning Wheatpoem
If I should cease to bring a Rosepoem
Who were "the Father and the Son"poem
There's been a Death, in the Opposite Housepoem
To be alive—is Powerpoem
We miss a Kinsman morepoem
The harm of Years is on him—poem
Wert Thou but ill—that I might show theepoem
Quite empty, quite at restpoem
Musicians wrestle everywherepoem
Elizabeth told Essexpoem
A Letter is a joy of Earth—poem
I am ashamed—I hidepoem
Without a smile—Without a Throepoem
Who goes to dine must take his Feastpoem
Except to Heaven, she is noughtpoem
And this of all my Hopespoem
Not any more to be lacked—poem
The first Day's Night had comepoem
Unto a broken heartpoem
Where bells no more affright the mornpoem
God made no act without a causepoem
My friend attacks my friend!poem
The Sunrise runs for Bothpoem
Of all the Souls that stand createpoem
Her—"last Poems"poem
Much Madness is divinest Sensepoem
White as an Indian Pipepoem
That first Day, when you praised Me, Sweetpoem
Guest am I to havepoem
Who Giants know, with lesser Menpoem
Summer has two Beginnings—poem
The joy that has no stem no corepoem
Not all die early, dying youngpoem
A train went through a burial gatepoem
These—saw Visionspoem
To hang our head—ostensiblypoem
I never hear the word "escape"poem
Step lightly on this narrow spot—poem
They might not need me—yet they might—poem
The Road to Paradise is plainpoem
The farthest Thunder that I heardpoem
I sometimes drop it, for a Quickpoem
I'm the little "Heart's Ease"poem
Heaven is so far of the Mindpoem
Midsummer, was it, when They diedpoem
Delayed till she had ceased to knowpoem
The Auctioneer of Partingpoem
I noticed People disappearedpoem
Not in this World to see his facepoem
Would you like summer? Taste of ourspoem
Consulting summer's clockpoem
God is indeed a jealous God—Jpoem
The Props assist the Housepoem
That I did always lovepoem
She slept beneath a treepoem
Where Ships of Purple—gently tosspoem
As if some little Arctic flowerpoem
We do not know the time we lose—poem
When a Lover is a Beggarpoem
Myself was formed—a Carpenterpoem
Bees are Black, with Gilt Surcingles—poem
"Red Sea," indeed! Talk not to mepoem
The Whole of it came not at oncepoem
By Chivalries as tinypoem
Heart! We will forget him!poem
A Prison gets to be a friendpoem
The Angle of a Landscapepoem
There's a certain Slant of lightpoem
Gratitude—is not the mentionpoem
I had some things that I called minepoem
The smouldering embers blush—poem
Back from the cordial Grave I drag theedpoem
Not at Home to Callerspoem
Luck is not chance—poem
How much the present moment meanspoem
'Twas a long Parting—but the timepoem
"Hope" is the thing with featherspoem
Brother of Ingots—Ah Peru—poem
My Worthiness is all my Doubtpoem
Love—is anterior to Lifepoem
I've got an arrow herepoem
These Strangers, in a foreign Worldpoem
The Moon was but a Chin of Goldpoem
How brittle are the Pierspoem
The Admirations—and Contempts—of timepoem
What if I say I shall not wait!poem
Apparently with no surprisepoem
Crumbling is not an instant's Actpoem
The going from a world we knowpoem
'Twas comfort in her Dying Roompoem
The Bustle in a Housepoem
One Joy of so much anguishpoem
By a departing lightpoem
The Soul selects her own Societypoem
Ashes denote that Fire was—poem
The Heart has many Doors—poem
As imperceptibly as Griefpoem
Kill your Balm—and its Odors bless youpoem
Where Thou art—that—is Homepoem
To interrupt His Yellow Planpoem
They have a little Odor—that to mepoem
Bound—a troublepoem
A science—so the Savants saypoem
Drama's Vitallest Expression is the Common Daypoem
No man saw awe, nor to his housepoem
How soft this Prison ispoem
These are the days that Reindeer lovepoem
To disappear enhances—poem
The Flake the Wind exasperatepoem
Great Caesar! Condescendpoem
Speech is one symptom of Affectionpoem
Lest they should come—is all my fearpoem
Who saw no Sunrise cannot saypoem
The Brain—is wider than the Skypoem
Upon his Saddle sprung a Birdpoem
Now I lay thee down to Sleep—poem
We can but follow to the Sunpoem
Of so divine a Losspoem
What Soft—Cherubic Creaturespoem
'Tis Seasons since the Dimpled Warpoem
The Birds reported from the Southpoem
Not probable—The barest Chancepoem
I play at Riches—to appeasepoem
Love—is that later Thing than Deathpoem
Meeting by Accidentpoem
A poor—torn heart—a tattered heartpoem
Low at my problem bendingpoem
Ah, Necromancy Sweet!poem
'Twas my one Glory—poem
Is it true, dear Sue?poem
A Diamond on the Handpoem
Great Streets of silence led awaypoem
He scanned it—staggered—poem
The vastest earthly Daypoem
"Was not" was all the Statementpoem
Sweet—You forgot—but I rememberedpoem
The Color of a Queen, is thispoem
I cannot be ashamedpoem
The One who could repeat the Summer daypoem
The parasol is the umbrella's daughterpoem
If I could bribe them by a Rosepoem
It was a quiet seeming Day—poem
He strained my faithpoem
I fear a Man of frugal Speechpoem
Such are the inlets of the mind—poem
Some such Butterfly be seenpoem
One need not be a Chamber—to be Hauntedpoem
Color—Caste—Denominationpoem
The first Day that I was a Lifepoem
Sweet—safe—Housespoem
Safe Despair it is that raves—poem
The Day undressed—Herselfpoem
'Tis my first night beneath the Sunpoem
I sing to use the Waitingpoem
Sown in dishonorpoem
I think the Hemlock likes to standpoem
We learn it in Retreatingpoem
We talked as Girls dopoem
The Soul has Bandaged momentspoem
I should have been too glad, I seepoem
The Voice that stands for Floods to mepoem
I groped for him before I knewpoem
Of Nature I shall have enoughpoem
The spry Arms of the Windpoem
Belshazzar had a Letter—poem
I felt a Funeral, in my Brainpoem
Than Heaven more remotepoem
I had not minded—Wallspoem
I can wade Griefpoem
Conscious am I in my Chamberpoem
A Sloop of Amber slips awaypoem
'Tis customary as we partpoem
Mine Enemy is growing old—poem
The Opening and the Closepoem
Some Arrows slay but whom they strike—poem
On a Columnar Selfpoem
Were it but Me that gained the Height—poem
