. 2003
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One'S-Self I Sing

As I Ponder'D In Silence

In Cabin'D Ships At Sea

To Foreign Lands

To A Historian

To Thee Old Cause


For Him I Sing

When I Read The Book

Beginning My Studies


To The States

On Journeys Through The States

To A Certain Cantatrice

Me Imperturbe


The Ship Starting

I Hear America Singing

What Place Is Besieged ?

Still Through The One I Sing

Shut Not Your Doors

Poets To Come

To You

Thou Reader

Starting From Paumanok
Song Of Myself
Children Of Adam.

To The Garden Of The World

From Pent-Up Aching Rivers

I Sing The Body Electric

A Woman Waits For Me

Spontaneous Me

One Hour To Madness And Joy

Out Of The Rolling Ocean The Crowd

Ages And Ages Returning At Intervals

We Two, How Long We Were Fool'd

O Hymen ! O Hymenee !

I Am He That Aches With Love

Native Moments

Once I Pass'D Through A Populous City

I Heard You Solemn-Sweet Pipes Of The Organ

Facing West From California'S Shores

As Adam Early In The Morning


In Paths Untrodden

Scented Herbage Of My Breast

Whoever You Are Holding Me Now In Hand

For You O Democracy

These I Singing In Spring

Not Heaven From My Ribb'D Breast Only

Of The Terrible Doubt Of Appearances

The Base Of All Metaphysics

Recorders Ages Hence

When I Heard At The Close Of The Day

Are You The New Person Drawn Toward Me ?

Roots And Leaves Themselves Alone

Not Heat Flames Up And Consumes

Trickle Drops

City Of Orgies

Behold This Swarthy Face

I Saw In Louisiana A Live-Oak Growing

To A Stranger

This Moment Yearning And Thoughtful

I Hear It Was Charged Against Me

The Prairie-Grass Dividing

When I Peruse The Conquer'D Fame

We Two Boys Together Clinging

A Promise To California

Here The Frailest Leaves Of Me

No Labor-Saving Machine

A Glimpse

A Leaf For Hand In Hand

Earth My Likeness

I Dream'D In A Dream

What Think You I Take My Pen In Hand?

To The East And To The West

Sometimes With One I Love

To A Western Boy

Fast-Anchor'D Eternal O Love

Among The Multitude

O You Whom I Often And Silently Come

That Shadow My Likeness

Full Of Life Now

Salut Au Monde !
Song Of The Open Road
Crossing Brooklyn Ferry
Song Of The Answerer
Our Old Feuillage
A Song Of Joys
Song Of The Broad-Axe
Song Of The Exposition
Song Of The Redwood-Tree
A Song For Occupations
A Song Of The Rolling Earth
Youth, Day, Old Age, And Night
Birds Of Passage.

Song Of The Universal

Pioneers! O Pioneers !

To You

France The 18Th Year Of These States

Myself And Mine

Year Of Meteors (1859-60)

With Antecedents

A Broadway Pageant

Out Of The Cradle Endlessly Rocking

As I Ebb'D With The Ocean Of Life


To The Man-Of-War-Bird

Aboard At A Ship'S Helm

On The Beach At Night

The World Below The Brine

On The Beach At Night Alone

Song For All Seas, All Ships

Patroling Barnegat

After The Sea-Ship

By The Roadside.

A Boston Ballad -- 1854

Europe The 72D And 73D Years Of These States

A Hand-Mirror




When I Heard The Learn'D Astronomer


O Me ! O Life !

To A President

I Sit And Look Out

To Rich Givers

The Dalliance Of The Eagles

Roaming In Thought

A Farm Picture

A Child'S Amaze

The Runner

Beautiful Women

Mother And Babe




Gliding O'Er All

Hast Never Come To Thee An Hour


To Old Age

Locations And Times


To Identify The 16Th, 17Th, Or 18Th Presidentiad


First O Songs For A Prelude

Eighteeen Sixty-One

Beat ! Beat ! Drums !

