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The luxury to apprehendSingle Hound 1914SH14-0+
One Sister have I in our house,Single Hound 1914SH14-0+
Awake ye muses nine, sing me a strain divine1850Elbridge Gridley BowdoinFranklin Variorum 1998F1A+
SUCCESSPoems 1890P90-1+
Valentine week1850Elbridge Gridley BowdoinJohnson Poems 1955J1+
I'm nobody! Who are you?Poems 1891P91-1+
Adventure most unto itselfSingle Hound 1914SH14-1+
REAL RICHESPoems 1896P96-1+
Sic transit gloria mundi1852Franklin Variorum 1998F2A+
Sic transit gloria mundi1852William HowlandFranklin Variorum 1998F2B+
Our share of night to bear,Poems 1890P90-2+
There is another sky,1851Austin DickinsonJohnson Poems 1955J2+
I bring an unaccustomed winePoems 1891P91-2+
SUPERIORITY TO FATEPoems 1896P96-2+
The Soul that hath a Guest,Single Hound 1914SH14-2+
On this wondrous sea1853Susan DickinsonFranklin Variorum 1998F3A+
On this wondrous sea1853Franklin Variorum 1998F3B+
The nearest dream recedes, unrealized.Poems 1891P91-3+
"Sic transit gloria mundi,"1852William HowlandJohnson Poems 1955J3+
ROUGE ET NOIRPoems 1890P90-3+
HOPEPoems 1896P96-3+
Except the smaller size, no Lives are round,Single Hound 1914SH14-3+
I have a bird in spring1854Susan DickinsonFranklin Variorum 1998F4A+
I have a bird in spring1854Elizabeth Holland (and Josiah Holland)Franklin Variorum 1998F4B+
We play at paste,Poems 1891P91-4+
FORBIDDEN FRUITPoems 1896P96-4+
On this wondrous sea1853Susan DickinsonJohnson Poems 1955J4+
ROUGE GAGNEPoems 1890P90-4+
Fame is a fickle foodSingle Hound 1914SH14-4+
One sister have I in our house1858Susan DickinsonFranklin Variorum 1998F5A+
One sister have I in the house1858Franklin Variorum 1998F5B+
I found the phrase to every thoughtPoems 1891P91-5+
I have a Bird in spring1854Susan DickinsonJohnson Poems 1955J5+
Glee! The great storm is over!Poems 1890P90-5+
The right to perish might be thoughtSingle Hound 1914SH14-5+
FORBIDDEN FRUITPoems 1896P96-5+
Adrift! A little boat adrift!1858Franklin Variorum 1998F6A+
HOPEPoems 1891P91-6+
Peril as a possessionSingle Hound 1914SH14-6+
Frequently the woods are pink --1858Susan DickinsonJohnson Poems 1955J6+
If I can stop one heart from breaking,Poems 1890P90-6+
A WORDPoems 1896P96-6+
Summer for thee, grant I may be1858Franklin Variorum 1998F7A+
To venerate the simple daysPoems 1896P96-7+
The feet of people walking home1858Susan DickinsonJohnson Poems 1955J7+
THE WHITE HEATPoems 1891P91-7+
When Etna basks and purrs,Single Hound 1914SH14-7+
ALMOSTPoems 1890P90-7+
When roses cease to bloom, sir1858Franklin Variorum 1998F8A+
LIFE'S TRADESPoems 1896P96-8+
Reverse cannot befall that fine ProsperitySingle Hound 1914SH14-8+
A wounded deer leaps highest,Poems 1890P90-8+
TRIUMPHANTPoems 1891P91-8+
There is a word1858Susan DickinsonJohnson Poems 1955J8+
Oh if remembering were forgetting1858Franklin Variorum 1998F9A+
If recollecting were forgetting1858Samuel BowlesFranklin Variorum 1998F9B+
Through lane it lay -- thro' bramble --1858Susan DickinsonJohnson Poems 1955J9+
The heart asks pleasure first,Poems 1890P90-9+
THE TESTPoems 1891P91-9+
To be alive is power,Single Hound 1914SH14-9+
Drowning is not so pitifulPoems 1896P96-9+
Garlands for queens may be1858Franklin Variorum 1998F10A+
How still the bells in steeples stand,Poems 1896P96-10+
ESCAPEPoems 1891P91-10+
IN A LIBRARYPoems 1890P90-10+
My wheel is in the dark!1858Susan DickinsonJohnson Poems 1955J10+
Witchcraft has not a pedigree,Single Hound 1914SH14-10+
Nobody knows this little rose1858[Susan Dickinson]Franklin Variorum 1998F11A+
Nobody knows this little rose1858Franklin Variorum 1998F11B+
Nobody knows this little rose1858Franklin Variorum 1998F11C+
If the foolish call them 'flowers,'Poems 1896P96-11+
I never told the buried gold1858Susan DickinsonJohnson Poems 1955J11+
COMPENSATIONPoems 1891P91-11+
Much madness is divinest sensePoems 1890P90-11+
Exhilaration is the BreezeSingle Hound 1914SH14-11+
I had a guinea golden1858Franklin Variorum 1998F12A+
A SYLLABLEPoems 1896P96-12+
THE MARTYRSPoems 1891P91-12+
The morns are meeker than they were --1858Susan DickinsonJohnson Poems 1955J12+
I asked no other thing,Poems 1890P90-12+
No romance sold unto,Single Hound 1914SH14-12+
There is a morn by men unseen1858Franklin Variorum 1998F13A+
Sleep is supposed to be1858Susan DickinsonJohnson Poems 1955J13+
A PRAYERPoems 1891P91-13+
EXCLUSIONPoems 1890P90-13+
If what we could were what we would --Single Hound 1914SH14-13+
PARTINGPoems 1896P96-13+
As if I asked a common alms1858Franklin Variorum 1998F14A+
As if I asked a common alms1858T. W. HigginsonFranklin Variorum 1998F14B+
As if I asked a common alms1858Franklin Variorum 1998F14C+
ASPIRATIONPoems 1896P96-14+
One Sister have I in our house,1858Susan DickinsonJohnson Poems 1955J14+
Perception of anSingle Hound 1914SH14-14+
The thought beneath so slight a filmPoems 1891P91-14+
THE SECRETPoems 1890P90-14+
She slept beneath a tree1858Franklin Variorum 1998F15A+
THE INEVITABLEPoems 1896P96-15+
The Guest is gold and crimson --1858Susan DickinsonJohnson Poems 1955J15+
The soul unto itselfPoems 1891P91-15+
No other can reduceSingle Hound 1914SH14-15+
THE LONELY HOUSEPoems 1890P90-15+
The feet of people walking home1858Franklin Variorum 1998F16A+
The feet of people walking home1858Franklin Variorum 1998F16B+
The feet of people walking home1858[Susan Dickinson]Franklin Variorum 1998F16C+
The feet of people walking home1858Susan DickinsonFranklin Variorum 1998F16D+
To fight aloud is very brave,Poems 1890P90-16+
Surgeons must be very carefulPoems 1891P91-16+
I would distil a cup,Samual Bowler and Mary BowlesJohnson Poems 1955J16+
The blunder is to estimate, --Single Hound 1914SH14-16+
A BOOKPoems 1896P96-16+
It's all I have to bring today1858Franklin Variorum 1998F17A+
Baffled for just a day or two --1858Josiah Holland and Elizabeth HollandJohnson Poems 1955J17+
DAWNPoems 1890P90-17+
THE RAILWAY TRAINPoems 1891P91-17+
My Wheel is in the dark, --Single Hound 1914SH14-17+
Who has not found the heaven belowPoems 1896P96-17+
Morns like these we parted1858Louise and Frances NorcrossFranklin Variorum 1998F18A+
Morns like these we parted1858Susan DickinsonFranklin Variorum 1998F18B+
Morns like these we parted1858Franklin Variorum 1998F18C+
A PORTRAITPoems 1896P96-18+
THE BOOK OF MARTYRSPoems 1890P90-18+
THE SHOWPoems 1891P91-18+
The Gentian weaves her fringes --1858Johnson Poems 1955J18+
There is another LonelinessSingle Hound 1914SH14-18+
So has a daisy vanished1858Franklin Variorum 1998F19A+
I HAD A GUINEA GOLDENPoems 1896P96-19+
THE MYSTERY OF PAINPoems 1890P90-19+
Delight becomes pictorialPoems 1891P91-19+
So gay a flower bereaved the mindSingle Hound 1914SH14-19+
A sepal, petal, and a thorn1858Johnson Poems 1955J19+
If those I loved were lost1858Franklin Variorum 1998F20A+
If those I loved were lost1858Franklin Variorum 1998F20B+
SATURDAY AFTERNOONPoems 1896P96-20+
I taste a liquor never brewed,Poems 1890P90-20+
A thought went up my mind to-dayPoems 1891P91-20+
Distrustful of the Gentian --1858Johnson Poems 1955J20+
Glory is that bright tragic thing,Single Hound 1914SH14-20+
The gentian weaves her fringes1858Franklin Variorum 1998F21A+
Few get enough, enough is one;Poems 1896P96-21+
A BOOKPoems 1890P90-21+
Is Heaven a physician?Poems 1891P91-21+
We lose -- because we win --1858Johnson Poems 1955J21+
The missing All prevented meSingle Hound 1914SH14-21+
A brief but patient illness1858Franklin Variorum 1998F22A+
Upon the gallows hung a wretch,Poems 1896P96-22+
THE RETURNPoems 1891P91-22+
I had no time to hate, becausePoems 1890P90-22+
All these my banners be.1858Johnson Poems 1955J22+
His mind, of man a secret makes,Single Hound 1914SH14-22+
In the name of the bee1858Franklin Variorum 1998F23A+
THE LOST THOUGHTPoems 1896P96-23+
A poor torn heart, a tattered heart,Poems 1891P91-23+
I had a guinea golden --1858Johnson Poems 1955J23+
UNRETURNINGPoems 1890P90-23+
The suburbs of a secretSingle Hound 1914SH14-23+
Frequently the woods are pink1858Susan DickinsonFranklin Variorum 1998F24A+
Frequently the woods are pink1858Franklin Variorum 1998F24B+
RETICENCEPoems 1896P96-24+
There is a morn by men unseen --1858Johnson Poems 1955J24+
The difference between despairSingle Hound 1914SH14-24+
TOO MUCHPoems 1891P91-24+
Whether my bark went down at sea,Poems 1890P90-24+
A sepal - petal - and a thorn1858Franklin Variorum 1998F25A+
WITH FLOWERSPoems 1896P96-25+
She slept beneath a tree --1858Johnson Poems 1955J25+
SHIPWRECKPoems 1891P91-25+
Belshazzar had a letter,Poems 1890P90-25+
There is a solitude of space,Single Hound 1914SH14-25+
Distrustful of the gentian1858Franklin Variorum 1998F26A+
Victory comes late,Poems 1891P91-26+
It's all I have to bring today --1858Johnson Poems 1955J26+
The farthest thunder that I heardPoems 1896P96-26+
The brain within its groovePoems 1890P90-26+
The props assist the houseSingle Hound 1914SH14-26+
Down Time's quaint streamSingle Hound 1914SH14-26+
Flees so the phantom meadow1858Franklin Variorum 1998F27A+
ENOUGHPoems 1891P91-27+
On the bleakness of my lotPoems 1896P96-27+
Morns like these -- we parted --1858Johnson Poems 1955J27+
MINEPoems 1890P90-27+
The gleam of an heroic act,Single Hound 1914SH14-27+
We lose because we win1858Franklin Variorum 1998F28A+
Experiment to mePoems 1891P91-28+
CONTRASTPoems 1896P96-28+
So has a Daisy vanished1858Johnson Poems 1955J28+
Of Death the sharpest function,Single Hound 1914SH14-28+
BEQUESTPoems 1890P90-28+
All these my banners be1858Franklin Variorum 1998F29A+
If those I loved were lost1858Johnson Poems 1955J29+
FRIENDSPoems 1896P96-29+
MY COUNTRY'S WARDROBEPoems 1891P91-29+
Alter? When the hills do.Poems 1890P90-29+
To lose if one can find again1858Franklin Variorum 1998F30A+
Faith is a fine inventionPoems 1891P91-30+
Adrift! A little boat adrift!1858Johnson Poems 1955J30+
FIREPoems 1896P96-30+
I bet with every Wind that blew, till Nature in chagrinSingle Hound 1914SH14-30+
SUSPENSEPoems 1890P90-30+
To him who keeps an orchis' heart1858Franklin Variorum 1998F31A+
Except the heaven had come so near,Poems 1891P91-31+
A MANPoems 1896P96-31+
Summer for thee, grant I may be1858Johnson Poems 1955J31+
The Future never spoke,Single Hound 1914SH14-31+
SURRENDERPoems 1890P90-31+
The morns are meeker than they were1858Susan DickinsonFranklin Variorum 1998F32A+
The morns are meeker than they were1858Franklin Variorum 1998F32B+
If you were coming in the fall,Poems 1890P90-32+
Portraits are to daily facesPoems 1891P91-32+
Two lengths has every day,Single Hound 1914SH14-32+
VENTURESPoems 1896P96-32+
When Roses cease to bloom, Sir,1858Johnson Poems 1955J32+
Whether my bark went down at sea1858Franklin Variorum 1998F33A+
WITH A FLOWERPoems 1890P90-33+
If recollecting were forgetting,1858Samual Bowler and Mary BowlesJohnson Poems 1955J33+
THE DUELPoems 1891P91-33+
GRIEFSPoems 1896P96-33+
The Soul's superior instantsSingle Hound 1914SH14-33+
Taken from men this morning1858Franklin Variorum 1998F34A+
PROOFPoems 1890P90-34+
A shady friend for torrid daysPoems 1891P91-34+
Garlands for Queens, may be --1858Johnson Poems 1955J34+
I have a king who does not speak;Poems 1896P96-34+
Nature is what we see,Single Hound 1914SH14-34+
Sleep is supposed to be1858Susan DickinsonFranklin Variorum 1998F35A+
Sleep is supposed to be1858Franklin Variorum 1998F35B+
THE GOALPoems 1891P91-35+
Have you got a brook in your little heart,Poems 1890P90-35+
DISENCHANTMENTPoems 1896P96-35+
Nobody knows this little Rose --1858Johnson Poems 1955J35+
Ah, Teneriffe!Single Hound 1914SH14-35+
If I should die1858Franklin Variorum 1998F36A+
LOST FAITHPoems 1896P96-36+
TRANSPLANTEDPoems 1890P90-36+
SIGHTPoems 1891P91-36+
Snow flakes.1858Johnson Poems 1955J36+
She died at play,Single Hound 1914SH14-36+
By chivalries as tiny1858Franklin Variorum 1998F37A+
THE OUTLETPoems 1890P90-37+
Talk with prudence to a beggarPoems 1891P91-37+
LOST JOYPoems 1896P96-37+
Before the ice is in the pools --1858Johnson Poems 1955J37+
"Morning" means "Milking" to the Farmer,Single Hound 1914SH14-37+
I never told the buried gold1858Susan DickinsonFranklin Variorum 1998F38A+
I never told the buried gold1858Franklin Variorum 1998F38B+
THE PREACHERPoems 1891P91-38+
A little madness in the SpringSingle Hound 1914SH14-38+
IN VAINPoems 1890P90-38+
By such and such an offering1858Johnson Poems 1955J38+
I worked for chaff, and earning wheatPoems 1896P96-38+
I never lost as much but twice1858Franklin Variorum 1998F39A+
Life, and Death, and GiantsPoems 1896P96-39+
RENUNCIATIONPoems 1890P90-39+
It did not surprise me --1858Johnson Poems 1955J39+
Good night! which put the candle out?Poems 1891P91-39+
I can't tell you, but you feel it --Single Hound 1914SH14-39+
I hav'nt told my garden yet1858Franklin Variorum 1998F40A+
ALPINE GLOWPoems 1896P96-40+
When I hoped I feared,Poems 1891P91-40+
LOVE'S BAPTISMPoems 1890P90-40+
When I count the seeds1858Johnson Poems 1955J40+
Some Days retired from the restSingle Hound 1914SH14-40+
I often passed the village1858Franklin Variorum 1998F41A+
REMEMBRANCEPoems 1896P96-41+
I robbed the Woods1858Johnson Poems 1955J41+
DEEDPoems 1891P91-41+
RESURRECTIONPoems 1890P90-41+
Like Men and Women shadows walkSingle Hound 1914SH14-41+
There is a word1858Susan DickinsonFranklin Variorum 1998F42A+
There is a word1858Franklin Variorum 1998F42B+
To hang our head ostensibly,Poems 1896P96-42+
APOCALYPSEPoems 1890P90-42+
A Day! Help! Help! Another Day!1858Johnson Poems 1955J42+
TIME'S LESSONPoems 1891P91-42+
The butterfly obtainsSingle Hound 1914SH14-42+
Through lane it lay - thro' bramble1858Susan DickinsonFranklin Variorum 1998F43A+
Through lane it lay - thro' bramble1858Franklin Variorum 1998F43B+
THE BRAINPoems 1896P96-43+
REMORSEPoems 1891P91-43+
THE WIFEPoems 1890P90-43+
Could live -- did live --1858Johnson Poems 1955J43+
Beauty crowds me till I die,Single Hound 1914SH14-43+
The guest is gold and crimson1858Susan DickinsonFranklin Variorum 1998F44A+
The guest is gold and crimson1858Franklin Variorum 1998F44B+
If she had been the Mistletoe1858Samual Bowler and Mary BowlesJohnson Poems 1955J44+
The bone that has no marrow;Poems 1896P96-44+
THE SHELTERPoems 1891P91-44+
APOTHEOSISPoems 1890P90-44+
We spy the Forests and the Hills,Single Hound 1914SH14-44+
I counted till they danced so1858Franklin Variorum 1998F45A+
THE PASTPoems 1896P96-45+
Undue significance a starving man attachesPoems 1891P91-45+
New feet within my garden go,Poems 1890P90-45+
There's something quieter than sleep1858Johnson Poems 1955J45+
I Never told the buried goldSingle Hound 1914SH14-45+
Before the ice is in the pools1858Franklin Variorum 1998F46A+
To help our bleaker partsPoems 1896P96-46+
Heart not so heavy as mine,Poems 1891P91-46+
MAY-FLOWER.Poems 1890P90-46+
I keep my pledge.1858Johnson Poems 1955J46+
The largest fire ever knownSingle Hound 1914SH14-46+
By such and such an offering1858Franklin Variorum 1998F47A+
What soft, cherubic creaturesPoems 1896P96-47+
I many times thought peace had come,Poems 1891P91-47+
Bloom upon the Mountain, stated,Single Hound 1914SH14-47+
WHY?Poems 1890P90-47+
Heart! We will forget him!1858Johnson Poems 1955J47+
Whose cheek is this?1859Susan DickinsonFranklin Variorum 1998F48A+
DESIREPoems 1896P96-48+
Unto my books so good to turnPoems 1891P91-48+
Once more, my now bewildered Dove1858Johnson Poems 1955J48+
Perhaps you'd like to buy a flower?Poems 1890P90-48+
March is the month of expectation,Single Hound 1914SH14-48+
When Katie walks, this simple pair accompany her side1859Catherine Scott Turner AnthonFranklin Variorum 1998F49A.2+
PHILOSOPHYPoems 1896P96-49+
This merit hath the worst,Poems 1891P91-49+
The pedigree of honeyPoems 1890P90-49+
I never lost as much but twice,1858Johnson Poems 1955J49+
The Duties of the Wind are few --Single Hound 1914SH14-49+
It did not surprise me1859Franklin Variorum 1998F50A+
POWERPoems 1896P96-50+
I hav'nt told my garden yet --1858Johnson Poems 1955J50+
HUNGERPoems 1891P91-50+
A SERVICE OF SONGPoems 1890P90-50+
The Winds drew offSingle Hound 1914SH14-50+
When I count the seeds1859Franklin Variorum 1998F51A+
A modest lot, a fame petite,Poems 1896P96-51+
I gained it so,Poems 1891P91-51+
I often passed the village1858Johnson Poems 1955J51+
The bee is not afraid of me,Poems 1890P90-51+
I think that the root of the Wind is Water,Single Hound 1914SH14-51+
Bless God, he went as soldiers1859Franklin Variorum 1998F52A+
Is bliss, then, such abyssPoems 1896P96-52+
To learn the transport by the pain,Poems 1891P91-52+
So, from the mould,Single Hound 1914SH14-52+
Whether my bark went down at sea --1858Johnson Poems 1955J52+
SUMMER'S ARMIESPoems 1890P90-52+
If I should cease to bring a rose1859Franklin Variorum 1998F53A+
EXPERIENCEPoems 1896P96-53+
RETURNINGPoems 1891P91-53+
Taken from men -- this morning --1858Johnson Poems 1955J53+
THE GRASSPoems 1890P90-53+
The long sigh of the FrogSingle Hound 1914SH14-53+
"Lethe" in my flower1859Franklin Variorum 1998F54A+
"Lethe" in my flower1859Franklin Variorum 1998F54A+
A cap of lead across the skySingle Hound 1914SH14-54+
THANKSGIVING DAYPoems 1896P96-54+
PRAYERPoems 1891P91-54+
If I should die,1858Johnson Poems 1955J54+
A little road not made of man,Poems 1890P90-54+
To venerate the simple days1859Franklin Variorum 1998F55A+
CHILDISH GRIEFSPoems 1896P96-55+
I know that he existsPoems 1891P91-55+
By Chivalries as tiny,1858Johnson Poems 1955J55+
SUMMER SHOWERPoems 1890P90-55+
I send two Sunsets --Single Hound 1914SH14-55+
I've got an arrow here1859Franklin Variorum 1998F56A+
CONSECRATIONPoems 1896P96-56+
MELODIES UNHEARDPoems 1891P91-56+
If I should cease to bring a Rose1858Johnson Poems 1955J56+
PSALM OF THE DAYPoems 1890P90-56+
Of this is Day composed --Single Hound 1914SH14-56+
I robbed the woods1859Franklin Variorum 1998F57A+
Who robbed the woods1859Franklin Variorum 1998F57B+
To venerate the simple days1858Johnson Poems 1955J57+
LOVE'S HUMILITYPoems 1896P96-57+
CALLED BACKPoems 1891P91-57+
THE SEA OF SUNSETPoems 1890P90-57+
The Hills erect their purple heads,Single Hound 1914SH14-57+
A day! Help! Help!1859Franklin Variorum 1998F58A+
LOVEPoems 1896P96-58+
Delayed till she had ceased to know --1859Susan DickinsonJohnson Poems 1955J58+
CHOICEPoems 1891P91-58+
PURPLE CLOVERPoems 1890P90-58+
Lightly stepped a yellow starSingle Hound 1914SH14-58+
Could live - did live1859Franklin Variorum 1998F59A+
SATISFIEDPoems 1896P96-59+
A little East of Jordan,1859Susan DickinsonJohnson Poems 1955J59+
THE BEEPoems 1890P90-59+
I have no life but this,Poems 1891P91-59+
The Moon upon her fluent routeSingle Hound 1914SH14-59+
If she had been the mistletoe1859Samuel BowlesFranklin Variorum 1998F60A+
If she had been the mistletoe1859Franklin Variorum 1998F60B+
WITH A FLOWERPoems 1896P96-60+
Like her the Saints retire,1859Susan DickinsonJohnson Poems 1955J60+
Your riches taught me poverty.Poems 1891P91-60+
Presentiment is that long shadow on the lawnPoems 1890P90-60+
Like some old fashioned miracleSingle Hound 1914SH14-60+
My wheel is in the dark!1859Susan DickinsonFranklin Variorum 1998F61A+
My wheel is in the dark!1859Franklin Variorum 1998F61B+
SONGPoems 1896P96-61+
Papa above!1859Susan DickinsonJohnson Poems 1955J61+
THE CONTRACTPoems 1891P91-61+
Glowing is her Bonnet,Single Hound 1914SH14-61+
As children bid the guest good-night,Poems 1890P90-61+
There's something quieter than sleep1859Franklin Variorum 1998F62A+
LOYALTYPoems 1896P96-62+
"Sown in dishonor"!1859Susan DickinsonJohnson Poems 1955J62+
THE LETTERPoems 1891P91-62+
Forever cherished be the tree,Single Hound 1914SH14-62+
Angels in the early morningPoems 1890P90-62+
I keep my pledge1859Franklin Variorum 1998F63A+
To lose thee, sweeter than to gainPoems 1896P96-63+
If pain for peace prepares1859Susan DickinsonJohnson Poems 1955J63+
The way I read a letter 's this:Poems 1891P91-63+
The Ones that disappeared are back,Single Hound 1914SH14-63+
So bashful when I spied her,Poems 1890P90-63+
Heart! We will forget him!1859Franklin Variorum 1998F64A+
Poor little heart!Poems 1896P96-64+
Some Rainbow -- coming from the Fair!1859Susan DickinsonJohnson Poems 1955J64+
Wild nights! Wild nights!Poems 1891P91-64+
Those final Creatures, -- who they are --Single Hound 1914SH14-64+
This quiet Dust was Gentlemen and Ladies,Single Hound 1914SH14-64+
TWO WORLDSPoems 1890P90-64+
Once more my now bewildered dove1859Franklin Variorum 1998F65A+
FORGOTTENPoems 1896P96-65+
I cant tell you -- but you feel it --1859Susan DickinsonJohnson Poems 1955J65+
AT HOMEPoems 1891P91-65+
'Twas comfort in her dying roomSingle Hound 1914SH14-65+
Summer begins to have the look,Single Hound 1914SH14-65+
THE MOUNTAINPoems 1890P90-65+
Baffled for just a day or two1859Elizabeth HollandFranklin Variorum 1998F66A+
Baffled for just a day or two1859Franklin Variorum 1998F66B+
A DAYPoems 1890P90-66+
I've got an arrow here;Poems 1896P96-66+
POSSESSIONPoems 1891P91-66+
So from the mould1859Susan DickinsonJohnson Poems 1955J66+
A prompt, executive Bird is the Jay,Single Hound 1914SH14-66+
Delayed till she had ceased to know1859Susan DickinsonFranklin Variorum 1998F67A+
Delayed till she had ceased to know1859Franklin Variorum 1998F67B+
The butterfly's assumption-gown,Poems 1890P90-67+
Success is counted sweetest1859T. W. HigginsonJohnson Poems 1955J67+
THE MASTERPoems 1896P96-67+
A charm invests a facePoems 1891P91-67+
Like brooms of steelSingle Hound 1914SH14-67+
Some things that fly there be1859Franklin Variorum 1998F68A+
THE WINDPoems 1890P90-68+
THE LOVERSPoems 1891P91-68+
Ambition cannot find him.1859Susan DickinsonJohnson Poems 1955J68+
Heart, we will forget him!Poems 1896P96-68+
These are the days that Reindeer loveSingle Hound 1914SH14-68+
Within my reach!1859Franklin Variorum 1998F69A+
In lands I never saw, they say,Poems 1891P91-69+
Father, I bring thee not myself,Poems 1896P96-69+
DEATH AND LIFEPoems 1890P90-69+
Low at my problem bending,1859Susan DickinsonJohnson Poems 1955J69+
Follow wise OrionSingle Hound 1914SH14-69+
So bashful when I spied her!1859Franklin Variorum 1998F70A+
We outgrow love like other thingsPoems 1896P96-70+
The moon is distant from the sea,Poems 1891P91-70+
"Arcturus" is his other name --1859Susan DickinsonJohnson Poems 1955J70+
'T was later when the summer wentPoems 1890P90-70+
In Winter, in my room,Single Hound 1914SH14-70+
My friend must be a bird1859Franklin Variorum 1998F71A+
INDIAN SUMMERPoems 1890P90-71+
Not with a club the heart is broken,Poems 1896P96-71+
He put the belt around my life,Poems 1891P91-71+
A throe upon the features --1859Susan DickinsonJohnson Poems 1955J71+
Not any sunny toneSingle Hound 1914SH14-71+
Went up a year this evening!1859Franklin Variorum 1998F72A+
WHO?Poems 1896P96-72+
THE LOST JEWELPoems 1891P91-72+
Glowing is her Bonnet,1859Susan DickinsonJohnson Poems 1955J72+
AUTUMNPoems 1890P90-72+
For Death, -- or ratherSingle Hound 1914SH14-72+
Angels in the early morning1859Franklin Variorum 1998F73A+
He touched me, so I live to knowPoems 1896P96-73+
Who never lost, are unprepared1859Susan DickinsonJohnson Poems 1955J73+
What if I say I shall not wait?Poems 1891P91-73+
BECLOUDEDPoems 1890P90-73+
Dropped into theSingle Hound 1914SH14-73+
My nosegays are for captives1859Franklin Variorum 1998F74A+
DREAMSPoems 1896P96-74+
MOTHER NATUREPoems 1891P91-74+
A Lady red -- amid the Hill1859Susan DickinsonJohnson Poems 1955J74+
THE HEMLOCKPoems 1890P90-74+
Sexton! My master's sleeping here1859Franklin Variorum 1998F75A+
NUMEN LUMENPoems 1896P96-75+
OUT OF THE MORNINGPoems 1891P91-75+
She died at play,1859Susan DickinsonJohnson Poems 1955J75+
There's a certain slant of light,Poems 1890P90-75+
The rainbow never tells me1859Franklin Variorum 1998F76A+
LONGINGPoems 1896P96-76+
At half-past three a single birdPoems 1891P91-76+
Exultation is the going1859Susan DickinsonJohnson Poems 1955J76+
One dignity delays for all,Poems 1890P90-76+
Too cold is thisSingle Hound 1914SH14-76+
One dignity delays for all1859Franklin Variorum 1998F77A+
WEDDEDPoems 1896P96-77+
DAY'S PARLORPoems 1891P91-77+
I never hear the word "escape"1859Susan DickinsonJohnson Poems 1955J77+
TOO LATEPoems 1890P90-77+
I watched her face to see which waySingle Hound 1914SH14-77+
As by the dead we love to sit1859Elizabeth HollandFranklin Variorum 1998F78A+
As by the dead we love to sit1859Franklin Variorum 1998F78B+
A poor -- torn heart -- a tattered heart --1859Susan DickinsonJohnson Poems 1955J78+
NATURE'S CHANGESPoems 1896P96-78+
THE SUN'S WOOINGPoems 1891P91-78+
ASTRA CASTRAPoems 1890P90-78+
Today or this noonSingle Hound 1914SH14-78+
New feet within my garden go1859Franklin Variorum 1998F79A+
THE TULIPPoems 1896P96-79+
I see thee better in the dark,Single Hound 1914SH14-79+
THE ROBINPoems 1891P91-79+
Going to Heaven!1859Susan DickinsonJohnson Poems 1955J79+
Safe in their alabaster chambers,Poems 1890P90-79+
I hide myself within my flower1859Franklin Variorum 1998F80A+
I hide myself within my flower1859Franklin Variorum 1998F80B+
I hide myself within my flower1859Franklin Variorum 1998F80C+
A light exists in springPoems 1896P96-80+
THE BUTTERFLY'S DAYPoems 1891P91-80+
Our lives are Swiss --1859Susan DickinsonJohnson Poems 1955J80+
On this long storm the rainbow rose,Poems 1890P90-80+
Low at my problem bending,Single Hound 1914SH14-80+
She bore it till the simple veins1859Franklin Variorum 1998F81A+
THE WAKING YEARPoems 1896P96-81+
We should not mind so small a flower --1859Susan DickinsonJohnson Poems 1955J81+
THE BLUEBIRDPoems 1891P91-81+
FROM THE CHRYSALISPoems 1890P90-81+
If pain for peace prepares,Single Hound 1914SH14-81+
We should not mind so small a flower1859Susan DickinsonFranklin Variorum 1998F82A+
We should not mind so small a flower1859Franklin Variorum 1998F82B+
TO MARCHPoems 1896P96-82+
Whose cheek is this?1859Susan DickinsonJohnson Poems 1955J82+
APRILPoems 1891P91-82+
SETTING SAILPoems 1890P90-82+
I fit for them,Single Hound 1914SH14-82+
This heart that broke so long1859Franklin Variorum 1998F83A+
MARCHPoems 1896P96-83+
Heart, not so heavy as mine1859Catherine Scott Turner AnthonJohnson Poems 1955J83+
THE SLEEPING FLOWERSPoems 1891P91-83+
Look back on time with kindly eyes,Poems 1890P90-83+
Not one by Heaven defrauded stay,Single Hound 1914SH14-83+
On such a night, or such a night1859Franklin Variorum 1998F84A+
DAWNPoems 1896P96-84+
Her breast is fit for pearls,1859Samual Bowler and Mary BowlesJohnson Poems 1955J84+
MY ROSEPoems 1891P91-84+
A train went through a burial gate,Poems 1890P90-84+
The feet of people walking homeSingle Hound 1914SH14-84+
Whose are the little beds - I asked1859Franklin Variorum 1998F85A+
We should not mind so small a flower,Single Hound 1914SH14-85+
I died for beauty, but was scarcePoems 1890P90-85+
A murmur in the trees to note,Poems 1896P96-85+
"They have not chosen me," he said,1859Samual Bowler and Mary BowlesJohnson Poems 1955J85+
THE ORIOLE'S SECRETPoems 1891P91-85+
For every bird a nest1859Franklin Variorum 1998F86A+
To the staunch Dust we safe commit thee;Single Hound 1914SH14-86+
South Winds jostle them --1859Thomas Dwight GilbertJohnson Poems 1955J86+
Morning is the place for dew,Poems 1896P96-86+
THE ORIOLEPoems 1891P91-86+
"TROUBLED ABOUT MANY THINGS."Poems 1890P90-86+
"They have not chosen me" - he said1859Mary BowlesFranklin Variorum 1998F87A+
"They have not chosen me" - he said1859Franklin Variorum 1998F87B+
To my quick ear the leaves conferred;Poems 1896P96-87+
A darting fear -- a pomp -- a tear --1859Mary HavenJohnson Poems 1955J87+
IN SHADOWPoems 1891P91-87+
REALPoems 1890P90-87+
Her "Last Poems"--Single Hound 1914SH14-87+
Heart not so heavy as mine1859Catherine Scott Turner AnthonFranklin Variorum 1998F88A+
Heart not so heavy as mine1859Mary BowlesFranklin Variorum 1998F88B+
Heart not so heavy as mine1859Franklin Variorum 1998F88C+
THE HUMMING-BIRD.Poems 1891P91-88+
A ROSEPoems 1896P96-88+
As by the dead we love to sit,1859Josiah Holland and Elizabeth HollandJohnson Poems 1955J88+
THE FUNERALPoems 1890P90-88+
Immured in Heaven! What a Cell!Single Hound 1914SH14-88+
Soul, wilt thou toss again?1859Franklin Variorum 1998F89A+
High from the earth I heard a bird;Poems 1896P96-89+
Some things that fly there be --1859Johnson Poems 1955J89+
SECRETSPoems 1891P91-89+
I went to thank her,Poems 1890P90-89+
I'm thinking of that other morn,Single Hound 1914SH14-89+
An altered look about the hills1859Franklin Variorum 1998F90A+
COBWEBSPoems 1896P96-90+
Who robbed the woods,Poems 1891P91-90+
Within my reach!1859Johnson Poems 1955J90+
I've seen a dying eyePoems 1890P90-90+
The overtakelessness of thoseSingle Hound 1914SH14-90+
Some too fragile for winter winds1859Franklin Variorum 1998F91A+
A WELLPoems 1896P96-91+
So bashful when I spied her!1859Johnson Poems 1955J91+
TWO VOYAGERSPoems 1891P91-91+
REFUGEPoems 1890P90-91+
The Look of Thee, what is it like?Single Hound 1914SH14-91+
Perhaps you'd like to buy a flower1859Franklin Variorum 1998F92A+
Devil, had he fidelity,Single Hound 1914SH14-92+
To make a prairie it takes a clover and one bee,Poems 1896P96-92+
My friend must be a Bird --1859Johnson Poems 1955J92+
BY THE SEAPoems 1891P91-92+
I never saw a moor,Poems 1890P90-92+
Water is taught by thirst1859Franklin Variorum 1998F93A+
PLAYMATESPoems 1890P90-93+
THE WINDPoems 1896P96-93+
Went up a year this evening!1859Johnson Poems 1955J93+
OLD-FASHIONED.Poems 1891P91-93+
Papa above!Single Hound 1914SH14-93+
Have you got a brook in your little heart1859Franklin Variorum 1998F94A+
Not when we knowSingle Hound 1914SH14-94+
To know just how he suffered would be dear;Poems 1890P90-94+
A dew sufficed itselfPoems 1896P96-94+
Angels, in the early morning1859Johnson Poems 1955J94+
A TEMPESTPoems 1891P91-94+
Flowers - Well - if anybody1859UnidentifiedFranklin Variorum 1998F95A+
Flowers - Well - if anybody1859Franklin Variorum 1998F95B+
My nosegays are for Captives --1859Johnson Poems 1955J95+
THE WOODPECKERPoems 1896P96-95+
THE SEAPoems 1891P91-95+
The last night that she lived,Poems 1890P90-95+
Elijah's wagon knew no thill,Single Hound 1914SH14-95+
Pigmy seraphs gone astray1859Susan DickinsonFranklin Variorum 1998F96A+
Pigmy seraphs gone astray1859Franklin Variorum 1998F96B+
"Remember me," implored the Thief --Single Hound 1914SH14-96+
A SNAKEPoems 1896P96-96+
Sexton! My Master's sleeping here.1859Johnson Poems 1955J96+
IN THE GARDENPoems 1891P91-96+
THE FIRST LESSONPoems 1890P90-96+
"Good night," because we must!1859Samuel BowlesFranklin Variorum 1998F97A+
"Good night," because we must!1859Franklin Variorum 1998F97B+
Could I but ride indefinite,Poems 1896P96-97+
The rainbow never tells me1859Johnson Poems 1955J97+
THE SNAKEPoems 1891P91-97+
The bustle in a housePoems 1890P90-97+
To this apartment deepSingle Hound 1914SH14-97+
South winds jostle them1859Louise and Frances NorcrossFranklin Variorum 1998F98A+
South winds jostle them1859Thomas Dwight GilbertFranklin Variorum 1998F98B+
South winds jostle them1859Franklin Variorum 1998F98C+
South winds jostle them1859Franklin Variorum 1998F98D+
South winds jostle them1859T. W. HigginsonFranklin Variorum 1998F98E+
"Sown in dishonor?"Single Hound 1914SH14-98+
One dignity delays for all --1859Johnson Poems 1955J98+
THE MOONPoems 1896P96-98+
THE MUSHROOMPoems 1891P91-98+
I reason, earth is short,Poems 1890P90-98+
Low at my problem bending1859Susan DickinsonFranklin Variorum 1998F99A+
Low at my problem bending1859Franklin Variorum 1998F99B+
Who is it seeks my pillow nights?Single Hound 1914SH14-99+
THE BATPoems 1896P96-99+