When the Astronomer stops seekingpoem
Yesterday is Historypoem
The Well upon the Brookpoem
Four Trees—upon a solitary Acrepoem
By homely gift and hindered Wordspoem
Could poem
The distance that the dead have gonepoem
It's coming—the postponeless Creaturepoem
I taste a liquor never brewedpoem
Could I but ride indefinitepoem
Forget! The lady with the Amuletpoem
Reportless Subjects, to the Quickpoem
She laid her docile Crescent downpoem
One thing of it we borrowpoem
Rest at Nightpoem
Alter! When the Hills dopoem
When they come back—if Blossoms do—poem
'Twas the old—road—through painpoem
It knew no Medicinepoem
The Lilac is an ancient shrubpoem
How many times these low feet staggeredpoem
Had this one Day not beenpoem
None can experience stingpoem
If it had no pencilpoem
I could suffice for Him, I knewpoem
I am afraid to own a Body—poem
Some things that fly there bepoem
Fitter to see Him, I may bepoem
For every Bird a Nestpoem
A fuzzy fellow, without feetpoem
As far from pity, as complaintpoem
He touched me, so I live to knowpoem
I saw the wind within herpoem
Air has no Residence, no Neighborpoem
My Maker—let me bepoem
The Court is far awaypoem
Better—than Music! For I—who heard itpoem
The waters chased him as he fledpoem
Glory is that bright tragic thingpoem
Ah, Teneriffe!poem
The Hills in Purple syllablespoem
What I can do—I willpoem
The Road was lit with Moon and star—poem
Like Brooms of Steelpoem
A Drunkard cannot meet a Corkpoem
Smiling back from Coronationpoem
Only God—detect the Sorrowpoem
Each Scar I'll keep for Himpoem
Bereavement in their death to feelpoem
My Portion is Defeat—todaypoem
I know some lonely Houses off the Roadpoem
Alone and in a Circumstancepoem
The good Will of a Flowerpoem
The inundation of the Springpoem
A Sickness of this World it most occasionspoem
Life, and Death, and Giantspoem
To be forgot by theepoem
'Twas later when the summer wentpoem
When I have seen the Sun emergepoem
For each ecstatic instantpoem
Before I got my eye put outpoem
Lest any doubt that we are glad that they were born Todaypoem
Life—is what we make of itpoem
I dreaded that first Robin, sopoem
You love the Lord—you cannot seepoem
We like a Hairbreadth 'scapepoem
I cannot meet the Spring unmoved—poem
The Notice that is called the Springpoem
I saw no Way—The Heavens were stitchedpoem
On this long storm the Rainbow rosepoem
Whose Pink career may have a closepoem
Not seeing, still we know—poem
The Wind didn't come from the Orchard—todaypoem
His Feet are shod with Gauzepoem
A something in a summer's Daypoem
The Bible is an antique Volume—poem
I had no Cause to be awakepoem
I heard a Fly buzz—when I diedpoem
Through lane it lay—through bramblepoem
Three times—we parted—Breath—and Ipoem
Is it dead—Find itpoem
As plan for Noon and plan for Nightpoem
Floss won't save you from an Abysspoem
'Twas just this time, last year, I diedpoem
Impossibility, like Winepoem
If What we could—were what we wouldpoem
I see thee better—in the Darkpoem
I did not reach Theepoem
What shall I do when the Summer troublespoem
Love can do all but raise the Deadpoem
What I see not, I better seepoem
I hide myself within my flowerpoem
Time's wily Chargers will not waitpoem
"Faithful to the end" Amendedpoem
'Twas warm—at first—like Uspoem
The Sun is gay or starkpoem
Some Days retired from the restpoem
The Clouds their Backs together laidpoem
Not knowing when the Dawn will comepoem
The Gentian weaves her fringespoem
What Inn is thispoem
Fate slew Him, but He did not drop—poem
It sounded as if the Streets were runningpoem
This is a Blossom of the Brainpoem
The Way to know the Bobolinkpoem
I cautious, scanned my little lifepoem
These tested Our Horizonpoem
The Work of Her that wentpoem
I know lives, I could misspoem
Extol thee—could I? Then I willpoem
To Whom the Mornings stand for Nightspoem
Why—do they shut Me out of Heaven?poem
Over the fencepoem
Unto my Books—so good to turnpoem
Success is counted sweetestpoem
Who never wanted—maddest Joypoem
A solemn thing—it was—I saidpoem
Let down the Bars, Oh Death—poem
Put up my lute!poem
His Heart was darker than the starless nightpoem
Not that he goes—we love him morepoem
Some, too fragile for winter windspoem
Her final Summer was itpoem
From Blank to Blankpoem
A Dying Tiger—moaned for Drinkpoem
Mine—by the Right of the White Election!poem
I took one Draught of Life—poem
Baffled for just a day or twopoem
It came his turn to beg—poem
Angels, in the early morningpoem
Our lives are Swiss—poem
Growth of Man—like Growth of Naturepoem
The competitions of the skypoem
A Saucer holds a Cuppoem
How sick—to wait—in any place—but thinepoem
His voice decrepit was with Joy—poem
Our journey had advancedpoem
Somewhere upon the general Earthpoem
Essential Oils—are wrungpoem
I think I was enchantedpoem
How good his Lava Bedpoem
It would have starved a Gnatpoem
The Sun and Moon must make their hastepoem
You left me—Sire—two Legaciespoem
She rose as high as His Occasionpoem
Up Life's Hill with my my little Bundlepoem
How the old Mountains drip with Sunsetpoem
Her little Parasol to liftpoem
It sifts from Leaden Sievespoem
Through what transports of Patiencepoem
I know that He existspoem
Fame's Boys and Girls, who never diepoem
Sleep is supposed to bepoem
A happy lip—breaks suddenpoem
Some Wretched creature, savior takepoem
Go slow, my soul, to feed thyselfpoem
Let me not thirst with this Hock at my Lippoem
'Tis so appalling—it exhilaratespoem
For Death—or ratherpoem
There are two Ripenings—one—of sightpoem
A Light exists in Springpoem
The Leaves like Women interchangepoem
The Sun and Fog contestedpoem
Love is done when Love's begunpoem
I found the words to every thoughtpoem
God made a little Gentianpoem
No ladder needs the bird but skiespoem
I tend my flowers for theepoem
Not that We did, shall be the testpoem
Ambition cannot find himpoem
Whose are the little beds, I askedpoem
Good to hide, and hear 'em hunt!poem
The Himmaleh was known to stooppoem
The Blunder is in estimatepoem