From Paumanok Starting I Fly Like A Bird

Song Of The Banner At Daybreak

Rise O Days From Your Fathomless Deeps

Virginia--The West

City Of Ships

The Centenarian'S Story

Cavalry Crossing A Ford

Bivouac On A Mountain Side

An Army Corps On The March

By The Bivouac'S Fitful Flame

Come Up From The Fields Father

Vigil Strange I Kept On The Field One Night

A March In The Ranks Hard-Prest

A Sight In Camp In The Daybreak Gray And Dim

As Toilsome I Wander'D Virginia'S Woods

Not The Pilot

Year That Trembled And Reel'D Beneath Me

The Wound-Dresser

Long, Too Long America

Give Me The Splendid Silent Sun

Dirge For Two Veterans

Over The Carnage Rose Prophetic A Voice

I Saw Old General At Bay

The Artilleryman'S Vision

Ethiopia Saluting The Colors

Not Youth Pertains To Me

Race Of Veterans

World Take Good Notice

O Tan-Faced Prairie-Boy

Look Down Fair Moon


How Solemn As One By One

As I Lay With My Head In Your Lap Camerado

Delicate Cluster

To A Certain Civilian

Lo, Victress On The Peaks

Spirit Whose Work Is Done

Adieu To A Soldier

Turn O Libertad

To The Leaven'D Soil They Trod

Memories Of President Lincoln.

When Lilacs Last In The Dooryard Bloom'D

O Captain, My Captain

Hush'D Be The Camps To-Day

This Dust Was Once The Man

By Blue Ontario'S Shore
Autumn Rivulets.

As Consequent

The Return Of The Heroes

There Was A Child Went Forth

Old Ireland

The City Dead-House

This Compost

To A Foil'D European Revolutionaire

Unnamed Lands

Song Of Prudence

The Singer In The Prison

Warble For Lilac-Tree

Outlines For A Tomb

Out From Behind The Mask


To Him Who Was Crucified

You Felons On Trial In Courts

Laws For Creations

To A Common Prostitute

I Was Looking A Long While



Sparkles From The Wheel

To A Pupil

Unfolded Out Of The Folds

What Am I After All


Others May Praise What They Like

Who Learns My Lesson Complete


The Torch

O Star Of France (1870-71)

The Ox-Tamer

An Old Man'S Thought Of School

Wandering At Morn

Italian Music In Dakota

With All Thy Gifts

My Picture-Gallery

The Prairie States

Proud Music Of The Storm
Passage To India
Prayer Of Columbus
The Sleepers
To Think Of Time
Whispers Of Heavenly Death.

Darest Thou Now O Soul

Whispers Of Heavenly Death

Chanting The Square Deific

Of Him I Love Day And Night

Yet, Yet, Ye Downcast Hours

As If A Phantom Caress'D Me


Quicksand Years

That Music Always Round Me

What Ship Puzzled At Sea

A Noiseless Patient Spider

O Living Always , Always Dying

To One Shortly To Die

Night On The Prairies


The Last Invocation

As I Watch'D The Ploughman Ploughing

Pensive And Faltering

Thou Mother With Thy Equal Brood
A Paumanok Picture
From Noon To Starry Night.

Thou Orb Aloft Full-Dazzling


The Mystic Trumpeter

To A Locomotive In Winter

O Magnet-South


All Is Truth

A Riddle Song


Ah Poverties, Wincings, And Sulky Retreats



Weave In, My Hardy Life

Spain, 1873-74

By Broad Potomac'S Shore

From Far Dakota'S Canons (June 25, 1876)

Old War-Dreams

Thick-Sprinkled Bunting

What Best I See In Thee

Spirit That Form'D This Scene

As I Walk These Broad Majestic Days

A Clear Midnight

Songs Of Parting.

As The Time Draws Nigh

Years Of The Modern

Ashes Of Soldiers


Song At Sunset

As At Thy Portals Also Death

My Legacy

Pensive On Her Dead Gazing

Camps Of Green

The Sobbing Of The Bells

As They Draw To A Close

Joy, Shipmate, Joy

The Untold Want


These Carols

Now Finale To The Shore

So Long !

1St Annex - Sands At Seventy.
With Index Of Contents
2D Annex - Good-Bye My Fancy.
With Index Of Contents
A Backward Glance O'Er Travel'D Roads
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