New feet within my garden go --1859Johnson Poems 1955J99+
THE STORMPoems 1891P91-99+
Afraid? Of whom am I afraid?Poems 1890P90-99+
What inn is this1859Franklin Variorum 1998F100A+
His Cheek is his Biographer --Single Hound 1914SH14-100+
A science -- so the Savans say,1859Johnson Poems 1955J100+
THE BALLOONPoems 1896P96-100+
THE SPIDERPoems 1891P91-100+
DYINGPoems 1890P90-100+
I had some things that I called mine1859Franklin Variorum 1998F101A+
"Heavenly Father," take to theeSingle Hound 1914SH14-101+
EVENINGPoems 1896P96-101+
Will there really be a "Morning"?1859Johnson Poems 1955J101+
I know a place where summer strivesPoems 1891P91-101+
Two swimmers wrestled on the sparPoems 1890P90-101+
In rags mysterious as these1859Franklin Variorum 1998F102A+
The sweets of Pillage can be knownSingle Hound 1914SH14-102+
The one that could repeat the summer dayPoems 1891P91-102+
COCOONPoems 1896P96-102+
Great Caesar! Condescend1859Johnson Poems 1955J102+
THE CHARIOTPoems 1890P90-102+
My friend attacks my friend!1859Franklin Variorum 1998F103A+
A little over Jordan,Single Hound 1914SH14-103+
SUNSETPoems 1896P96-103+
I have a King, who does not speak --1859Johnson Poems 1955J103+
THE WlND'S VISIT.Poems 1891P91-103+
She went as quiet as the dewPoems 1890P90-103+
A something in a summer's day1859Franklin Variorum 1998F104A+
AURORAPoems 1896P96-104+
Where I have lost, I softer tread --1859Johnson Poems 1955J104+
Nature rarer uses yellowPoems 1891P91-104+
Dust is the only secret,Single Hound 1914SH14-104+
RESURGAMPoems 1890P90-104+
A throe opon the features1859Susan DickinsonFranklin Variorum 1998F105A+
A throe opon the features1859Franklin Variorum 1998F105B+
Ambition cannot find him,Single Hound 1914SH14-105+
THE COMING OF NIGHTPoems 1896P96-105+
To hang our head -- ostensibly --1859Johnson Poems 1955J105+
GOSSIPPoems 1891P91-105+
Except to heaven, she is nought;Poems 1890P90-105+
Glowing is her bonnet1859Susan DickinsonFranklin Variorum 1998F106A+
Glowing is her bonnet1859Franklin Variorum 1998F106B+
AFTERMATHPoems 1896P96-106+
Death is a dialogue betweenPoems 1890P90-106+
Eden is that old fashioned HouseSingle Hound 1914SH14-106+
The Daisy follows soft the Sun --1859Johnson Poems 1955J106+
SIMPLICITYPoems 1891P91-106+
Many cross the Rhine1859Franklin Variorum 1998F107A+
It was too late for man,Poems 1890P90-107+
This world is not conclusion;Poems 1896P96-107+
Candor, my tepid Friend,Single Hound 1914SH14-107+
'Twas such a little -- little boat1859Johnson Poems 1955J107+
STORMPoems 1891P91-107+
In lands I never saw - they say1859Franklin Variorum 1998F108A+
ALONG THE POTOMACPoems 1890P90-108+
Speech is a sympton of affection,Single Hound 1914SH14-108+
We learn in the retreatingPoems 1896P96-108+
Surgeons must be very careful1859Johnson Poems 1955J108+
THE RATPoems 1891P91-108+
For each extatic instant1859Franklin Variorum 1998F109A+
The daisy follows soft the sun,Poems 1890P90-109+
They say that 'time assuages,'Poems 1896P96-109+
By a flower -- By a letter --1859Johnson Poems 1955J109+
Frequently the woods are pink,Poems 1891P91-109+
Who were "the Father and the Son"Single Hound 1914SH14-109+
So from the mould1859Susan DickinsonFranklin Variorum 1998F110A+
So from the mould1859Franklin Variorum 1998F110B+
That Love is all there is,Single Hound 1914SH14-110+
EMANCIPATIONPoems 1890P90-110+
We cover thee, sweet face.Poems 1896P96-110+
Artists wrestled here!1859Johnson Poems 1955J110+
A THUNDER-STORM.Poems 1891P91-110+
Artists wrestled here!1859Franklin Variorum 1998F111A+
LOSTPoems 1890P90-111+
WITH FLOWERSPoems 1891P91-111+
ENDINGPoems 1896P96-111+
The Bee is not afraid of me.1859Johnson Poems 1955J111+
Success is counted sweetest1859Susan DickinsonFranklin Variorum 1998F112A+
Success is counted sweetest1859UnidentifiedFranklin Variorum 1998F112B+
Success is counted sweetest1859Franklin Variorum 1998F112C+
Success is counted sweetest1859T. W. HigginsonFranklin Variorum 1998F112D+
The Sea said "Come" to the Brook,Single Hound 1914SH14-112+
If I shouldn't be alivePoems 1890P90-112+
The stimulus, beyond the gravePoems 1896P96-112+
Where bells no more affright the morn --1859Johnson Poems 1955J112+
SUNSETPoems 1891P91-112+
The bee is not afraid of me1859Franklin Variorum 1998F113A+
All I may, if small,Single Hound 1914SH14-113+
Sleep is supposed to be,Poems 1890P90-113+
Given in marriage unto thee,Poems 1896P96-113+
Our share of night to bear --1859Johnson Poems 1955J113+
She sweeps with many-colored brooms,Poems 1891P91-113+
Where bells no more affright the morn1859Franklin Variorum 1998F114A+
Love reckons by itself alone,Single Hound 1914SH14-114+
I shall know why, when time is over,Poems 1890P90-114+
That such have died enables usPoems 1896P96-114+
Good night, because we must,1859Johnson Poems 1955J114+
Like mighty footlights burned the redPoems 1891P91-114+
Ambition cannot find him1859Susan DickinsonFranklin Variorum 1998F115A+
Ambition cannot find him1859Franklin Variorum 1998F115B+
The inundation of the SpringSingle Hound 1914SH14-115+
I never lost as much but twice,Poems 1890P90-115+
What Inn is this1859Johnson Poems 1955J115+
They won't frown always, some sweet dayPoems 1896P96-115+
PROBLEMSPoems 1891P91-115+
Our share of night to bear1859Franklin Variorum 1998F116A+
I had some things that I called mine --1859Johnson Poems 1955J116+
No Autumn's intercepting chillSingle Hound 1914SH14-116+
IMMORTALITYPoems 1896P96-116+
THE JUGGLER OF DAYPoems 1891P91-116+
"Arcturus" is his other name1859Susan DickinsonFranklin Variorum 1998F117A+
"Arcturus" is his other name1859Franklin Variorum 1998F117B+
In rags mysterious as these1859Johnson Poems 1955J117+
Volcanoes be in SicilySingle Hound 1914SH14-117+
The distance that the dead have gonePoems 1896P96-117+
MY CRICKETPoems 1891P91-117+
Talk with prudence to a beggar1859Franklin Variorum 1998F118A+
Distance is not the realm of Fox,Single Hound 1914SH14-118+
My friend attacks my friend!1859Johnson Poems 1955J118+
How dare the robins sing,Poems 1896P96-118+
As imperceptibly as griefPoems 1891P91-118+
If this is "fading"1859Franklin Variorum 1998F119A+
The treason of an accentSingle Hound 1914SH14-119+
It can't be summer, that got through;Poems 1891P91-119+
DEATHPoems 1896P96-119+
Talk with prudence to a Beggar1859Johnson Poems 1955J119+
As watchers hang opon the east1859Susan DickinsonFranklin Variorum 1998F120A+
As watchers hang opon the east1859Franklin Variorum 1998F120B+
How destitute is heSingle Hound 1914SH14-120+
If this is "fading"1859Johnson Poems 1955J120+
UNWARNEDPoems 1896P96-120+
SUMMER'S OBSEQUIESPoems 1891P91-120+
Her breast is fit for pearls1859Susan DickinsonFranklin Variorum 1998F121A+
Her breast is fit for pearls1859Franklin Variorum 1998F121B+
Crisis is sweet and, set the HeartSingle Hound 1914SH14-121+
As Watchers hang upon the East,1859Johnson Poems 1955J121+
Each that we lose takes part of us;Poems 1896P96-121+
FRINGED GENTIANPoems 1891P91-121+
These are the days when birds come back1859Susan DickinsonFranklin Variorum 1998F122A+
These are the days when birds come back1859UnidentifiedFranklin Variorum 1998F122B+
These are the days when birds come back1859Franklin Variorum 1998F122C+
These are the days when birds come back1859Franklin Variorum 1998F122D+
To tell the beauty would decrease,Single Hound 1914SH14-122+
Not any higher stands the gravePoems 1896P96-122+
A something in a summer's Day1859Johnson Poems 1955J122+
NOVEMBERPoems 1891P91-122+
Besides the autumn poets sing1859Susan DickinsonFranklin Variorum 1998F123A+
Besides the autumn poets sing1859Franklin Variorum 1998F123B+
To love thee, year by year,Single Hound 1914SH14-123+
ASLEEPPoems 1896P96-123+
Many cross the Rhine1859Johnson Poems 1955J123+
THE SNOWPoems 1891P91-123+
Safe in their alabaster chambers1859Franklin Variorum 1998F124A+
Safe in their alabaster chambers1859Franklin Variorum 1998F124B+
Safe in their alabaster chambers1859Susan DickinsonFranklin Variorum 1998F124C+
Safe in their alabaster chambers1859Franklin Variorum 1998F124D+
Safe in their alabaster chambers1859Franklin Variorum 1998F124E+
Safe in their alabaster chambers1859T. W. HigginsonFranklin Variorum 1998F124F+
Safe in their alabaster chambers1859Franklin Variorum 1998F124G+
THE SPIRITPoems 1896P96-124+
In lands I never saw -- they say1859Johnson Poems 1955J124+
THE BLUE JAYPoems 1891P91-124+
I showed her heights she never saw --Single Hound 1914SH14-124+
A poor - torn heart - a tattered heart1859Susan DickinsonFranklin Variorum 1998F125A+
A poor - torn heart - a tattered heart1859Franklin Variorum 1998F125B+
On my volcano grows the grass, --Single Hound 1914SH14-125+
THE MONUMENTPoems 1896P96-125+
For each extatic instant1859Johnson Poems 1955J125+
Let down the bars, O Death!Poems 1891P91-125+
I bring an unaccustomed wine1859Franklin Variorum 1998F126A+
If I could tell how glad I was,Single Hound 1914SH14-126+
Bless God, he went as soldiers,Poems 1896P96-126+
To fight aloud, is very brave --1859Johnson Poems 1955J126+
Going to heaven!Poems 1891P91-126+
As children bid the guest "Good night"1859Franklin Variorum 1998F127A+
'Houses' -- so the Wise Men tell me --1859Johnson Poems 1955J127+
Immortal is an ample wordPoems 1896P96-127+
At least to pray is left, is left.Poems 1891P91-127+
Her Grace is all she has,Single Hound 1914SH14-127+
Going to heaven!1859Susan DickinsonFranklin Variorum 1998F128A+
Going to heaven!1859Franklin Variorum 1998F128B+
No matter where the Saints abide,Single Hound 1914SH14-128+
Where every bird is bold to go,Poems 1896P96-128+
Bring me the sunset in a cup,1859Johnson Poems 1955J128+
EPITAPHPoems 1891P91-128+
Our lives are Swiss1859Susan DickinsonFranklin Variorum 1998F129A+
Our lives are Swiss1859Franklin Variorum 1998F129B+
To see her is a picture,Single Hound 1914SH14-129+
The grave my little cottage is,Poems 1896P96-129+
Cocoon above! Cocoon below!1859Johnson Poems 1955J129+
Morns like these we parted;Poems 1891P91-129+
"Mama" never forgets her birds1860Louise and Frances Norcross (Louise)Franklin Variorum 1998F130A+
So set its sun in thee,Single Hound 1914SH14-130+
These are the days when Birds come back --1859Johnson Poems 1955J130+
This was in the white of the year,Poems 1896P96-130+
A death-blow is a life-blow to somePoems 1891P91-130+
Tho' my destiny be fustian1860Elizabeth HollandFranklin Variorum 1998F131A+
Tho' my destiny be fustian1860Franklin Variorum 1998F131B+
Had this one day not been,Single Hound 1914SH14-131+
Sweet hours have perished here;Poems 1896P96-131+
Besides the Autumn poets sing1859Johnson Poems 1955J131+
I read my sentence steadily,Poems 1891P91-131+
Just lost, when I was saved!1860Susan DickinsonFranklin Variorum 1998F132A+
Just lost, when I was saved!1860Franklin Variorum 1998F132B+
That she forgot me was the least,Single Hound 1914SH14-132+
I bring an unaccustomed wine1859Johnson Poems 1955J132+
I bring an unaccustomed wine1859Johnson Poems 1955J132+
Me! Come! My dazzled facePoems 1896P96-132+
I have not told my garden yet,Poems 1891P91-132+
Mute thy coronation1860Franklin Variorum 1998F133A+
The incidents of LoveSingle Hound 1914SH14-133+
As Children bid the Guest "Good Night"1859Johnson Poems 1955J133+
INVISIBLEPoems 1896P96-133+
THE BATTLE-FIELD.Poems 1891P91-133+
Did the harebell loose her girdle1860Franklin Variorum 1998F134A+
I wish I knew that woman's name,Poems 1896P96-134+
Perhaps you'd like to buy a flower,1859Johnson Poems 1955J134+
Just so, Jesus raps -- He does not weary -Single Hound 1914SH14-134+
The only ghost I ever sawPoems 1891P91-134+
A little bread - a crust - a crumb1860Susan DickinsonFranklin Variorum 1998F135A+
A little bread - a crust - a crumb1860Franklin Variorum 1998F135B+
Safe Despair it is that raves,Single Hound 1914SH14-135+
Water, is taught by thirst.1859Johnson Poems 1955J135+
TRYING TO FORGETPoems 1896P96-135+
Some, too fragile for winter winds,Poems 1891P91-135+
Who never lost is unprepared1860Susan DickinsonFranklin Variorum 1998F136A+
Who never lost are unprepared1860Franklin Variorum 1998F136B+
I felt a funeral in my brain,Poems 1896P96-136+
Have you got a Brook in your little heart,1859Johnson Poems 1955J136+
The Face we choose to miss,Single Hound 1914SH14-136+
As by the dead we love to sit,Poems 1891P91-136+
A lady red amid the hill1860Susan DickinsonFranklin Variorum 1998F137A+
A lady red amid the hill1860Franklin Variorum 1998F137B+
I meant to find her when I came;Poems 1896P96-137+
Of so divine a lossSingle Hound 1914SH14-137+
Flowers -- Well -- if anybody1859Johnson Poems 1955J137+
MEMORIALSPoems 1891P91-137+
To fight aloud is very brave1860Franklin Variorum 1998F138A+
The healed Heart shows its shallow scarSingle Hound 1914SH14-138+
WAITINGPoems 1896P96-138+
Pigmy seraphs -- gone astray --1859Johnson Poems 1955J138+
I went to heaven,Poems 1891P91-138+
'Houses' - so the wise men tell me1860Franklin Variorum 1998F139A+
To pile like Thunder to its close,Single Hound 1914SH14-139+
A sickness of this world it most occasionsPoems 1896P96-139+
Soul, Wilt thou toss again?1859Johnson Poems 1955J139+
Their height in heaven comforts not,Poems 1891P91-139+
Bring me the sunset in a cup1860Susan DickinsonFranklin Variorum 1998F140A+
Bring me the sunset in a cup1860Franklin Variorum 1998F140B+
The Stars are old, that stood for me --Single Hound 1914SH14-140+
Superfluous were the sunPoems 1896P96-140+
An altered look about the hills --1859Johnson Poems 1955J140+
There is a shame of noblenessPoems 1891P91-140+
She died at play1860Susan DickinsonFranklin Variorum 1998F141A+
She died at play1860Franklin Variorum 1998F141B+
TRIUMPHPoems 1891P91-141+
Some, too fragile for winter winds1859Johnson Poems 1955J141+
So proud she was to diePoems 1896P96-141+
All circumstances are the frameSingle Hound 1914SH14-141+
Cocoon above! Cocoon below!1860Franklin Variorum 1998F142A+
Pompless no life can pass away;Poems 1891P91-142+
Whose are the little beds, I asked1859Johnson Poems 1955J142+
I did not reach thee,Single Hound 1914SH14-142+
FAREWELLPoems 1896P96-142+
Exultation is the going1860Susan DickinsonFranklin Variorum 1998F143A+
Exultation is the going1860Franklin Variorum 1998F143B+
The dying need but little, dear,Poems 1896P96-143+
For every Bird a Nest --1859Johnson Poems 1955J143+
I noticed people disappeared,Poems 1891P91-143+
I never hear the word "Escape"1860Susan DickinsonFranklin Variorum 1998F144A+
I never hear the word "Escape"1860Franklin Variorum 1998F144B+
FOLLOWINGPoems 1891P91-144+
She bore it till the simple veins1859Johnson Poems 1955J144+
DEADPoems 1896P96-144+
A little over Jordan1860Susan DickinsonFranklin Variorum 1998F145A+
A little east of Jordan1860Franklin Variorum 1998F145B+
If anybody's friend be dead,Poems 1891P91-145+
This heart that broke so long --1859Johnson Poems 1955J145+
The soul should always stand ajar,Poems 1896P96-145+
All overgrown by cunning moss1860Franklin Variorum 1998F146A+
On such a night, or such a night,1859Johnson Poems 1955J146+
THE JOURNEYPoems 1891P91-146+
Three weeks passed since I had seen her,Poems 1896P96-146+
A science - so the savans say1860Franklin Variorum 1998F147A+
A COUNTRY BURIALPoems 1891P91-147+
Bless God, he went as soldiers,1859Johnson Poems 1955J147+
I breathed enough to learn the trick,Poems 1896P96-147+
Will there really be a "morning"?1860Franklin Variorum 1998F148A+
GOINGPoems 1891P91-148+
All overgrown by cunning moss,1859Johnson Poems 1955J148+
I wonder if the sepulchrePoems 1896P96-148+
Great Caesar! Condescend1860Franklin Variorum 1998F149A+
Essential oils are wrung:Poems 1891P91-149+
JOY IN DEATHPoems 1896P96-149+
She went as quiet as the Dew1859Johnson Poems 1955J149+
Like her the saints retire1860Susan DickinsonFranklin Variorum 1998F150A+
Like her the saints retire1860Franklin Variorum 1998F150B+
I lived on dread; to those who knowPoems 1891P91-150+
If I may have it when it's deadPoems 1896P96-150+
She died -- this was the way she died.1859Johnson Poems 1955J150+
Papa above!1860Susan DickinsonFranklin Variorum 1998F151A+
Papa above!1860Franklin Variorum 1998F151B+
If I should die,Poems 1891P91-151+
Mute thy Coronation --1859Johnson Poems 1955J151+
Before the ice is in the pools,Poems 1896P96-151+
'Twas such a little - little boat1860Franklin Variorum 1998F152A+
AT LENGTHPoems 1891P91-152+
The Sun kept stooping -- stooping -- low!1860Susan DickinsonJohnson Poems 1955J152+
DYINGPoems 1896P96-152+
"Sown in dishonor"!1860Susan DickinsonFranklin Variorum 1998F153A+
"Sown in dishonor"!1860Franklin Variorum 1998F153B+
GHOSTSPoems 1891P91-153+
Dust is the only Secret --1860Susan DickinsonJohnson Poems 1955J153+
Adrift! A little boat adrift!Poems 1896P96-153+
She died - this was the way she died1860Franklin Variorum 1998F154A+
Except to Heaven, she is nought.1860Susan DickinsonJohnson Poems 1955J154+
VANISHEDPoems 1891P91-154+
There's been a death in the opposite housePoems 1896P96-154+
If pain for peace prepares1860Susan DickinsonFranklin Variorum 1998F155A+
If pain for peace prepares1860Franklin Variorum 1998F155B+
PRECEDENCEPoems 1891P91-155+
The Murmur of a Bee1860Susan DickinsonJohnson Poems 1955J155+
We never know we go, when we are goingPoems 1896P96-155+
Surgeons must be very careful1860Franklin Variorum 1998F156A+
GONEPoems 1891P91-156+
You love me -- you are sure --1860Susan DickinsonJohnson Poems 1955J156+
THE SOUL'S STORMPoems 1896P96-156+
I have a king who does not speak1860Franklin Variorum 1998F157A+
REQUIEMPoems 1891P91-157+
Musicians wrestle everywhere --1860Susan DickinsonJohnson Poems 1955J157+
Water is taught by thirst;Poems 1896P96-157+
Where I have lost I softer tread1860Franklin Variorum 1998F158A+
What inn is thisPoems 1891P91-158+
Dying! Dying in the night!1860Susan DickinsonJohnson Poems 1955J158+
THIRSTPoems 1896P96-158+
She went as quiet as the dew1860Franklin Variorum 1998F159A+
It was not death, for I stood up,Poems 1891P91-159+
A little Bread -- a crust -- a crumb --1860Susan DickinsonJohnson Poems 1955J159+
A clock stopped not the mantel's;Poems 1896P96-159+
To hang our head ostensibly1860Franklin Variorum 1998F160A+
TILL THE ENDPoems 1891P91-160+
Just lost, when I was saved!1860Susan DickinsonJohnson Poems 1955J160+
CHARLOTTE BRONT'S GRAVE.Poems 1896P96-160+
The daisy follows soft the sun1860Franklin Variorum 1998F161A+
VOIDPoems 1891P91-161+
A feather from the Whippowil1860Samual Bowler and Mary BowlesJohnson Poems 1955J161+
A toad can die of light!Poems 1896P96-161+
Some rainbow coming from the fair!1860Susan DickinsonFranklin Variorum 1998F162A+
Some rainbow coming from the fair!1860Franklin Variorum 1998F162B+
My River runs to thee --1860Samual Bowler and Mary BowlesJohnson Poems 1955J162+
A throe upon the featuresPoems 1891P91-162+
Far from love the Heavenly FatherPoems 1896P96-162+
By a flower - by a letter1860Franklin Variorum 1998F163A+
SAVEDPoems 1891P91-163+
Tho' my destiny be Fustian --1860Josiah Holland and Elizabeth HollandJohnson Poems 1955J163+
SLEEPINGPoems 1896P96-163+
I cant tell you, but you feel it1860Susan DickinsonFranklin Variorum 1998F164A+
I cant tell you, but you feel it1860Franklin Variorum 1998F164B+
Mama never forgets her birds,1860Louise and Frances NorcrossJohnson Poems 1955J164+
I think just how my shape will risePoems 1891P91-164+
RETROSPECTPoems 1896P96-164+
I have never seen 'volcanoes'1860Franklin Variorum 1998F165A+
THE FORGOTTEN GRAVEPoems 1891P91-165+
A Wounded Deer -- leaps highest --1860Johnson Poems 1955J165+
ETERNITYPoems 1896P96-165+
Dust is the only secret1860Susan DickinsonFranklin Variorum 1998F166A+
Dust is the only secret1860Franklin Variorum 1998F166B+
Lay this laurel on the onePoems 1891P91-166+
I met a King this afternoon!1860Johnson Poems 1955J166+
I'm the little "Heart's Ease"!1860Franklin Variorum 1998F167A+
To learn the Transport by the Pain --1860Johnson Poems 1955J167+
Ah, necromancy sweet!1860Franklin Variorum 1998F168A+
If the foolish, call them "flowers" --1860Johnson Poems 1955J168+
Wait till the majesty of death1860Franklin Variorum 1998F169A+
In Ebon Box, when years have flown1860Johnson Poems 1955J169+
'Tis so much joy! 'Tis so much joy!1860Franklin Variorum 1998F170A+
Portraits are to daily faces1860Johnson Poems 1955J170+
A fuzzy fellow without feet1860Franklin Variorum 1998F171A+
Wait till the Majesty of Death1860Johnson Poems 1955J171+
At last to be identified!1860Franklin Variorum 1998F172A+
At last to be identified!1860Franklin Variorum 1998F172B+
'Tis so much joy! 'Tis so much joy!1860Johnson Poems 1955J172+
Except to heaven she is nought1860Susan DickinsonFranklin Variorum 1998F173A+
Except to heaven she is nought1860Franklin Variorum 1998F173B+
A fuzzy fellow, without feet,1860Johnson Poems 1955J173+
Pictures are to daily faces1860Franklin Variorum 1998F174A+
Portraits are to daily faces1860Franklin Variorum 1998F174B+
At last, to be identified!1860Johnson Poems 1955J174+
I cautious scanned my little life1860Franklin Variorum 1998F175A+
I have never seen 'Volcanoes' --1860Johnson Poems 1955J175+
If I could bribe them by a rose1860Franklin Variorum 1998F176A+
I'm the little "Heart's Ease"!1860Johnson Poems 1955J176+
As if some little Arctic flower1860Franklin Variorum 1998F177A+
Ah, Necromancy Sweet!1860Johnson Poems 1955J177+
To learn the transport thro' the pain1860Susan DickinsonFranklin Variorum 1998F178A+
To learn the transport by the pain1860Franklin Variorum 1998F178B+
I cautious, scanned my little life --1860Johnson Poems 1955J178+
If the foolish call them "flowers"1860Franklin Variorum 1998F179A+
If I could bribe them by a Rose1860Johnson Poems 1955J179+
In ebon box when years have flown1860Franklin Variorum 1998F180A+
As if some little Arctic flower1860Johnson Poems 1955J180+
A wounded deer leaps highest1860Susan DickinsonFranklin Variorum 1998F181B+
I lost a World -- the other day!1860Johnson Poems 1955J181+
The sun kept stooping - stooping - low!1860Susan DickinsonFranklin Variorum 1998F182A+
The sun kept stooping - stooping - low!1860Franklin Variorum 1998F182B+
If I should'nt be alive1860Johnson Poems 1955J182+
I met a king this afternoon!1860Franklin Variorum 1998F183A+
I've heard an Organ talk, sometimes --1860Johnson Poems 1955J183+
If it had no pencil1861Samuel BowlesFranklin Variorum 1998F184A+
A transport one cannot contain1860Johnson Poems 1955J184+
A wife at daybreak I shall be1861Franklin Variorum 1998F185A+
A wife at daybreak I shall be1861Franklin Variorum 1998F185B+
A wife at daybreak I shall be1861Franklin Variorum 1998F185C+
"Faith" is a fine invention1860Samual Bowler and Mary BowlesJohnson Poems 1955J185+
The juggler's hat her country is1861Samuel BowlesFranklin Variorum 1998F186A+
What shall I do -- it whimpers so --1860Johnson Poems 1955J186+
Through the straight pass of suffering1861Susan DickinsonFranklin Variorum 1998F187A+
Through the straight pass of suffering1861Samuel BowlesFranklin Variorum 1998F187B+
Through the straight pass of suffering1861Franklin Variorum 1998F187C+
How many times these low feet staggered --1860Johnson Poems 1955J187+
Could I - then - shut the door1861Susan DickinsonFranklin Variorum 1998F188A+
Make me a picture of the sun --1860Johnson Poems 1955J188+
Is it true, dear Sue?1861Susan DickinsonFranklin Variorum 1998F189A+
It's such a little thing to weep --1860Johnson Poems 1955J189+
No rose, yet felt myself a'bloom1861[Master. Unidentified.]Franklin Variorum 1998F190A+
He was weak, and I was strong -- then --1860Johnson Poems 1955J190+
"Morning" means "milking" to the farmer1861Susan DickinsonFranklin Variorum 1998F191A+
"Morning" means "milking" to the farmer1861Franklin Variorum 1998F191B+
The Skies cant keep their secret!1860Johnson Poems 1955J191+
'Tis anguish grander than delight1861Susan DickinsonFranklin Variorum 1998F192A+
'Tis anguish grander than delight1861Franklin Variorum 1998F192B+
Poor little Heart!1860Johnson Poems 1955J192+
Speech is a prank of parliament1861Samuel BowlesFranklin Variorum 1998F193A+
Speech is a prank of parliament1861Louise and Frances NorcrossFranklin Variorum 1998F193B+
I shall know why -- when Time is over --1860Johnson Poems 1955J193+
Title divine is mine!1861Samuel BowlesFranklin Variorum 1998F194A+
Title divine is mine!1861Susan DickinsonFranklin Variorum 1998F194B+
On this long storm the Rainbow rose --1860Johnson Poems 1955J194+
Victory comes late1861Samuel BowlesFranklin Variorum 1998F195A+
Victory comes late1861Franklin Variorum 1998F195B+
For this -- accepted Breath --1860Samual Bowler and Mary BowlesJohnson Poems 1955J195+
I'll send the feather from my hat!1861Samuel BowlesFranklin Variorum 1998F196A+
We dont cry -- Tim and I,1860Johnson Poems 1955J196+
Jesus! thy crucifix1861Samuel BowlesFranklin Variorum 1998F197A+
Jesus! thy crucifix1861Franklin Variorum 1998F197B+
Morning -- is the place for Dew --1860Johnson Poems 1955J197+
Teach him when he makes the names1861Mary BowlesFranklin Variorum 1998F198A+
An awful Tempest mashed the air --1860Johnson Poems 1955J198+
Tho' I get home how late - how late1861Franklin Variorum 1998F199A+
I'm "wife" -- I've finished that --1860Johnson Poems 1955J199+
The rose did caper on her cheek1861Franklin Variorum 1998F200A+
I stole them from a Bee --1860Samual Bowler and Mary BowlesJohnson Poems 1955J200+
With thee in the desert1861Franklin Variorum 1998F201A+
Two swimmers wrestled on the spar --1860Johnson Poems 1955J201+
Faith is a fine invention1861Samuel BowlesFranklin Variorum 1998F202A+
Faith is a fine invention1861Franklin Variorum 1998F202B+
Faith is a fine invention1861Franklin Variorum 1998F202C+
My Eye is fuller than my vase --1860Johnson Poems 1955J202+
The thought beneath so slight a film1861Franklin Variorum 1998F203A+
He forgot -- and I -- remembered --1860Johnson Poems 1955J203+
I'll tell you how the sun rose1861Franklin Variorum 1998F204A+
I'll tell you how the sun rose1861T. W. HigginsonFranklin Variorum 1998F204B+
A slash of Blue -- A sweep of Gray --1860Johnson Poems 1955J204+
Come slowly - Eden!1861Franklin Variorum 1998F205A+
I should not dare to leave my friend,1860Johnson Poems 1955J205+
Least rivers docile to some sea1861Franklin Variorum 1998F206A+
The Flower must not blame the Bee --1860Johnson Poems 1955J206+
I taste a liquor never brewed1861[Susan Dickinson]Franklin Variorum 1998F207A+
I taste a liquor never brewed1861Franklin Variorum 1998F207B+
Tho' I get home how late -- how late --1860Johnson Poems 1955J207+
A feather from the whippowil1861Samuel BowlesFranklin Variorum 1998F208A+
A feather from the whippowil1861Franklin Variorum 1998F208B+
The Rose did caper on her cheek --1860Johnson Poems 1955J208+
I lost a world the other day!1861Franklin Variorum 1998F209A+
With thee, in the Desert --1860Johnson Poems 1955J209+
If I should'nt be alive1861Franklin Variorum 1998F210A+
The thought beneath so slight a film --1860Johnson Poems 1955J210+
I've heard an organ talk sometimes1861Franklin Variorum 1998F211A+
Come slowly -- Eden!1860Johnson Poems 1955J211+
A transport one cannot contain1861Franklin Variorum 1998F212A+
Least Rivers -- docile to some sea.1860Johnson Poems 1955J212+
The skies cant keep their secret!1861Franklin Variorum 1998F213A+
Did the Harebell loose her girdle1860Johnson Poems 1955J213+
Poor little heart!1861Franklin Variorum 1998F214A+
I taste a liquor never brewed --1860Johnson Poems 1955J214+
I shall know why when time is over1861Franklin Variorum 1998F215A+
What is -- "Paradise" --1860Johnson Poems 1955J215+
On this long storm the rainbow rose1861Franklin Variorum 1998F216A+
Safe in their Alabaster Chambers --1859T. W. HigginsonJohnson Poems 1955J216+
The murmur of a bee1861Franklin Variorum 1998F217A+
The bumble of a bee1861Susan DickinsonFranklin Variorum 1998F217B+
Savior! I've no one else to tell --1861Susan DickinsonJohnson Poems 1955J217+
You love me - you are sure1861Franklin Variorum 1998F218A+
Is it true, dear Sue?1861Susan DickinsonJohnson Poems 1955J218+
My river runs to thee1861Franklin Variorum 1998F219A+
My river runs to thee1861Franklin Variorum 1998F219B+
My river runs to thee1861Mary BowlesFranklin Variorum 1998F219C+
She sweeps with many -- colored Brooms --1861Susan DickinsonJohnson Poems 1955J219+
It's such a little thing to weep1861Franklin Variorum 1998F220A+
Could I -- then -- shut the door --1861Susan DickinsonJohnson Poems 1955J220+
He was weak, and I was strong then1861Franklin Variorum 1998F221A+
It cant be "Summer"!1861Catherine Scott Turner AnthonJohnson Poems 1955J221+
Dying! Dying in the night!1861Franklin Variorum 1998F222A+
When Katie walks, this simple pair accompany her side,1857Catherine Scott Turner AnthonJohnson Poems 1955J222+
Morning is the place for dew1861Franklin Variorum 1998F223A+
I Came to buy a smile -- today --1861Samual Bowler and Mary BowlesJohnson Poems 1955J223+
An awful tempest mashed the air1861Franklin Variorum 1998F224A+
I've nothing else -- to bring, You know --1861Samual Bowler and Mary BowlesJohnson Poems 1955J224+
I'm "wife" - I've finished that1861Franklin Variorum 1998F225A+
Jesus! thy Crucifix1861Samual Bowler and Mary BowlesJohnson Poems 1955J225+
I stole them from a bee1861Samuel BowlesFranklin Variorum 1998F226A+
I stole them from a bee1861Franklin Variorum 1998F226B+
[Sh]should you but fail [at] -- Sea --1861Samual Bowler and Mary BowlesJohnson Poems 1955J226+
Two swimmers wrestled on the spar1861Samuel BowlesFranklin Variorum 1998F227A+
Two swimmers wrestled on the spar1861Franklin Variorum 1998F227B+
Teach Him -- when He makes the names --1861Samual Bowler and Mary BowlesJohnson Poems 1955J227+
My eye is fuller than my vase1861Franklin Variorum 1998F228A+
Blazing in Gold and quenching in Purple1866T. W. HigginsonJohnson Poems 1955J228+
Musicians wrestling everywhere!1861Susan DickinsonFranklin Variorum 1998F229A+
Musicians wrestle everywhere1861Franklin Variorum 1998F229B+
A Burdock -- clawed my Gown --1861Austin DickinsonJohnson Poems 1955J229+
For this - accepted breath1861Samuel BowlesFranklin Variorum 1998F230A+
For this - accepted breath1861Franklin Variorum 1998F230B+
We -- Bee and I -- live by the quaffing --1861Johnson Poems 1955J230+
We dont cry - Tim and I1861Franklin Variorum 1998F231A+
God permits industrious Angels --1861Johnson Poems 1955J231+
He forgot and I remembered1861Franklin Variorum 1998F232A+
The Sun -- lust touched the Morning --1861Johnson Poems 1955J232+
A slash of blue! A sweep of gray!1861Susan DickinsonFranklin Variorum 1998F233A+
A slash of blue! A sweep of gray!1861Franklin Variorum 1998F233B+
The Lamp burns sure -- within --1861Johnson Poems 1955J233+
I should not dare to leave my friend1861Franklin Variorum 1998F234A+
You're right -- "the way is narrow" --1861Johnson Poems 1955J234+
The flower must not blame the bee1861Franklin Variorum 1998F235A+
The Court is far away --1861Johnson Poems 1955J235+
Some keep the Sabbath going to church1861UnidentifiedFranklin Variorum 1998F236A+
Some keep the Sabbath going to church1861Franklin Variorum 1998F236B+
Some keep the Sabbath going to church1861T. W. HigginsonFranklin Variorum 1998F236C+
If He dissolve -- then -- there is nothing -- more --1861Johnson Poems 1955J236+
What shall I do - it whimpers so1861Samuel BowlesFranklin Variorum 1998F237A+
What shall I do - it whimpers so1861Franklin Variorum 1998F237B+
I think just how my shape will rise --1861Johnson Poems 1955J237+
How many times these low feet staggered1861Franklin Variorum 1998F238A+
Kill your Balm -- and it's Odors bless you --1861Johnson Poems 1955J238+