The Skies can't keep their secret!poem
The Day she goespoem
'Tis true—They shut me in the Coldpoem
Birthday of but a single pangpoem
We met as Sparks—Diverging Flintspoem
The Dandelion's pallid tubepoem
The Rose did caper on her cheekpoem
Of Tribulation, these are Theypoem
Tell all the Truth but tell it slantpoem
I meant to find Her when I camepoem
No Man can compass a Despairpoem
The Rat is the concisest Tenant.poem
Expanse cannot be lost—poem
Let my first Knowing be of theepoem
Sic transit gloria mundipoem
That Distance was between Uspoem
The Chemical convictionpoem
Defrauded I a Butterflypoem
I knew that I had gainedpoem
Before the ice is in the poolspoem
We pray—to Heavenpoem
Look back on Time, with kindly eyes—poem
Bliss is the plaything of the child—poem
Too scanty 'twas to die for youpoem
A transport one cannot containpoem
It's thoughts—and just One Heartpoem
I gave myself to Himpoem
It is an honorable Thoughtpoem
A single Clover Plankpoem
No Bobolink—reverse His Singingpoem
Do People moulder equallypoem
So set its Sun in Theepoem
The Mountains stood in Haze—poem
This docile one interpoem
Nature—the Gentlest Mother ispoem
"I want"—it pleaded—All its lifepoem
My Triumph lasted till the Drumspoem
They called me to the Window, forpoem
Me from Myself—to banishpoem
Of Brussels—it was notpoem
This heart that broke so longpoem
'Tis whiter than an Indian Pipe—poem
The pungent atom in the Airpoem
With sweetness unabatedpoem
To their apartment deeppoem
That Such have died enable Uspoem
As the Starved Maelstrom laps the Naviespoem
The Truth—is stirlesspoem
Pink—small—and punctual—poem
The Murmur of a Beepoem
Those fair—fictitious Peoplepoem
The Birds begun at Four o'clockpoem
It would never be Common—more—I saidpoem
We shun it ere it comespoem
Two Travellers perishing in Snowpoem
Power is a familiar growth—poem
Which is the best—the Moon or the Crescent?poem
Who is it seeks my Pillow Nights—poem
The most triumphant Bird I ever knew or metpoem
He was my host—he was my guestpoem
Of God we ask one favorpoem
Precious to Me—She still shall bepoem
Afraid! Of whom am I afraid?poem
Because I could not stop for Deathpoem
They ask but our Delightpoem
We shall find the Cube of the Rainbowpoem
When I hoped, I recollectpoem
Like Rain it sounded till it curvedpoem
Here, where the Daisies fit my Headpoem
It might be lonelierpoem
I'm sorry for the Dead—Todaypoem
I had no time to Hatepoem
The last of Summer is Delight—poem
As from the earth the light Balloonpoem
Of Bronze—and Blazepoem
They dropped like Flakespoem
It bloomed and dropt, a Single Noonpoem
I many times thought Peace had comepoem
Declaiming Waters none may dread—poem
The Luxury to apprehendpoem
Those—dying thenpoem
Because the Bee may blameless humpoem
I prayed, at first, a little Girlpoem
Those final Creatures,—who they are—poem
All the letters I can writepoem
"Faith" is a fine inventionpoem
This slow Day moved along—poem
Tie the Strings to my Life, My Lordpoem
I went to thank Herpoem
No Rack can torture mepoem
A Tooth upon Our Peacepoem
Best Gains—must have the Losses' Testpoem
Must be a Woepoem
The nearest Dream recedes—unrealizedpoem
I've dropped my Brain—My Soul is numb—poem
What care the Dead, for Chanticleerpoem
Once more, my now bewildered Dovepoem
One Crucifixion is recorded—onlypoem
A prompt—executive Bird is the Jay—poem
My Life had stood—a Loaded Gunpoem
Why make it doubt—it hurts it sopoem
One Anguish—in a Crowdpoem
Except the smaller sizepoem
The words the happy saypoem
So much of Heaven has gone from Earthpoem
So give me back to Death—poem
A Field of Stubble, lying serepoem
If He were living—dare I askpoem
When Memory is fullpoem
I started Early—Took my Dogpoem
The Night was wide, and furnished scantpoem
We play at Pastepoem
I'm ceded—I've stopped being Theirspoem
When we stand on the tops of Thingspoem
"Heaven"—is what I cannot reach!poem
Hope is a subtle Glutton—poem
On such a night, or such a nightpoem
We send the Wave to find the Wave—poem
Bring me the sunset in a cuppoem
To help our Bleaker Partspoem
The Stars are old, that stood for me—poem
The Outer—from the Innerpoem
The Butterfly in honored Dustpoem
Removed from Accident of Losspoem
A little overflowing wordpoem
While it is alivepoem
The Loneliness One dare not soundpoem
All forgot for recollectingpoem
A darting fear—a pomp—a tearpoem
A Tongue—to tell Him I am true!poem
Will there really be a "Morning"?poem
Left in immortal Youthpoem
I shall know why—when Time is overpoem
Come show thy Durham Breastpoem
His Cheek is his Biographer—poem
To break so vast a Heartpoem
Peace is a fiction of our Faithpoem
Facts by our side are never suddenpoem
"Why do I love" You, Sir?poem
The Zeroes—taught us—Phosphorouspoem
Because my Brook is fluentpoem
With thee, in the Desertpoem
I read my sentence—steadilypoem
Conferring with myselfpoem
How News must feel when travellingpoem
The rainbow never tells mepoem
To fill a Gappoem
How happy is the little Stonepoem
A Wife—at daybreak I shall bepoem
There is a wordpoem
Departed—to the Judgmentpoem
All Circumstances are the Framepoem
Out of sight? What of that?poem
Her Sweet turn to leave the Homesteadpoem
There comes a warning like a spypoem
Presentiment—is that long Shadow—on the Lawnpoem
One crown that no one seekspoem
The Malay—took the Pearlpoem
The grave my little cottage ispoem
The Way I read a Letter's—thispoem
Noon—is the Hinge of Daypoem
Satisfaction—is the Agentpoem
Forbidden Fruit a flavor haspoem
This was in the White of the Yearpoem
Society for me my miserypoem
Because that you are goingpoem
You love me—you are surepoem
"poem
In thy long Paradise of Lightpoem
New feet within my garden gopoem
The Sky is low—the Clouds are meanpoem
It's like the Lightpoem
The Frost of Death was on the Pane—poem
Soft as the massacre of Sunspoem
Fortitude incarnatepoem
Apparently with no surprisepoem
The Sun retired to a cloudpoem
Bee! I'm expecting you!poem
I think that the Root of the Wind is Water—poem