Make me a picture of the sun1861Franklin Variorum 1998F239A+
"Heaven" -- is what I cannot reach!1861Johnson Poems 1955J239+
Bound a trouble1861Franklin Variorum 1998F240A+
Bound a trouble1861Franklin Variorum 1998F240B+
Ah, Moon -- and Star!1861Johnson Poems 1955J240+
What is "Paradise"1861Franklin Variorum 1998F241A+
I like a look of Agony,1861Johnson Poems 1955J241+
It is easy to work when the soul is at play1861Franklin Variorum 1998F242A+
When we stand on the tops of Things --1861Johnson Poems 1955J242+
That after horror - that 'twas us1861Franklin Variorum 1998F243A+
That after horror - that 'twas us1861T. W. HigginsonFranklin Variorum 1998F243B+
I've known a Heaven, like a Tent --1861Johnson Poems 1955J243+
We - bee and I - live by the quaffing1861Louise and Frances NorcrossFranklin Variorum 1998F244A+
We - bee and I - live by the quaffing1861Franklin Variorum 1998F244B+
It is easy to work when the soul is at play --1861Johnson Poems 1955J244+
God permits industrious angels1861Franklin Variorum 1998F245A+
I held a Jewel in my fingers --1861Johnson Poems 1955J245+
The sun just touched the morning1861Franklin Variorum 1998F246A+
Forever at His side to walk --1861Johnson Poems 1955J246+
The lamp burns sure within1861Franklin Variorum 1998F247A+
What would I give to see his face?1861Johnson Poems 1955J247+
One life of so much consequence!1861Franklin Variorum 1998F248A+
Why -- do they shut Me out of Heaven?1861Johnson Poems 1955J248+
You're right - "the way is narrow"1861Franklin Variorum 1998F249A+
Wild Nights -- Wild Nights!1861Johnson Poems 1955J249+
The court is far away1861Franklin Variorum 1998F250A+
I shall keep singing!1861Johnson Poems 1955J250+
If he dissolve - then there is nothing more1861Franklin Variorum 1998F251A+
Over the fence --1861Johnson Poems 1955J251+
I think just how my shape will rise1861Franklin Variorum 1998F252A+
I can wade Grief --1861Johnson Poems 1955J252+
I've nothing else to bring, you know1861Samuel BowlesFranklin Variorum 1998F253A+
I've nothing else to bring, you know1861Franklin Variorum 1998F253B+
You see I cannot see -- your lifetime --1861Johnson Poems 1955J253+
A mien to move a queen1861Franklin Variorum 1998F254A+
"Hope" is the thing with feathers --1861Johnson Poems 1955J254+
The drop that wrestles in the sea1861Samuel BowlesFranklin Variorum 1998F255A+
The drop that wrestles in the sea1861Franklin Variorum 1998F255B+
To die -- takes just a little while --1861Johnson Poems 1955J255+
The robin's my criterion for tune1861Franklin Variorum 1998F256A+
If I'm lost -- now --1861Johnson Poems 1955J256+
I've known a heaven like a tent1861Franklin Variorum 1998F257A+
Delight is as the flight --1861Johnson Poems 1955J257+
I came to buy a smile today1861Samuel BowlesFranklin Variorum 1998F258A+
I came to buy a smile today1861Franklin Variorum 1998F258B+
There's a certain Slant of light,1861Johnson Poems 1955J258+
A clock stopped1861Franklin Variorum 1998F259A+
Good Night! Which Put the Candle out?1861Johnson Poems 1955J259+
I'm nobody! Who are you?1861Franklin Variorum 1998F260A+
Read -- Sweet -- how others -- strove --1861Johnson Poems 1955J260+
I held a jewel in my fingers1861Franklin Variorum 1998F261A+
Put up my lute!1861Johnson Poems 1955J261+
Ah, moon and star!1861Franklin Variorum 1998F262A+
Ah, moon and star!1861Franklin Variorum 1998F262B+
The lonesome for they know not What --1861Johnson Poems 1955J262+
Just so Jesus raps1861Susan DickinsonFranklin Variorum 1998F263A+
Just so Christ raps1861Franklin Variorum 1998F263B+
A single Screw of Flesh1861Johnson Poems 1955J263+
Forever at his side to walk1861Franklin Variorum 1998F264A+
A Weight with Needles on the pounds --1861Johnson Poems 1955J264+
It cant be "summer"!1861Catherine Scott Turner AnthonFranklin Variorum 1998F265A+
It cant be "summer"!1861Franklin Variorum 1998F265B+
Where Ships of Purple -- gently toss --1861Johnson Poems 1955J265+
What would I give to see his face?1861Franklin Variorum 1998F266A+
This -- is the land -- the Sunset washes --1861Johnson Poems 1955J266+
Rearrange a "wife's" affection!1861Franklin Variorum 1998F267A+
Did we disobey Him?1861Johnson Poems 1955J267+
Why do they shut me out of heaven?1861Franklin Variorum 1998F268A+
Me, change! Me, alter!1861Johnson Poems 1955J268+
Wild nights - Wild nights!1861Franklin Variorum 1998F269A+
Bound -- a trouble --1860Johnson Poems 1955J269+
I shall keep singing!1861Franklin Variorum 1998F270A+
One Life of so much Consequence!1861Johnson Poems 1955J270+
Over the fence1861Franklin Variorum 1998F271A+
A solemn thing -- it was -- I said --1861Johnson Poems 1955J271+
Would you like summer? Taste of our's1862Samuel BowlesFranklin Variorum 1998F272A+
I breathed enough to take the Trick --1861Johnson Poems 1955J272+
Perhaps you think me stooping1862Samuel BowlesFranklin Variorum 1998F273A+
Perhaps you think me stooping1862Franklin Variorum 1998F273B+
He put the Belt around my life --1861Johnson Poems 1955J273+
Again his voice is at the door1862Franklin Variorum 1998F274A+
The only Ghost I ever saw1861Johnson Poems 1955J274+
Should you but fail at sea1862Samuel BowlesFranklin Variorum 1998F275A+
Doubt Me! My Dim Companion!1861Johnson Poems 1955J275+
Civilization spurns the leopard!1862Franklin Variorum 1998F276A+
Many a phrase has the English language --1861Johnson Poems 1955J276+
Going to them, happy letter!1862Louise and Frances NorcrossFranklin Variorum 1998F277A+
Going to her!1862Franklin Variorum 1998F277B+
Going to him! Happy letter!1862Franklin Variorum 1998F277C+
What if I say I shall not wait!1861Johnson Poems 1955J277+
A word is dead when it is said1862Louise and Frances NorcrossFranklin Variorum 1998F278A.1+
A word is dead when it is said1862Louise and Frances NorcrossFranklin Variorum 1998F278A.2+
A Shady friend -- for Torrid days --1861Johnson Poems 1955J278+
Of all the souls that stand create1862Franklin Variorum 1998F279A+
Tie the Strings to my Life, My Lord,1861Johnson Poems 1955J279+
The world stands solemner to me1862Franklin Variorum 1998F280A+
I felt a Funeral, in my Brain,1861Johnson Poems 1955J280+
Me change! Me alter!1862Franklin Variorum 1998F281A+
'Tis so appalling -- it exhilarates --1861Johnson Poems 1955J281+
We play at paste1862T. W. HigginsonFranklin Variorum 1998F282A+
We play at paste1862Franklin Variorum 1998F282B+
How noteless Men, and Pleiads, stand,1861Johnson Poems 1955J282+
I should have been too glad, I see1862Louise and Frances NorcrossFranklin Variorum 1998F283A+
I should have been too glad, I see1862Susan DickinsonFranklin Variorum 1998F283B+
I should have been too glad, I see1862Franklin Variorum 1998F283C+
A Mien to move a Queen --1861Johnson Poems 1955J283+
The zeros taught us phosphorus1862Samuel BowlesFranklin Variorum 1998F284A+
The zeros taught us phosphorus1862Franklin Variorum 1998F284B+
The Drop, that wrestles in the Sea --1861Johnson Poems 1955J284+
The love a child can show below1862[Susan Dickinson]Franklin Variorum 1998F285A+
The love a life can show below1862Franklin Variorum 1998F285B+
The Robin's my Criterion for Tune --1861Johnson Poems 1955J285+
Dropped into the ether acre1862Louise and Frances NorcrossFranklin Variorum 1998F286A+
Dropped into the ether acre1862Susan DickinsonFranklin Variorum 1998F286B+
Dropped into the ether acre1862Franklin Variorum 1998F286C+
That after Horror -- that 'twas us1861T. W. HigginsonJohnson Poems 1955J286+
While it is alive1862Franklin Variorum 1998F287A+
While it is alive1862Franklin Variorum 1998F287B+
A Clock stopped --1861Johnson Poems 1955J287+
My first well day since many ill1862Samuel BowlesFranklin Variorum 1998F288A+
My first well day since many ill1862Franklin Variorum 1998F288B+
I'm Nobody! Who are you?1861Johnson Poems 1955J288+
A burdock clawed my gown1862Austin DickinsonFranklin Variorum 1998F289A+
A burdock twitched my gown1862Franklin Variorum 1998F289B+
I know some lonely Houses off the Road1861Johnson Poems 1955J289+
Let others show this Surry's grace1862Samuel BowlesFranklin Variorum 1998F290A+
Of Bronze -- and Blaze --1861Johnson Poems 1955J290+
It sifts from leaden sieves1862Susan DickinsonFranklin Variorum 1998F291A+
It sifts from leaden sieves1862Franklin Variorum 1998F291B+
It sifts from leaden sieves1862Franklin Variorum 1998F291C+
It sifts from leaden sieves1862T. W. HigginsonFranklin Variorum 1998F291D+
It sifts from leaden sieves1862Thomas NilesFranklin Variorum 1998F291E+
How the old Mountains drip with Sunset1861Johnson Poems 1955J291+
I got so I could hear his name1862Franklin Variorum 1998F292A+
If your Nerve, deny you --1861Johnson Poems 1955J292+
A single screw of flesh1862Franklin Variorum 1998F293A+
I got so I could hear his name --1861Johnson Poems 1955J293+
A weight with needles on the pounds1862Franklin Variorum 1998F294A+
The Doomed -- regard the Sunrise1861Johnson Poems 1955J294+
Savior! I've no one else to tell1862Susan DickinsonFranklin Variorum 1998F295A+
Father - I bring thee not myself1862Franklin Variorum 1998F295B+
Unto like Story -- Trouble has enticed me --1861Johnson Poems 1955J295+
Where ships of purple gently toss1862Franklin Variorum 1998F296A+
One Year ago -- jots what?1861Johnson Poems 1955J296+
This is the land the sunset washes1862Franklin Variorum 1998F297A+
It's like the Light --1861Johnson Poems 1955J297+
The doomed regard the sunrise1862Franklin Variorum 1998F298A+
Alone, I cannot be --1861Johnson Poems 1955J298+
Did we disobey him?1862Franklin Variorum 1998F299A+
Your Riches -- taught me -- Poverty.1862T. W. HigginsonJohnson Poems 1955J299+
Unto like story trouble has enticed me1862Franklin Variorum 1998F300A+
"Morning" -- means "Milking" -- to the Farmer --1862Susan DickinsonJohnson Poems 1955J300+
One year ago jots what?1862Franklin Variorum 1998F301A+
I reason, Earth is short --1862Susan DickinsonJohnson Poems 1955J301+
It's like the light1862Franklin Variorum 1998F302A+
Like Some Old fashioned Miracle1862Susan DickinsonJohnson Poems 1955J302+
Alone I cannot be1862Franklin Variorum 1998F303A+
The Soul selects her own Society --1862Susan DickinsonJohnson Poems 1955J303+
The maddest dream recedes unrealized1862Franklin Variorum 1998F304A+
The nearest dream recedes unrealized1862T. W. HigginsonFranklin Variorum 1998F304B+
The Day came slow -- till Five o'clock --1862Susan DickinsonJohnson Poems 1955J304+
What if I say I shall not wait!1862Franklin Variorum 1998F305A+
The difference between Despair1862Susan DickinsonJohnson Poems 1955J305+
A shady friend for torrid days1862Franklin Variorum 1998F306A+
The Soul's Superior instants1863Susan DickinsonJohnson Poems 1955J306+
A solemn thing it was I said1862Franklin Variorum 1998F307A+
The One who could repeat the Summer day --1862Susan DickinsonJohnson Poems 1955J307+
I breathed enough to take the trick1862Franklin Variorum 1998F308A+
I send Two Sunsets --Susan DickinsonJohnson Poems 1955J308+
Kill your balm and it's odors bless you1862Franklin Variorum 1998F309A+
For largest Woman's Heart I knew --1862Susan DickinsonJohnson Poems 1955J309+
"Heaven" is what I cannot reach!1862Franklin Variorum 1998F310A+
Give little Anguish --1862Susan DickinsonJohnson Poems 1955J310+
I know some lonely houses off the road1862Susan DickinsonFranklin Variorum 1998F311B+
It sifts from Leaden Sieves --1862Thomas NilesJohnson Poems 1955J311+
I can wade grief1862Franklin Variorum 1998F312A+
Her -- "last Poems" --1862Susan DickinsonJohnson Poems 1955J312+
You see I cannot see your lifetime1862Franklin Variorum 1998F313A+
I should have been too glad, I see --1862Susan DickinsonJohnson Poems 1955J313+
"Hope" is the thing with feathers1862Louise and Frances NorcrossFranklin Variorum 1998F314A+
"Hope" is the thing with feathers1862Franklin Variorum 1998F314B+
Nature -- sometimes sears a Sapling --1862Susan DickinsonJohnson Poems 1955J314+
To die takes just a little while1862Franklin Variorum 1998F315A+
He fumbles at your Soul1862Susan DickinsonJohnson Poems 1955J315+
If I'm lost now1862Franklin Variorum 1998F316A+
The Wind did'nt come from the Orchard -- today --1862Susan DickinsonJohnson Poems 1955J316+
Delight is as the flight1862Franklin Variorum 1998F317A+
Just so -- Jesus -- raps --1862Susan DickinsonJohnson Poems 1955J317+
She sweeps with many-colored brooms1862Franklin Variorum 1998F318A+
She sweeps with many-colored brooms1862Susan DickinsonFranklin Variorum 1998F318B+
I'll tell you how the Sun rose --1862T. W. HigginsonJohnson Poems 1955J318+
Of bronze and blaze1862Franklin Variorum 1998F319A+
The nearest Dream recedes -- unrealized --1862T. W. HigginsonJohnson Poems 1955J319+
There's a certain slant of light1862Franklin Variorum 1998F320A+
We play at Paste --1862T. W. HigginsonJohnson Poems 1955J320+
Blazing in gold and quenching in purple1862Franklin Variorum 1998F321A+
Blazing in gold and quenching in purple1862Susan DickinsonFranklin Variorum 1998F321B+
Blazing in gold and quenching in purple1862UnidentifiedFranklin Variorum 1998F321C+
Of all the Sounds despatched abroad,1862T. W. HigginsonJohnson Poems 1955J321+
Good night! Which put the candle out?1862Franklin Variorum 1998F322A+
Good night! Which put the candle out?1862Franklin Variorum 1998F322B+
There came a Day at Summer's full,1862T. W. HigginsonJohnson Poems 1955J322+
Read - Sweet - how others strove1862Franklin Variorum 1998F323A+
As if I asked a common Alms,1862T. W. HigginsonJohnson Poems 1955J323+
Put up my lute!1862Franklin Variorum 1998F324A+
Some keep the Sabbath going to Church --1862T. W. HigginsonJohnson Poems 1955J324+
There came a day at summer's full1862Edward S. DwightFranklin Variorum 1998F325A+
There came a day at summer's full1862Franklin Variorum 1998F325B+
There came a day at summer's full1862Franklin Variorum 1998F325C+
There came a day at summer's full1862T. W. HigginsonFranklin Variorum 1998F325D+
Of Tribulation -- these are They,1862T. W. HigginsonJohnson Poems 1955J325+
The lonesome for they know not what1862Franklin Variorum 1998F326A+
I cannot dance upon my Toes --1862T. W. HigginsonJohnson Poems 1955J326+
How the old mountains drip with sunset1862Franklin Variorum 1998F327A+
Before I got my eye put out1862T. W. HigginsonJohnson Poems 1955J327+
Of tribulation these are they1862Franklin Variorum 1998F328A+
Of tribulation these are they1862T. W. HigginsonFranklin Variorum 1998F328B+
A Bird came down the Walk --1862Johnson Poems 1955J328+
If your nerve deny you1862Franklin Variorum 1998F329A+
So glad we are -- a Stranger'd deem1862Samual Bowler and Mary BowlesJohnson Poems 1955J329+
He put the belt around my life1862Franklin Variorum 1998F330A+
The Juggler's Hat her Country is --1861Samual Bowler and Mary BowlesJohnson Poems 1955J330+
The only ghost I ever saw1862Franklin Variorum 1998F331A+
While Asters --1861Samual Bowler and Mary BowlesJohnson Poems 1955J331+
Doubt me! My dim companion!1862Franklin Variorum 1998F332A+
There are two Ripenings -- one -- of sight --1862Catherine Scott Turner AnthonJohnson Poems 1955J332+
Many a phrase has the English language1862Franklin Variorum 1998F333A+
The Grass so little has to do --1862Austin DickinsonJohnson Poems 1955J333+
Of all the sounds despatched abroad1862Franklin Variorum 1998F334A+
Of all the sounds despatched abroad1862T. W. HigginsonFranklin Variorum 1998F334B+
Of all the sounds despatched abroad1862Susan DickinsonFranklin Variorum 1998F334C+
All the letters I can write1862Eudocia Converse FlyntJohnson Poems 1955J334+
Her smile was shaped like other smiles1862Franklin Variorum 1998F335A+
'Tis not that Dying hurts us so --1862Louise and Frances NorcrossJohnson Poems 1955J335+
Before I got my eye put out1862T. W. HigginsonFranklin Variorum 1998F336A+
Before I got my eye put out1862Franklin Variorum 1998F336B+
The face I carry with me -- last --1862Johnson Poems 1955J336+
Of nearness to her sundered things1862Franklin Variorum 1998F337A+
I know a place where Summer strives1862Johnson Poems 1955J337+
Tie the strings to my life, my Lord1862Franklin Variorum 1998F338A+
I know that He exists.1862Johnson Poems 1955J338+
I like a look of agony1862Franklin Variorum 1998F339A+
I tend my flowers for thee --1862Johnson Poems 1955J339+
I felt a funeral in my brain1862Franklin Variorum 1998F340A+
Is Bliss then, such Abyss,1862Johnson Poems 1955J340+
'Tis so appalling it exhilirates1862Franklin Variorum 1998F341A+
After great pain, a formal feeling comes --1862Johnson Poems 1955J341+
How noteless men and Pleiads stand1862Franklin Variorum 1998F342A+
It will be Summer -- eventually.1862Johnson Poems 1955J342+
When we stand on the tops of things1862Franklin Variorum 1998F343A+
My Reward for Being, was This.1862Johnson Poems 1955J343+
'Twas just this time last year I died1862Franklin Variorum 1998F344A+
'Twas the old -- road -- through pain --1862Johnson Poems 1955J344+
Afraid! Of whom am I afraid?1862Franklin Variorum 1998F345A+
Funny -- to be a Century --1862Johnson Poems 1955J345+
I showed her hights she never saw1862Susan DickinsonFranklin Variorum 1998F346A+
He showed me hights I never saw1862Franklin Variorum 1998F346B+
Not probable -- The barest Chance --1862Johnson Poems 1955J346+
I dreaded that first robin so1862Franklin Variorum 1998F347A+
When Night is almost done --1862Johnson Poems 1955J347+
I would not paint a picture1862Franklin Variorum 1998F348A+
I dreaded that first Robin, so,1862Johnson Poems 1955J348+
He touched me, so I live to know1862Franklin Variorum 1998F349A+
I had the Glory -- that will do --1862Johnson Poems 1955J349+
I had the glory - that will do1862Franklin Variorum 1998F350A+
They leave us with the Infinite.1862Johnson Poems 1955J350+
She sights a bird - she chuckles1862Franklin Variorum 1998F351A+
I felt my life with both my hands1862Johnson Poems 1955J351+
They leave us with the infinite1862Franklin Variorum 1998F352A+
They leave us with the infinite1862Franklin Variorum 1998F352B+
Perhaps I asked too large --1862Johnson Poems 1955J352+
I'm ceded - I've stopped being their's1862Franklin Variorum 1998F353A+
A happy lip -- breaks sudden --1862Johnson Poems 1955J353+
If anybody's friend be dead1862Franklin Variorum 1998F354A+
From Cocoon forth a Butterfly1862Johnson Poems 1955J354+
It was not death, for I stood up1862Franklin Variorum 1998F355A+
'Tis Opposites -- entice --1862Johnson Poems 1955J355+
If you were coming in the fall1862Franklin Variorum 1998F356A+
The Day that I was crowned1862Johnson Poems 1955J356+
I felt my life with both my hands1862Franklin Variorum 1998F357A+
God is a distant -- stately Lover --1862Johnson Poems 1955J357+
Perhaps I asked too large1862Franklin Variorum 1998F358A+
If any sink, assure that this, now standing --1862Johnson Poems 1955J358+
A bird came down the walk1862T. W. HigginsonFranklin Variorum 1998F359A+
A bird came down the walk1862Franklin Variorum 1998F359B+
A bird came down the walk1862Franklin Variorum 1998F359C+
I gained it so --1862Johnson Poems 1955J359+
The soul has bandaged moments1862Franklin Variorum 1998F360A+
Death sets a Thing significant1862Johnson Poems 1955J360+
Like flowers that heard the news of dews1862Franklin Variorum 1998F361A+
What I can do -- I will --1862Johnson Poems 1955J361+
It's thoughts and just one heart1862Louise and Frances NorcrossFranklin Variorum 1998F362A+
It's thoughts and just one heart1862Franklin Variorum 1998F362B+
It struck me -- every Day --1862Johnson Poems 1955J362+
I know a place where summer strives1862Franklin Variorum 1998F363A+
I went to thank Her --1862Johnson Poems 1955J363+
As far from pity as complaint1862Franklin Variorum 1998F364A+
The Morning after Wo --1862Johnson Poems 1955J364+
I know that he exists1862Franklin Variorum 1998F365A+
Dare you see a Soul at the White Heat?1862T. W. HigginsonJohnson Poems 1955J365+
He strained my faith1862Franklin Variorum 1998F366A+
Although I put away his life --1862Johnson Poems 1955J366+
I tend my flowers for thee1862Franklin Variorum 1998F367A+
Over and over, like a Tune --1862Johnson Poems 1955J367+
I envy seas whereon he rides1862Franklin Variorum 1998F368A+
How sick -- to wait -- in any place -- but thine --1862Johnson Poems 1955J368+
Those fair - fictitious people1862Franklin Variorum 1998F369A+
She lay as if at play1862Johnson Poems 1955J369+
Within my garden rides a bird1862Franklin Variorum 1998F370A+
Heaven is so far of the Mind1862Johnson Poems 1955J370+
Is bliss then such abyss1862Franklin Variorum 1998F371A+
A precious -- mouldering pleasure -- 'tis --1862Johnson Poems 1955J371+
After great pain a formal feeling comes1862Franklin Variorum 1998F372A+
I know lives, I could miss1862Johnson Poems 1955J372+
This world is not conclusion1862Franklin Variorum 1998F373A+
I'm saying every day1862Johnson Poems 1955J373+
It will be summer eventually1862Samuel BowlesFranklin Variorum 1998F374A+
It will be summer eventually1862Franklin Variorum 1998F374B+
I went to Heaven --1862Johnson Poems 1955J374+
My reward for being was this1862Franklin Variorum 1998F375A+
My reward for being was this1862Franklin Variorum 1998F375B+
The Angle of a Landscape --1862Johnson Poems 1955J375+
'Twas the old road through pain1862Louise and Frances NorcrossFranklin Variorum 1998F376A+
'Twas the old road through pain1862Franklin Variorum 1998F376B+
Of Course -- I prayed --1862Johnson Poems 1955J376+
At least to pray is left - is left1862Franklin Variorum 1998F377A+
To lose one's faith -- surpass1862Johnson Poems 1955J377+
Better than music!1862Franklin Variorum 1998F378A+
I saw no Way -- The Heavens were stitched --1862Johnson Poems 1955J378+
The grass so little has to do1862Austin DickinsonFranklin Variorum 1998F379A+
The grass so little has to do1862Franklin Variorum 1998F379B+
Rehearsal to Ourselves1862Johnson Poems 1955J379+
All the letters I could write1862Eudocia Converse FlyntFranklin Variorum 1998F380A+
All the letters I can write1862Franklin Variorum 1998F380B+
There is a flower that Bees prefer --1862Johnson Poems 1955J380+
I cannot dance opon my toes1862T. W. HigginsonFranklin Variorum 1998F381A+
I cannot dance opon my toes1862Franklin Variorum 1998F381B+
A Secret told --1862Johnson Poems 1955J381+
Good morning - midnight1862Franklin Variorum 1998F382A+
For Death -- or rather1862Johnson Poems 1955J382+
I like to see it lap the miles1862Franklin Variorum 1998F383A+
Exhiliration -- is within --1862Johnson Poems 1955J383+
It dont sound so terrible quite as it did1862Franklin Variorum 1998F384A+
No Rack can torture me --1862Johnson Poems 1955J384+
I'll clutch and clutch1862Franklin Variorum 1998F385A+
Smiling back from Coronation1862Johnson Poems 1955J385+
Taking up the fair ideal1862Franklin Variorum 1998F386A+
Answer July --1862Johnson Poems 1955J386+
The moon is distant from the sea1862Franklin Variorum 1998F387A+
The Sweetest Heresy recieved1862Johnson Poems 1955J387+
It would never be common more - I said1862Franklin Variorum 1998F388A+
Take Your Heaven further on --1862Johnson Poems 1955J388+
Me come! My dazzled face1862Franklin Variorum 1998F389A+
There's been a Death, in the Opposite House,1862Johnson Poems 1955J389+
Do people moulder equally1862Franklin Variorum 1998F390A+
It's Coming -- the postponeless Creature --1862Johnson Poems 1955J390+
Knows how to forget!1862Franklin Variorum 1998F391A+
Knows how to forget!1862Franklin Variorum 1998F391B+
A Visitor in Marl --1862Johnson Poems 1955J391+
We talked as girls do1862Franklin Variorum 1998F392A+
Through the Dark Sod -- as Education --1862Johnson Poems 1955J392+
Empty my heart of thee1862Franklin Variorum 1998F393A+
Did Our Best Moment last --1862Johnson Poems 1955J393+
I cried at pity - not at pain1862Franklin Variorum 1998F394A+
'Twas Love -- not me --1862Johnson Poems 1955J394+
The face I carry with me last1862[Susan Dickinson]Franklin Variorum 1998F395A+
Reverse cannot befall1862Johnson Poems 1955J395+
I took one draught of life1862Franklin Variorum 1998F396A+
There is a Languor of the Life1862Johnson Poems 1955J396+
A train went through a burial gate1862Franklin Variorum 1998F397A+
When Diamonds are a Legend,1862Johnson Poems 1955J397+
The morning after wo1862Franklin Variorum 1998F398A+
I had not minded -- Walls --1862Johnson Poems 1955J398+
Departed to the Judgment1862Franklin Variorum 1998F399A+
A House upon the Hight --1862Johnson Poems 1955J399+
I think the hemlock likes to stand1862Franklin Variorum 1998F400A+
A Tongue -- to tell Him I am true!1862Johnson Poems 1955J400+
Dare you see a soul at the "White Heat"?1862Franklin Variorum 1998F401A+
Dare you see a soul at the "White Heat"?1862Franklin Variorum 1998F401C+
What Soft -- Cherubic Creatures --1862Johnson Poems 1955J401+
To hear an oriole sing1862Franklin Variorum 1998F402A+
I pay -- in Satin Cash --1862Johnson Poems 1955J402+
I reason, earth is short1862Susan DickinsonFranklin Variorum 1998F403A+
I reason, earth is short1862Franklin Variorum 1998F403B+
The Winters are so short --1862Johnson Poems 1955J403+
To put this world down like a bundle1862Franklin Variorum 1998F404A+
How many Flowers fail in Wood --1862Johnson Poems 1955J404+
Although I put away his life1862Franklin Variorum 1998F405A+
It might be lonelier1862Johnson Poems 1955J405+
Over and over like a tune1862Franklin Variorum 1998F406A+
Some -- Work for Immortality --1862Johnson Poems 1955J406+
One need not be a chamber to be haunted1862Franklin Variorum 1998F407A+
One need not be a chamber to be haunted1862Susan DickinsonFranklin Variorum 1998F407B+
If What we Could -- were what we would --1862Johnson Poems 1955J407+
Like some old fashioned miracle1862Franklin Variorum 1998F408A+
Like some old fashioned miracle1862Susan DickinsonFranklin Variorum 1998F408B+
Unit, like Death, for Whom?1862Johnson Poems 1955J408+
The soul selects her own society1862Franklin Variorum 1998F409A+
The soul selects her own society1862Franklin Variorum 1998F409B+
They dropped like Flakes --1862Johnson Poems 1955J409+
How sick to wait in any place but thine1862Franklin Variorum 1998F410A+
The first Day's Night had come --1862Johnson Poems 1955J410+
Mine by the right of the white election!1862Franklin Variorum 1998F411A+
The Color of the Grave is Green --1862Johnson Poems 1955J411+
She lay as if at play1862Franklin Variorum 1998F412A+
I read my sentence -- steadily --1862Johnson Poems 1955J412+
Heaven is so far of the mind1862Franklin Variorum 1998F413A+
I never felt at Home -- Below --1862Johnson Poems 1955J413+
Inconceivably solemn!1862Franklin Variorum 1998F414A+
'Twas like a Maelstrom, with a notch,1862Johnson Poems 1955J414+
More life went out when he went1862Franklin Variorum 1998F415A+
Sunset at Night -- is natural --1862Johnson Poems 1955J415+
The months have ends - the years a knot1862Franklin Variorum 1998F416A+
A Murmur in the Trees -- to note --1862Johnson Poems 1955J416+
Removed from accident of loss1862Franklin Variorum 1998F417A+
It is dead -- Find it --1862Johnson Poems 1955J417+
Your riches taught me poverty1862Susan DickinsonFranklin Variorum 1998F418A+
Your riches taught me poverty1862T. W. HigginsonFranklin Variorum 1998F418B+
Your riches taught me poverty1862Franklin Variorum 1998F418C+
Not in this World to see his face --1862Johnson Poems 1955J418+
A toad can die of light1862Franklin Variorum 1998F419A+
We grow accustomed to the Dark --1862Johnson Poems 1955J419+
There are two ripenings1862Franklin Variorum 1998F420A+
There are two ripenings1862Catherine Scott Turner AnthonFranklin Variorum 1998F420B.1+
There are two ripenings1862Franklin Variorum 1998F420C+
You'll know it -- as you know 'tis Noon --1862Johnson Poems 1955J420+
It ceased to hurt me, though so slow1862Franklin Variorum 1998F421A+
A Charm invests a face1862Johnson Poems 1955J421+
Give little anguish1862Franklin Variorum 1998F422A+
Give little anguish1862Susan DickinsonFranklin Variorum 1998F422B+
More Life -- went out -- when He went1862Johnson Poems 1955J422+
The first day's night had come1862Franklin Variorum 1998F423A+
The Months have ends -- the Years -- a knot --1862Johnson Poems 1955J423+
The color of the grave is green1862Franklin Variorum 1998F424A+
Removed from Accident of Loss1862Johnson Poems 1955J424+
'Twas like a maelstrom with a notch1862Franklin Variorum 1998F425A+
Good Morning -- Midnight --1862Johnson Poems 1955J425+
I gave myself to him1862Franklin Variorum 1998F426A+
It dont sound so terrible -- quite -- as it did --1862Johnson Poems 1955J426+
Sunset at night is natural1862Franklin Variorum 1998F427A+
I'll clutch -- and clutch --1862Johnson Poems 1955J427+
We grow accustomed to the dark1862Franklin Variorum 1998F428A+
Taking up the fair Ideal,1862Johnson Poems 1955J428+
You'll know it as you know 'tis noon1862Franklin Variorum 1998F429A+
The Moon is distant from the Sea --1862Johnson Poems 1955J429+
A charm invests a face1862Maria WhitneyFranklin Variorum 1998F430A+
A charm invests a face1862Franklin Variorum 1998F430B+
It would never be Common -- more -- I said --1862Johnson Poems 1955J430+
If I may have it when it's dead1862Franklin Variorum 1998F431A+
Me -- come! My dazzled face1862Johnson Poems 1955J431+
I read my sentence steadily1862Franklin Variorum 1998F432A+
Do People moulder equally,1862Johnson Poems 1955J432+
A murmur in the trees to note1862Franklin Variorum 1998F433A+
Knows how to forget!1862Johnson Poems 1955J433+
It is dead - find it1862Franklin Variorum 1998F434A+
To love thee Year by Year --1862Johnson Poems 1955J434+
Not in this world to see his face1862Franklin Variorum 1998F435A+
Much Madness is divinest Sense --1862Johnson Poems 1955J435+
I found the words to every thought1862Franklin Variorum 1998F436A+
The Wind -- tapped like a tired Man --1862Johnson Poems 1955J436+
I never felt at home below1862Franklin Variorum 1998F437A+
I never felt at home below1862Franklin Variorum 1998F437B+
Prayer is the little implement1862Johnson Poems 1955J437+
The body grows without1862Franklin Variorum 1998F438A+
Forget! The Lady with the Amulet1862Johnson Poems 1955J438+
I had been hungry all the years1862Franklin Variorum 1998F439A+
Undue Significance a starving man attaches1862Johnson Poems 1955J439+
I years had been from home1862Franklin Variorum 1998F440A+
I years had been from home1862Franklin Variorum 1998F440B+
'Tis customary as we part1862Johnson Poems 1955J440+
You'll find it when you try to die1862Franklin Variorum 1998F441A+
This is my letter to the World1862Johnson Poems 1955J441+
I see thee better in the dark1862Louise and Frances NorcrossFranklin Variorum 1998F442A+
I see thee better in the dark1862Susan DickinsonFranklin Variorum 1998F442B+
I see thee better in the dark1862Franklin Variorum 1998F442C+
God made a little Gentian --1862Johnson Poems 1955J442+
Could I do more for thee1862Franklin Variorum 1998F443A+
I tie my Hat -- I crease my Shawl --1862Johnson Poems 1955J443+
It would have starved a gnat1862Franklin Variorum 1998F444A+
It feels a shame to be Alive --1862Johnson Poems 1955J444+
They shut me up in prose1862Franklin Variorum 1998F445A+
'Twas just this time, last year, I died.1862Johnson Poems 1955J445+
This was a poet1862Franklin Variorum 1998F446A+
I showed her Hights she never saw --1862Johnson Poems 1955J446+
In falling timbers buried1862Franklin Variorum 1998F447A+
Could -- I do more -- for Thee --1862Johnson Poems 1955J447+
I died for beauty but was scarce1862Franklin Variorum 1998F448A+
This was a Poet -- It is That1862Johnson Poems 1955J448+
Dreams are well but waking's better1862Franklin Variorum 1998F449A+