I thought the Train would never come—poem
Longing is like the Seedpoem
No Prisoner bepoem
The Sweets of Pillage, can be knownpoem
Suspense—is Hostiler than Deathpoem
One and One—are Onepoem
Just as He spoke it from his Handspoem
Renunciation—is a piercing Virtuepoem
Water makes many Bedspoem
All overgrown by cunning mosspoem
What Twigs We held by—poem
"And with what body do they come?"—poem
Pursuing you in your transitionspoem
Down Time's quaint streampoem
Trust in the Unexpectedpoem
This Me—that walks and works—must diepoem
Could Hope inspect her Basispoem
To see her is a Picture—poem
Deprived of other Banquetpoem
To hear an Oriole singpoem
Follow wise Orionpoem
Parting with Thee reluctantlypoem
Many a phrase has the English languagepoem
A word is deadpoem
A Route of Evanescencepoem
The Butterfly's Numidian Gownpoem
Had I not seen the Sunpoem
I should not dare to leave my friendpoem
My life closed twice before its close—poem
How well I knew Her notpoem
Distrustful of the Gentianpoem
Could mortal lip divinepoem
Our share of night to bearpoem
The wind drew offpoem
On this wondrous seapoem
I know a place where Summer strivespoem
We dream—it is good we are dreamingpoem
She could not live upon the Pastpoem
A Drop Fell on the Apple Treepoem
One Day is there of the Seriespoem
A wild Blue sky abreast of Windspoem
The Robin's my Criterion for Tunepoem
After a hundred yearspoem
Each that we lose takes part of us;poem
It is easy to work when the soul is at playpoem
Like eyes that looked on Wastespoem
The Pile of Years is not so highpoem
It will be Summer—eventuallypoem
Drab Habitation of Whom?poem
Whose cheek is this?poem
If I shouldn't be alivepoem
Not so the infinite Relations—Belowpoem
Who is the East?poem
If I can stop one Heart from breakingpoem
Did the Harebell loose her girdlepoem
Till Death—is narrow Lovingpoem
"Remember me" implored the Thief!poem
My Reward for Being, was Thispoem
A face devoid of love or gracepoem
There comes an hour when begging stopspoem
After all Birds have been investigated and laid aside—poem
So gay a Flowerpoem
When Roses cease to bloom, Sirpoem
This—is the land—the Sunset washespoem
No Notice gave She, but a Changepoem
How dare the robins singpoem
Whether they have forgottenpoem
We Cover Thee—Sweet Facepoem
Is it too late to touch you, Dear?poem
He who in Himself believespoem
Not Sickness stains the Bravepoem
My country need not change her gownpoem
Said Death to Passionpoem
Within my reach!poem
You cannot put a Fire outpoem
She rose to His Requirementpoem
This dirty—little—Heartpoem
'Tis Opposites—enticepoem
Exultation is the goingpoem
Absence disembodies—so does Deathpoem
Three Weeks passed since I had seen Her—poem
How know it from a Summer's Day?poem
To One denied the drinkpoem
This World is not Conclusionpoem
No Romance sold untopoem
The name—of it—is "Autumn"poem
A Dew sufficed itself—poem
It is a lonesome Gleepoem
Each Second is the lastpoem
Is Bliss then, such Abysspoem
Over and over, like a Tunepoem
Surgeons must be very carefulpoem
How happy is the little Stonepoem
She sights a Bird—she chucklespoem
Besides the Autumn poets singpoem
'Tis One by One—the Father countspoem
A Shade upon the mind there passespoem
I heard, as if I had no Earpoem
Should you but fail at—Seapoem
Undue Significance a starving man attachespoem
Immortal is an ample wordpoem
His Mansion in the Poolpoem
When we have ceased to carepoem
This Chasm, Sweet, upon my lifepoem
Before He comes we weigh the Time!poem
Perhaps I asked too largepoem
Dear March—Come in—poem
Did life's penurious lengthpoem
Aurora is the effortpoem
A feather from the Whippoorwillpoem
The Robin is the Onepoem
'Tis not that Dying hurts us sopoem
Their dappled importunitypoem
Love's stricken "why"poem
Time does go on—poem
To own the Art within the Soulpoem
Why should we hurry—why indeed?poem
How lonesome the Wind must feel Nights—poem
Until the Desert knowspoem
It came at last but prompter Deathpoem
Two swimmers wrestled on the sparpoem
Unable are the Loved to diepoem
The Symptom of the Gale—poem
Upon a Lilac Seapoem
Long Years apart—can make nopoem
A Charm invests a facepoem
Of Being is a Birdpoem
'Twas here my summer pausedpoem
For this—accepted Breathpoem
Obtaining but our own Extentpoem
Ideals are the Fairly Oilpoem
Lives he in any other worldpoem
The Show is not the Showpoem
I've none to tell me to but Theepoem
The Soul's distinct connectionpoem
If I should diepoem
Severer Service of myselfpoem
There is another Lonelinesspoem
The Hollows round His eager Eyespoem
Like Trains of Cars on Tracks of Plushpoem
It was a Grave, yet bore no Stonepoem
By a flower—By a letterpoem
The Bird must sing to earn the Crumbpoem
I cross till I am wearypoem
No matter—now—Sweetpoem
Escape is such a thankful Wordpoem
The Soul's Superior instantspoem
Unfulfilled to Observationpoem
The hallowing of Painpoem
All but Death, can be Adjustedpoem
A throe upon the featurespoem
Its Hour with itselfpoem
Savior! I've no one else to tellpoem
The Day that I was crownedpoem
Morning—is the place for Dewpoem
I live with Him—I see His facepoem
Fame is the tine that Scholars leavepoem
Me—come! My dazzled facepoem
Fame is a beepoem
Drowning is not so pitifulpoem
Too happy Time dissolves itselfpoem
Time feels so vast that were it notpoem
So has a Daisy vanishedpoem
I've known a Heaven, like a Tentpoem
I bet with every Wind that blewpoem
Count not that far that can be hadpoem
The Mind lives on the Heartpoem
My Eye is fuller than my vasepoem
There came a Day at Summer's fullpoem
By such and such an offeringpoem
Had we known the Ton she borepoem
Because He loves Herpoem
It was not Death, for I stood uppoem
God gave a Loaf to every Birdpoem
She sweeps with many-colored Broomspoem
I'll clutch—and clutchpoem
That is solemn we have endedpoem
I haven't told my garden yetpoem
Lain in Nature—so suffice uspoem
To undertake is to achievepoem
Art thou the thing I wanted?poem
These are the Nights that Beetles love—poem
Oh Sumptuous momentpoem
I bring an unaccustomed winepoem
I've seen a Dying Eyepoem
They say that "Time assuages"poem
'Twould ease—a Butterflypoem
When Etna basks and purrspoem
The most pathetic thing I dopoem
Are Friends Delight or Pain?poem
Unto like Story—Trouble has enticed mepoem
Confirming All who analyzepoem
Delight is as the flightpoem
I think just how my shape will risepoem
A Pit—but Heaven over it—poem
I can't tell you—but you feel itpoem
My best Acquaintances are thosepoem
A Death blow is a Life blow to Somepoem
I should not dare to be so sadpoem
They talk as slow as Legends growpoem
They shut me up in Prosepoem
Flowers—Well—if anybodypoem
Death sets a Thing significantpoem
I keep my pledgepoem
You said that I "was Great"—one Daypoem
I like to see it lap the Milespoem
The look of thee, what is it likepoem
Summer is shorter than any one—poem
There is a Languor of the Lifepoem
Did you ever stand in a Cavern's Mouthpoem
Remorse—is Memory—awakepoem
You cannot take itselfpoem
Trusty as the starspoem
Myself can read the Telegramspoem
Morning that comes but oncepoem
There is a June when Corn is cutpoem
The Child's faith is newpoem
In Winter in my Roompoem
An Antiquated Treepoem
Lightly stepped a yellow starpoem
Surprise is like a thrilling—pungent—poem
Wolfe demanded during dyingpoem
Inconceivably solemn!poem
Rearrange a "Wife's" affection!poem
Because 'twas Riches I could ownpoem
None who saw it ever told itpoem
If those I loved were lostpoem
Truth—is as old as Godpoem
To die—takes just a little whilepoem
An altered look about the hillspoem
Some—Work for Immortalitypoem
Had I known that the first was the lastpoem
Few, yet enoughpoem
The Body grows withoutpoem
Without this—there is noughtpoem
She dealt her pretty words like Bladespoem
Just lost, when I was saved!poem
Did Our Best Moment lastpoem
Somewhat, to hope forpoem
My River runs to theepoem
Who has not found the Heaven—below—poem
He told a homely talepoem
Unto the Whole—how add?poem
Immured in Heaven!poem
I never saw a Moor—poem
The fairest Home I ever knewpoem
Not any sunny tonepoem
Upon the gallows hung a wretchpoem
How many Flowers fail in Woodpoem
The gleam of an heroic Actpoem
Read—Sweet—how others—strovepoem
How happy I was if I could forgetpoem
Ribbons of the Yearpoem
I could die—to knowpoem
As imperceptibly as Griefpoem
An honest Tearpoem
As if I asked a common Almspoem
We should not mind so small a flowerpoem
But little Carmine hath her facepoem
So bashful when I spied her!poem
The ones that disappeared are backpoem
I watched the Moon around the Housepoem
A Bee his burnished Carriagepoem
Glee—The great storm is overpoem
Just so—Jesus—rapspoem
Dare you see a Soul at the White Heat?poem
Within my Garden, rides a Birdpoem
The Face in evanescence lainpoem
Distance—is not the Realm of Foxpoem
The pedigree of Honeypoem
A Bird came down the Walkpoem
He forgot—and I—rememberedpoem
As Frost is best conceivedpoem
Two Lengths has every Day—poem
We miss Her, not because We seepoem
As subtle as tomorrowpoem
Forever at His side to walkpoem
All I may, if smallpoem
Soil of Flint, if steady tilledpoem
Those who have been in the Grave the longestpoem
We never know how high we arepoem
There is a Zone whose even Yearspoem
If you were coming in the Fallpoem
I saw that the Flake was on itpoem
Witchcraft has not a Pedigreepoem
Mama never forgets her birdspoem
The Mountain sat upon the Plainpoem
Judgment is justestpoem
We lose—because we winpoem
By my Window have I for Scenerypoem
All men for Honor hardest workpoem
Away from Home are some and I—poem
The Lamp burns sure—withinpoem
Within thy Grave!poem
So much Summerpoem
Of Death I try to think like this—poem
The Thrill came slowly like a Boom forpoem
The Doomed—regard the Sunrisepoem
They won't frown always—some sweet Daypoem
His mind of man, a secret makespoem
We'll pass without the partingpoem
I never told the buried goldpoem
'Tis little I—could care for Pearlspoem
No Life can pompless pass away—poem
We thirst at first—'tis Nature's Actpoem
It's all I have to bring todaypoem
An Hour is a Seapoem
A Night—there lay the Days betweenpoem
I dwell in Possibilitypoem
Oh Future! thou secreted peacepoem
If the foolish, call them "poem
How fits his Umber Coatpoem
I had been hungry, all the Yearspoem
Bloom upon the Mountain—statedpoem
Like Men and Women Shadows walkpoem
It feels a shame to be Alivepoem
From Cocoon forth a Butterflypoem
The Beggar at the Door for Famepoem
Morning is due to all—poem
Going to Heaven!poem
Such is the Force of Happinesspoem
Lift it—with the Featherspoem
The Sea said "Come" to the Brook—poem
As Summer into Autumn slipspoem
Split the Lark—and you'll find the Musicpoem
How slow the Wind—poem
Those not live yetpoem
Death warrants are supposed to bepoem
Summer laid her simple Hatpoem
Delight—becomes pictorialpoem
A first Mute Comingpoem
All these my banners bepoem
The right to perish might be thoughtpoem
As Sleigh Bells seem in summerpoem
Of Course—I prayedpoem
With Pinions of Disdainpoem
I see thee clearer for the Gravepoem
Dying! Dying in the night!poem
The Morning after Woepoem
Make me a picture of the sunpoem
Whoever disenchantspoem
Far from Love the Heavenly Fatherpoem
A little East of Jordanpoem
Talk with prudence to a Beggarpoem
Now I knew I lost her—poem
I meant to have but modest needspoem
Image of Light, Adieu—poem
Nor Mountain hinder Mepoem
Take your Heaven further onpoem
Of Yellow was the outer Skypoem
Through the Dark Sod—as Educationpoem
You'll find—it when you try to diepoem
Betrothed to Righteousness might bepoem
Whole Gulfs—of Red, and Fleets—of Redpoem
The Bird did prance—the Bee did play—poem
Unit, like Death, for Whom?poem
Unworthy of her Breastpoem
A little bread—a crust—a crumbpoem
I breathed enough to take the Trickpoem
I would distil a cuppoem
The Grass so little has to dopoem
The Moon upon her fluent Routepoem
I stole them from a Beepoem
To lose thee—sweeter than to gainpoem
Sometimes with the Heartpoem
There is an arid Pleasurepoem