I died for Beauty -- but was scarce1862Johnson Poems 1955J449+
The outer from the inner1862Franklin Variorum 1998F450A+
Dreams -- are well -- but Waking's better,1862Johnson Poems 1955J450+
The Malay took the pearl1862Franklin Variorum 1998F451A+
The Outer -- from the Inner1862Johnson Poems 1955J451+
Love thou art high1862Franklin Variorum 1998F452A+
The Malay -- took the Pearl --1862Johnson Poems 1955J452+
Our journey had advanced1862Franklin Variorum 1998F453A+
Love -- thou art high --1862Johnson Poems 1955J453+
I rose because he sank1862Franklin Variorum 1998F454A+
It was given to me by the Gods --1862Johnson Poems 1955J454+
It was given to me by the gods1862Franklin Variorum 1998F455A+
Triumph -- may be of several kinds --1862Johnson Poems 1955J455+
A prison gets to be a friend1862Franklin Variorum 1998F456A+
So well that I can live without --1862Johnson Poems 1955J456+
Nature sometimes sears a sapling1862Susan DickinsonFranklin Variorum 1998F457A+
Nature sometimes sears a sapling1862Franklin Variorum 1998F457B+
Sweet -- safe -- Houses --1862Johnson Poems 1955J457+
She dealt her pretty words like blades1862Franklin Variorum 1998F458A+
Like Eyes that looked on Wastes --1862Johnson Poems 1955J458+
"Why do I love" you, sir?1862Franklin Variorum 1998F459A+
A Tooth upon Our Peace1862Johnson Poems 1955J459+
The Himmaleh was known to stoop1862Franklin Variorum 1998F460A+
I know where Wells grow -- Droughtless Wells --1862Johnson Poems 1955J460+
We cover thee - sweet face1862Franklin Variorum 1998F461A+
A Wife -- at Daybreak I shall be --1862Johnson Poems 1955J461+
Of being is a bird1862Franklin Variorum 1998F462A+
Why make it doubt -- it hurts it so --1862Johnson Poems 1955J462+
A long - long sleep1862Franklin Variorum 1998F463A+
I live with Him -- I see His face --1862Johnson Poems 1955J463+
Without this there is nought1862Franklin Variorum 1998F464A+
The power to be true to You,1862Johnson Poems 1955J464+
The name of it is "autumn"1862Franklin Variorum 1998F465A+
I heard a Fly buzz -- when I died --1862Johnson Poems 1955J465+
I dwell in possibility1862Franklin Variorum 1998F466A+
'Tis little I -- could care for Pearls --1862Johnson Poems 1955J466+
A solemn thing within the soul1862Franklin Variorum 1998F467A+
We do not play on Graves --1862Johnson Poems 1955J467+
Whole gulfs of red and fleets of red1862Franklin Variorum 1998F468A+
The Manner of it's Death1862Johnson Poems 1955J468+
My garden like the beach1862Franklin Variorum 1998F469A+
The Red -- Blaze -- is the Morning --1862Johnson Poems 1955J469+
That first day, when you praised me, Sweet1862Franklin Variorum 1998F470A+
I am alive -- I guess --1862Johnson Poems 1955J470+
To make one's toilette after death1862Franklin Variorum 1998F471A+
A Night -- there lay the Days between --1862Johnson Poems 1955J471+
'Tis good the looking back on grief1862Franklin Variorum 1998F472A+
Except the Heaven had come so near --1862Johnson Poems 1955J472+
I was the slightest in the house1862Franklin Variorum 1998F473A+
I am ashamed -- I hide --1862Johnson Poems 1955J473+
You love the Lord you cannot see1862Franklin Variorum 1998F474A+
They put Us far apart --1862Johnson Poems 1955J474+
Myself was formed a carpenter1862Franklin Variorum 1998F475A+
Doom is the House without the Door --1862Johnson Poems 1955J475+
We pray to heaven1862Franklin Variorum 1998F476A+
I meant to have but modest needs --1862Johnson Poems 1955J476+
He fumbles at your soul1862Susan DickinsonFranklin Variorum 1998F477A+
He fumbles at your soul1862Franklin Variorum 1998F477B+
No Man can compass a Despair --1862Johnson Poems 1955J477+
Just once! Oh least request!1862Franklin Variorum 1998F478A+
Just once! Oh least request!1862Samuel BowlesFranklin Variorum 1998F478B+
Just once! Oh least request!1862Franklin Variorum 1998F478C+
I had no time to Hate --1862Johnson Poems 1955J478+
Because I could not stop for death1862Franklin Variorum 1998F479A+
She dealt her pretty words like Blades --1862Johnson Poems 1955J479+
He fought like those who've nought to lose1862Franklin Variorum 1998F480A+
"Why do I love" You, Sir?1862Johnson Poems 1955J480+
Fame of myself to justify1862Franklin Variorum 1998F481A+
The Himmaleh was known to stoop1862Johnson Poems 1955J481+
Wolfe demanded during dying1862Susan DickinsonFranklin Variorum 1998F482A+
Wolfe demanded during dying1862Franklin Variorum 1998F482B+
Wolfe demanded during dying1862Franklin Variorum 1998F482C+
We Cover Thee -- Sweet Face --1862Johnson Poems 1955J482+
Most she touched me by her muteness1862Franklin Variorum 1998F483A+
A Solemn thing within the Soul1862Johnson Poems 1955J483+
From blank to blank1862Franklin Variorum 1998F484A+
My Garden -- like the Beach --1862Johnson Poems 1955J484+
The whole of it came not at once1862Franklin Variorum 1998F485A+
To make One's Toilette -- after Death1862Johnson Poems 1955J485+
He told a homely tale1862Franklin Variorum 1998F486A+
I was the slightest in the House --1862Johnson Poems 1955J486+
Presentiment is that long shadow on the lawn1862Franklin Variorum 1998F487A+
You love the Lord -- you cannot see --1862Johnson Poems 1955J487+
You constituted time1862Franklin Variorum 1998F488A+
Myself was formed -- a Carpenter --1862Johnson Poems 1955J488+
My faith is larger than the hills1862Franklin Variorum 1998F489A+
We pray -- to Heaven --1862Johnson Poems 1955J489+
Rests at night1862Franklin Variorum 1998F490A+
To One denied to drink1862Johnson Poems 1955J490+
The world feels dusty1862Franklin Variorum 1998F491A+
While it is alive1862Johnson Poems 1955J491+
To offer brave assistance1862Franklin Variorum 1998F492A+
Civilization -- spurns -- the Leopard!1862Johnson Poems 1955J492+
When I hoped, I recollect1862Franklin Variorum 1998F493A+
The World -- stands -- solemner -- to me --1862Johnson Poems 1955J493+
The wind did'nt come from the orchard today1862Susan DickinsonFranklin Variorum 1998F494A+
The wind did'nt come from the orchard today1862Franklin Variorum 1998F494B+
Going to Him! Happy letter!1862Johnson Poems 1955J494+
The day undressed herself1862[Elizabeth Holland]Franklin Variorum 1998F495A+
The day undressed herself1862Franklin Variorum 1998F495B+
It's thoughts -- and just One Heart --1862Johnson Poems 1955J495+
The beggar lad dies early1862Louise and Frances NorcrossFranklin Variorum 1998F496A+
The beggar lad dies early1862Franklin Variorum 1998F496B+
As far from pity, as complaint --1862Johnson Poems 1955J496+
One and one are one1862Franklin Variorum 1998F497A+
He strained my faith --1862Johnson Poems 1955J497+
I lived on dread1862Franklin Variorum 1998F498A+
I envy Seas, whereon He rides --1862Johnson Poems 1955J498+
Best gains must have the losses' test1863T. W. HigginsonFranklin Variorum 1998F499A+
Those fair -- fictitious People --1862Johnson Poems 1955J499+
Not "Revelation" 'tis that waits1863T. W. HigginsonFranklin Variorum 1998F500A+
Not "Revelation" 'tis that waits1863Franklin Variorum 1998F500B+
Within my Garden, rides a Bird1862Johnson Poems 1955J500+
The robin is the one1863Susan DickinsonFranklin Variorum 1998F501A+
The robin is the one1863T. W. HigginsonFranklin Variorum 1998F501B+
The robin is the one1863Franklin Variorum 1998F501C+
This World is not Conclusion.1862Johnson Poems 1955J501+
Life is death we're lengthy at1863Louise and Frances NorcrossFranklin Variorum 1998F502A+
At least -- to pray -- is left -- is left --1862Johnson Poems 1955J502+
We'll pass without a parting1863Maria Avery HowardFranklin Variorum 1998F503A+
We'll pass without the parting1863Franklin Variorum 1998F503B+
Better -- than Music! For I -- who heard it --1862Johnson Poems 1955J503+
The birds begun at four o'clock1863Louise and Frances NorcrossFranklin Variorum 1998F504A+
The birds begun at four o'clock1863Franklin Variorum 1998F504B+
You know that Portrait in the Moon --1862Johnson Poems 1955J504+
They have a little odor that to me1863Gertrude Lefferts VanderbiltFranklin Variorum 1998F505A+
They have a little odor that to me1863Franklin Variorum 1998F505B+
I would not paint -- a picture --1862Johnson Poems 1955J505+
Light is sufficient to itself1863Franklin Variorum 1998F506A+
Light is sufficient to itself1863Franklin Variorum 1998F506B+
He touched me, so I live to know1862Johnson Poems 1955J506+
Like mighty foot lights burned the red1863Franklin Variorum 1998F507A+
She sights a Bird -- she chuckles --1862Johnson Poems 1955J507+
A pit but heaven over it1863Franklin Variorum 1998F508A+
A pit but heaven over it1863Franklin Variorum 1998F508A+
I'm ceded -- I've stopped being Their's --1862Johnson Poems 1955J508+
A curious cloud surprised the sky1863Franklin Variorum 1998F509A+
If anybody's friend be dead1862Johnson Poems 1955J509+
Of Brussels it was not1863Louise and Frances NorcrossFranklin Variorum 1998F510A+
Of Brussels it was not1863Franklin Variorum 1998F510B+
It was not Death, for I stood up,1862Johnson Poems 1955J510+
He found my being - set it up1863Franklin Variorum 1998F511A+
If you were coming in the Fall,1862Johnson Poems 1955J511+
Unto my books so good to turn1863Franklin Variorum 1998F512A+
The Soul has Bandaged moments --1862Johnson Poems 1955J512+
The spider holds a silver ball1863Franklin Variorum 1998F513A+
Like Flowers, that heard the news of Dews,1862Johnson Poems 1955J513+
Three times we parted - breath and I1863Franklin Variorum 1998F514A+
Her smile was shaped like other smiles --1862Johnson Poems 1955J514+
There is a pain so utter1863Franklin Variorum 1998F515A+
No Crowd that has occurred1862Johnson Poems 1955J515+
It troubled me as once I was1863Franklin Variorum 1998F516A+
Beauty -- be not caused -- It Is --1862Johnson Poems 1955J516+
A still volcano life1863Franklin Variorum 1998F517A+
He parts Himself -- like Leaves --1862Johnson Poems 1955J517+
When I was small, a woman died1863Franklin Variorum 1998F518A+
Her sweet Weight on my Heart a Night1862Johnson Poems 1955J518+
This is my letter to the world1863Franklin Variorum 1998F519A+
'Twas warm -- at first -- like Us --1862Johnson Poems 1955J519+
God made a little gentian1863Franklin Variorum 1998F520A+
I started Early -- Took my Dog --1862Johnson Poems 1955J520+
It always felt to me a wrong1863Franklin Variorum 1998F521A+
Endow the Living -- with the Tears --1862Johnson Poems 1955J521+
I tie my hat - I crease my shawl1863Franklin Variorum 1998F522A+
Had I presumed to hope --1862Johnson Poems 1955J522+
The trees like tassels hit and swung1863Franklin Variorum 1998F523A+
Sweet -- You forgot -- but I remembered1862Samual Bowler and Mary BowlesJohnson Poems 1955J523+
It feels a shame to be alive1863Franklin Variorum 1998F524A+
Departed -- to the Judgment --1862Johnson Poems 1955J524+
My period had come for prayer1863Franklin Variorum 1998F525A+
I think the Hemlock likes to stand1862Johnson Poems 1955J525+
I pay in satin cash1863Franklin Variorum 1998F526A+
To hear an Oriole sing1862Johnson Poems 1955J526+
One anguish in a crowd1863Franklin Variorum 1998F527A+
To put this World down, like a Bundle --1862Johnson Poems 1955J527+
It is not dying hurts us so1863Louise and Frances NorcrossFranklin Variorum 1998F528A+
'Tis not that dying hurts us so1863Franklin Variorum 1998F528B+
Mine -- by the Right of the White Election!1862Johnson Poems 1955J528+
A dying tiger moaned for drink1863Louise and Frances NorcrossFranklin Variorum 1998F529A+
A dying tiger moaned for drink1863Franklin Variorum 1998F529B+
I'm sorry for the Dead -- Today --1862Johnson Poems 1955J529+
He gave away his life1863Franklin Variorum 1998F530A+
You cannot put a Fire out --1862Johnson Poems 1955J530+
We learned the whole of love1863Franklin Variorum 1998F531A+
We dream -- it is good we are dreaming --1862Johnson Poems 1955J531+
The winters are so short1863Franklin Variorum 1998F532A+
I tried to think a lonelier Thing1862Johnson Poems 1955J532+
I reckon when I count at all1863Franklin Variorum 1998F533A+
Two Butterflies went Out at Noon --1862Johnson Poems 1955J533+
How many flowers fail in the wood1863Louise and Frances NorcrossFranklin Variorum 1998F534A+
How many flowers fail in wood1863Franklin Variorum 1998F534B+
We see -- Comparatively --1862Johnson Poems 1955J534+
It might be lonelier1863Franklin Variorum 1998F535A+
She's happy, with a new Content --1862Johnson Poems 1955J535+
Some work for immortality1863Franklin Variorum 1998F536A+
The Heart asks Pleasure -- first --1862Johnson Poems 1955J536+
I could die to know1863Franklin Variorum 1998F537A+
Me prove it now -- Whoever doubt1862Johnson Poems 1955J537+
Must be a wo1863Franklin Variorum 1998F538A+
'Tis true -- They shut me in the Cold --1862Johnson Poems 1955J538+
Delight becomes pictorial1863Franklin Variorum 1998F539A+
The Province of the Saved1862Johnson Poems 1955J539+
If what we could were what we would1863Susan DickinsonFranklin Variorum 1998F540A+
If what we could were what we would1863Franklin Variorum 1998F540B+
I took my Power in my Hand --1862Johnson Poems 1955J540+
The test of love is death1863Franklin Variorum 1998F541A+
Some such Butterfly be seen1862Johnson Poems 1955J541+
For largest woman's heart I knew1863Susan DickinsonFranklin Variorum 1998F542A+
For largest woman's heart I knew1863Franklin Variorum 1998F542B+
I had no Cause to be awake --1862Johnson Poems 1955J542+
Unit, like death, for whom?1863Franklin Variorum 1998F543A+
I fear a Man of frugal Speech --1862Johnson Poems 1955J543+
"Heaven" has different signs to me1863Franklin Variorum 1998F544A+
The Martyr Poets -- did not tell --1862Johnson Poems 1955J544+
They dropped like flakes1863Franklin Variorum 1998F545A+
'Tis One by One -- the Father counts --1862Johnson Poems 1955J545+
I prayed, at first, a little girl1863Franklin Variorum 1998F546A+
To fill a Gap1862Johnson Poems 1955J546+
There's been a death in the opposite house1863Franklin Variorum 1998F547A+
I've seen a Dying Eye1862Johnson Poems 1955J547+
The black berry wears a thorn in his side1863Franklin Variorum 1998F548A+
Death is potential to that Man1862Johnson Poems 1955J548+
The one who could repeat the summer day1863Susan DickinsonFranklin Variorum 1998F549A+
The one that could repeat the summer day1863Franklin Variorum 1998F549B+
That I did always love1862Johnson Poems 1955J549+
I measure every grief I meet1863Franklin Variorum 1998F550A+
I cross till I am weary1862Johnson Poems 1955J550+
Conjecturing a climate1863Franklin Variorum 1998F551A+
There is a Shame of Nobleness --1862Johnson Poems 1955J551+
There is a languor of the life1863Franklin Variorum 1998F552A+
An ignorance a Sunset1862Johnson Poems 1955J552+
When diamonds are a legend1863Franklin Variorum 1998F553A+
One Crucifixion is recorded -- only1862Johnson Poems 1955J553+
I had not minded walls1863Franklin Variorum 1998F554A+
The Black Berry -- wears a Thorn in his side --1862Johnson Poems 1955J554+
A house opon the hight1863Franklin Variorum 1998F555A+
Trust in the Unexpected --1862Johnson Poems 1955J555+
It's coming - the postponeless creature1863Franklin Variorum 1998F556A+
The Brain, within it's Groove1862Johnson Poems 1955J556+
I send two sunsets1863Susan DickinsonFranklin Variorum 1998F557A+
I send two sunsets1863Franklin Variorum 1998F557B+
She hideth Her the last --1862Johnson Poems 1955J557+
A visitor in marl1863Franklin Variorum 1998F558A+
But little Carmine hath her face --1862Johnson Poems 1955J558+
Through the dark sod as education1863Louise and Frances NorcrossFranklin Variorum 1998F559A+
Through the dark sod as education1863Franklin Variorum 1998F559B+
It knew no Medicine1862Johnson Poems 1955J559+
Did our best moment last1863Franklin Variorum 1998F560A+
It knew no lapse, nor Diminution --1862Johnson Poems 1955J560+
Trust in the unexpected1863Franklin Variorum 1998F561A+
I measure every Grief I meet1862Johnson Poems 1955J561+
'Twas love not me1863Franklin Variorum 1998F562A+
Conjecturing a Climate1862Johnson Poems 1955J562+
The brain within it's groove1863Franklin Variorum 1998F563A+
I could not prove the Years had feet --1862Johnson Poems 1955J563+
She hideth her the last1863Franklin Variorum 1998F564A+
My period had come for Prayer --1862Johnson Poems 1955J564+
Reverse cannot befall1863Susan DickinsonFranklin Variorum 1998F565A+
Reverse cannot befall1863Franklin Variorum 1998F565B+
One Anguish -- in a Crowd --1862Johnson Poems 1955J565+
But little carmine hath her face1863Maria WhitneyFranklin Variorum 1998F566A+
But little carmine hath her face1863Franklin Variorum 1998F566B+
A Dying Tiger -- moaned for Drink --1862Johnson Poems 1955J566+
It knew no medicine1863Franklin Variorum 1998F567A+
He gave away his Life --1862Johnson Poems 1955J567+
It knew no lapse nor diminution1863Franklin Variorum 1998F568A+
It knew no lapse nor diminution1863T. W. HigginsonFranklin Variorum 1998F568B+
We learned the Whole of Love --1862Johnson Poems 1955J568+
A precious mouldering pleasure 'tis1863Susan DickinsonFranklin Variorum 1998F569B+
I reckon -- when I count at all --1862Johnson Poems 1955J569+
I tried to think a lonelier thing1863Franklin Variorum 1998F570A+
I could die -- to know --1862Johnson Poems 1955J570+
Two butterflies went out at noon1863Louise and Frances NorcrossFranklin Variorum 1998F571A+
Two butterflies went out at noon1863Franklin Variorum 1998F571B+
Two butterflies went out at noon1863Franklin Variorum 1998F571C+
Must be a Wo --1862Johnson Poems 1955J571+
The day came slow till five o'clock1863Louise and Frances NorcrossFranklin Variorum 1998F572A+
The day came slow till five o'clock1863Susan DickinsonFranklin Variorum 1998F572B+
The day came slow till five o'clock1863Franklin Variorum 1998F572C+
Delight -- becomes pictorial --1862Johnson Poems 1955J572+
It was a quiet way1863Franklin Variorum 1998F573A+
It was a quiet way1863Franklin Variorum 1998F573B+
The Test of Love -- is Death --1862Johnson Poems 1955J573+
I know lives I could miss1863Franklin Variorum 1998F574A+
My first well Day -- since many ill --1862Johnson Poems 1955J574+
I'm saying every day1863Franklin Variorum 1998F575A+
"Heaven" has different Signs -- to me --1862Johnson Poems 1955J575+
The difference between despair1863Franklin Variorum 1998F576A+
The difference between despair1863Susan DickinsonFranklin Variorum 1998F576B+
I prayed, at first, a little Girl,1862Johnson Poems 1955J576+
I went to heaven1863Louise and Frances NorcrossFranklin Variorum 1998F577A+
I went to heaven1863Franklin Variorum 1998F577B+
If I may have it, when it's dead,1862Johnson Poems 1955J577+
The angle of a landscape1863Franklin Variorum 1998F578A+
The Body grows without --1862Johnson Poems 1955J578+
The soul unto itself1863T. W. HigginsonFranklin Variorum 1998F579A+
The soul unto itself1863Susan DickinsonFranklin Variorum 1998F579B+
The soul unto itself1863Franklin Variorum 1998F579C+
I had been hungry, all the Years --1862Johnson Poems 1955J579+
We see comparatively1863Franklin Variorum 1998F580A+
I gave myself to Him --1862Johnson Poems 1955J580+
Of course I prayed1863Franklin Variorum 1998F581A+
I found the words to every thought1862Johnson Poems 1955J581+
I'm sorry for the dead today1863Franklin Variorum 1998F582A+
Inconceivably solemn!1862Johnson Poems 1955J582+
You cannot put a fire out1863Franklin Variorum 1998F583A+
A Toad, can die of Light --1862Johnson Poems 1955J583+
We dream - it is good we are dreaming1863Franklin Variorum 1998F584A+
It ceased to hurt me, though so slow1862Johnson Poems 1955J584+
If ever the lid gets off my head1863Franklin Variorum 1998F585A+
I like to see it lap the Miles --1862Johnson Poems 1955J585+
Some say good night at night1863Franklin Variorum 1998F586A+
We talked as Girls do --1862Johnson Poems 1955J586+
She's happy with a new content1863Franklin Variorum 1998F587A+
Empty my Heart, of Thee --1862Johnson Poems 1955J587+
The heart asks pleasure first1863Franklin Variorum 1998F588A+
I cried at Pity -- not at Pain --1862Johnson Poems 1955J588+
They called me to the window, for1863Franklin Variorum 1998F589A+
The Night was wide, and furnished scant1862Johnson Poems 1955J589+
No romance sold unto1863Susan DickinsonFranklin Variorum 1998F590A+
No romance sold unto1863Franklin Variorum 1998F590B+
Did you ever stand in a Cavern's Mouth --1862Johnson Poems 1955J590+
I heard a fly buzz when I died1863Franklin Variorum 1998F591A+
To interrupt His Yellow Plan1862Johnson Poems 1955J591+
The soul that hath a guest1863Susan DickinsonFranklin Variorum 1998F592A+
The soul that hath a guest1863Franklin Variorum 1998F592B+
What care the Dead, for Chanticleer --1862Johnson Poems 1955J592+
I watched the moon around the house1863Louise and Frances NorcrossFranklin Variorum 1998F593A+
I watched the moon around the house1863Franklin Variorum 1998F593B+
I think I was enchanted1862Johnson Poems 1955J593+
When I hoped I feared1863Franklin Variorum 1998F594A+
When I hoped I feared1863Susan DickinsonFranklin Variorum 1998F594B+
When I hoped I feared1863T. W. HigginsonFranklin Variorum 1998F594C+
The Battle fought between the Soul1862Johnson Poems 1955J594+
The lightning playeth all the while1863Franklin Variorum 1998F595A+
Like Mighty Foot Lights -- burned the Red1862Johnson Poems 1955J595+
Ourselves were wed one summer - dear1863Franklin Variorum 1998F596A+
When I was small, a Woman died --1862Johnson Poems 1955J596+
'Tis little I could care for pearls1863Franklin Variorum 1998F597A+
It always felt to me -- a wrong1862Johnson Poems 1955J597+
The brain is wider than the sky1863Franklin Variorum 1998F598A+
Three times -- we parted -- Breath -- and I --1862Johnson Poems 1955J598+
We do not play on graves1863Franklin Variorum 1998F599A+
There is a pain -- so utter --1862Johnson Poems 1955J599+
Her "last Poems"1863Susan DickinsonFranklin Variorum 1998F600A+
Her "last Poems"1863Franklin Variorum 1998F600B+
Her "last Poems"1863Franklin Variorum 1998F600C+
It troubled me as once I was --1862Johnson Poems 1955J600+
When bells stop ringing - church begins1863Franklin Variorum 1998F601A+
A still -- Volcano -- Life --1862Johnson Poems 1955J601+
The manner of it's death1863Franklin Variorum 1998F602A+
Of Brussels -- it was not --1862Johnson Poems 1955J602+
The red blaze is the morning1863Franklin Variorum 1998F603A+
He found my Being -- set it up --1862Johnson Poems 1955J603+
You'll know her by her foot1863Franklin Variorum 1998F604A+
Unto my Books -- so good to turn --1862Johnson Poems 1955J604+
I am alive - I guess1863Franklin Variorum 1998F605A+
The Spider holds a Silver Ball1862Johnson Poems 1955J605+
Except the smaller size1863Franklin Variorum 1998F606A+
Except the smaller size1863Susan DickinsonFranklin Variorum 1998F606B+
Except the smaller size1863T. W. HigginsonFranklin Variorum 1998F606C+
The Trees like Tassels -- hit -- and swung --1862Johnson Poems 1955J606+
I think the longest hour of all1863Franklin Variorum 1998F607A+
Of nearness to her sundered Things1862Johnson Poems 1955J607+
So glad we are a stranger'd deem1863Samuel BowlesFranklin Variorum 1998F608A+
So glad we are a stranger'd deem1863Franklin Variorum 1998F608B+
Afraid! Of whom am I afraid?1862Johnson Poems 1955J608+
A night there lay the days between1863Franklin Variorum 1998F609A+
I Years had been from Home1872Johnson Poems 1955J609+
From cocoon forth a butterfly1863Franklin Variorum 1998F610A+
You'll find -- it when you try to die --1862Johnson Poems 1955J610+
Her sweet weight on my heart a night1863Franklin Variorum 1998F611A+
I see thee better -- in the Dark --1862Johnson Poems 1955J611+
'Tis opposites entice1863Franklin Variorum 1998F612A+
It would have starved a Gnat --1862Johnson Poems 1955J612+
The day that I was crowned1863Franklin Variorum 1998F613A+
They shut me up in Prose --1862Johnson Poems 1955J613+
'Twas warm at first like us1863Franklin Variorum 1998F614A+
In falling Timbers buried --1862Johnson Poems 1955J614+
God is a distant - stately lover1863Franklin Variorum 1998F615A+
Our journey had advanced --1862Johnson Poems 1955J615+
If any sink, assure that this now standing1863Franklin Variorum 1998F616A+
I rose -- because He sank --1862Johnson Poems 1955J616+
The night was wide and furnished scant1863Franklin Variorum 1998F617A+
Dont put up my Thread Needle --1862Johnson Poems 1955J617+
To love thee year by year1863Susan DickinsonFranklin Variorum 1998F618A+
To love thee year by year1863Franklin Variorum 1998F618B+
At leisure is the Soul1862Johnson Poems 1955J618+
Did you ever stand in a cavern's mouth1863Franklin Variorum 1998F619A+
Glee -- The great storm is over --1862Johnson Poems 1955J619+
Much madness is divinest sense1863Franklin Variorum 1998F620A+
It makes no difference abroad --1862Johnson Poems 1955J620+
The wind tapped like a tired man1863Franklin Variorum 1998F621A+
I asked no other thing --1862Johnson Poems 1955J621+
To interrupt his yellow plan1863Franklin Variorum 1998F622A+
To know just how He suffered -- would be dear --1862Johnson Poems 1955J622+
Prayer is the little implement1863Franklin Variorum 1998F623A+
It was too late for Man --1862Johnson Poems 1955J623+
What care the dead for Chanticleer1863Franklin Variorum 1998F624A+
Forever -- is composed of Nows --1862Johnson Poems 1955J624+
Forget! The lady with the amulet1863Franklin Variorum 1998F625A+
'Twas a long Parting -- but the time1862Johnson Poems 1955J625+
Undue significance a starving man attaches1863Franklin Variorum 1998F626A+
Only God -- detect the Sorrow --1862Johnson Poems 1955J626+
I think I was enchanted1863Franklin Variorum 1998F627A+
The Tint I cannot take -- is best --1862Johnson Poems 1955J627+
'Tis customary as we part1863Franklin Variorum 1998F628+
'Tis customary as we part1863Franklin Variorum 1998F628A+
They called me to the Window, for1862Johnson Poems 1955J628+
The battle fought between the soul1863Franklin Variorum 1998F629A+
I watched the Moon around the House1862Johnson Poems 1955J629+
The soul's superior instants1863Susan DickinsonFranklin Variorum 1998F630A+
The soul's superior instants1863Franklin Variorum 1998F630B+
The Lightning playeth -- all the while --1862Johnson Poems 1955J630+
Me prove it now - Whoever doubt1863Franklin Variorum 1998F631A+
Ourselves were wed one summer -- dear --1862Johnson Poems 1955J631+
To lose one's faith surpass1863Franklin Variorum 1998F632A+
The Brain -- is wider than the Sky --1862Johnson Poems 1955J632+
I saw no way - The heavens were stitched1863Franklin Variorum 1998F633A+
When Bells stop ringing -- Church -- begins --1862Johnson Poems 1955J633+
Had I presumed to hope1863Franklin Variorum 1998F634A+
You'll know Her -- by Her Foot --1862Johnson Poems 1955J634+
Sweet - you forgot - but I remembered1863Franklin Variorum 1998F635A+
Sweet - you forgot - but I remembered1863Samuel BowlesFranklin Variorum 1998F635B+
Sweet - you forgot - but I remembered1863Franklin Variorum 1998F635C+
I think the longest Hour of all1862Johnson Poems 1955J635+
It struck me every day1863Franklin Variorum 1998F636A+
The Way I read a Letter's -- this --1862Johnson Poems 1955J636+
I went to thank her1863Franklin Variorum 1998F637A+
The Child's faith is new --1862Johnson Poems 1955J637+
The future never spoke1863Susan DickinsonFranklin Variorum 1998F638A+
The future never spoke1863Franklin Variorum 1998F638B+
To my small Hearth His fire came --1862Johnson Poems 1955J638+
I gained it so1863Franklin Variorum 1998F639A+
My Portion is Defeat -- today --1862Johnson Poems 1955J639+
Death sets a thing significant1863Franklin Variorum 1998F640A+
I cannot live with You --1862Johnson Poems 1955J640+
What I can do I will1863Franklin Variorum 1998F641A+
Size circumscribes -- it has no room1862Johnson Poems 1955J641+
There is a flower that bees prefer1863Franklin Variorum 1998F642A+
Me from Myself -- to banish --1862Johnson Poems 1955J642+
A secret told1863Franklin Variorum 1998F643A+
I could suffice for Him, I knew --1862Johnson Poems 1955J643+
For death - or rather1863Susan DickinsonFranklin Variorum 1998F644A+
For death - or rather1863Franklin Variorum 1998F644B+
You left me -- Sire -- two Legacies --1862Johnson Poems 1955J644+
Exhiliration is within1863Franklin Variorum 1998F645A+
Bereavement in their death to feel1862Johnson Poems 1955J645+
'Tis one by one the Father counts1863Franklin Variorum 1998F646A+
I think To Live -- may be a Bliss1862Johnson Poems 1955J646+
To fill a gap1863Franklin Variorum 1998F647A+
A little Road -- not made of Man --1862Johnson Poems 1955J647+
I've seen a dying eye1863Franklin Variorum 1998F648A+
Promise This -- When You be Dying --1862Johnson Poems 1955J648+
No rack can torture me1863Franklin Variorum 1998F649A+
Her Sweet turn to leave the Homestead1862Johnson Poems 1955J649+
Death is potential to that man1863Franklin Variorum 1998F650A+
Pain -- has an Element of Blank --1862Johnson Poems 1955J650+
Smiling back from coronation1863Franklin Variorum 1998F651A+
So much Summer1862Johnson Poems 1955J651+
That I did always love1863Franklin Variorum 1998F652A+
A Prison gets to be a friend --1862Johnson Poems 1955J652+
No crowd that has occurred1863Franklin Variorum 1998F653A+
Of Being is a Bird1862Johnson Poems 1955J653+
Beauty be not caused - It is1863Franklin Variorum 1998F654A+
A long -- long Sleep -- A famous -- Sleep --1862Johnson Poems 1955J654+
He parts himself like leaves1863Franklin Variorum 1998F655A+
Without this -- there is nought --1862Johnson Poems 1955J655+
I started early - took my dog1863Franklin Variorum 1998F656A+
The name -- of it -- is "Autumn" --1862Johnson Poems 1955J656+
Endow the living with the tears1863Franklin Variorum 1998F657A+
Endow the living with the tears1863Franklin Variorum 1998F657B+
I dwell in Possibility --1862Johnson Poems 1955J657+
'Tis true - They shut me in the cold1863Franklin Variorum 1998F658A+
Whole Gulfs -- of Red, and Fleets -- of Red --1862Johnson Poems 1955J658+
The province of the saved1863Franklin Variorum 1998F659A+
That first Day, when you praised Me, Sweet,1862Johnson Poems 1955J659+
I took my power in my hand1863Franklin Variorum 1998F660A+
'Tis good -- the looking back on Grief --1862Johnson Poems 1955J660+
Some such butterfly be seen1863Franklin Variorum 1998F661A+
Could I but ride indefinite1862Johnson Poems 1955J661+
I had no cause to be awake1863Franklin Variorum 1998F662A+
Embarrassment of one another1862Johnson Poems 1955J662+
I fear a man of frugal speech1863Franklin Variorum 1998F663A+
Again -- his voice is at the door --1862Johnson Poems 1955J663+
Rehearsal to ourselves1863Franklin Variorum 1998F664A+
Of all the Souls that stand create --1862Johnson Poems 1955J664+
The martyr poets did not tell1863Franklin Variorum 1998F665A+
Dropped into the Ether Acre --1863Susan DickinsonJohnson Poems 1955J665+
I cross till I am weary1863Franklin Variorum 1998F666A+
Ah, Teneriffe!1863Susan DickinsonJohnson Poems 1955J666+
Answer July1863Franklin Variorum 1998F667A+
Bloom upon the Mountain -- stated --1863Susan DickinsonJohnson Poems 1955J667+
There is a shame of nobleness1863Franklin Variorum 1998F668A+
"Nature" is what we see --1863Susan DickinsonJohnson Poems 1955J668+
An ignorance a sunset1863Franklin Variorum 1998F669A+
No Romance sold unto1863Susan DickinsonJohnson Poems 1955J669+
One crucifixion is recorded only1863Franklin Variorum 1998F670A+
One need not be a Chamber -- to be Haunted --1863Susan DickinsonJohnson Poems 1955J670+
The sweetest heresy received1863Franklin Variorum 1998F671A+
She dwelleth in the Ground --1863Susan DickinsonJohnson Poems 1955J671+
Take your heaven further on1863Franklin Variorum 1998F672A+
The Future -- never spoke --1863Susan DickinsonJohnson Poems 1955J672+