All things swept sole awaypoem
Best Things dwell out of Sightpoem
That sacred Closet when you sweep—poem
The Sun is one—and on the Tarepoem
As old as Woe—poem
If your Nerve, deny youpoem
Before you thought of Springpoem
Ample make this Bedpoem
Perhaps you'd like to buy a flowerpoem
She died—this was the way she diedpoem
So the Eyes accost—and sunderpoem
There is a pain—so utterpoem
Too few the mornings bepoem
She lay as if at playpoem
Winter is good—his Hoar Delightspoem
Lay this Laurel on the Onepoem
Each Life Converges to some Centrepoem
The poem
Summer begins to have the lookpoem
The difference between Despairpoem
Paradise is that old mansionpoem
Wait till the Majesty of Deathpoem
Opinion is a flitting thingpoem
"Arcturus" is his other namepoem
A Coffin—is a small Domainpoem
Portraits are to daily facespoem
Of Consciousness, her awful Matepoem
Who never lost, are unpreparedpoem
I got so I could take his namepoem
My Cocoon tightens—Colors tease—poem
In many and reportless placespoem
We like Marchpoem
Good Morning—Midnightpoem
Papa above!poem
He is alive, this morning—poem
Contained in this short Lifepoem
To try to speak, and miss the waypoem
Nature and God—I neither knewpoem
This that would greet—an hour agopoem
I never felt at Home—Belowpoem
Of Glory not a Beam is leftpoem
The Trees like Tassels—hit—and swungpoem
To lose one's faith—surpasspoem
'Tis easier to pity those when deadpoem
Finite—to fail, but infinite to Venturepoem
The Day grew small, surrounded tightpoem
Title divine—is mine!poem
My Garden—like the Beachpoem
Is Heaven a Physician?poem
Nature can do no morepoem
To offer brave assistancepoem
A Flower will not trouble her, it has so small a Footpoem
Many cross the Rhinepoem
If anybody's friend be deadpoem
It was given to me by the Godspoem
Always Mine!poem
A Cap of Lead across the skypoem
In this short Lifepoem
His little Hearse like Figurepoem
The Sun in reigning to the Westpoem
"Houses"—so the Wise Men tell mepoem
Have any like Myselfpoem
Her breast is fit for pearlspoem
When I was small, a Woman diedpoem
No Other can reducepoem
Two—were immortal twicepoem
Winter under cultivationpoem
A lane of Yellow led the eyepoem
Eden is that old-fashioned Housepoem
The Spider holds a Silver Ballpoem
A single Screw of Fleshpoem
The first We knew of Him was Death—poem
A stagnant pleasure like a Poolpoem
The event was directly behind Himpoem
Jesus! thy Crucifixpoem
A precious—mouldering pleasurepoem
Rather arid delightpoem
A great Hope fellpoem
If wrecked upon the Shoal of Thoughtpoem
Sweet, to have had them lostpoem
A little Dog that wags his tailpoem
Dropped into the Ether Acrepoem
A World made penniless by that departurepoem
He ate and drank the precious Words—poem
'Twas Crisis—All the length had passedpoem
It don't sound so terrible—quite—as it didpoem
To know just how He suffered—would be dearpoem
Ourselves we do inter with sweet derisionpoem
Revolution is the Podpoem
Going to Him! Happy letter!poem
Best Witchcraft is Geometrypoem
The feet of people walking homepoem
Some one prepared this mighty showpoem
So from the mouldpoem
Which is best? Heaven—poem
The Province of the Savedpoem
Were natural mortal ladypoem
I tried to think a lonelier Thingpoem
These Fevered Days—to take them to the Forestpoem
Publication—is the Auctionpoem
Fairer through Fading—as the Daypoem
Upon Concluded Livespoem
That short—potential stirpoem
A doubt if it be Uspoem
Sweet Pirate of the heartpoem
A Visitor in Marlpoem
This Bauble was preferred of Beespoem
The incidents of lovepoem
Abraham to kill him—poem
The Lightning playeth—all the whilepoem
Knock with tremor—poem
Glass was the Street—in tinsel Perilpoem
Soul, Wilt thou toss again?poem
The Flower must not blame the Beepoem
If Blame be my side—forfeit Mepoem
Oh Shadow on the Grasspoem
Come slowly—Eden!poem
High from the earth I heard a birdpoem
He gave away his Lifepoem
I was the slightest in the Housepoem
In Ebon Box, when years have flownpoem
As One does Sickness overpoem
These held their Wick above the West—poem
Fame is a beepoem
I took my Power in my Handpoem
The Life we have is very greatpoem
Of this is Day composedpoem
Oh what a Grace is thispoem
I had a guinea goldenpoem
One dignity delays for allpoem
Her face was in a bed of hairpoem
After the Sun comes outpoem
Within that little Hivepoem
I like a look of Agonypoem
"Unto Me?" I do not know youpoem
Pass to they Rendezvous of Lightpoem
Bee! I'm expecting you!poem
For largest Woman's Hearth I knewpoem
The Love a Life can show Belowpoem
Beauty—be not caused—It Ispoem
That after Horror—that 'twas uspoem
Recollect the Face of mepoem
How many schemes may diepoem
All that I dopoem
Superiority to Fatepoem
Soto! Explore thyself!poem
I could bring You Jewels—had I a mind topoem
I've nothing else—to bring, You knowpoem
So glad we are—a Stranger'd deempoem
Most she touched me by her mutenesspoem
One Blessing had I than the restpoem
Our little secrets slink away—poem
The lonesome for they know not Whatpoem
How noteless Men, and Pleiads, standpoem
Through those old Grounds of memorypoem
There is strength in proving that it can be bornepoem
I'd rather recollect a settingpoem
Oh give it Motion—deck it sweetpoem
The Heaven vests for Eachpoem
It troubled me as once I waspoem
What would I give to see his face?poem
Who Court obtain within Himselfpoem
Bereaved of all, I went abroadpoem
God permits industrious Angelspoem
She staked her Feathers—Gained an Arcpoem
How ruthless are the gentle—poem
I'm "wife"—I've finished thatpoem
The Past is such a curious Creaturepoem
'Twas fighting for his Life he was—poem
If pain for peace preparespoem
There is a finished feelingpoem
A Cloud withdrew from the Skypoem
Dying at my music!poem
Not any higher stands the Gravepoem
Let Us play Yesterdaypoem
A narrow Fellow in the Grasspoem
Warm in her Hand these accents liepoem
The Battle fought between the Soulpoem
Blossoms will run awaypoem
Let me not mar that perfect Dreampoem
Her sovereign Peoplepoem