A tongue to tell him I am true!1863Franklin Variorum 1998F673A+
The Love a Life can show Below1863Susan DickinsonJohnson Poems 1955J673+
I could not prove the years had feet1863Franklin Variorum 1998F674A+
The Soul that hath a Guest1863Susan DickinsonJohnson Poems 1955J674+
What soft cherubic creatures1863Franklin Variorum 1998F675A+
Essential Oils -- are wrung --1863Susan DickinsonJohnson Poems 1955J675+
You know that portrait in the moon1863Franklin Variorum 1998F676A+
Least Bee that brew --1863Susan DickinsonJohnson Poems 1955J676+
Funny to be a century1863Franklin Variorum 1998F677A+
To be alive -- is Power --1863Susan DickinsonJohnson Poems 1955J677+
Not probable - the barest chance1863Franklin Variorum 1998F678A+
Wolfe demanded during dying1866Susan DickinsonJohnson Poems 1955J678+
When night is almost done1863Franklin Variorum 1998F679A+
Conscious am I in my Chamber,1863Susan DickinsonJohnson Poems 1955J679+
Triumph may be of several kinds1863Franklin Variorum 1998F680A+
Each Life Converges to some Centre --1863Susan DickinsonJohnson Poems 1955J680+
Dont put up my thread needle1863Franklin Variorum 1998F681A+
Soil of Flint, if steady tilled --1863Susan DickinsonJohnson Poems 1955J681+
So well that I can live without1863Franklin Variorum 1998F682A+
'Twould ease -- a Butterfly --1863Susan DickinsonJohnson Poems 1955J682+
At leisure is the soul1863Franklin Variorum 1998F683A+
The Soul unto itself1862T. W. HigginsonJohnson Poems 1955J683+
Sweet - safe - houses1863Franklin Variorum 1998F684A+
Best Gains -- must have the Losses' Test --1863T. W. HigginsonJohnson Poems 1955J684+
Glee - The great storm is over1863Franklin Variorum 1998F685A+
Not "Revelation" -- 'tis -- that waits,1863T. W. HigginsonJohnson Poems 1955J685+
It makes no difference abroad1863Franklin Variorum 1998F686A+
They say that "Time assuages" --1863T. W. HigginsonJohnson Poems 1955J686+
I asked no other thing1863Franklin Variorum 1998F687A+
I'll send the feather from my Hat!1861Samual Bowler and Mary BowlesJohnson Poems 1955J687+
To know just how he suffered would be dear1863Franklin Variorum 1998F688A+
"Speech" -- is a prank of Parliament --1862Samual Bowler and Mary BowlesJohnson Poems 1955J688+
It was too late for man1863Franklin Variorum 1998F689A+
The Zeroes -- taught us -- Phosphorus --1863Samual Bowler and Mary BowlesJohnson Poems 1955J689+
Forever is composed of nows1863Franklin Variorum 1998F690A+
Victory comes late --1863Samual Bowler and Mary BowlesJohnson Poems 1955J690+
'Twas a long parting - but the time1863Franklin Variorum 1998F691A+
Would you like summer? Taste of ours.1863Samual Bowler and Mary BowlesJohnson Poems 1955J691+
Only God detect the sorrow1863Franklin Variorum 1998F692A+
The Sun kept setting -- setting -- still1863Johnson Poems 1955J692+
Like eyes that looked on wastes1863Franklin Variorum 1998F693A+
Shells from the Coast mistaking --1863Johnson Poems 1955J693+
A tooth opon our peace1863Franklin Variorum 1998F694A+
The Heaven vests for Each1863Johnson Poems 1955J694+
I know where wells grow - droughtless wells1863Franklin Variorum 1998F695A+
As if the Sea should part1863Johnson Poems 1955J695+
The tint I cannot take is best1863Franklin Variorum 1998F696A+
Their Hight in Heaven comforts not --1863Johnson Poems 1955J696+
Why make it doubt - it hurts it so1863Franklin Variorum 1998F697A+
I could bring You Jewels -- had I a mind to --1863Johnson Poems 1955J697+
I live with him - I see his face1863Franklin Variorum 1998F698A+
Life -- is what we make it --1863Johnson Poems 1955J698+
The power to be true to you1863Franklin Variorum 1998F699A+
The Judge is like the Owl --1863Johnson Poems 1955J699+
The way I read a letter's this1863Franklin Variorum 1998F700A+
You've seen Balloons set -- Hav'nt You?1863Johnson Poems 1955J700+
The child's faith is new1863Franklin Variorum 1998F701A+
A Thought went up my mind today --1863Johnson Poems 1955J701+
Except the heaven had come so near1863Franklin Variorum 1998F702A+
A first Mute Coming --1863Johnson Poems 1955J702+
To my small hearth his fire came1863Franklin Variorum 1998F703A+
Out of sight? What of that?1863Johnson Poems 1955J703+
My portion is defeat today1863Franklin Variorum 1998F704A+
No matter -- now -- Sweet --1863Johnson Poems 1955J704+
I am ashamed - I hide1863Franklin Variorum 1998F705A+
Suspense -- is Hostiler than Death --1863Johnson Poems 1955J705+
I cannot live with you1863Franklin Variorum 1998F706A+
Life, and Death, and Giants --1863Johnson Poems 1955J706+
Size circumscribes - it has no room1863Franklin Variorum 1998F707A+
The Grace -- Myself -- might not obtain --1863Johnson Poems 1955J707+
They put us far apart1863Franklin Variorum 1998F708A+
I sometimes drop it, for a Quick --1863Johnson Poems 1955J708+
Me from myself to banish1863Franklin Variorum 1998F709A+
Publication -- is the Auction1863Johnson Poems 1955J709+
Doom is the house without the door1863Franklin Variorum 1998F710A+
The Sunrise runs for Both --1863Johnson Poems 1955J710+
I meant to have but modest needs1863Franklin Variorum 1998F711A+
Strong Draughts of Their Refreshing Minds1863Johnson Poems 1955J711+
I could suffice for him I knew1863Franklin Variorum 1998F712A+
Because I could not stop for Death --1863Johnson Poems 1955J712+
You left me - sire - two legacies1863Franklin Variorum 1998F713A+
Fame of Myself, to justify,1863Johnson Poems 1955J713+
No man can compass a despair1863Franklin Variorum 1998F714A+
Rests at Night1863Johnson Poems 1955J714+
The sun kept setting - setting - still1863Franklin Variorum 1998F715A+
The World -- feels Dusty1863Johnson Poems 1955J715+
Shells from the coast mistaking1863Franklin Variorum 1998F716A+
The Day undressed -- Herself --1863Josiah Holland and Elizabeth HollandJohnson Poems 1955J716+
The heaven vests for each1863Franklin Variorum 1998F717A+
The Beggar Lad -- dies early --1863Johnson Poems 1955J717+
The spirit is the conscious ear1863Franklin Variorum 1998F718A+
I meant to find Her when I came --1863Johnson Poems 1955J718+
If he were living - dare I ask1863Franklin Variorum 1998F719A+
A South Wind -- has a pathos1863Johnson Poems 1955J719+
As if the sea should part1863Franklin Variorum 1998F720A+
No Prisoner be --1863Johnson Poems 1955J720+
"Nature" is what we see1863Susan DickinsonFranklin Variorum 1998F721A+
"Nature" is what we see1863Franklin Variorum 1998F721B+
Behind Me -- dips Eternity --1863Johnson Poems 1955J721+
Opon concluded lives1863Franklin Variorum 1998F722A+
Sweet Mountains -- Ye tell Me no lie --1863Johnson Poems 1955J722+
Have any like myself1863Franklin Variorum 1998F723A+
It tossed -- and tossed --1863Johnson Poems 1955J723+
Each life converges to some centre1863Susan DickinsonFranklin Variorum 1998F724A+
Each life converges to some centre1863Franklin Variorum 1998F724B+
It's easy to invent a Life --1863Johnson Poems 1955J724+
Their hight in heaven comforts not1863Franklin Variorum 1998F725A+
Where Thou art -- that -- is Home --1863Johnson Poems 1955J725+
I could bring you jewels - had I a mind to1863Franklin Variorum 1998F726A+
We thirst at first -- 'tis Nature's Act --1863Johnson Poems 1955J726+
Life is what we make it1863Franklin Variorum 1998F727A+
Precious to Me -- She still shall be --1863Johnson Poems 1955J727+
The judge is like the owl1863Franklin Variorum 1998F728A+
Let Us play Yesterday --1863Johnson Poems 1955J728+
The props assist the house1863Franklin Variorum 1998F729A+
The props assist the house1863Susan DickinsonFranklin Variorum 1998F729B+
Alter! When the Hills do --1863Johnson Poems 1955J729+
You've seen balloons set - hav'nt you?1863Franklin Variorum 1998F730A+
Defrauded I a Butterfly --1863Johnson Poems 1955J730+
A thought went up my mind today1863Franklin Variorum 1998F731A+
"I want" -- it pleaded -- All it's life --1863Johnson Poems 1955J731+
A first mute coming1863Franklin Variorum 1998F732A+
She rose to His Requirement -- dropt1863Johnson Poems 1955J732+
Out of sight? What of that?1863Franklin Variorum 1998F733A+
The Spirit is the Conscious Ear.1863Johnson Poems 1955J733+
No matter now - Sweet1863Franklin Variorum 1998F734A+
If He were living -- dare I ask --1863Johnson Poems 1955J734+
The moon was but a chin of gold1863Louise and Frances NorcrossFranklin Variorum 1998F735A+
The moon was but a chin of gold1863Franklin Variorum 1998F735B+
Upon Concluded Lives1863Johnson Poems 1955J735+
You said that I "was great" one day1863Franklin Variorum 1998F736A+
Have any like Myself1863Johnson Poems 1955J736+
I many times thought peace had come1863Franklin Variorum 1998F737A+
The Moon was but a Chin of Gold1863Johnson Poems 1955J737+
No other can reduce1863Franklin Variorum 1998F738A+
No other can reduce1863Susan DickinsonFranklin Variorum 1998F738B+
No other can reduce1863Franklin Variorum 1998F738C+
You said that I "was Great" -- one Day --1863Johnson Poems 1955J738+
Joy to have merited the pain1863Franklin Variorum 1998F739A+
I many times thought Peace had come1863Johnson Poems 1955J739+
On a columnar self1863Franklin Variorum 1998F740A+
You taught me Waiting with Myself --1863Johnson Poems 1955J740+
Nature the gentlest mother is1863Franklin Variorum 1998F741A+
Drama's Vitallest Expression is the Common Day1863Johnson Poems 1955J741+
No prisoner be1863Franklin Variorum 1998F742A+
Four Trees -- upon a solitary Acre --1863Johnson Poems 1955J742+
Behind me dips eternity1863Franklin Variorum 1998F743A+
The Birds reported from the South --1863Johnson Poems 1955J743+
She dwelleth in the ground1863Louise and Frances NorcrossFranklin Variorum 1998F744A+
She dwelleth in the ground1863Franklin Variorum 1998F744B+
She dwelleth in the ground1863Susan DickinsonFranklin Variorum 1998F744C+
She dwelleth in the ground1863Franklin Variorum 1998F744D+
Remorse -- is Memory -- awake --1863Johnson Poems 1955J744+
Sweet mountains - ye tell me no lie1863Franklin Variorum 1998F745A+
Renunciation -- is a piercing Virtue --1863Johnson Poems 1955J745+
It tossed and tossed1863Franklin Variorum 1998F746A+
Never for Society1863Johnson Poems 1955J746+
It's easy to invent a life1863Franklin Variorum 1998F747A+
It dropped so low -- in my Regard --1863Johnson Poems 1955J747+
God gave a loaf to every bird1863Louise and Frances NorcrossFranklin Variorum 1998F748A+
God gave a loaf to every bird1863Franklin Variorum 1998F748B+
Autumn -- overlooked my Knitting --1863Johnson Poems 1955J748+
Where thou art that is home1863Franklin Variorum 1998F749A+
All but Death, can be Adjusted --1863Johnson Poems 1955J749+
We thirst at first - 'tis nature's act1863Franklin Variorum 1998F750A+
Growth of Man -- like Growth of Nature --1863Johnson Poems 1955J750+
Precious to me she still shall be1863Franklin Variorum 1998F751A+
My Worthiness is all my Doubt --1863Johnson Poems 1955J751+
Ah, Teneriffe - receding mountain1863Susan DickinsonFranklin Variorum 1998F752A+
Ah, Teneriffe - receding mountain1863Franklin Variorum 1998F752B+
So the Eyes accost -- and sunder1863Johnson Poems 1955J752+
Grief is a mouse1863Franklin Variorum 1998F753A+
My Soul -- accused me -- And I quailed --1863Johnson Poems 1955J753+
Let us play yesterday1863Franklin Variorum 1998F754A+
My Life had stood -- a Loaded Gun --1863Johnson Poems 1955J754+
Alter! When the hills do1863Susan DickinsonFranklin Variorum 1998F755B+
No Bobolink -- reverse His Singing1863Johnson Poems 1955J755+
Bereavement in their death to feel1863Franklin Variorum 1998F756A+
One Blessing had I than the rest1863Johnson Poems 1955J756+
I think to live may be a bliss1863Franklin Variorum 1998F757A+
The Mountains -- grow unnoticed --1863Johnson Poems 1955J757+
A little road not made of man1863Franklin Variorum 1998F758A+
These -- saw Visions --1863Johnson Poems 1955J758+
Her sweet turn to leave the homestead1863Franklin Variorum 1998F759A+
He fought like those Who've nought to lose --1863Johnson Poems 1955J759+
Pain has an element of blank1863Franklin Variorum 1998F760A+
Most she touched me by her muteness --1863Johnson Poems 1955J760+
So much summer1863Franklin Variorum 1998F761A+
From Blank to Blank --1863Johnson Poems 1955J761+
Promise this - When you be dying1863Franklin Variorum 1998F762A+
The Whole of it came not at once --1863Johnson Poems 1955J762+
I had no time to hate1863Franklin Variorum 1998F763A+
He told a homely tale1863Johnson Poems 1955J763+
My life had stood a loaded gun1863Franklin Variorum 1998F764A+
Presentiment -- is that long Shadow -- on the Lawn --1863Johnson Poems 1955J764+
The sunrise runs for both1863Franklin Variorum 1998F765A+
You constituted Time --1863Johnson Poems 1955J765+
No bobolink reverse his singing1863Franklin Variorum 1998F766A+
My Faith is larger than the Hills --1863Johnson Poems 1955J766+
One blessing had I than the rest1863Franklin Variorum 1998F767A+
To offer brave assistance1863Johnson Poems 1955J767+
The mountains grow unnoticed1863Franklin Variorum 1998F768A+
When I hoped, I recollect1863Johnson Poems 1955J768+
These saw visions1863Franklin Variorum 1998F769A+
One and One -- are One --1863Johnson Poems 1955J769+
Strong draughts of their refreshing minds1863Franklin Variorum 1998F770A+
I lived on Dread --1863Johnson Poems 1955J770+
We miss her not because we see1863Susan DickinsonFranklin Variorum 1998F771A+
We miss her not because we see1863Franklin Variorum 1998F771B+
None can experience stint1863Johnson Poems 1955J771+
Essential oils are wrung1863Susan DickinsonFranklin Variorum 1998F772A+
Essential oils are wrung1863Franklin Variorum 1998F772B+
The hallowing of Pain1863Johnson Poems 1955J772+
Conscious am I in my chamber1863Susan DickinsonFranklin Variorum 1998F773A+
Conscious am I in my chamber1863Franklin Variorum 1998F773B+
Deprived of other Banquet,1863Johnson Poems 1955J773+
You taught me waiting with myself1863Franklin Variorum 1998F774A+
It is a lonesome Glee --1863Johnson Poems 1955J774+
Suspense is hostiler than death1863Franklin Variorum 1998F775A+
If Blame be my side -- forfeit Me --1863Johnson Poems 1955J775+
Drama's vitallest expression is the common day1863Franklin Variorum 1998F776A+
Purple --1863Johnson Poems 1955J776+
Life and death and giants1863Franklin Variorum 1998F777A+
The Loneliness One dare not sound --1863Johnson Poems 1955J777+
Four trees opon a solitary acre1863Franklin Variorum 1998F778A+
This that would greet -- an hour ago --1863Johnson Poems 1955J778+
The grace myself might not obtain1863Franklin Variorum 1998F779A+
The Service without Hope --1863Johnson Poems 1955J779+
The birds reported from the south1863Franklin Variorum 1998F780A+
The Truth -- is stirless --1863Johnson Poems 1955J780+
Remorse is memory awake1863Franklin Variorum 1998F781A+
To wait an Hour -- is long --1863Johnson Poems 1955J781+
Renunciation is a piercing virtue1863Franklin Variorum 1998F782A+
There is an arid Pleasure --1863Johnson Poems 1955J782+
Never for society1863Franklin Variorum 1998F783A+
The Birds begun at Four o'clock --1863Johnson Poems 1955J783+
I sometimes drop it for a quick1863Franklin Variorum 1998F784A+
Bereaved of all, I went abroad --1863Johnson Poems 1955J784+
It dropped so low in my regard1863Franklin Variorum 1998F785A+
They have a little Odor -- that to me1863Johnson Poems 1955J785+
Autumn overlooked my knitting1863Franklin Variorum 1998F786A+
Severer Service of myself1863Johnson Poems 1955J786+
Bloom opon the mountain stated1863Louise and Frances NorcrossFranklin Variorum 1998F787A+
Bloom opon the mountain stated1863Susan DickinsonFranklin Variorum 1998F787B+
Bloom opon the mountain stated1863Franklin Variorum 1998F787C+
Such is the Force of Happiness --1863Johnson Poems 1955J787+
Publication is the auction1863Franklin Variorum 1998F788A+
Joy to have merited the Pain --1863Johnson Poems 1955J788+
All but death can be adjusted1863Franklin Variorum 1998F789A+
On a Columnar Self --1863Johnson Poems 1955J789+
Growth of man like growth of nature1863Franklin Variorum 1998F790A+
Nature -- the Gentlest Mother is,1863Johnson Poems 1955J790+
My worthiness is all my doubt1863Franklin Variorum 1998F791A+
God gave a Loaf to every Bird --1863Johnson Poems 1955J791+
So the eyes accost and sunder1863Franklin Variorum 1998F792A+
Through the strait pass of suffering --1863Susan DickinsonJohnson Poems 1955J792+
My soul accused me and I quailed1863Franklin Variorum 1998F793A+
Grief is a Mouse --1863Johnson Poems 1955J793+
From us she wandered now a year1864Franklin Variorum 1998F794A+
From us she wandered now a year1864Franklin Variorum 1998F794B+
A Drop fell on the Apple Tree --1863Johnson Poems 1955J794+
Truth is as old as God1864Josiah Gilbert HollandFranklin Variorum 1998F795A+
Truth is as old as God1864Franklin Variorum 1998F795B+
Her final Summer was it --1863Johnson Poems 1955J795+
The wind begun to knead the grass1864[Elizabeth Holland]Franklin Variorum 1998F796A+
The wind begun to rock the grass1864Susan DickinsonFranklin Variorum 1998F796B+
The wind begun to knead the grass1864Franklin Variorum 1998F796C+
The wind begun to knead the grass1864T. W. HigginsonFranklin Variorum 1998F796D+
The wind begun to knead the grass1864Thomas NilesFranklin Variorum 1998F796E+
Who Giants know, with lesser Men1863Johnson Poems 1955J796+
The definition of beauty is1864Susan DickinsonFranklin Variorum 1998F797A+
The definition of beauty is1864Franklin Variorum 1998F797B+
By my Window have I for Scenery1863Johnson Poems 1955J797+
The veins of other flowers1864Susan DickinsonFranklin Variorum 1998F798A+
The veins of other flowers1864Franklin Variorum 1998F798B+
She staked her Feathers -- Gained an Arc --1863Johnson Poems 1955J798+
All I may if small1864Susan DickinsonFranklin Variorum 1998F799A+
All I may if small1864Franklin Variorum 1998F799B+
Despair's advantage is achieved1863Johnson Poems 1955J799+
I never saw a moor1864Franklin Variorum 1998F800A+
Two -- were immortal twice --1863Johnson Poems 1955J800+
As sleigh bells seem in summer1864Franklin Variorum 1998F801A+
I play at Riches -- to appease1863Johnson Poems 1955J801+
The spry arms of the wind1864Franklin Variorum 1998F802A+
Time feels so vast that were it not1863Johnson Poems 1955J802+
Nature and God I neither knew1864Samuel BowlesFranklin Variorum 1998F803A+
Nature and God I neither knew1864Franklin Variorum 1998F803B+
Who Court obtain within Himself1863Johnson Poems 1955J803+
Ample make this bed1864[Susan Dickinson]Franklin Variorum 1998F804A+
Ample make this bed1864Franklin Variorum 1998F804B+
Ample make this bed1864T. W. HigginsonFranklin Variorum 1998F804C+
Ample make this bed1864Thomas NilesFranklin Variorum 1998F804D+
No Notice gave She, but a Change --1863Johnson Poems 1955J804+
These strangers in a foreign world1864Franklin Variorum 1998F805A+
This Bauble was preferred of Bees --1863Johnson Poems 1955J805+
Partake as doth the bee1864Franklin Variorum 1998F806A+
Partake as doth the bee1864Perez Dickinson CowanFranklin Variorum 1998F806B+
Partake as doth the bee1864Franklin Variorum 1998F806C+
A Plated Life -- diversified1863Johnson Poems 1955J806+
Away from home are they and I1864Franklin Variorum 1998F807A+
Away from home are some and I1864[Elizabeth Holland]Franklin Variorum 1998F807B+
Away from home are they and I1864Franklin Variorum 1998F807C+
Expectation -- is Contentment --1863Johnson Poems 1955J807+
The lovely flowers embarrass me1864Lucretia Gunn Dickinson BullardFranklin Variorum 1998F808A+
So set it's Sun in Thee1864Susan DickinsonJohnson Poems 1955J808+
Sweet to have had them lost1864Franklin Variorum 1998F809A+
Good to have had them lost1864Franklin Variorum 1998F809B+
Unable are the Loved to die1864Susan DickinsonJohnson Poems 1955J809+
The robin for the crumb1864Lucretia Gunn Dickinson BullardFranklin Variorum 1998F810A+
The robin for the crumb1864Franklin Variorum 1998F810B+
Her Grace is all she has --1864Susan DickinsonJohnson Poems 1955J810+
There is a June when corn is cut1864Susan DickinsonFranklin Variorum 1998F811A+
There is a June when corn is cut1864Franklin Variorum 1998F811B+
The Veins of other Flowers1864Susan DickinsonJohnson Poems 1955J811+
Love reckons by itself alone1864Franklin Variorum 1998F812A+
A Light exists in Spring1864Susan DickinsonJohnson Poems 1955J812+
How well I knew her not1864Maria WhitneyFranklin Variorum 1998F813A+
How well I knew her not1864Franklin Variorum 1998F813B+
This quiet Dust was Gentlemen and Ladies1864Susan DickinsonJohnson Poems 1955J813+
Soto! Explore thyself!1864Austin DickinsonFranklin Variorum 1998F814A+
Soto! Explore thyself!1864Franklin Variorum 1998F814B+
Soto! Explore thyself!1864Franklin Variorum 1998F814C+
One Day is there of the Series1864Susan DickinsonJohnson Poems 1955J814+
To this world she returned1864Gertrude Lefferts VanderbiltFranklin Variorum 1998F815A+
To this world she returned1864Franklin Variorum 1998F815B+
The Luxury to apprehend1864T. W. HigginsonJohnson Poems 1955J815+
I could not drink it, Sue1864Susan DickinsonFranklin Variorum 1998F816A+
I could not drink it, Sweet1864Franklin Variorum 1998F816B+
A Death blow is a Life blow to Some1866T. W. HigginsonJohnson Poems 1955J816+
This consciousness that is aware1864Susan DickinsonFranklin Variorum 1998F817A+
This consciousness that is aware1864Franklin Variorum 1998F817B+
Given in Marriage unto Thee1864Susan DickinsonJohnson Poems 1955J817+
Given in marriage unto thee1864Susan DickinsonFranklin Variorum 1998F818A+
Given in marriage unto thee1864Franklin Variorum 1998F818B+
I could not drink it, Sweet,1864Susan DickinsonJohnson Poems 1955J818+
The luxury to apprehend1864Louise and Frances NorcrossFranklin Variorum 1998F819A+
The luxury to apprehend1864Susan DickinsonFranklin Variorum 1998F819B+
The luxury to apprehend1864Franklin Variorum 1998F819C+
The luxury to apprehend1864Franklin Variorum 1998F819D+
The luxury to apprehend1864T. W. HigginsonFranklin Variorum 1998F819E+
All I may, if small,1864Susan DickinsonJohnson Poems 1955J819+
The only news I know1864Franklin Variorum 1998F820A+
The only news I know1864T. W. HigginsonFranklin Variorum 1998F820B+
All Circumstances are the Frame1864Susan DickinsonJohnson Poems 1955J820+
Wert thou but ill that I might show thee1864Franklin Variorum 1998F821A+
Away from Home are some and I --1864Susan DickinsonJohnson Poems 1955J821+
Midsummer was it when they died1864Louise and Frances NorcrossFranklin Variorum 1998F822A+
Midsummer was it when they died1864Franklin Variorum 1998F822B+
This Consciousness that is aware1864Susan DickinsonJohnson Poems 1955J822+
The first day that I was a life1864Franklin Variorum 1998F823A+
Not what We did, shall be the test1864Susan DickinsonJohnson Poems 1955J823+
A nearness to tremendousness1864Franklin Variorum 1998F824A+
The Wind begun to knead the Grass --1864Thomas NilesJohnson Poems 1955J824+
"Unto me"? I do not know you1864Franklin Variorum 1998F825A+
An Hour is a Sea1864Susan DickinsonJohnson Poems 1955J825+
Denial is the only fact1864Franklin Variorum 1998F826A+
Love reckons by itself -- alone --1864Susan DickinsonJohnson Poems 1955J826+
All forgot for recollecting1864Franklin Variorum 1998F827A+
The Only News I know1864T. W. HigginsonJohnson Poems 1955J827+
Had I not this or this I said1864Franklin Variorum 1998F828A+
The Robin is the One1864T. W. HigginsonJohnson Poems 1955J828+
Between my country and the others1864Franklin Variorum 1998F829A+
Ample make this Bed --1883Thomas NilesJohnson Poems 1955J829+
The admirations and contempts of time1864Franklin Variorum 1998F830A+
To this World she returned.1864Gertrude Lefferts VanderbiltJohnson Poems 1955J830+
Till death is narrow loving1864Franklin Variorum 1998F831A+
Dying! To be afraid of thee1864Gertrude Lefferts VanderbiltJohnson Poems 1955J831+
'Tis sunrise - little maid - Hast thou1864Franklin Variorum 1998F832A+
Soto! Explore thyself!1864Austin DickinsonJohnson Poems 1955J832+
Pain expands the time1864Franklin Variorum 1998F833A+
Perhaps you think me stooping1864Samual Bowler and Mary BowlesJohnson Poems 1955J833+
Fitter to see him I may be1864Franklin Variorum 1998F834A+
Before He comes we weigh flee Time!1864Samual Bowler and Mary BowlesJohnson Poems 1955J834+
He who in himself believes1864Franklin Variorum 1998F835A+
Nature and God -- I neither knew1864Samual Bowler and Mary BowlesJohnson Poems 1955J835+
Color - caste - denomination1864Franklin Variorum 1998F836A+
Truth -- is as old as God --1864Josiah Holland and Elizabeth HollandJohnson Poems 1955J836+
I make his crescent fill or lack1864Franklin Variorum 1998F837A+
How well I knew Her not1864Johnson Poems 1955J837+
Robbed by death but that was easy1864Franklin Variorum 1998F838A+
Impossibility, like Wine1864Johnson Poems 1955J838+
Unfulfilled to observation1864Franklin Variorum 1998F839A+
Always Mine!1864Johnson Poems 1955J839+
Love is that later thing than death1864Franklin Variorum 1998F840A+
I cannot buy it -- 'tis not sold --1864Johnson Poems 1955J840+
Struck was I nor yet by lightning1864Franklin Variorum 1998F841A+
A Moth the hue of this1864Johnson Poems 1955J841+
Patience has a quiet outer1864Franklin Variorum 1998F842A+
Good to hide, and hear 'em hunt!1864Johnson Poems 1955J842+
It bloomed and dropt a single noon1864Franklin Variorum 1998F843A+
I made slow Riches but my Gain1864Johnson Poems 1955J843+
This merit hath the worst1864Franklin Variorum 1998F844A+
Spring is the Period1864Johnson Poems 1955J844+
We can but follow to the sun1864Franklin Variorum 1998F845A+
Be Mine the Doom --1864Johnson Poems 1955J845+
A drop fell on the apple tree1864Franklin Variorum 1998F846A+
A drop fell on the apple tree1864Franklin Variorum 1998F846B+
A drop fell on the apple tree1864Franklin Variorum 1998F846C+
A drop fell on the apple tree1864Susan DickinsonFranklin Variorum 1998F846D+
Twice had Summer her fair Verdure1864Johnson Poems 1955J846+
Her final summer was it1864Franklin Variorum 1998F847A+
Finite -- to fail, but infinite to Venture --1864Johnson Poems 1955J847+
Who giants know, with lesser men1864Franklin Variorum 1998F848A+
Just as He spoke it from his Hands1864Johnson Poems 1955J848+
By my window have I for scenery1864Franklin Variorum 1998F849A+
The good Will of a Flower1864Johnson Poems 1955J849+
Defrauded I a butterfly1864Franklin Variorum 1998F850A+
I sing to use the Waiting1864Johnson Poems 1955J850+
"I want" it pleaded all it's life1864Franklin Variorum 1998F851A+
When the Astronomer stops seeking1864Johnson Poems 1955J851+
It was a grave yet bore no stone1864Louise and Frances NorcrossFranklin Variorum 1998F852A+
It was a grave yet bore no stone1864Franklin Variorum 1998F852B+
It was a grave yet bore no stone1864Franklin Variorum 1998F852C+
Apology for Her1864Johnson Poems 1955J852+
She staked her feathers - gained an arc1864Franklin Variorum 1998F853A+
When One has given up One's life1864Johnson Poems 1955J853+
Despair's advantage is achieved1864Franklin Variorum 1998F854A+
Banish Air from Air --1864Johnson Poems 1955J854+
Two were immortal twice1864Susan DickinsonFranklin Variorum 1998F855A+
Two were immortal twice1864Franklin Variorum 1998F855B+
To own the Art within the Soul1864Johnson Poems 1955J855+
I play at riches to appease1864Franklin Variorum 1998F856A+
There is a finished feeling1864Johnson Poems 1955J856+
She rose to his requirement - dropt1864Franklin Variorum 1998F857A+
Uncertain lease -- developes lustre1864Johnson Poems 1955J857+
Time feels so vast that were it not1864Franklin Variorum 1998F858A+
This Chasm, Sweet, upon my life1864Johnson Poems 1955J858+
Who court obtain within himself1864Franklin Variorum 1998F859A+
A Doubt if it be Us1864Johnson Poems 1955J859+
No notice gave she but a change1864Franklin Variorum 1998F860A+
Absence disembodies -- so does Death1864Johnson Poems 1955J860+
They say that "Time assuages"1864Franklin Variorum 1998F861A+
They say that "Time assuages"1864T. W. HigginsonFranklin Variorum 1998F861B+
Split the Lark -- and you'll find the Music --1864Johnson Poems 1955J861+
On the bleakness of my lot1864Susan DickinsonFranklin Variorum 1998F862A+
On the bleakness of my lot1864Franklin Variorum 1998F862B+
Light is sufficient to itself --1864Johnson Poems 1955J862+
This bauble was preferred of bees1864Franklin Variorum 1998F863A+
That Distance was between Us1864Johnson Poems 1955J863+
A plated life diversified1864Franklin Variorum 1998F864A+
The Robin for the Crumb1864Johnson Poems 1955J864+
Expectation is contentment1864Franklin Variorum 1998F865A+
He outstripped Time with but a Bout,1864Johnson Poems 1955J865+
This dust and it's feature1864Franklin Variorum 1998F866A+
Fame is the tint that Scholars leave1864Johnson Poems 1955J866+
I felt a cleaving in my mind1864Susan DickinsonFranklin Variorum 1998F867A+
I felt a cleaving in my mind1864Franklin Variorum 1998F867B+
Escaping backward to perceive1864Johnson Poems 1955J867+
Fairer through fading as the day1864Franklin Variorum 1998F868A+
They ask but our Delight1864Johnson Poems 1955J868+
What I see not I better see1864Franklin Variorum 1998F869A+
Because the Bee may blameless hum1864Johnson Poems 1955J869+
None can experience stint1864Franklin Variorum 1998F870A+
Finding is the first Act1864Johnson Poems 1955J870+
The hallowing of pain1864Franklin Variorum 1998F871A+
The Sun and Moon must make their haste --1864Johnson Poems 1955J871+
Deprived of other banquet1864Franklin Variorum 1998F872A+
As the Starved Maelstrom laps the Navies1864Johnson Poems 1955J872+
It is a lonesome glee1864Franklin Variorum 1998F873A+
Ribbons of the Year --1864Johnson Poems 1955J873+
If blame be my side - forfeit me1864Franklin Variorum 1998F874A+
They wont frown always -- some sweet Day1864Johnson Poems 1955J874+
The color of a queen is this1864Franklin Variorum 1998F875A+
I stepped from Plank to Plank1864Johnson Poems 1955J875+
To be alive is power1864Susan DickinsonFranklin Variorum 1998F876A+
To be alive is power1864Franklin Variorum 1998F876B+
It was a Grave, yet bore no Stone1864Johnson Poems 1955J876+
The loneliness one dare not sound1864Franklin Variorum 1998F877A+
Each Scar I'll keep for Him1864Johnson Poems 1955J877+
Least bee that brew a honey's weight1864Susan DickinsonFranklin Variorum 1998F878A+
Least bee that brew a honey's weight1864Franklin Variorum 1998F878B+
The Sun is gay or stark1864Johnson Poems 1955J878+
This that would greet an hour ago1864Franklin Variorum 1998F879A+
Each Second is the last1864Johnson Poems 1955J879+
The service without hope1864Franklin Variorum 1998F880A+
The Bird must sing to earn the Crumb1864Johnson Poems 1955J880+
I meant to find her when I came1864Franklin Variorum 1998F881A+
I've none to tell me to but Thee1864Johnson Poems 1955J881+
The truth is stirless1864Franklin Variorum 1998F882A+
A Shade upon the mind there passes1864Johnson Poems 1955J882+
A south wind has a pathos1864Franklin Variorum 1998F883A+
The Poets light but Lamps --1864Johnson Poems 1955J883+
To wait an hour is long1864Franklin Variorum 1998F884A+
An Everywhere of Silver1864Johnson Poems 1955J884+
There is an arid pleasure1864Franklin Variorum 1998F885A+
Our little Kinsmen -- after Rain1864Johnson Poems 1955J885+
Bereaved of all I went abroad1864Franklin Variorum 1998F886A+
These tested Oui Horizon --1864Johnson Poems 1955J886+
Severer service of myself1864Franklin Variorum 1998F887A+
We outgrow love, like other things1864Johnson Poems 1955J887+
'Twould ease a butterfly1864Susan DickinsonFranklin Variorum 1998F888A+
'Twould ease a butterfly1864Franklin Variorum 1998F888B+
When I have seen the Sun emerge1864Johnson Poems 1955J888+
Such is the force of happiness1864Franklin Variorum 1998F889A+
Crisis is a Hair1864Johnson Poems 1955J889+
A coffin is a small domain1864Franklin Variorum 1998F890B+
From Us She wandered now a Year,1864Johnson Poems 1955J890+
I learned at least what home could be1864Franklin Variorum 1998F891A+
To my quick ear the Leaves -- conferred --1864Johnson Poems 1955J891+
Fame's boys and girls, who never die1865Franklin Variorum 1998F892A+
Who occupies this House?1864Johnson Poems 1955J892+
Her sovreign people1865Susan DickinsonFranklin Variorum 1998F893A+
Drab Habitation of Whom?1864Johnson Poems 1955J893+
The overtakelessness of those1865Susan DickinsonFranklin Variorum 1998F894A+
The overtakelessness of those1865Franklin Variorum 1998F894B+
Of Consciousness, her awful Mate1864Johnson Poems 1955J894+
Further in summer than the birds1865Gertrude Lefferts VanderbiltFranklin Variorum 1998F895A+
Further in summer than the birds1865Louise and Frances NorcrossFranklin Variorum 1998F895B+
Further in summer than the birds1865[T. W. Higginson]Franklin Variorum 1998F895C+
Further in summer than the birds1865T. W. HigginsonFranklin Variorum 1998F895D+
Further in summer than the birds1865Thomas NilesFranklin Variorum 1998F895E+
Further in summer than the birds1865Mabel ToddFranklin Variorum 1998F895F+
A Cloud withdrew from the Sky1864Johnson Poems 1955J895+
Purple is fashionable twice1865Franklin Variorum 1998F896A+
Of Silken Speech and Specious Shoe1864Johnson Poems 1955J896+
She sped as petals from a rose1865Franklin Variorum 1998F897A+
She sped as petals of a rose1865Franklin Variorum 1998F897B+
She sped as petals from a rose1865Susan DickinsonFranklin Variorum 1998F897C+
How fortunate the Grave --1864Johnson Poems 1955J897+
An hour is a sea1865Susan DickinsonFranklin Variorum 1998F898A+
How happy I was if I could forget1864Johnson Poems 1955J898+
Experience is the angled road1865Franklin Variorum 1998F899A+
Herein a Blossom lies --1864Johnson Poems 1955J899+
'Twas awkward but it fitted me1865Franklin Variorum 1998F900A+
What did They do since I saw Them?1864Johnson Poems 1955J900+
The soul's distinct connection1865Franklin Variorum 1998F901A+
Sweet, to have had them lost1864Johnson Poems 1955J901+
Too little way the house must lie1865Franklin Variorum 1998F902A+
The first Day that I was a Life1864Johnson Poems 1955J902+
A doubt if it be us1865Franklin Variorum 1998F903A+
I hide myself within my flower,1864Johnson Poems 1955J903+
Absence disembodies - so does death1865Franklin Variorum 1998F904A+
Had I not This, or This, I said,1864Johnson Poems 1955J904+
Split the lark and you'll find the music1865Franklin Variorum 1998F905A+
Between My Country -- and the Others --1864Johnson Poems 1955J905+
That distance was between us1865Franklin Variorum 1998F906A+
The Admirations -- and Contempts -- of time --1864Johnson Poems 1955J906+
That is solemn we have ended1865Franklin Variorum 1998F907A+
Till Death -- is narrow Loving --1864Johnson Poems 1955J907+
They ask but our delight1865Franklin Variorum 1998F908A+
'Tis Sunrise -- Little Maid -- Hast Thou1864Johnson Poems 1955J908+
Because the bee may blameless hum1865Franklin Variorum 1998F909A+
I make His Crescent fill or lack --1864Johnson Poems 1955J909+
Finding is the first act1865Franklin Variorum 1998F910A+
Experience is the Angled Road1864Johnson Poems 1955J910+
As frost is best conceived1865Franklin Variorum 1998F911A+
Too little way the House must lie1864Johnson Poems 1955J911+
To my quick ear the leaves conferred1865Franklin Variorum 1998F912A+
Peace is a fiction of our Faith --1864Johnson Poems 1955J912+
A man may make a remark1865Franklin Variorum 1998F913A+
And this of all my Hopes1864Johnson Poems 1955J913+
A door just opened on a street1865Franklin Variorum 1998F914A+
I cannot be ashamed1864Johnson Poems 1955J914+
What shall I do when the summer troubles1865Franklin Variorum 1998F915A+
Faith -- is the Pierless Bridge1864Johnson Poems 1955J915+
Drab habitation of whom?1865Franklin Variorum 1998F916A+
His Feet are shod with Gauze --1864Johnson Poems 1955J916+
As one does sickness over1865Franklin Variorum 1998F917A+
Love -- is anterior to Life --1864Johnson Poems 1955J917+
We met as sparks - diverging flints1865Franklin Variorum 1998F918A+
Only a Shrine, but Mine --1864Johnson Poems 1955J918+
Be mine the doom1865Franklin Variorum 1998F919A+
Be mine the doom1865Franklin Variorum 1998F919B+
If I can stop one Heart from breaking1864Johnson Poems 1955J919+
Each scar I'll keep for him1865Franklin Variorum 1998F920A+
We can but follow to the Sun --1864Johnson Poems 1955J920+
Snow beneath whose chilly softness1865Franklin Variorum 1998F921A+
If it had no pencil1864Johnson Poems 1955J921+
The sun is gay or stark1865Franklin Variorum 1998F922A+
Those who have been in the Grave the longest --1864Johnson Poems 1955J922+
They wont frown always - some sweet day1865Louise and Frances NorcrossFranklin Variorum 1998F923A+
They wont frown always - some sweet day1865Franklin Variorum 1998F923B+
How the Waters closed above Him1864Johnson Poems 1955J923+
On that dear frame the years had worn1865Franklin Variorum 1998F924A+
Love -- is that later Thing than Death --1864Johnson Poems 1955J924+
The lady feeds her little bird1865Franklin Variorum 1998F925A+
Struck, was I, nor yet by Lightning --1864Johnson Poems 1955J925+
I stepped from plank to plank1865Franklin Variorum 1998F926A+
Patience -- has a quiet Outer --1864Johnson Poems 1955J926+
Each second is the last1865Franklin Variorum 1998F927A+
Absent Place -- an April Day --1864Johnson Poems 1955J927+
The bird must sing to earn the crumb1865Franklin Variorum 1998F928A+
The Heart has narrow Banks1864Johnson Poems 1955J928+
I've none to tell me to but thee1865Franklin Variorum 1998F929A+
How far is it to Heaven?1864Johnson Poems 1955J929+
The poets light but lamps1865Franklin Variorum 1998F930A+
There is a June when Corn is cut1864Johnson Poems 1955J930+
An everywhere of silver1865Franklin Variorum 1998F931A+
Noon -- is the Hinge of Day --1864Johnson Poems 1955J931+
Our little kinsmen after rain1865Franklin Variorum 1998F932A+
My best Acquaintances are those1864Johnson Poems 1955J932+
Of tolling bell I ask the cause?1865Franklin Variorum 1998F933A+
Of tolling bell I ask the cause?1865Franklin Variorum 1998F933B+
Of tolling bell I ask the cause?1865Susan DickinsonFranklin Variorum 1998F933C+
Two Travellers perishing in Snow1864Johnson Poems 1955J933+
These tested our horizon1865Franklin Variorum 1998F934A+
That is solemn we have ended1864Johnson Poems 1955J934+
As imperceptibly as grief1865Susan DickinsonFranklin Variorum 1998F935A+
As imperceptibly as grief1865Franklin Variorum 1998F935B+
As imperceptibly as grief1865T. W. HigginsonFranklin Variorum 1998F935C+
As imperceptibly as grief1865Franklin Variorum 1998F935D+
As imperceptibly as grief1865Franklin Variorum 1998F935E+
Death leaves Us homesick, who behind,1864Johnson Poems 1955J935+
As willing lid o'er weary eye1865Franklin Variorum 1998F936A+
This Dust, and it's Feature --1864Johnson Poems 1955J936+
Not all die early dying young1865Susan DickinsonFranklin Variorum 1998F937A+
Not all die early dying young1865Josiah Gilbert HollandFranklin Variorum 1998F937B+
Not all die early dying young1865Franklin Variorum 1998F937C+
I felt a Cleaving in my Mind --1864Johnson Poems 1955J937+
Those who have been in the grave the longest1865Franklin Variorum 1998F938A+
Fairer through Fading -- as the Day1864Johnson Poems 1955J938+
Impossibility like wine1865Franklin Variorum 1998F939A+
What I see not, I better see --1864Johnson Poems 1955J939+
So set it's sun in thee1865Susan DickinsonFranklin Variorum 1998F940A+
So set it's sun in thee1865Franklin Variorum 1998F940B+
On that dear Frame the Years had worn1864Johnson Poems 1955J940+
How the waters closed above him1865Franklin Variorum 1998F941A+
The Lady feeds Her little Bird1864Johnson Poems 1955J941+
Always mine!1865Franklin Variorum 1998F942A+
Snow beneath whose chilly softness1864Johnson Poems 1955J942+
I cannot buy it - 'tis not sold1865Franklin Variorum 1998F943A+
A Coffin -- is a small Domain,1864Johnson Poems 1955J943+
A moth the hue of this1865Franklin Variorum 1998F944A+
I learned -- at least -- what Home could be --1864Johnson Poems 1955J944+
Good to hide and hear 'em hunt!1865Franklin Variorum 1998F945A+
This is a Blossom of the Brain --1864Johnson Poems 1955J945+
Dying! To be afraid of thee1865Louise and Frances NorcrossFranklin Variorum 1998F946A+
Dying! To be afraid of thee1865Gertrude Lefferts VanderbiltFranklin Variorum 1998F946B+
Dying! To be afraid of thee1865Franklin Variorum 1998F946C+
It is an honorable Thought1864Johnson Poems 1955J946+
I made slow riches but my gain1865Franklin Variorum 1998F947A+
Of Tolling Bell I ask the cause?1864Johnson Poems 1955J947+
Spring is the period1865Franklin Variorum 1998F948A+
'Twas Crisis -- All the length had passed --1864Johnson Poems 1955J948+
Before he comes we weigh the time1865Samuel BowlesFranklin Variorum 1998F949A+
Before he comes we weigh the time1865Franklin Variorum 1998F949B+
Under the Light, yet under,1864Johnson Poems 1955J949+
Twice had summer her fair verdure1865Franklin Variorum 1998F950A+
The Sunset stopped on Cottages1864Johnson Poems 1955J950+
Unable are the loved to die1865Susan DickinsonFranklin Variorum 1998F951A+
Unable are the loved to die1865Franklin Variorum 1998F951B+
As Frost is best conceived1864Johnson Poems 1955J951+
Finite to fail but infinite to venture1865Franklin Variorum 1998F952A+
A Man may make a Remark --1864Johnson Poems 1955J952+
Just as he spoke it from his hands1865Franklin Variorum 1998F953A+
A Door just opened on a street --1864Johnson Poems 1955J953+
The good will of a flower1865Franklin Variorum 1998F954A+
The Chemical conviction1864Johnson Poems 1955J954+
I sing to use the waiting1865Franklin Variorum 1998F955A+
The Hollows round His eager Eyes1864Johnson Poems 1955J955+
Her grace is all she has1865Susan DickinsonFranklin Variorum 1998F956A+
Her grace is all she has1865Franklin Variorum 1998F956B+
What shall I do when the Summer troubles --1864Johnson Poems 1955J956+
When the astronomer stops seeking1865Franklin Variorum 1998F957A+
As One does Sickness over1864Johnson Poems 1955J957+
Absent place an April day1865Franklin Variorum 1998F958A+
We met as Sparks -- Diverging Flints1864Johnson Poems 1955J958+
Apology for her1865Franklin Variorum 1998F959A+
A loss of something ever felt I --1864Johnson Poems 1955J959+
The heart has narrow banks1865Franklin Variorum 1998F960A+
As plan for Noon and plan for Night1864Johnson Poems 1955J960+
When one has given up one's life1865Franklin Variorum 1998F961A+
Wert Thou but ill -- that I might show thee1864Johnson Poems 1955J961+
A light exists in spring1865Susan DickinsonFranklin Variorum 1998F962A+
A light exists in spring1865Franklin Variorum 1998F962B+
Midsummer, was it, when They died --1864Johnson Poems 1955J962+
Banish air from air1865Franklin Variorum 1998F963A+
A nearness to Tremendousness --1864Johnson Poems 1955J963+
Like men and women shadows walk1865Susan DickinsonFranklin Variorum 1998F964A+
Like men and women shadows walk1865Franklin Variorum 1998F964B+
"Unto Me?" I do not know you --1864Johnson Poems 1955J964+
How far is it to heaven?1865Franklin Variorum 1998F965A+
Denial -- is the only fact1864Johnson Poems 1955J965+
A death blow is a life blow to some1865Susan DickinsonFranklin Variorum 1998F966A+
A death blow is a life blow to some1865Franklin Variorum 1998F966B+
A death blow is a life blow to some1865T. W. HigginsonFranklin Variorum 1998F966C+
All forgot for recollecting1864Johnson Poems 1955J966+
Two travellers perishing in snow1865Franklin Variorum 1998F967A+
Pain -- expands the Time --1864Johnson Poems 1955J967+
Fame is the tint that scholars leave1865Franklin Variorum 1998F968A+
Fitter to see Him, I may be1864Johnson Poems 1955J968+
Escaping backward to perceive1865Franklin Variorum 1998F969A+
He who in Himself believes --1864Johnson Poems 1955J969+
The mountain sat opon the plain1865Franklin Variorum 1998F970A+
Color -- Caste -- Denomination --1864Johnson Poems 1955J970+
Peace is a fiction of our faith1865Franklin Variorum 1998F971A+
Robbed by Death -- but that was easy --1864Johnson Poems 1955J971+
Not what we did shall be the test1865Susan DickinsonFranklin Variorum 1998F972A+
Not what we did shall be the test1865Franklin Variorum 1998F972B+
Unfulfilled to Observation --1864Johnson Poems 1955J972+
Death is a dialogue between1865Franklin Variorum 1998F973A+
'Twas awkward, but it fitted me --1864Johnson Poems 1955J973+
The largest fire ever known1865Franklin Variorum 1998F974A+
The largest fire ever known1865Susan DickinsonFranklin Variorum 1998F974B+
The Soul's distinct connection1864Johnson Poems 1955J974+
And this of all my hopes1865Franklin Variorum 1998F975A+
The Mountain sat upon the Plain1864Johnson Poems 1955J975+
Besides this May1865Franklin Variorum 1998F976A+
Death is a Dialogue between1864Johnson Poems 1955J976+
I cannot be ashamed1865Franklin Variorum 1998F977A+
Besides this May1864Johnson Poems 1955J977+
Faith is the pierless bridge1865Franklin Variorum 1998F978A+
It bloomed and dropt, a Single Noon --1864Johnson Poems 1955J978+
His feet are shod with gauze1865Franklin Variorum 1998F979A+
This Merit hath the worst --1864Johnson Poems 1955J979+
Love is anterior to life1865Franklin Variorum 1998F980A+
Purple -- is fashionable twice --1864Johnson Poems 1955J980+
Only a shrine but mine1865Franklin Variorum 1998F981A+
As Sleigh Bells seem in summer1864Johnson Poems 1955J981+
If I can stop one heart from breaking1865Franklin Variorum 1998F982A+
No Other can reduce1865Susan DickinsonJohnson Poems 1955J982+
Bee! I'm expecting you!1865Franklin Variorum 1998F983A+
Ideals are the Fairy Oil1865Susan DickinsonJohnson Poems 1955J983+
Satisfaction is the agent1865Franklin Variorum 1998F984A+
'Tis Anguish grander than Delight1865Susan DickinsonJohnson Poems 1955J984+
Here where the daisies fit my head1865Franklin Variorum 1998F985A+
The Missing All, prevented Me1865Susan DickinsonJohnson Poems 1955J985+
Where I am not afraid to go1865Louise and Frances NorcrossFranklin Variorum 1998F986A+
Where I am not afraid to go1865Franklin Variorum 1998F986B+
A narrow Fellow in the Grass1865T. W. HigginsonJohnson Poems 1955J986+
Her little parasol to lift1865Franklin Variorum 1998F987A+
The Leaves like Women, interchange1865Susan DickinsonJohnson Poems 1955J987+
Said death to passion1865Franklin Variorum 1998F988A+
The Definition of Beauty is1865Susan DickinsonJohnson Poems 1955J988+
Air has no residence, no neighbor1865Franklin Variorum 1998F989A+
Gratitude -- is not the mention1865Susan DickinsonJohnson Poems 1955J989+
His bill an augur is1865Franklin Variorum 1998F990A+
Not all die early, dying young --1865Susan DickinsonJohnson Poems 1955J990+
To undertake is to achieve1865Franklin Variorum 1998F991A+
To undertake is to achieve1865Franklin Variorum 1998F991B+
To undertake is to achieve1865T. W. HigginsonFranklin Variorum 1998F991C+
She sped as Petals of a Rose1865Susan DickinsonJohnson Poems 1955J991+
Three weeks passed since I had seen her1865Franklin Variorum 1998F992A+
The Dust behind I strove to join1865Susan DickinsonJohnson Poems 1955J992+
A sickness of this world it most occasions1865Franklin Variorum 1998F993A+
We miss Her, not because We see --1865Susan DickinsonJohnson Poems 1955J993+
He scanned it - staggered1865Franklin Variorum 1998F994A+
Partake as doth the Bee,1865Perez Dickinson CowanJohnson Poems 1955J994+
The missing all prevented me1865Susan DickinsonFranklin Variorum 1998F995A+
The missing all prevented me1865Franklin Variorum 1998F995B+
This was in the White of the Year --1865Louise and Frances NorcrossJohnson Poems 1955J995+
I heard as if I had no ear1865Franklin Variorum 1998F996A+
I heard as if I had no ear1865[T. W. Higginson]Franklin Variorum 1998F996B+
We'll pass without the parting1865Johnson Poems 1955J996+
Not so the infinite relations - below1865Franklin Variorum 1998F997A+
Crumbling is not an instant's Act1865Johnson Poems 1955J997+
Somewhat to hope for1865Franklin Variorum 1998F998A+
Best Things dwell out of Sight1865Johnson Poems 1955J998+
Spring comes on the world1865Franklin Variorum 1998F999A+
Superfluous were the Sun1865Johnson Poems 1955J999+
Lest this be heaven indeed1865Franklin Variorum 1998F1000A+
The Fingers of the Light1865Johnson Poems 1955J1000+
The stimulus beyond the grave1865Franklin Variorum 1998F1001A+
The Stimulus, beyond the Grave1865Johnson Poems 1955J1001+
Aurora is the effort1865Franklin Variorum 1998F1002A+
Aurora is the effort1865Johnson Poems 1955J1002+
Dying at my music!1865Franklin Variorum 1998F1003A+
Dying at my music!1865Johnson Poems 1955J1003+
There is no silence in the earth so silent1865Franklin Variorum 1998F1004A+
There is no Silence in the Earth -- so silent1865Johnson Poems 1955J1004+
Bind me I still can sing1865Franklin Variorum 1998F1005A+
Bind me -- I still can sing --1865Johnson Poems 1955J1005+
The first we knew of him was death1865Franklin Variorum 1998F1006A+
The first We knew of Him was Death --1865Johnson Poems 1955J1006+
Falsehood of thee could I suppose1865Franklin Variorum 1998F1007A+
Falsehood of Thee could I suppose1865Johnson Poems 1955J1007+
How still the bells in steeples stand1865Franklin Variorum 1998F1008A+
How still the Bells in Steeples stand1865Johnson Poems 1955J1008+
I was a phebe - nothing more1865Franklin Variorum 1998F1009A+
I was a Phebe -- nothing more --1865Johnson Poems 1955J1009+
Crumbling is not an instant's act1865Franklin Variorum 1998F1010A+
Up Life's Hill with my little Bundle1865Johnson Poems 1955J1010+
Not to discover weakness is1865Franklin Variorum 1998F1011A+
She rose as high as His Occasion1865Johnson Poems 1955J1011+
Best things dwell out of sight1865Franklin Variorum 1998F1012A+
Which is best? Heaven --1865Johnson Poems 1955J1012+
Superfluous were the sun1865Franklin Variorum 1998F1013A+
Too scanty 'twas to die for you,1865Johnson Poems 1955J1013+
This was in the white of the year1865Louise and Frances Norcross (Louise)Franklin Variorum 1998F1014A+
This was in the white of the year1865Franklin Variorum 1998F1014B+
Did We abolish Frost1865Johnson Poems 1955J1014+
The fingers of the light1865Franklin Variorum 1998F1015A+
Were it but Me that gained the Hight --1865Johnson Poems 1955J1015+
Ideals are the fairy oil1865Susan DickinsonFranklin Variorum 1998F1016A+
Ideals are the fairy oil1865Franklin Variorum 1998F1016B+
The Hills in Purple syllables1865Johnson Poems 1955J1016+
The soul should always stand ajar1865Franklin Variorum 1998F1017A+
To die -- without the Dying1865Johnson Poems 1955J1017+
Up life's hill with my little bundle1865Franklin Variorum 1998F1018A+
Who saw no Sunrise cannot say1865Johnson Poems 1955J1018+
She rose as high as his occasion1865Franklin Variorum 1998F1019A+
My Season's furthest Flower --1865Johnson Poems 1955J1019+
There is a zone whose even years1865Franklin Variorum 1998F1020A+
Trudging to Eden, looking backward,1865Johnson Poems 1955J1020+
Which is best? Heaven1865Franklin Variorum 1998F1021A+
Far from Love the Heavenly Father1865Johnson Poems 1955J1021+
A bold, inspiriting bird is the jay1865Franklin Variorum 1998F1022A+
A prompt - executive bird is the jay1865Franklin Variorum 1998F1022B+
A bold, inspiriting bird is the jay1865Susan DickinsonFranklin Variorum 1998F1022C+
I knew that I had gained1865Johnson Poems 1955J1022+
Too scanty 'twas to die for you1865Franklin Variorum 1998F1023A+
It rises -- passes -- on our South1865Johnson Poems 1955J1023+
Did we abolish frost1865Franklin Variorum 1998F1024A+
So large my Will1865Johnson Poems 1955J1024+
Were it but me that gained the hight1865Franklin Variorum 1998F1025A+
The Products of my Farm are these1865Johnson Poems 1955J1025+
The hills in purple syllables1865Franklin Variorum 1998F1026A+
The Dying need but little, Dear,1865Johnson Poems 1955J1026+
To die without the dying1865Franklin Variorum 1998F1027A+
My Heart upon a little Plate1865Johnson Poems 1955J1027+
Who saw no sunrise cannot say1865Franklin Variorum 1998F1028A+
'Twas my one Glory --1865Johnson Poems 1955J1028+
I had a daily bliss1865Franklin Variorum 1998F1029A+
Nor Mountain hinder Me1865Johnson Poems 1955J1029+
My season's furthest flower1865Franklin Variorum 1998F1030A+
That Such have died enable Us1865Johnson Poems 1955J1030+
Trudging to Eden looking backward1865Franklin Variorum 1998F1031A+
Fate slew Him, but He did not drop --1865Johnson Poems 1955J1031+
Far from love the Heavenly Father1865Franklin Variorum 1998F1032A+
Who is the East?1865Johnson Poems 1955J1032+
I knew that I had gained1865Franklin Variorum 1998F1033A+
Said Death to Passion1865Johnson Poems 1955J1033+
It rises - passes - on our south1865Franklin Variorum 1998F1034A+
His Bill an Augur is1865Johnson Poems 1955J1034+
So large my will1865Franklin Variorum 1998F1035A+
Bee! I'm expecting you!1865Johnson Poems 1955J1035+
The products of my farm are these1865Franklin Variorum 1998F1036A+
Satisfaction -- is the Agent1865Johnson Poems 1955J1036+
The dying need but little, dear1865Franklin Variorum 1998F1037A+
Here, where the Daisies fit my Head1865Johnson Poems 1955J1037+
Bloom is result - to meet a flower1865Franklin Variorum 1998F1038A+
Her little Parasol to lift1865Johnson Poems 1955J1038+
My heart opon a little plate1865Louise and Frances NorcrossFranklin Variorum 1998F1039A+
My heart opon a little plate1865Franklin Variorum 1998F1039B+
I heard, as if I had no Ear1865T. W. HigginsonJohnson Poems 1955J1039+
'Twas my one glory1865Franklin Variorum 1998F1040A+
Not so the infinite Relations -- Below1865Johnson Poems 1955J1040+
Nor mountain hinder me1865Franklin Variorum 1998F1041A+
Somewhat, to hope for,1865Johnson Poems 1955J1041+
When they come back - if blossoms do1865Franklin Variorum 1998F1042A+
Spring comes on the World --1865Johnson Poems 1955J1042+
Superiority to fate1865Franklin Variorum 1998F1043A+
Lest this be Heaven indeed1865Johnson Poems 1955J1043+
Revolution is the pod1865Franklin Variorum 1998F1044A+
A Sickness of this World it most occasions1865Johnson Poems 1955J1044+
We learn in the retreating1865Franklin Variorum 1998F1045A+
Nature rarer uses Yellow1865Johnson Poems 1955J1045+
What twigs we held by1865Franklin Variorum 1998F1046A+
I've dropped my Brain -- My Soul is numb --1865Johnson Poems 1955J1046+
We miss a kinsman more1865Franklin Variorum 1998F1047A+
The Opening and the Close1865Johnson Poems 1955J1047+
Ended ere it begun1865Franklin Variorum 1998F1048A+
Reportless Subjects, to the Quick1865Johnson Poems 1955J1048+
Myself can read the telegrams1865Franklin Variorum 1998F1049A+
Pain has but one Acquaintance1865Johnson Poems 1955J1049+
I am afraid to own a body1865Franklin Variorum 1998F1050A+
As willing lid o'er weary eye1865Johnson Poems 1955J1050+
The well opon the brook1865Franklin Variorum 1998F1051A+
I cannot meet the Spring unmoved --1865Johnson Poems 1955J1051+
It was not saint - it was too large1865Franklin Variorum 1998F1052A+
I never saw a Moor --1865Johnson Poems 1955J1052+
Because 'twas riches I could own1865Franklin Variorum 1998F1053A+
It was a quiet way --1865Johnson Poems 1955J1053+
Themself are all I have1865Franklin Variorum 1998F1054A+
Not to discover weakness is1865Johnson Poems 1955J1054+
To whom the mornings stand for nights1865Franklin Variorum 1998F1055A+
The Soul should always stand ajar1865Johnson Poems 1955J1055+
Could I but ride indefinite1865Franklin Variorum 1998F1056A+
There is a Zone whose even Years1865Johnson Poems 1955J1056+
Embarrassment of one another1865Franklin Variorum 1998F1057A+
I had a daily Bliss1865Johnson Poems 1955J1057+
To one denied to drink1865Franklin Variorum 1998F1058A+
Bloom -- is Result -- to meet a Flower1865Johnson Poems 1955J1058+
Uncertain lease developes lustre1865Franklin Variorum 1998F1059A+
Sang from the Heart, Sire,1865Johnson Poems 1955J1059+
Noon is the hinge of day1865Franklin Variorum 1998F1060A+
Air has no Residence, no Neighbor,1865Johnson Poems 1955J1060+
This chasm, Sweet, opon my life1865Franklin Variorum 1998F1061A+
Three Weeks passed since -- I had seen Her --1865Johnson Poems 1955J1061+
My best acquaintances are those1865Franklin Variorum 1998F1062A+
He scanned it -- staggered --1865Johnson Poems 1955J1062+
The sun and moon must make their haste1865Franklin Variorum 1998F1063A+
Ashes denote that Fire was --1865Johnson Poems 1955J1063+
As the starved maelstrom laps the navies1865Franklin Variorum 1998F1064A+
To help our Bleaker Parts1865Johnson Poems 1955J1064+
Ribbons of the year1865Franklin Variorum 1998F1065A+
Let down the Bars, Oh Death --1865Johnson Poems 1955J1065+
Death leaves us homesick, who behind1865Franklin Variorum 1998F1066A+
Fame's Boys and Girls, who never die1865Johnson Poems 1955J1066+
Crisis is a hair1865Franklin Variorum 1998F1067A+
Except the smaller size1866T. W. HigginsonJohnson Poems 1955J1067+
Under the light yet under1865Franklin Variorum 1998F1068A+
Further in Summer than the Birds1866Thomas NilesJohnson Poems 1955J1068+
Who occupies this house?1865Franklin Variorum 1998F1069A+
Paradise is of the option.1866T. W. HigginsonJohnson Poems 1955J1069+
The chemical conviction1865Franklin Variorum 1998F1070A+
To undertake is to achieve1866T. W. HigginsonJohnson Poems 1955J1070+
The hollows round his eager eyes1865Franklin Variorum 1998F1071A+
Perception of an object costs1866Susan DickinsonJohnson Poems 1955J1071+
A loss of something ever felt I1865Franklin Variorum 1998F1072A+
Title divine -- is mine!1862Susan DickinsonJohnson Poems 1955J1072+
Herein a blossom lies1865Franklin Variorum 1998F1073A+
Experiment to me1866Susan DickinsonJohnson Poems 1955J1073+
What did they do since I saw them?1865Franklin Variorum 1998F1074A+
Count not that far that can be had,1866Susan DickinsonJohnson Poems 1955J1074+
As plan for noon and plan for night1865Franklin Variorum 1998F1075A+
The Sky is low -- the Clouds are mean.1866Josiah Holland and Elizabeth HollandJohnson Poems 1955J1075+
Of consciousness, her awful mate1865Franklin Variorum 1998F1076A+
Just Once! Oh least Request!1866Samual Bowler and Mary BowlesJohnson Poems 1955J1076+
A cloud withdrew from the sky1865Franklin Variorum 1998F1077A+
These are the Signs to Nature's Inns --1866Johnson Poems 1955J1077+
Of silken speech and specious shoe1865Franklin Variorum 1998F1078A+
Of silken speech and specious shoe1865Franklin Variorum 1998F1078B+
The Bustle in a House1866Johnson Poems 1955J1078+
How fortunate the grave1865Franklin Variorum 1998F1079A+
The Sun went down -- no Man looked on --1866Johnson Poems 1955J1079+
How happy I was if I could forget1865Franklin Variorum 1998F1080A+
When they come back -- if Blossoms do --1866Johnson Poems 1955J1080+
Experiment to me1865Susan DickinsonFranklin Variorum 1998F1081A+
Experiment to me1865Franklin Variorum 1998F1081B+
Experiment to me1865Franklin Variorum 1998F1081C+
Superiority to Fate1866Johnson Poems 1955J1081+
That such have died enable us1865Franklin Variorum 1998F1082A+
Revolution is the Pod1866Johnson Poems 1955J1082+
Sang from the heart, sire1865Franklin Variorum 1998F1083A+
We learn in the Retreating1866Johnson Poems 1955J1083+
Fate slew him but he did not drop1865Franklin Variorum 1998F1084A+
At Half past Three, a single Bird1866Josiah Holland and Elizabeth HollandJohnson Poems 1955J1084+
Who is the east?1865Franklin Variorum 1998F1085A+
If Nature smiles -- the Mother must1866Johnson Poems 1955J1085+
Nature rarer uses yellow1865Louise and Frances NorcrossFranklin Variorum 1998F1086A+
Nature rarer uses yellow1865Franklin Variorum 1998F1086B+
What Twigs We held by --1866Johnson Poems 1955J1086+
To help our bleaker parts1865Franklin Variorum 1998F1087A+
We miss a Kinsman more1866Johnson Poems 1955J1087+
I've dropped my brain - My soul is numb1865Franklin Variorum 1998F1088A+
Ended, ere it begun --1866Johnson Poems 1955J1088+
The opening and the close1865Franklin Variorum 1998F1089A+
Myself can read the Telegrams1866Johnson Poems 1955J1089+
This quiet dust was gentlemen and ladies1865Susan DickinsonFranklin Variorum 1998F1090A+
This quiet dust was gentlemen and ladies1865Franklin Variorum 1998F1090B+
I am afraid to own a Body --1866Johnson Poems 1955J1090+
To own the art within the soul1865Franklin Variorum 1998F1091A+
The Well upon the Brook1866Johnson Poems 1955J1091+
There is a finished feeling1865Franklin Variorum 1998F1092A+
It was not Saint -- it was too large --1866Johnson Poems 1955J1092+
'Twas crisis - All the length had passed1865Franklin Variorum 1998F1093A+
Because 'twas Riches I could own,1866Johnson Poems 1955J1093+
We outgrow love like other things1865Franklin Variorum 1998F1094A+
Themself are all I have --1866Johnson Poems 1955J1094+
When I have seen the sun emerge1865Franklin Variorum 1998F1095A+
To Whom the Mornings stand for Nights,1866Johnson Poems 1955J1095+
A narrow fellow in the grass1865[Susan Dickinson]Franklin Variorum 1998F1096A+
A narrow fellow in the grass1865Franklin Variorum 1998F1096B+
A narrow fellow in the grass1865Franklin Variorum 1998F1096C+
These Strangers, in a foreign World,1866Johnson Poems 1955J1096+
Ashes denote that fire was1865Franklin Variorum 1998F1097A+
Dew -- is the Freshet in the Grass --1866Johnson Poems 1955J1097+
The leaves like women interchange1865Susan DickinsonFranklin Variorum 1998F1098A+
The leaves like women interchange1865Franklin Variorum 1998F1098B+
Of the Heart that goes in, and closes the Door1866Johnson Poems 1955J1098+
At half past three a single bird1865Josiah Gilbert HollandFranklin Variorum 1998F1099A+
At half past three a single bird1865Franklin Variorum 1998F1099B+
At half past three a single bird1865Franklin Variorum 1998F1099C+
My Cocoon tightens -- Colors teaze --1866Johnson Poems 1955J1099+
The last night that she lived1865Franklin Variorum 1998F1100A+
The last Night that She lived1866Johnson Poems 1955J1100+
If nature smiles - the mother must1865Franklin Variorum 1998F1101A+
Between the form of Life and Life1866Johnson Poems 1955J1101+
Dew is the freshet in the grass1865Susan DickinsonFranklin Variorum 1998F1102A+
Dew is the freshet in the grass1865Franklin Variorum 1998F1102B+
His Bill is clasped -- his Eye forsook --1866Johnson Poems 1955J1102+
Perception of an object costs1865Susan DickinsonFranklin Variorum 1998F1103A+
Perception of an object costs1865Franklin Variorum 1998F1103B+
The spry Arms of the Wind1866Johnson Poems 1955J1103+
The crickets sang1865Franklin Variorum 1998F1104A+
The crickets sang1865Franklin Variorum 1998F1104B+
The crickets sang1865Susan DickinsonFranklin Variorum 1998F1104C+
The Crickets sang1867Susan DickinsonJohnson Poems 1955J1104+
Of the heart that goes in and closes the door1865Franklin Variorum 1998F1105A+
Like Men and Women Shadows walk1867Susan DickinsonJohnson Poems 1955J1105+
These are the signs to nature's inns1865Franklin Variorum 1998F1106A+
We do not know the time we lose --1867Johnson Poems 1955J1106+
My cocoon tightens - Colors teaze1865Franklin Variorum 1998F1107A+
The Bird did prance -- the Bee did play --1867Johnson Poems 1955J1107+
The bustle in a house1865Franklin Variorum 1998F1108A+
A Diamond on the Hand1867Johnson Poems 1955J1108+
The sun went down - no man looked on1865Franklin Variorum 1998F1109A+
I fit for them --1867Johnson Poems 1955J1109+