Some Rainbow—coming from the Fair!poem
The Definition of Beauty ispoem
God is a distant—stately Loverpoem
His Mind like Fabrics of the Eastpoem
Nature assigns the Sun—poem
Take all away—poem
Climbing to reach the costly Heartspoem
Pain—has an Element of Blankpoem
I tie my Hat—I crease my Shawlpoem
To the stanch Dustpoem
His Bill an Auger ispoem
These are the days when Birds come backpoem
Still own thee—still thou artpoem
I robbed the Woodspoem
Her Grace is all she has—poem
It ceased to hurt me, though so slowpoem
Twice had Summer her fair Verdurepoem
I cannot buy it—'tis not soldpoem
'Tis Sunrise—Little Maid—Hast Thoupoem
Victory comes latepoem
A Moth the hue of thispoem
Tho' I get home how late—how latepoem
The World—feels Dustypoem
How the Waters closed above Himpoem
Could live—poem
Of Life to own—poem
I know where Wells grow—Droughtless Wellspoem
Purple—is fashionable twicepoem
Not with a Club, the Heart is brokenpoem
I gained it sopoem
'Twas Love—not mepoem
I went to Heavenpoem
We knew not that we were to live—poem
Nature affects to be sedatepoem
The Gentian has a parched Corolla—poem
My Heart upon a little Platepoem
The Jay his Castanet has struckpoem
He lived the Life of Ambushpoem
I rose—because He sankpoem
Could that sweet Darkness where they dwellpoem
The Grace—Myself—might not obtainpoem
I sued the News—yet feared—the Newspoem
No matter where the Saints abidepoem
"Morning"—means "Milking"—to the Farmerpoem
Safe in their Alabaster Chamberspoem
Experiment to mepoem
My wheel is in the darkpoem
Snow beneath whose chilly softnesspoem
Our own possessions—though our own—poem
"They have not chosen me," he saidpoem
How fortunate the Gravepoem
He was weak, and I was strong—thenpoem
Awake ye muses nine, sing me a strain divinepoem
While we were fearing it, it came—poem
A Secret toldpoem
Except the Heaven had come so nearpoem
The Sun kept setting—setting—stillpoem
To own a Susan of my ownpoem
"Secrets" is a daily wordpoem
Their Barricade against the Skypoem
My life closed twice before its closepoem
How far is it to Heaven?poem
Could—I do more—for Theepoem
Uncertain lease—develops lustrepoem
Your thoughts don't have words every daypoem
Fame is a fickle foodpoem
This is my letter to the Worldpoem
The ecstasy to guesspoem
I know Suspense—it steps so tersepoem
Promise This—When You be Dyingpoem
The Mountains—grow unnoticedpoem
Of all the Sounds despatched abroadpoem
The Stimulus, beyond the Gravepoem
The long sigh of the Frogpoem
That she forgot me was the leastpoem
In lands I never saw—they saypoem
Who occupies this House?poem
Heart, not so heavy as minepoem
I Came to buy a smile—todaypoem
There is no Frigate like a Bookpoem
If this is "fading"poem
Again—his voice is at the doorpoem
The Wind took up the Northern Thingspoem
My God—He sees thee—poem
The Black Berry—wears a Thorn in his sidepoem
We learned the Whole of Lovepoem
Of Silken Speech and Specious Shoepoem
It was a quiet way—poem
Gathered into the Earthpoem
A Murmur in the Trees—to notepoem
The Fingers of the Lightpoem
It's easy to invent a Lifepoem
This Dust, and its Featurepoem
I'm Nobody! Who are you?poem
I've heard an Organ talk, sometimespoem
Poor little Heart!poem
It can't be "Summer"!poem
Of whom so dearpoem
On my volcano grows the Grasspoem
Sweet hours have perished here;poem
Superfluous were the Sunpoem
The Ditch is dear to the Drunken manpoem
Delight's Despair at settingpoem
I learned—at least—what Home could bepoem
The Merchant of the Picturesquepoem
Expectation—is Contentmentpoem
Falsehood of Thee could I supposepoem
The Devil—had he fidelitypoem
A chilly Peace infests the Grasspoem
It's such a little thing to weeppoem
I think to Live—may be a Blisspoem
Nature—sometimes sears a Saplingpoem
The Mushroom is the Elf of Plants—poem
"Nature" is what we seepoem
A Mine there is no Man would ownpoem
The Soul that hath a Guestpoem
Behold this little Bane—poem
Snow flakespoem
I reckon—when I count it allpoem
Circumference thou Bride of Awepoem
Somehow myself survived the Nightpoem
I'm saying every daypoem
Bloom—is Result—to meet a Flowerpoem
I think the longest Hour of allpoem
My Soul—accused me—And I quailedpoem
The immortality she gavepoem
Between the form of Life and Lifepoem
Be Mine the Doom—poem
As if the Sea should partpoem
To his simplicitypoem
The sweetest Heresy receivedpoem
A Burdock—clawed my Gownpoem
We never know we go when we are going—poem
I suppose the time will comepoem
The World—stands—solemner—to mepoem
Above Oblivion's Tide there is a Pierpoem
He went by sleep that drowsy routepoem
Sunset at Night—is naturalpoem
The last Night that She livedpoem
Cocoon above! Cocoon below!poem
No Crowd that has occurredpoem
Forever—it composed of Nowspoem
The thought beneath so slight a filmpoem
To put this World down, like a Bundlepoem
Oh, honey of an hourpoem
Its little Ether Hoodpoem
So proud she was to diepoem
It did not surprise mepoem
Nobody knows this little Rosepoem
The Bible is an antique Volumepoem
This Merit hath the worstpoem
Tho' my destiny be Fustianpoem
To venerate the simple dayspoem
The Day came slow—till Five o'clockpoem
A sepal, petal, and a thornpoem
I have never seen "Volcanoes"poem
I cannot want it more—poem
You'll know it—as you know 'tis Noonpoem
A slash of Bluepoem
Remembrance has a Rear and Front—poem
Of the Heart that goes in, and closes the Doorpoem
I could not drink it, Sweetpoem
Adrift! A little boat adrift!poem
The Infinite a sudden Guestpoem
Ourselves were wed one summer—dearpoem
There's the Battle of Burgoyne—poem
The Wind begun to knead the Grasspoem
I had a daily Blisspoem
The Dust behind I strove to joinpoem
Her Losses make our Gains ashamed—poem
To love thee Year by Yearpoem
Hope is a strange invention—poem
Too little way the House must liepoem
The Crickets sangpoem
Dew—is the Freshet in the Grass—poem
Only a Shrine, but Minepoem
I fit for them—poem
You constituted Timepoem
While Asters—poem
Frequently the wood are pinkpoem
Not One by Heaven defrauded stay—poem