One day is there of the series1865Franklin Variorum 1998F1110A+
One day is there of the series1865Susan DickinsonFranklin Variorum 1998F1110B+
None who saw it ever told it1867Johnson Poems 1955J1110+
He outstripped time with but a bout1865Franklin Variorum 1998F1111A+
Some Wretched creature, savior take1867Johnson Poems 1955J1111+
This is a blossom of the brain1865Franklin Variorum 1998F1112A+
That this should feel the need of Death1867Johnson Poems 1955J1112+
All circumstances are the frame1865Susan DickinsonFranklin Variorum 1998F1113A+
All circumstances are the frame1865Franklin Variorum 1998F1113B+
There is a strength in proving that it can be bourne1867Johnson Poems 1955J1113+
A shade opon the mind there passes1865Franklin Variorum 1998F1114A+
The largest Fire ever known1868Susan DickinsonJohnson Poems 1955J1114+
It is an honorable thought1865Franklin Variorum 1998F1115A+
The murmuring of Bees, has ceased1868Susan DickinsonJohnson Poems 1955J1115+
The sunset stopped on cottages1865Franklin Variorum 1998F1116A+
There is another Loneliness1868Susan DickinsonJohnson Poems 1955J1116+
Let down the bars, oh death1865Franklin Variorum 1998F1117A+
A Mine there is no Man would own1868Johnson Poems 1955J1117+
Reportless subjects, to the quick1865Franklin Variorum 1998F1118A+
Exhiliration is the Breeze1868Johnson Poems 1955J1118+
Pain has but one acquaintance1865Franklin Variorum 1998F1119A+
Paradise is that old mansion1868Johnson Poems 1955J1119+
Gratitude is not the mention1865Louise and Frances NorcrossFranklin Variorum 1998F1120A+
Gratitude is not the mention1865Susan DickinsonFranklin Variorum 1998F1120B+
Gratitude is not the mention1865Franklin Variorum 1998F1120C+
This slow Day moved along --1868Johnson Poems 1955J1120+
The sky is low - the clouds are mean1866Elizabeth HollandFranklin Variorum 1998F1121A+
Time does go on --1868Johnson Poems 1955J1121+
I cannot meet the spring unmoved1866Franklin Variorum 1998F1122A+
I cannot meet the spring unmoved1866Susan DickinsonFranklin Variorum 1998F1122B+
'Tis my first night beneath the Sun1868Johnson Poems 1955J1122+
Between the form of life and life1866Franklin Variorum 1998F1123A+
A great Hope fell1868Johnson Poems 1955J1123+
Count not that far that can be had1866Elizabeth HollandFranklin Variorum 1998F1124A+
Count not that far that can be had1866Franklin Variorum 1998F1124B+
Had we known the Ton she bore1868Johnson Poems 1955J1124+
Paradise is of the option1866Franklin Variorum 1998F1125A+
Paradise is of the option1866T. W. HigginsonFranklin Variorum 1998F1125B+
Oh Sumptuous moment1868Johnson Poems 1955J1125+
His bill is clasped - his eye forsook1866Franklin Variorum 1998F1126A+
His bill is locked, his eye estranged1866Louise and Frances NorcrossFranklin Variorum 1998F1126B+
Shall I take thee, the Poet said1868Johnson Poems 1955J1126+
After the sun comes out1866Franklin Variorum 1998F1127A+
Soft as the massacre of Suns1868Johnson Poems 1955J1127+
Distance is not the realm of fox1866Susan DickinsonFranklin Variorum 1998F1128A+
These are the Nights that Beetles love --1868Johnson Poems 1955J1128+
I fit for them - I seek the dark1866Franklin Variorum 1998F1129A+
Tell all the Truth but tell it slant --1868Johnson Poems 1955J1129+
The frost of death was on the pane1866Franklin Variorum 1998F1130A+
The frost of death was on the pane1866Louise and Frances NorcrossFranklin Variorum 1998F1130B+
The frost of death was on the pane1866Susan DickinsonFranklin Variorum 1998F1130C+
That odd old man is dead a year --1868Johnson Poems 1955J1130+
A diamond on the hand1867Franklin Variorum 1998F1131A+
The Merchant of the Picturesque1868Johnson Poems 1955J1131+
Some wretched creature, savior take1867Franklin Variorum 1998F1132A+
The smouldering embers blush --1868Johnson Poems 1955J1132+
There is a strength in proving that it can be borne1867Franklin Variorum 1998F1133A+
The Snow that never drifts --1868Johnson Poems 1955J1133+
The merchant of the picturesque1867Franklin Variorum 1998F1134A+
The Wind took up the Northern Things1868Johnson Poems 1955J1134+
None who saw it ever told it1867Franklin Variorum 1998F1135A+
Too cold is this1868Johnson Poems 1955J1135+
Soul, take thy risk1867Franklin Variorum 1998F1136A+
The Frost of Death was on the Pane --1869Susan DickinsonJohnson Poems 1955J1136+
Too cold is this1867Franklin Variorum 1998F1137A+
The duties of the Wind are few,1869Susan DickinsonJohnson Poems 1955J1137+
There is another loneliness1867Franklin Variorum 1998F1138A+
There is another loneliness1867Susan DickinsonFranklin Variorum 1998F1138B+
A Spider sewed at Night1869Susan DickinsonJohnson Poems 1955J1138+
We do not know the time we lose1867Franklin Variorum 1998F1139A+
Her sovreign People1869Susan DickinsonJohnson Poems 1955J1139+
The lightning is a yellow fork1867Franklin Variorum 1998F1140A+
The Day grew small, surrounded tight1869Susan DickinsonJohnson Poems 1955J1140+
A full fed rose on meals of tint1867Susan DickinsonFranklin Variorum 1998F1141A+
A full fed rose on meals of tint1867Franklin Variorum 1998F1141B+
The Face we choose to miss --1869Susan DickinsonJohnson Poems 1955J1141+
The murmuring of bees has ceased1867Franklin Variorum 1998F1142A+
The murmuring of bees has ceased1867Susan DickinsonFranklin Variorum 1998F1142B+
The Props assist the House1869Susan DickinsonJohnson Poems 1955J1142+
The smouldering embers blush1868Franklin Variorum 1998F1143A+
The Work of Her that went,1869Susan DickinsonJohnson Poems 1955J1143+
Paradise is that old mansion1868Franklin Variorum 1998F1144A+
Ourselves we do inter with sweet derision.Samual Bowler and Mary BowlesJohnson Poems 1955J1144+
In thy long paradise of light1868Franklin Variorum 1998F1145A+
In thy long Paradise of Light1869Johnson Poems 1955J1145+
Soft as the massacre of suns1868Franklin Variorum 1998F1146A+
When Etna basks and purrs1869Johnson Poems 1955J1146+
The bird did prance - the bee did play1868Franklin Variorum 1998F1147A+
The bird did prance - the bee did play1868Franklin Variorum 1998F1147B+
After a hundred years1869Johnson Poems 1955J1147+
Tell as a marksman were forgotten1868Franklin Variorum 1998F1148A+
After the Sun comes out1869Johnson Poems 1955J1148+
After a hundred years1868Franklin Variorum 1998F1149A+
I noticed People disappeared1869Johnson Poems 1955J1149+
These are the nights that beetles love1868Franklin Variorum 1998F1150A+
How many schemes may die1869Johnson Poems 1955J1150+
'Tis my first night beneath the sun1868Franklin Variorum 1998F1151A+
Soul, take thy risk,1869Johnson Poems 1955J1151+
The wind took up the northern things1868Franklin Variorum 1998F1152A+
Tell as a Marksman -- were forgotten1869Johnson Poems 1955J1152+
The longest day that God appoints1868Louise and Frances NorcrossFranklin Variorum 1998F1153A+
Through what transports of Patience1874Johnson Poems 1955J1153+
I noticed people disappeared1869Franklin Variorum 1998F1154A+
A full fed Rose on meals of Tint1870Susan DickinsonJohnson Poems 1955J1154+
The snow that never drifts1869Franklin Variorum 1998F1155A+
Distance -- is not the Realm of Fox1870Susan DickinsonJohnson Poems 1955J1155+
That odd old man is dead a year1869Franklin Variorum 1998F1156A+
Lest any doubt that we are glad that they were born Today1870Susan DickinsonJohnson Poems 1955J1156+
Exhiliration is the breeze1869Franklin Variorum 1998F1157A+
Some Days retired from the rest1870Susan DickinsonJohnson Poems 1955J1157+
Best witchcraft is geometry1869Franklin Variorum 1998F1158A+
Best witchcraft is geometry1869Susan DickinsonFranklin Variorum 1998F1158B+
Best Witchcraft is Geometry1870Susan DickinsonJohnson Poems 1955J1158+
The work of her that went1869Susan DickinsonFranklin Variorum 1998F1159A+
Great Streets of silence led away1870Susan DickinsonJohnson Poems 1955J1159+
The duties of the wind are few1869Franklin Variorum 1998F1160A+
The duties of the wind are few1869Susan DickinsonFranklin Variorum 1998F1160B+
He is alive, this morning --1870Samual Bowler and Mary BowlesJohnson Poems 1955J1160+
When Etna basks and purrs1869Susan DickinsonFranklin Variorum 1998F1161A+
Trust adjusts her "Peradventure" --1870T. W. HigginsonJohnson Poems 1955J1161+
A mine there is no man would own1869Susan DickinsonFranklin Variorum 1998F1162A+
The Life we have is very great.1870Louise and Frances NorcrossJohnson Poems 1955J1162+
A spider sewed at night1869Susan DickinsonFranklin Variorum 1998F1163A+
A spider sewed at night1869Louise and Frances NorcrossFranklin Variorum 1998F1163B+
God made no act without a cause,Johnson Poems 1955J1163+
The day grew small, surrounded tight1869Franklin Variorum 1998F1164A+
The day grew small, surrounded tight1869Susan DickinsonFranklin Variorum 1998F1164B+
Were it to be the last1870Catherine Dickinson SweetserJohnson Poems 1955J1164+
Were it to be the last1870Catherine Dickinson SweetserFranklin Variorum 1998F1165A+
Contained in this short Life1870Johnson Poems 1955J1165+
Great streets of silence led away1870Louise and Frances NorcrossFranklin Variorum 1998F1166A+
Great streets of silence led away1870Susan DickinsonFranklin Variorum 1998F1166B+
Great streets of silence led away1870Franklin Variorum 1998F1166C+
Of Paul and Silas it is said1870Johnson Poems 1955J1166+
I bet with every wind that blew1870[Susan Dickinson]Franklin Variorum 1998F1167A+
Alone and in a Circumstance1870Johnson Poems 1955J1167+
My God he sees thee1870Susan DickinsonFranklin Variorum 1998F1168A+
As old as Woe --1870Johnson Poems 1955J1168+
Some days retired from the rest1870Susan DickinsonFranklin Variorum 1998F1169A+
Some days retired from the rest1870Franklin Variorum 1998F1169B+
Lest they should come -- is all my fear1870Johnson Poems 1955J1169+
Of nature I shall have enough1870Franklin Variorum 1998F1170A+
Nature affects to be sedate1870Johnson Poems 1955J1170+
The suburbs of a secret1870Susan DickinsonFranklin Variorum 1998F1171A+
The suburbs of a secret1870Franklin Variorum 1998F1171B+
On the World you colored1870Johnson Poems 1955J1171+
The incidents of love1870Franklin Variorum 1998F1172A+
The incidents of love1870Susan DickinsonFranklin Variorum 1998F1172B+
The Clouds their Backs together laid1870Johnson Poems 1955J1172+
He is alive this morning1870Samuel BowlesFranklin Variorum 1998F1173A+
The Lightning is a yellow Fork1870Johnson Poems 1955J1173+
Alone and in a circumstance1870Franklin Variorum 1998F1174A+
There's the Battle of Burgoyne --1870Johnson Poems 1955J1174+
Contained in this short life1870Franklin Variorum 1998F1175A+
Contained in this short life1870Franklin Variorum 1998F1175B+
Contained in this short life1870Franklin Variorum 1998F1175C+
We like a Hairbreadth 'scape1870Johnson Poems 1955J1175+
Nature affects to be sedate1870Franklin Variorum 1998F1176A+
We never know how high we are1870Johnson Poems 1955J1176+
Trust adjusts her "peradventure"1870T. W. HigginsonFranklin Variorum 1998F1177A+
A prompt -- executive Bird is the Jay --1871Susan DickinsonJohnson Poems 1955J1177+
The life we have is very great1870Elizabeth HollandFranklin Variorum 1998F1178A+
My God -- He sees thee --1871Susan DickinsonJohnson Poems 1955J1178+
Where every bird is bold to go1870Franklin Variorum 1998F1179A+
Of so divine a Loss1871Susan DickinsonJohnson Poems 1955J1179+
The riddle that we guess1870[T. W. Higginson]Franklin Variorum 1998F1180A+
The riddle we can guess1870[Samuel Bowles]Franklin Variorum 1998F1180B+
The riddle that we guess1870Franklin Variorum 1998F1180C+
"Remember me" implored the Thief!1871Susan DickinsonJohnson Poems 1955J1180+
Experiment escorts us last1870[T. W. Higginson]Franklin Variorum 1998F1181A+
When I hoped I feared --1871T. W. HigginsonJohnson Poems 1955J1181+
Too happy time dissolves itself1870[T. W. Higginson]Franklin Variorum 1998F1182A+
Remembrance has a Rear and Front --1871T. W. HigginsonJohnson Poems 1955J1182+
Because he loves her1870[T. W. Higginson]Franklin Variorum 1998F1183A+
It will not harm her magic pace1870Helen Hunt JacksonFranklin Variorum 1998F1183B+
Because he loves her1870Franklin Variorum 1998F1183C+
Because he loves her1870Franklin Variorum 1998F1183D+
Step lightly on this narrow spot --1871Susan DickinsonJohnson Poems 1955J1183+
We introduce ourselves1870Franklin Variorum 1998F1184A+
The Days that we can spare1871T. W. HigginsonJohnson Poems 1955J1184+
Had we known the ton she bore1870Franklin Variorum 1998F1185A+
A little Dog that wags his tail1871Edward (Ned) DickinsonJohnson Poems 1955J1185+
Oh sumptuous moment1870Franklin Variorum 1998F1186A+
Too few the mornings be,1871Louise and Frances NorcrossJohnson Poems 1955J1186+
A great hope fell1870Franklin Variorum 1998F1187A+
Oh Shadow on the Grass,1871Johnson Poems 1955J1187+
A not admitting of the wound1870Franklin Variorum 1998F1188A+
'Twas fighting for his Life he was --1871Johnson Poems 1955J1188+
That this should feel the need of death1870Franklin Variorum 1998F1189A+
The Voice that stands for Floods to me1871Johnson Poems 1955J1189+
The frost was never seen1870Franklin Variorum 1998F1190A+
The Sun and Fog contested1871Johnson Poems 1955J1190+
Lest any doubt that we are glad that they were born today1870Susan DickinsonFranklin Variorum 1998F1191A+
The pungent atom in the Air1871Johnson Poems 1955J1191+
God made no act without a cause1870Louise and Frances NorcrossFranklin Variorum 1998F1192A+
An honest Tear1871Johnson Poems 1955J1192+
White as an Indian pipe1871Susan DickinsonFranklin Variorum 1998F1193A+
All men for Honor hardest work1871Johnson Poems 1955J1193+
We like March - his shoes are purple1871Susan DickinsonFranklin Variorum 1998F1194A+
We like March - his shoes are purple1871Franklin Variorum 1998F1194B+
We like March - his shoes are purple1871Franklin Variorum 1998F1194C+
We like March - his shoes are purple1871Franklin Variorum 1998F1194D+
We like March - his shoes are purple1871Franklin Variorum 1998F1194E+
We like March - his shoes are purple1871[Mabel Todd]Franklin Variorum 1998F1194F+
Somehow myself survived the Night1871Johnson Poems 1955J1194+
Society for me my misery1871Franklin Variorum 1998F1195A+
What we see we know somewhat1871Johnson Poems 1955J1195+
Safe despair it is that raves1871Susan DickinsonFranklin Variorum 1998F1196A+
Safe despair it is that raves1871Franklin Variorum 1998F1196B+
To make Routine a Stimulus1871Johnson Poems 1955J1196+
We never know how high we are1871Franklin Variorum 1998F1197A+
I should not dare to be so sad1871Johnson Poems 1955J1197+
This slow day moved along1871Franklin Variorum 1998F1198A+
A soft Sea washed around the House1871T. W. HigginsonJohnson Poems 1955J1198+
A soft sea washed around the house1871Franklin Variorum 1998F1199A+
Are Friends Delight or Pain?1871Johnson Poems 1955J1199+
Whatever it is she has tried it1871Franklin Variorum 1998F1200A+
Because my Brook is fluent1871Johnson Poems 1955J1200+
Too few the mornings be1871Louise and Frances Norcross (Louise)Franklin Variorum 1998F1201A+
So I pull my Stockings off1871Johnson Poems 1955J1201+
Of so divine a loss1871Susan DickinsonFranklin Variorum 1998F1202A+
The Frost was never seen --1871Johnson Poems 1955J1202+
On the world you colored1871Franklin Variorum 1998F1203A+
The Past is such a curious Creature1871Johnson Poems 1955J1203+
Lest they should come is all my fear1871Franklin Variorum 1998F1204A+
Whatever it is -- she has tried it --1871Johnson Poems 1955J1204+
All men for honor hardest work1871Franklin Variorum 1998F1205A+
Immortal is an ample word1872T. W. HigginsonJohnson Poems 1955J1205+
Of Paul and Silas it is said1871Franklin Variorum 1998F1206A+
The Show is not the Show1872T. W. HigginsonJohnson Poems 1955J1206+
The voice that stands for floods to me1871Franklin Variorum 1998F1207A+
He preached upon "Breadth" till it argued him narrow --1872T. W. HigginsonJohnson Poems 1955J1207+
"Remember me" implored the thief!1871Franklin Variorum 1998F1208A+
"Remember me" implored the thief!1871Franklin Variorum 1998F1208B+
"Remember me" implored the thief!1871Susan DickinsonFranklin Variorum 1998F1208C+
Our own possessions -- though our own --1872T. W. HigginsonJohnson Poems 1955J1208+
Somehow myself survived the night1871Franklin Variorum 1998F1209A+
To disappear enhances --1872T. W. HigginsonJohnson Poems 1955J1209+
Some we see no more, tenements of wonder1871Franklin Variorum 1998F1210A+
The Sea said "Come" to the Brook --1872T. W. HigginsonJohnson Poems 1955J1210+
It's hour with itself1871Franklin Variorum 1998F1211A+
A Sparrow took a Slice of Twig1872Susan DickinsonJohnson Poems 1955J1211+
My triumph lasted till the drums1871Franklin Variorum 1998F1212A+
A word is deadLouise and Frances NorcrossJohnson Poems 1955J1212+
Like trains of cars on tracks of plush1871Franklin Variorum 1998F1213A+
We like March.Johnson Poems 1955J1213+
Not any higher stands the grave1871Franklin Variorum 1998F1214A+
Not any higher stands the grave1871T. W. HigginsonFranklin Variorum 1998F1214B+
We introduce ourselves1872Johnson Poems 1955J1214+
The harm of years is on him1871Franklin Variorum 1998F1215A+
I bet with every Wind that blew1872Johnson Poems 1955J1215+
A wind that rose though not a leaf1871Susan DickinsonFranklin Variorum 1998F1216A+
A wind that rose though not a leaf1871Franklin Variorum 1998F1216A+
A wind that rose though not a leaf1871Franklin Variorum 1998F1216B+
A wind that rose though not a leaf1871Franklin Variorum 1998F1216C+
A wind that rose though not a leaf1871T. W. HigginsonFranklin Variorum 1998F1216D+
A Deed knocks first at Thought1872Johnson Poems 1955J1216+
I worked for chaff and earning wheat1871Franklin Variorum 1998F1217A+
Fortitude incarnate1872Johnson Poems 1955J1217+
The bone that has no marrow1871Franklin Variorum 1998F1218A+
Let my first Knowing be of thee1878Johnson Poems 1955J1218+
Who goes to dine must take his feast1871Franklin Variorum 1998F1219A+
Who goes to dine must take his feast1871Franklin Variorum 1998F1219B+
Now I knew I lost her --1872Johnson Poems 1955J1219+
The popular heart is a cannon first1871Franklin Variorum 1998F1220A+
Of Nature I shall have enough1872Johnson Poems 1955J1220+
It came at last but prompter death1871Franklin Variorum 1998F1221A+
Some we see no more, Tenements of Wonder1872Johnson Poems 1955J1221+
The pungent atom in the air1871Franklin Variorum 1998F1222A+
The Riddle we can guess1870T. W. HigginsonJohnson Poems 1955J1222+
Immortal is an ample word1871Franklin Variorum 1998F1223A+
Immortal is an ample word1871T. W. HigginsonFranklin Variorum 1998F1223B+
Who goes to dine must take his Feast1872Johnson Poems 1955J1223+
Are friends delight or pain?1871Franklin Variorum 1998F1224A+
Like Trains of Cars on Tracks of Plush1872Johnson Poems 1955J1224+
The mountains stood in haze1871Franklin Variorum 1998F1225A+
It's Hour with itself1872Johnson Poems 1955J1225+
Somewhere opon the general earth1871Franklin Variorum 1998F1226A+
The Popular Heart is a Cannon first --1872Johnson Poems 1955J1226+
Step lightly on this narrow spot1871Susan DickinsonFranklin Variorum 1998F1227A+
Step lightly on this narrow spot1871Franklin Variorum 1998F1227B+
Step lightly on this narrow spot1871Franklin Variorum 1998F1227C+
Step lightly on this narrow spot1871T. W. HigginsonFranklin Variorum 1998F1227D+
My Triumph lasted till the Drums1872Johnson Poems 1955J1227+
I cannot want it more1871Franklin Variorum 1998F1228A+
So much of Heaven has gone from Earth1872Johnson Poems 1955J1228+
The days that we can spare1871Franklin Variorum 1998F1229A+
The days that we can spare1871T. W. HigginsonFranklin Variorum 1998F1229B+
The days that we can spare1871Franklin Variorum 1998F1229C+
Because He loves Her1872Johnson Poems 1955J1229+
'Twas fighting for his life he was1871Franklin Variorum 1998F1230A+
It came at last but prompter Death1872Johnson Poems 1955J1230+
Frigid and sweet her parting face1871Franklin Variorum 1998F1231A+
Somewhere upon the general Earth1872Johnson Poems 1955J1231+
An honest tear1871Franklin Variorum 1998F1232A+
The Clover's simple Fame1872Johnson Poems 1955J1232+
I should not dare to be so sad1871Franklin Variorum 1998F1233A+
Had I not seen the Sun1872Johnson Poems 1955J1233+
Remembrance has a rear and front1871Franklin Variorum 1998F1234A+
Remembrance has a rear and front1871Louise and Frances NorcrossFranklin Variorum 1998F1234B+
Remembrance has a rear and front1871Franklin Variorum 1998F1234C+
Remembrance has a rear and front1871T. W. HigginsonFranklin Variorum 1998F1234D+
If my Bark sink1872Johnson Poems 1955J1234+
Because my brook is fluent1871Franklin Variorum 1998F1235A+
Like Rain it sounded till it curved1872Johnson Poems 1955J1235+
A little dog that wags his tail1871Edward (Ned) DickinsonFranklin Variorum 1998F1236A+
A little dog that wags his tail1871Franklin Variorum 1998F1236B+
Like Time's insidious wrinkle1872Johnson Poems 1955J1236+
Oh shadow on the grass!1871Franklin Variorum 1998F1237A+
Oh shadow on the grass!1871Franklin Variorum 1998F1237B+
My Heart ran so to thee1878Johnson Poems 1955J1237+
To make routine a stimulus1871Franklin Variorum 1998F1238A+
Power is a familiar growth --1872Johnson Poems 1955J1238+
To disappear enhances1871Susan DickinsonFranklin Variorum 1998F1239A+
To disappear enhances1871Franklin Variorum 1998F1239B+
To disappear enhances1871T. W. HigginsonFranklin Variorum 1998F1239C+
Risk is the Hair that holds the Tun1872Johnson Poems 1955J1239+
So much of heaven has gone from earth1871Franklin Variorum 1998F1240A+
The Beggar at the Door for Fame1872Johnson Poems 1955J1240+
Like brooms of steel1872Susan DickinsonFranklin Variorum 1998F1241A+
The Lilac is an ancient shrub1872Johnson Poems 1955J1241+
The stars are old that stood for me1872Susan DickinsonFranklin Variorum 1998F1242A+
The stars are old that stood for me1872T. W. HigginsonFranklin Variorum 1998F1242B+
To flee from memory1872Johnson Poems 1955J1242+
Shall I take thee, the poet said1872Franklin Variorum 1998F1243A+
Safe Despair it is that raves --1873Susan DickinsonJohnson Poems 1955J1243+
Fly - fly - but as you fly1872Franklin Variorum 1998F1244A+
The Butterfly's Assumption Gown1873Susan DickinsonJohnson Poems 1955J1244+
Like rain it sounded till it curved1872Franklin Variorum 1998F1245A+
The Suburbs of a Secret1873Susan DickinsonJohnson Poems 1955J1245+
The clouds their backs together laid1872Franklin Variorum 1998F1246A+
The Butterfly in honored Dust1873Susan DickinsonJohnson Poems 1955J1246+
We like a hairbreadth 'scape1872Franklin Variorum 1998F1247A+
To pile like Thunder to it's close1873Susan DickinsonJohnson Poems 1955J1247+
The sun and fog contested1872Franklin Variorum 1998F1248A+
The incidents of love1873Susan DickinsonJohnson Poems 1955J1248+
Had I not seen the sun1872Franklin Variorum 1998F1249A+
The Stars are old, that stood for me --1873T. W. HigginsonJohnson Poems 1955J1249+
If my bark sink1872Franklin Variorum 1998F1250A+
White as an Indian Pipe1873Susan DickinsonJohnson Poems 1955J1250+
Look back on time with kindly eyes1872Franklin Variorum 1998F1251A+
Silence is all we dread.1873Susan DickinsonJohnson Poems 1955J1251+
It is the meek that valor wear1872Elizabeth HollandFranklin Variorum 1998F1252A+
Like Brooms of Steel1873Susan DickinsonJohnson Poems 1955J1252+
Risk is the hair that holds the tun1872Franklin Variorum 1998F1253A+
Had this one Day not been,1873Susan DickinsonJohnson Poems 1955J1253+
Let my first knowing be of thee1872Franklin Variorum 1998F1254A+
Elijah's Wagon knew no thill1873Susan DickinsonJohnson Poems 1955J1254+
Fortitude incarnate1872Franklin Variorum 1998F1255A+
Longing is like the Seed1872T. W. HigginsonJohnson Poems 1955J1255+
The clover's simple fame1872Franklin Variorum 1998F1256A+
A clover's simple fame1872Franklin Variorum 1998F1256B+
The clover's simple fame1872Franklin Variorum 1998F1256C+
Not any higher stands the Grave1873T. W. HigginsonJohnson Poems 1955J1256+
A sparrow took a slice of twig1872Franklin Variorum 1998F1257A+
A sparrow took a slice of twig1872Susan DickinsonFranklin Variorum 1998F1257B+
Dominion lasts until obtained --1873T. W. HigginsonJohnson Poems 1955J1257+
A stagnant pleasure like a pool1872Franklin Variorum 1998F1258A+
Who were "the Father and the Son"1873T. W. HigginsonJohnson Poems 1955J1258+
As old as woe1872Franklin Variorum 1998F1259A+
A Wind that rose1873T. W. HigginsonJohnson Poems 1955J1259+
Is heaven a physician?1872Franklin Variorum 1998F1260A+
Because that you are going1873T. W. HigginsonJohnson Poems 1955J1260+
The lilac is an ancient shrub1872Franklin Variorum 1998F1261A+
A Word dropped careless on a Page1873Louise and Frances NorcrossJohnson Poems 1955J1261+
Until the desert knows1872Franklin Variorum 1998F1262A+
I cannot see my soul but know 'tis thereLouise and Frances NorcrossJohnson Poems 1955J1262+
Tell all the truth but tell it slant1872Franklin Variorum 1998F1263A+
There is no Frigate like a Book1873Louise and Frances NorcrossJohnson Poems 1955J1263+
Like time's insidious wrinkle1872Franklin Variorum 1998F1264A+
This is the place they hoped before,1873Louise and Frances NorcrossJohnson Poems 1955J1264+
Through what transports of patience1872Franklin Variorum 1998F1265A+
The most triumphant Bird I ever knew or met1873Louise and Frances NorcrossJohnson Poems 1955J1265+
He preached about breadth till we knew he was narrow1872Franklin Variorum 1998F1266A+
He preached opon "breadth" till it argued him narrow1872T. W. HigginsonFranklin Variorum 1998F1266B+
When Memory is full1873Josiah Holland and Elizabeth HollandJohnson Poems 1955J1266+
Our own possessions - though our own1872Susan DickinsonFranklin Variorum 1998F1267A+
Our own possessions - though our own1872T. W. HigginsonFranklin Variorum 1998F1267B+
I saw that the Flake was on it1873Johnson Poems 1955J1267+
A word dropped careless on a page1872Franklin Variorum 1998F1268A+
A word left careless on a page1872Louise and Frances NorcrossFranklin Variorum 1998F1268B+
Confirming All who analyze1873Johnson Poems 1955J1268+
I thought that nature was enough1872Franklin Variorum 1998F1269A+
I worked for chaff and earning Wheat1873Johnson Poems 1955J1269+
The show is not the show1872Franklin Variorum 1998F1270A+
The show is not the show1872Franklin Variorum 1998F1270B+
The show is not the show1872T. W. HigginsonFranklin Variorum 1998F1270C+
Is Heaven a Physician?1873Johnson Poems 1955J1270+
So I pull my stockings off1872Franklin Variorum 1998F1271A+
September's Baccalaureate1873Johnson Poems 1955J1271+
What we see we know somewhat1872Franklin Variorum 1998F1272A+
So proud she was to die1873Johnson Poems 1955J1272+
The past is such a curious creature1872Franklin Variorum 1998F1273A+
That sacred Closet when you sweep --1873Johnson Poems 1955J1273+
Now I knew I lost her1872Franklin Variorum 1998F1274A+
Now I knew I lost her1872Franklin Variorum 1998F1274B+
The Bone that has no Marrow,1873Johnson Poems 1955J1274+
The sea said "Come" to the brook1872Franklin Variorum 1998F1275A.1+
The sea said "Come" to the brook1872Franklin Variorum 1998F1275A.2+
The sea said "Come" to the brook1872Franklin Variorum 1998F1275B+
The sea said "Come" to the brook1872T. W. HigginsonFranklin Variorum 1998F1275C+
The Spider as an Artist1873Johnson Poems 1955J1275+
I cannot see my soul but know 'tis there1873Louise and Frances NorcrossFranklin Variorum 1998F1276A+
'Twas later when the summer went1873Johnson Poems 1955J1276+
"Was not" was all the statement1873Franklin Variorum 1998F1277A+
"Was not" was all the statement1873Franklin Variorum 1998F1277B+
While we were fearing it, it came --1873Johnson Poems 1955J1277+
So pleased she was to die1873Franklin Variorum 1998F1278A+
So fain she was to die1873Franklin Variorum 1998F1278B+
So proud she was to die1873Franklin Variorum 1998F1278C+
The Mountains stood in Haze --1873Johnson Poems 1955J1278+
The things we thought that we should do1873Franklin Variorum 1998F1279B+
The things we thought that we should do1873Franklin Variorum 1998F1279C+
The things we thought that we should do1873T. W. HigginsonFranklin Variorum 1998F1279D+
The Way to know the Bobolink1873Johnson Poems 1955J1279+
Who were "the Father and the Son"1873T. W. HigginsonFranklin Variorum 1998F1280A+
Who were "the Father and the Son"1873Franklin Variorum 1998F1280B+
The harm of Years is on him --1873Johnson Poems 1955J1280+
Had this one day not been1873Susan DickinsonFranklin Variorum 1998F1281A+
A stagnant pleasure like a Pool1873Johnson Poems 1955J1281+
Could hope inspect her basis1873Franklin Variorum 1998F1282A+
Art thou the thing I wanted?1873Johnson Poems 1955J1282+
I know suspense - it steps so terse1873Franklin Variorum 1998F1283A+
Could Hope inspect her Basis1873Johnson Poems 1955J1283+
This is the place they hoped before1873Louise and Frances Norcross (Frances)Franklin Variorum 1998F1284A+
Had we our senses1873Johnson Poems 1955J1284+
The most triumphant bird1873Franklin Variorum 1998F1285A+
The most triumphant bird1873Louise and Frances NorcrossFranklin Variorum 1998F1285B+
The most triumphant bird1873Franklin Variorum 1998F1285C+
The most triumphant bird1873Elizabeth HollandFranklin Variorum 1998F1285D+
I know Suspense -- it steps so terse1873Johnson Poems 1955J1285+
There is no frigate like a book1873Franklin Variorum 1998F1286A+
There is no frigate like a book1873Franklin Variorum 1998F1286B+
There is no frigate like a book1873Louise and Frances NorcrossFranklin Variorum 1998F1286C+
There is no frigate like a book1873Franklin Variorum 1998F1286D+
I thought that nature was enough1873Johnson Poems 1955J1286+
Power is a familiar growth1873Franklin Variorum 1998F1287A+
In this short Life1873Johnson Poems 1955J1287+
Elijah's wagon had no thill1873Franklin Variorum 1998F1288A+
Elijah's wagon knew no thill1873Franklin Variorum 1998F1288B+
Lain in Nature -- so suffice us1873Johnson Poems 1955J1288+
Left in immortal youth1873Franklin Variorum 1998F1289A+
Left in immortal Youth1873Johnson Poems 1955J1289+
Yesterday is history1873Franklin Variorum 1998F1290A+
The most pathetic thing I do1873Johnson Poems 1955J1290+
The beggar at the door for fame1873Franklin Variorum 1998F1291A+
Until the Desert knows1873Johnson Poems 1955J1291+
In this short life that only lasts an hour1873Franklin Variorum 1998F1292A+
Yesterday is History,1873Johnson Poems 1955J1292+
The face we choose to miss1873[Susan Dickinson]Franklin Variorum 1998F1293A+
The things we thought that we should do1876T. W. HigginsonJohnson Poems 1955J1293+
A deed knocks first at thought1873Franklin Variorum 1998F1294A+
Of Life to own --1874T. W. HigginsonJohnson Poems 1955J1294+
I think that the root of the wind is water1873Franklin Variorum 1998F1295A+
Two Lengths has every Day --1874Susan DickinsonJohnson Poems 1955J1295+
Not one by heaven defrauded stay1873Franklin Variorum 1998F1296A+
Not one by heaven defrauded stay1873Franklin Variorum 1998F1296B+
Death's Waylaying not the sharpest1874Catherine Dickinson SweetserJohnson Poems 1955J1296+
A single clover plank1873Franklin Variorum 1998F1297A+
Go slow, my soul, to feed thyself1874Louise and Frances NorcrossJohnson Poems 1955J1297+
Longing is like the seed1873T. W. HigginsonFranklin Variorum 1998F1298A+
Longing is like the seed1873Elizabeth HollandFranklin Variorum 1998F1298B+
Longing is like the seed1873Franklin Variorum 1998F1298C+
The Mushroom is the Elf of Plants --1874Louise and Frances NorcrossJohnson Poems 1955J1298+
Dominion lasts until obtained1873T. W. HigginsonFranklin Variorum 1998F1299A+
Delight's Despair at setting1874Johnson Poems 1955J1299+