Death is the supple Suitorpoem
In rags mysterious as thesepoem
Soul, take thy riskpoem
Had I not This, or This, I saidpoem
It always felt to me—a wrongpoem
Glowing is her Bonnetpoem
The Savior must have beenpoem
If recollecting were forgettingpoem
The Spirit is the Conscious Earpoem
Forever honored by the Treepoem
There's something quieter than sleeppoem
Nature rarer uses Yellowpoem
A little Road—not made of Manpoem
South Winds jostle thempoem
How destitute is hepoem
The Bee is not afraid of mepoem
You've seen Balloons set—Haven't You?poem
Love reckons by itself—alonepoem
We grow accustomed to the Darkpoem
How fleet—how indiscreet an one—poem
I make His Crescent fill or lackpoem
The Hills erect their Purple Headspoem
You know that Portrait in the Moonpoem
We talked with each other about each otherpoem
Had I presumed to hopepoem
Joy to have merited the Painpoem
The healed Heart shows its shallow scarpoem
As we pass Houses musing slowpoem
Their Height in Heaven comforts notpoem
The way Hope builds his Housepoem
Further in Summer than the Birdspoem
The most important populationpoem
Shame is the shawl of Pinkpoem
From Us She wandered now a Yearpoem
If she had been the Mistletoepoem
I have a King, who does not speakpoem
The Bobolink is gone—poem
You'll know Her—by Her Footpoem
The Future—never spokepoem
There came a Wind like a Bugle—poem
We introduce ourselvespoem
We outgrow love, like other thingspoem
No Passenger was known to flee—poem
To my small Hearth His fire camepoem
The Frost was never seen—poem
Sweet Mountains—Ye tell Me no liepoem
Those cattle smaller than a Beepoem
An ignorance a Sunsetpoem
He put the Belt around my lifepoem
She sped as Petals of a Rosepoem
Take all away from me, but leave me Ecstasypoem
Death is a Dialogue betweenpoem
To learn the Transport by the Painpoem
Trudging to Eden, looking backwardpoem
It would not know if it were spurnedpoem
To flee from memorypoem
Further in Summer than the Birdspoem
The Winters are so shortpoem
What mystery pervades a well!poem
As willing lid o'er weary eyepoem
She died at playpoem
The Spirit lasts—but in what mode—poem
They leave us with the Infinitepoem
A nearness to Tremendousnesspoem
Experiment escorts us last—poem
The Lassitudes of Contemplationpoem
The morns are meeker than they werepoem
Apology for Herpoem
You're right—"the way is narrow"poem
The Suburbs of a Secretpoem
Frigid and sweet Her parting Face—poem
My nosegays are for Captivespoem
The Service without Hopepoem
I made slow Riches but my Gainpoem
Exhilaration is the Breezepoem
The Guest is gold and crimsonpoem
The Color of the Grave is Greenpoem
Twas such a little—little boatpoem
The face I carry with me—lastpoem
From his slim Palace in the Dustpoem
Who abdicated Ambushpoem
The Spider as an Artistpoem
Empty my Heart, of Theepoem
Perhaps you think me stoopingpoem
I Years had been from Homepoem
To make a prairie it takes a clover and one beepoem
To my quick ear the Leaves—conferredpoem
The power to be true to Youpoem
Denial—is the only factpoem
I never hear that one is deadpoem
I never lost as much but twicepoem
To wait an Hour—is longpoem
This was a Poet—It is Thatpoem
His Bill is clasped—his Eye forsook—poem
Endow the Living—with the Tearspoem
I send Two Sunsetspoem
It was too late for Manpoem
A Clock stoppedpoem
Wonder—is not precisely Knowingpoem
It makes no difference abroadpoem
The last Night that She livedpoem
The Test of Love—is Deathpoem
If all the griefs I am to havepoem
The Life that tied too tight escapespoem
Tell all the Truth but tell it slant—poem
The Lightning is a yellow Forkpoem
The Heart asks Pleasure—firstpoem
'Tis not the swaying frame we misspoem
She bore it till the simple veinspoem
Of nearness to her sundered Thingspoem
Death is potential to that Manpoem
The Summer that we did not prizepoem
It was not Saint—it was too large—poem
Perhaps they do not go so farpoem
'Twas awkward, but it fitted mepoem
No Autumn's intercepting Chillpoem
In falling Timbers buriedpoem
The mob within the heartpoem
Escaping backward to perceivepoem
Of Paradise' existencepoem
When I count the seedspoem
Ah, Moon—and Star!poem
What did They do since I saw Them?poem
A Door just opened on a streetpoem
You taught me Waiting with Myselfpoem
The Moon is distant from the Seapoem
Lad of Athens, faithful bepoem
Where Roses would not dare to gopoem
If Nature smiles—the Mother mustpoem
Grief is a Mousepoem
Did We abolish Frostpoem
I felt a Cleaving in my Mindpoem
Never for Societypoem
We don't cry—Tim and Ipoem
A long—long Sleep—A famous—Sleeppoem
Lest this be Heaven indeedpoem
I cried at Pity—not at Painpoem
Some say goodnight—at night—poem
Had we our sensespoem
Fame of Myself, to justifypoem
A House upon the Heightpoem
Beauty crowds me till I diepoem
Struck, was I, not yet by Lightningpoem
If I'm lost—nowpoem
It struck me—every Daypoem
The earth has many keyspoem
'Tis good—the looking back on Griefpoem
I shall keep singing!poem
He fought like those Who've nought to losepoem
Her smile was shaped like other smilespoem
The pretty Rain from those sweet Eavespoem
At Half past Three, a single Birdpoem
A little Snow was here and therepoem
Partake as doth the Beepoem
Don't put up my Thread and Needlepoem
Is Immortality a banepoem
Candor—my tepid friend—poem
I stepped from Plank to Plankpoem
I lost a World - the other day!poem
My first well Day—since many illpoem
At leisure is the Soulpoem
The Clover's simple Famepoem
The Days that we can sparepoem
To mend each tattered Faithpoem
His oriental heresiespoem
A shady friend—for Torrid dayspoem
I was a Phoebe—nothing more—poem
Behind Me—dips Eternitypoem
What tenements of cloverpoem
My Wars are laid away in Books—poem
Conjecturing a Climatepoem
A still—Volcano—Lifepoem
The Fact that Earth is Heaven—poem
Dreams are the subtle Dowerpoem
I never saw a Moorpoem
It rises—passes—on our Southpoem
To fight aloud, is very bravepoem
A Word dropped careless on a Pagepoem
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