Silence is all we dread1873Franklin Variorum 1998F1300A+
Silence is all we dread1873Susan DickinsonFranklin Variorum 1998F1300B+
From his slim Palace in the Dust1874Johnson Poems 1955J1300+
When memory is full1873Elizabeth HollandFranklin Variorum 1998F1301A+
I cannot want it more --1874Johnson Poems 1955J1301+
The day she goes1873Franklin Variorum 1998F1302A+
I think that the Root of the Wind is Water --1874Johnson Poems 1955J1302+
Confirming all who analyze1873Susan DickinsonFranklin Variorum 1998F1303A+
Not One by Heaven defrauded stay --1874Johnson Poems 1955J1303+
I saw that the flake was on it1873Franklin Variorum 1998F1304A+
I saw that the flake was on it1873Susan DickinsonFranklin Variorum 1998F1304B+
Not with a Club, the Heart is broken1874Johnson Poems 1955J1304+
The butterfly in honored dust1873Franklin Variorum 1998F1305A+
The butterfly in honored dust1873Franklin Variorum 1998F1305B+
Recollect the Face of me1874Johnson Poems 1955J1305+
Recollect the face of me1873Franklin Variorum 1998F1306A+
Surprise is like a thrilling -- pungent --1874Johnson Poems 1955J1306+
Warm in her hand these accents lie1873Franklin Variorum 1998F1307A+
That short -- potential stir1874Johnson Poems 1955J1307+
To break so vast a heart1873Franklin Variorum 1998F1308A+
The Day she goes1874Johnson Poems 1955J1308+
Lain in nature so suffice us1873Franklin Variorum 1998F1309A+
The Infinite a sudden Guest1874Johnson Poems 1955J1309+
Had we our senses1873Franklin Variorum 1998F1310A+
The Notice that is called the Spring1874Johnson Poems 1955J1310+
Art thou the thing I wanted?1873Franklin Variorum 1998F1311A+
Art thou the thing I wanted?1873Franklin Variorum 1998F1311B+
This dirty -- little Heart1874Johnson Poems 1955J1311+
'Twas later when the summer went1873Franklin Variorum 1998F1312A+
To break so vast a Heart1874Johnson Poems 1955J1312+
September's baccalaureate1873Franklin Variorum 1998F1313A+
Warm in her Hand these accents lie1874Johnson Poems 1955J1313+
Because that you are going1874Franklin Variorum 1998F1314A+
Because that you are going1874Franklin Variorum 1998F1314B+
Because that you are going1874T. W. HigginsonFranklin Variorum 1998F1314C+
Because that you are going1874Franklin Variorum 1998F1314C+
When a Lover is a Beggar1878Johnson Poems 1955J1314+
Death's waylaying not the sharpest1874Catherine Dickinson SweetserFranklin Variorum 1998F1315A+
Which is the best -- the Moon or the Crescent?1874Johnson Poems 1955J1315+
There's the Battle of Burgoyne1874Franklin Variorum 1998F1316A+
Winter is good -- his Hoar Delights1874Johnson Poems 1955J1316+
While I was fearing it - it came1874Franklin Variorum 1998F1317A+
While we were fearing it, it came1874Franklin Variorum 1998F1317B+
Abraham to kill him1874Johnson Poems 1955J1317+
Our little secrets slink away1874Franklin Variorum 1998F1318A+
Frigid and sweet Her parting Face --1874Johnson Poems 1955J1318+
The notice that is called the spring1874Franklin Variorum 1998F1319A+
How News must feel when travelling1874Johnson Poems 1955J1319+
Dear March - come in1874Franklin Variorum 1998F1320A+
Dear March -- Come in --1874Johnson Poems 1955J1320+
When continents expire1874Jonathan Leavitt Jenkins (Sarah)Franklin Variorum 1998F1321A+
Elizabeth told Essex1874Johnson Poems 1955J1321+
Go slow, my soul, to feed thyself1874Franklin Variorum 1998F1322A+
Go slow, my soul, to feed thyself1874Louise and Frances NorcrossFranklin Variorum 1998F1322B+
Floss wont save you from an Abyss1874Johnson Poems 1955J1322+
The vastest earthly day1874Franklin Variorum 1998F1323A+
I never hear that one is dead1874Johnson Poems 1955J1323+
Surprise is like a thrilling pungent1874Franklin Variorum 1998F1324A+
I send you a decrepit flower1874Johnson Poems 1955J1324+
I never hear that one is dead1874Franklin Variorum 1998F1325A+
Knock with tremor --1874Johnson Poems 1955J1325+
How many schemes may die1874Franklin Variorum 1998F1326A+
Our little secrets slink away --1874Johnson Poems 1955J1326+
Of life to own1874T. W. HigginsonFranklin Variorum 1998F1327A+
The Symptom of the Gale --1874Johnson Poems 1955J1327+
The symptom of the gale1874Franklin Variorum 1998F1328A+
The vastest earthly Day1874Johnson Poems 1955J1328+
The butterfly's assumption gown1874Franklin Variorum 1998F1329A+
The butterfly's assumption gown1874Franklin Variorum 1998F1329B+
Whether they have forgotten1874Johnson Poems 1955J1329+
When a lover is a beggar1874Franklin Variorum 1998F1330A+
Without a smile -- Without a Throe1874Johnson Poems 1955J1330+
My heart ran so to thee1874Franklin Variorum 1998F1331A+
Wonder -- is not precisely Knowing1874Johnson Poems 1955J1331+
Abraham to kill him1874Franklin Variorum 1998F1332A+
Pink -- small -- and punctual --1875Susan DickinsonJohnson Poems 1955J1332+
Knock with tremor1874Franklin Variorum 1998F1333A+
A little Madness in the Spring1875Susan DickinsonJohnson Poems 1955J1333+
Whether they have forgotten1874Franklin Variorum 1998F1334A+
How soft this Prison is1875Susan DickinsonJohnson Poems 1955J1334+
Floss wont save you from an abyss1874Franklin Variorum 1998F1335A+
Let me not mar that perfect Dream1875Susan DickinsonJohnson Poems 1955J1335+
Elisabeth told Essex1874Franklin Variorum 1998F1336A+
Nature assigns the Sun --1875Josiah Holland and Elizabeth HollandJohnson Poems 1955J1336+
The pile of years is not so high1874Franklin Variorum 1998F1337A+
Upon a Lilac Sea1875Helen Hunt JacksonJohnson Poems 1955J1337+
Time does go on1874Franklin Variorum 1998F1338A+
What tenements of clover1875Olive Gilbert StearnsJohnson Poems 1955J1338+
From his slim palace in the dust1874Franklin Variorum 1998F1339A+
A Bee his burnished Carriage1875Johnson Poems 1955J1339+
Without a smile - without a throe1874Franklin Variorum 1998F1340A+
A Rat surrendered here1875Johnson Poems 1955J1340+
As summer into autumn slips1874Franklin Variorum 1998F1341A+
As summer into autumn slips1874Louise and Frances NorcrossFranklin Variorum 1998F1341B+
As summer into autumn slips1874Samuel BowlesFranklin Variorum 1998F1341C+
Unto the Whole -- how add?1875Johnson Poems 1955J1341+
No man saw awe, nor to his house1874Franklin Variorum 1998F1342A+
No man saw awe, nor to his house1874Franklin Variorum 1998F1342B+
"Was not" was all the Statement.1875Johnson Poems 1955J1342+
To flee from memory1874Franklin Variorum 1998F1343A+
A single Clover Plank1875Johnson Poems 1955J1343+
The infinite a sudden guest1874Franklin Variorum 1998F1344A+
Not any more to be lacked --1875Johnson Poems 1955J1344+
The most pathetic thing I do1874Franklin Variorum 1998F1345A+
An antiquated Grace1875Johnson Poems 1955J1345+
I send you a decrepit flower1874Franklin Variorum 1998F1346A+
As Summer into Autumn slips1875Samual Bowler and Mary BowlesJohnson Poems 1955J1346+
Wonder is not precisely knowing1874Franklin Variorum 1998F1347A+
Escape is such a thankful Word1875Johnson Poems 1955J1347+
The way to know the bobolink1874Franklin Variorum 1998F1348A+
Lift it -- with the Feathers1875Johnson Poems 1955J1348+
Not with a club the heart is broken1874Franklin Variorum 1998F1349A+
Not with a club the heart is broken1874Franklin Variorum 1998F1349B+
I'd rather recollect a setting1875Johnson Poems 1955J1349+
The mushroom is the elf of plants1874Franklin Variorum 1998F1350A+
The mushroom is the elf of plants1874Franklin Variorum 1998F1350B+
The mushroom is the elf of plants1874Franklin Variorum 1998F1350C+
The mushroom is the elf of plants1874T. W. HigginsonFranklin Variorum 1998F1350D+
The mushroom is the elf of plants1874Franklin Variorum 1998F1350E+
The mushroom is the elf of plants1874Franklin Variorum 1998F1350F+
Luck is not chance --1875Johnson Poems 1955J1350+
A bee his burnished carriage1874Franklin Variorum 1998F1351A+
A bee his burnished carriage1874Franklin Variorum 1998F1351B+
You cannot take itself1875Johnson Poems 1955J1351+
How soft this prison is1875Franklin Variorum 1998F1352A+
How soft his prison is1875Elizabeth HollandFranklin Variorum 1998F1352B+
To his simplicity1876T. W. HigginsonJohnson Poems 1955J1352+
To pile like thunder to it's close1875Louise and Frances NorcrossFranklin Variorum 1998F1353A+
To pile like thunder to it's close1875Susan DickinsonFranklin Variorum 1998F1353B+
The last of Summer is Delight --1876T. W. HigginsonJohnson Poems 1955J1353+
Two lengths has every day1875Susan DickinsonFranklin Variorum 1998F1354A+
Two lengths has every day1875Franklin Variorum 1998F1354B+
The Heart is the Capital of the Mind --1875T. W. HigginsonJohnson Poems 1955J1354+
His mansion in the pool1875Franklin Variorum 1998F1355A+
The Mind lives on the Heart1876T. W. HigginsonJohnson Poems 1955J1355+
A little madness in the spring1875Franklin Variorum 1998F1356A+
A little madness in the spring1875Franklin Variorum 1998F1356B+
A little madness in the spring1875Susan DickinsonFranklin Variorum 1998F1356C+
The Rat is the concisest Tenant.1876T. W. HigginsonJohnson Poems 1955J1356+
Pink - small - and punctual1875Franklin Variorum 1998F1357A+
Pink - small - and punctual1875Susan DickinsonFranklin Variorum 1998F1357B+
Pink - small - and punctual1875Franklin Variorum 1998F1357C+
Pink - small - and punctual1875T. W. HigginsonFranklin Variorum 1998F1357D+
"Faithful to the end" Amended1876T. W. HigginsonJohnson Poems 1955J1357+
What tenements of clover1875Franklin Variorum 1998F1358A+
What tenements of clover1875Olive Gilbert StearnsFranklin Variorum 1998F1358B+
The Treason of an accent1876T. W. HigginsonJohnson Poems 1955J1358+
You cannot take itself1875Franklin Variorum 1998F1359A+
The long sigh of the Frog1876T. W. HigginsonJohnson Poems 1955J1359+
Luck is not chance1875Franklin Variorum 1998F1360A+
I sued the News -- yet feared -- the News1876T. W. HigginsonJohnson Poems 1955J1360+
Let me not mar that perfect dream1875Franklin Variorum 1998F1361A+
Let me not mar that perfect dream1875Susan DickinsonFranklin Variorum 1998F1361B+
The Flake the Wind exasperate1876T. W. HigginsonJohnson Poems 1955J1361+
Lift it - with the feathers1875Franklin Variorum 1998F1362A+
Of their peculiar light1876T. W. HigginsonJohnson Poems 1955J1362+
That short potential stir1875Franklin Variorum 1998F1363A+
Summer laid her simple Hat1876T. W. HigginsonJohnson Poems 1955J1363+
Escape is such a thankful word1875Franklin Variorum 1998F1364A+
Escape is such a thankful word1875Franklin Variorum 1998F1364B+
How know it from a Summer's Day?1876T. W. HigginsonJohnson Poems 1955J1364+
Crisis is sweet and yet the heart1875Franklin Variorum 1998F1365A+
Take all away --1876T. W. HigginsonJohnson Poems 1955J1365+
I'd rather recollect a setting1875Franklin Variorum 1998F1366A+
Brother of Ingots -- Ah Peru --1876Susan DickinsonJohnson Poems 1955J1366+
An antiquated grace1875Franklin Variorum 1998F1367A+
"Tomorrow" -- whose location1876Josiah Holland and Elizabeth HollandJohnson Poems 1955J1367+
Opon a lilac sea1875Franklin Variorum 1998F1368A+
Opon a lilac sea1875Helen Hunt JacksonFranklin Variorum 1998F1368B+
Love's stricken "why"1876Olive Gilbert StearnsJohnson Poems 1955J1368+
The rat is the concisest tenant1875Susan DickinsonFranklin Variorum 1998F1369A+
The rat is the concisest tenant1875Franklin Variorum 1998F1369B+
The rat is the concisest tenant1875T. W. HigginsonFranklin Variorum 1998F1369C+
Trusty as the starsLouise and Frances NorcrossJohnson Poems 1955J1369+
Unto the whole how add?1875Franklin Variorum 1998F1370A+
Gathered into the Earth,1876Johnson Poems 1955J1370+
Nature assigns the sun1875Elizabeth HollandFranklin Variorum 1998F1371A+
How fits his Umber Coat1876Johnson Poems 1955J1371+
A dew sufficed itself1875Franklin Variorum 1998F1372A+
A dew sufficed itself1875Susan DickinsonFranklin Variorum 1998F1372B+
A dew sufficed itself1875Franklin Variorum 1998F1372C+
A dew sufficed itself1875Franklin Variorum 1998F1372D+
A dew sufficed itself1875Franklin Variorum 1998F1372E+
The Sun is one -- and on the Tare1876Johnson Poems 1955J1372+
The spider as an artist1875Franklin Variorum 1998F1373A+
The worthlessness of Earthly things1876Johnson Poems 1955J1373+
Winter is good - his hoar delights1875Franklin Variorum 1998F1374A+
A Saucer holds a Cup1876Johnson Poems 1955J1374+
Delight's despair at setting1875Franklin Variorum 1998F1375A+
Death warrants are supposed to be1876Johnson Poems 1955J1375+
Which is the best - the moon or the crescent?1875Franklin Variorum 1998F1376A+
Dreams are the subtle Dower1876Johnson Poems 1955J1376+
A rat surrendered here1875Franklin Variorum 1998F1377A+
Forbidden Fruit a flavor has1876Johnson Poems 1955J1377+
This dirty little heart1875Franklin Variorum 1998F1378A+
His Heart was darker than the starless night1876Johnson Poems 1955J1378+
How news must feel when travelling1875Franklin Variorum 1998F1379A+
His Mansion in the Pool1876Johnson Poems 1955J1379+
The last of summer is a time1875Franklin Variorum 1998F1380A+
The last of summer is result1875Franklin Variorum 1998F1380B+
The last of summer is delight1875Franklin Variorum 1998F1380C+
The last of summer is a time1875Franklin Variorum 1998F1380D+
The last of summer is a time1875Franklin Variorum 1998F1380E+
The last of summer is a time1875T. W. HigginsonFranklin Variorum 1998F1380F+
How much the present moment means1876Johnson Poems 1955J1380+
The heart is the capital of the mind1875Franklin Variorum 1998F1381A+
The heart is the capital of the mind1875Franklin Variorum 1998F1381B+
The heart is the capital of the mind1875T. W. HigginsonFranklin Variorum 1998F1381C+
I suppose the time will come1876Johnson Poems 1955J1381+
Not any more to be lacked1875Franklin Variorum 1998F1382B+
In many and reportless places1876Johnson Poems 1955J1382+
After all birds have been investigated1875Franklin Variorum 1998F1383A+
After all birds have been investigated1875Franklin Variorum 1998F1383B+
After all birds have been investigated1875Franklin Variorum 1998F1383C+
After all birds have been investigated1875Samuel BowlesFranklin Variorum 1998F1383D+
After all birds have been investigated1875Franklin Variorum 1998F1383E+
After all birds have been investigated1875T. W. HigginsonFranklin Variorum 1998F1383F+
Long Years apart -- can make no1876Johnson Poems 1955J1383+
The mind lives on the heart1875Franklin Variorum 1998F1384A+
The mind lives on the heart1875Franklin Variorum 1998F1384B+
The mind lives on the heart1875Franklin Variorum 1998F1384C+
The mind lives on the heart1875Franklin Variorum 1998F1384D+
The mind lives on the heart1875T. W. HigginsonFranklin Variorum 1998F1384E+
Praise it -- 'tis dead --1876Johnson Poems 1955J1384+
That sacred closet when you sweep1875Franklin Variorum 1998F1385A+
"Secrets" is a daily word1879Johnson Poems 1955J1385+
"Faithful to the end" amended1876Franklin Variorum 1998F1386A+
"Faithful to the end" amended1876Franklin Variorum 1998F1386B+
"Faithful to the end" amended1876Franklin Variorum 1998F1386C+
"Faithful to the end" amended1876T. W. HigginsonFranklin Variorum 1998F1386D+
"Faithful to the end" amended1876Susan DickinsonFranklin Variorum 1998F1386E+
[stanza1876Johnson Poems 1955J1386+
To his simplicity1876T. W. HigginsonFranklin Variorum 1998F1387A+
To his simplicity1876Jonathan Leavitt JenkinsFranklin Variorum 1998F1387B+
The Butterfly's Numidian Gown1876Johnson Poems 1955J1387+
The treason of an accent1876T. W. HigginsonFranklin Variorum 1998F1388A+
The treason of an accent1876Susan DickinsonFranklin Variorum 1998F1388B+
Those Cattle smaller than a Bee1876Johnson Poems 1955J1388+
I suppose the time will come1876Franklin Variorum 1998F1389A+
Touch lightly Nature's sweet Guitar1876Johnson Poems 1955J1389+
Take all away1876T. W. HigginsonFranklin Variorum 1998F1390A+
These held their Wick above the West --1878T. W. HigginsonJohnson Poems 1955J1390+
I sued the news yet feared the news1876T. W. HigginsonFranklin Variorum 1998F1391A+
They might not need me -- yet they might --1877T. W. HigginsonJohnson Poems 1955J1391+
Love's stricken "why"1876Olive Gilbert StearnsFranklin Variorum 1998F1392A+
Hope is a strange invention --1877T. W. HigginsonJohnson Poems 1955J1392+
Those cattle smaller than a bee1876Franklin Variorum 1998F1393A+
Lay this Laurel on the One1877T. W. HigginsonJohnson Poems 1955J1393+
The long sigh of the frog1876T. W. HigginsonFranklin Variorum 1998F1394A+
The long sigh of the frog1876Susan DickinsonFranklin Variorum 1998F1394B+
Whose Pink career may have a close1877T. W. HigginsonJohnson Poems 1955J1394+
The butterfly's Numidian gown1876Franklin Variorum 1998F1395A+
The butterfly's Numidian gown1876Franklin Variorum 1998F1395B+
After all Birds have been investigated and laid aside --1877T. W. HigginsonJohnson Poems 1955J1395+
Of their peculiar light1876T. W. HigginsonFranklin Variorum 1998F1396A+
Of his peculiar light1876Franklin Variorum 1998F1396B+
She laid her docile Crescent down1877T. W. HigginsonJohnson Poems 1955J1396+
How firm eternity must look1876Franklin Variorum 1998F1397A+
It sounded as if the Streets were running1877T. W. HigginsonJohnson Poems 1955J1397+
Gathered into the earth1876Franklin Variorum 1998F1398A+
I have no Life but this --1877T. W. HigginsonJohnson Poems 1955J1398+
The sun is one - and on the tare1876Franklin Variorum 1998F1399A+
Perhaps they do not go so far1877T. W. HigginsonJohnson Poems 1955J1399+
The worthlessness of earthly things1876Franklin Variorum 1998F1400A+
The worthlessness of earthly things1876Franklin Variorum 1998F1400B+
What mystery pervades a well!Susan DickinsonJohnson Poems 1955J1400+
Dreams are the subtle dower1876Franklin Variorum 1998F1401A+
To own a Susan of my own1877Susan DickinsonJohnson Poems 1955J1401+
His heart was darker than the starless night1876Franklin Variorum 1998F1402A+
To the stanch Dust1877Susan DickinsonJohnson Poems 1955J1402+
Touch lightly nature's sweet guitar1876Franklin Variorum 1998F1403A+
My Maker -- let me be1877Susan DickinsonJohnson Poems 1955J1403+
In many and reportless places1876Franklin Variorum 1998F1404A+
March is the Month of Expectation.1877Susan DickinsonJohnson Poems 1955J1404+
Long years apart can make no1876Franklin Variorum 1998F1405A+
Bees are Black, with Gilt Surcingles --1877Josiah Holland and Elizabeth HollandJohnson Poems 1955J1405+
Praise it - 'tis dead1876Franklin Variorum 1998F1406A+
No Passenger was known to flee --1877Josiah Holland and Elizabeth HollandJohnson Poems 1955J1406+
A saucer holds a cup1876Franklin Variorum 1998F1407A+
A Field of Stubble, lying sere1877Edward (Ned) DickinsonJohnson Poems 1955J1407+
The bat is dun with wrinkled wings1876Franklin Variorum 1998F1408A+
The Fact that Earth is Heaven --1877Austin DickinsonJohnson Poems 1955J1408+
Death warrants are supposed to be1876Franklin Variorum 1998F1409A+
Could mortal lip divine1877Samual Bowler and Mary BowlesJohnson Poems 1955J1409+
The flake the wind exasperate1876Mary Channing HigginsonFranklin Variorum 1998F1410A+
I shall not murmur if at last1877Johnson Poems 1955J1410+
Summer laid her simple hat1876Franklin Variorum 1998F1411A+
Summer laid her simple hat1876Franklin Variorum 1998F1411B+
Summer laid her simple hat1876Franklin Variorum 1998F1411C+
Summer laid her simple hat1876Elizabeth HollandFranklin Variorum 1998F1411D+
Summer laid her simple hat1876T. W. HigginsonFranklin Variorum 1998F1411E+
Of Paradise' existence1877Johnson Poems 1955J1411+
How know it from a summer's day?1876Mary Channing HigginsonFranklin Variorum 1998F1412A+
Shame is the shawl of Pink1877Johnson Poems 1955J1412+
Summer we all have seen1876Franklin Variorum 1998F1413A+
Sweet Skepticism of the Heart ---1877Johnson Poems 1955J1413+
How fits his umber coat1876Franklin Variorum 1998F1414A+
Unworthy of her Breast1877Johnson Poems 1955J1414+
Trusty as the stars1876Louise and Frances NorcrossFranklin Variorum 1998F1415A+
A wild Blue sky abreast of Winds1877Johnson Poems 1955J1415+
These held their wick above the west1876Susan DickinsonFranklin Variorum 1998F1416A+
These held their wick above the west1876T. W. HigginsonFranklin Variorum 1998F1416B+
These held their wick above the west1876Josiah Gilbert HollandFranklin Variorum 1998F1416C+
These held their wick above the west1876Franklin Variorum 1998F1416D+
Crisis is sweet and yet the Heart [stanza one]1877Johnson Poems 1955J1416+
"Tomorrow" whose location1877Elizabeth HollandFranklin Variorum 1998F1417A+
How Human Nature dotes1877Johnson Poems 1955J1417+
A wild blue sky abreast of winds1877Franklin Variorum 1998F1418A+
How lonesome the Wind must feel Nights --1877Johnson Poems 1955J1418+
A field of stubble lying sere1877Franklin Variorum 1998F1419A+
A field of stubble lying sere1877Edward (Ned) DickinsonFranklin Variorum 1998F1419B+
It was a quiet seeming Day --1877Johnson Poems 1955J1419+
How much the present moment means1877Franklin Variorum 1998F1420A+
One Joy of so much anguish1877Johnson Poems 1955J1420+
Of Paradise' existence1877Franklin Variorum 1998F1421A+
Such are the inlets of the mind --1877Johnson Poems 1955J1421+
March is the month of expectation1877Franklin Variorum 1998F1422A+
March is the month of expectation1877Franklin Variorum 1998F1422B+
March is the month of expectation1877Susan DickinsonFranklin Variorum 1998F1422C+
Summer has two Beginnings --1877Johnson Poems 1955J1422+
The inundation of the spring1877Franklin Variorum 1998F1423A+
The inundation of the spring1877Franklin Variorum 1998F1423B+
The fairest Home I ever knew1877Johnson Poems 1955J1423+
Hope is a strange invention1877Franklin Variorum 1998F1424A+
Hope is a strange invention1877Mary Channing HigginsonFranklin Variorum 1998F1424B+
The Gentian has a parched Corolla --1877Johnson Poems 1955J1424+
They might not need me, yet they might1877Mary Channing HigginsonFranklin Variorum 1998F1425A+
They might not need me, yet they might1877Jonathan Leavitt JenkinsFranklin Variorum 1998F1425B+
They might not need me, yet they might1877Franklin Variorum 1998F1425C+
The inundation of the Spring1877Johnson Poems 1955J1425+
Bees are black with gilt surcingles1877Franklin Variorum 1998F1426A+
Bees are black with gilt surcingles1877Elizabeth HollandFranklin Variorum 1998F1426B+
The pretty Rain from those sweet Eaves1877Johnson Poems 1955J1426+
Whose pink career may have a close1877T. W. HigginsonFranklin Variorum 1998F1427A+
To earn it by disdaining it1877Johnson Poems 1955J1427+
Lay this laurel on the one1877Franklin Variorum 1998F1428A+
Lay this laurel on the one1877Franklin Variorum 1998F1428B+
Lay this laurel on the one1877T. W. HigginsonFranklin Variorum 1998F1428C+
Water makes many Beds1877Johnson Poems 1955J1428+
I shall not murmur if at last1877[Catherine Scott Turner Anthon]Franklin Variorum 1998F1429A+
We shun because we prize her Face1877Johnson Poems 1955J1429+
We shun because we prize her face1877[Catherine Scott Turner Anthon]Franklin Variorum 1998F1430A+
Who never wanted -- maddest Joy1877Johnson Poems 1955J1430+
Such are the inlets of the mind1877Franklin Variorum 1998F1431A+
With Pinions of Disdain1877Johnson Poems 1955J1431+
I have no life to live1877Franklin Variorum 1998F1432A+
I have no life but this1877Samuel BowlesFranklin Variorum 1998F1432B+
I have no life to live1877T. W. HigginsonFranklin Variorum 1998F1432C+
Spurn the temerity --1878Helen Hunt JacksonJohnson Poems 1955J1432+
What mystery pervades a well!1877Franklin Variorum 1998F1433A+
What mystery pervades a well!1877Franklin Variorum 1998F1433B+
What mystery pervades a well!1877Susan DickinsonFranklin Variorum 1998F1433C+
How brittle are the Piers1878T. W. HigginsonJohnson Poems 1955J1433+
To the unwilling dust1877Franklin Variorum 1998F1434A+
To the unwilling dust1877Franklin Variorum 1998F1434A.1+
To the stanch dust1877Franklin Variorum 1998F1434A.2+
To the unwilling dust1877Susan DickinsonFranklin Variorum 1998F1434B+
Go not too near a House of Rose --1878Sarah TuckermanJohnson Poems 1955J1434+
The fact that earth is heaven1877[Austin Dickinson]Franklin Variorum 1998F1435A+
Not that he goes -- we love him more1878Samual Bowler and Mary BowlesJohnson Poems 1955J1435+
To own a Susan of my own1877Susan DickinsonFranklin Variorum 1998F1436A+
Than Heaven more remote,Maria WhitneyJohnson Poems 1955J1436+
Shame is the shawl of pink1877Franklin Variorum 1998F1437A+
A Dew sufficed itself --1878Johnson Poems 1955J1437+
Sweet skepticism of the heart1877Franklin Variorum 1998F1438A+
Behold this little Bane --1878Johnson Poems 1955J1438+
Unworthy of her breast1877Franklin Variorum 1998F1439A+
How ruthless are the gentle --1878Johnson Poems 1955J1439+
How human nature dotes1877Franklin Variorum 1998F1440A+
The healed Heart shows it's shallow scar1878Johnson Poems 1955J1440+
How spacious the wind must feel morns1877Franklin Variorum 1998F1441A+
How lonesome the wind must feel nights1877Franklin Variorum 1998F1441B+
These Fevered Days -- to take them to the Forest1878Johnson Poems 1955J1441+
It was a quiet seeming day1877Franklin Variorum 1998F1442A+
To mend each tattered Faith1878Johnson Poems 1955J1442+
The fairest home I ever knew1877Franklin Variorum 1998F1443A+
A chilly Peace infests the Grass1878Johnson Poems 1955J1443+
The pretty rain from those sweet eaves1877Franklin Variorum 1998F1444A+
A little Snow was here and there1878Johnson Poems 1955J1444+
To earn it by disdaining it1877Franklin Variorum 1998F1445A+
Death is the supple Suitor1878Johnson Poems 1955J1445+
Water makes many beds1877Franklin Variorum 1998F1446A+
His Mind like Fabrics of the East1878Johnson Poems 1955J1446+
Who never wanted - maddest joy1877Franklin Variorum 1998F1447A+
How good his Lava Bed,1878Johnson Poems 1955J1447+
With pinions of disdain1877Franklin Variorum 1998F1448A+
How soft a Caterpillar steps --1878Johnson Poems 1955J1448+
Ourselves we do inter with sweet derision1877Samuel BowlesFranklin Variorum 1998F1449A+
I thought the Train would never come --1878Johnson Poems 1955J1449+
One joy of so much anguish1877Franklin Variorum 1998F1450A+
The Road was lit with Moon and star --1878Johnson Poems 1955J1450+
No passenger was known to flee1877Franklin Variorum 1998F1451A+
No passenger was known to flee1877Franklin Variorum 1998F1451B+
No passenger was known to flee1877Josiah Gilbert HollandFranklin Variorum 1998F1451C+
Whoever disenchants1878Johnson Poems 1955J1451+
Incredible the lodging1877Franklin Variorum 1998F1452A+
Your thoughts dont have words every day1878Johnson Poems 1955J1452+
She laid her docile crescent down1877Franklin Variorum 1998F1453A+
He laid his docile crescent down1877Elizabeth HollandFranklin Variorum 1998F1453B+
She laid her docile crescent down1877T. W. HigginsonFranklin Variorum 1998F1453C+
She laid her docile crescent down1877Franklin Variorum 1998F1453D+
A Counterfeit -- a Plated Person --1879Susan DickinsonJohnson Poems 1955J1453+
It sounded as if the air were running1877Franklin Variorum 1998F1454A+
It sounded as if the streets were running1877Franklin Variorum 1998F1454B+
It sounded as if the air were running1877T. W. HigginsonFranklin Variorum 1998F1454C+
It sounded as if the air were running1877Franklin Variorum 1998F1454D+
Those not live yet1879Susan DickinsonJohnson Poems 1955J1454+
Perhaps they do not go so far1877Franklin Variorum 1998F1455A+
Perhaps she does not go so far1877Franklin Variorum 1998F1455B+
Perhaps they do not go so far1877T. W. HigginsonFranklin Variorum 1998F1455C+
Opinion is a flitting thing,1879Susan DickinsonJohnson Poems 1955J1455+
Could mortal lip divine1877Franklin Variorum 1998F1456A+
Could mortal lip divine1877Samuel BowlesFranklin Variorum 1998F1456B+
So gay a Flower1879Susan DickinsonJohnson Poems 1955J1456+
Summer has two beginnings1877Franklin Variorum 1998F1457A+
It stole along so stealthy1879Susan DickinsonJohnson Poems 1955J1457+
The gentian has a parched corolla1877Franklin Variorum 1998F1458A+
Time's wily Chargers will not wait1879Edward (Ned) DickinsonJohnson Poems 1955J1458+
Opon what brittle piers1878Franklin Variorum 1998F1459A+
How brittle are the piers1878Maria WhitneyFranklin Variorum 1998F1459B+
Opon what brittle piers1878T. W. HigginsonFranklin Variorum 1998F1459C+
Belshazzar had a Letter --1879Edward (Ned) DickinsonJohnson Poems 1955J1459+
Than heaven more remote1878Maria WhitneyFranklin Variorum 1998F1460A+
His Cheek is his Biographer --1879Edward (Ned) DickinsonJohnson Poems 1955J1460+
Not that he goes we love him more1878Mary BowlesFranklin Variorum 1998F1461A+
"Heavenly Father" -- take to thee1879Edward (Ned) DickinsonJohnson Poems 1955J1461+
Brother of ingots - Ah Peru1878Franklin Variorum 1998F1462A+
Sister of Ophir - Ah Peru1878Susan DickinsonFranklin Variorum 1998F1462B+
Brother of Ophir1878Sarah TuckermanFranklin Variorum 1998F1462C+
We knew not that we were to live --1879T. W. HigginsonJohnson Poems 1955J1462+
My maker - let me be1878Susan DickinsonFranklin Variorum 1998F1463A+
My maker - let me be1878Franklin Variorum 1998F1463B+
My maker - let me be1878Franklin Variorum 1998F1463C+
A Route of Evanescence1879Thomas NilesJohnson Poems 1955J1463+
Behold this little bane1878Franklin Variorum 1998F1464A+
One thing of it we borrow1879T. W. HigginsonJohnson Poems 1955J1464+
How ruthless are the gentle1878Franklin Variorum 1998F1465A+
Before you thought of Spring1879Sarah TuckermanJohnson Poems 1955J1465+
The healed heart shows it's shallow scar1878Susan DickinsonFranklin Variorum 1998F1466A+
One of the ones that Midas touched1879Louise and Frances NorcrossJohnson Poems 1955J1466+
These fevered days to take them to the forest1878Franklin Variorum 1998F1467A+
A little overflowing word1879Johnson Poems 1955J1467+
To mend each tattered faith1878Franklin Variorum 1998F1468A+
A winged spark doth soar about --1879Johnson Poems 1955J1468+
A chilly peace infests the grass1878Franklin Variorum 1998F1469A+
If wrecked upon the Shoal of Thought1879Johnson Poems 1955J1469+
Death is the supple suitor1878Franklin Variorum 1998F1470A+
The Sweets of Pillage, can be known1879Johnson Poems 1955J1470+
His mind like fabrics of the east1878Franklin Variorum 1998F1471A+
Their Barricade against the Sky1879Johnson Poems 1955J1471+
How good his lava bed1878Franklin Variorum 1998F1472A+
To see the Summer Sky1879Johnson Poems 1955J1472+
I thought the train would never come1878Franklin Variorum 1998F1473A+
We talked with each other about each other1879Johnson Poems 1955J1473+
The road was lit with moon and star1878Franklin Variorum 1998F1474A+
Estranged from Beauty -- none can be --1879Johnson Poems 1955J1474+
Whoever disenchants1878Franklin Variorum 1998F1475A+
Fame is the one that does not stay --1879Johnson Poems 1955J1475+
Your thoughts dont have words every day1878Franklin Variorum 1998F1476A+
His voice decrepit was with Joy --1879Johnson Poems 1955J1476+
Oh, honey of an hour1878Otis Phillips LordFranklin Variorum 1998F1477A+
Oh, honey of an hour1878Franklin Variorum 1998F1477B+
How destitute is he1879Johnson Poems 1955J1477+
One note from one bird1878Franklin Variorum 1998F1478A+
Look back on Time, with kindly eyes --1879Johnson Poems 1955J1478+
Go not too near a house of rose1878Sarah TuckermanFranklin Variorum 1998F1479A+
The Devil -- had he fidelity1879Johnson Poems 1955J1479+
A little snow was here and there1878Franklin Variorum 1998F1480A+
The fascinating chill that music leaves1879Johnson Poems 1955J1480+
We knew not that we were to live1878T. W. HigginsonFranklin Variorum 1998F1481A+
We knew not that we were to live1878Maria WhitneyFranklin Variorum 1998F1481B+
The way Hope builds his House1879Johnson Poems 1955J1481+
Forbidden fruit a flavor has1879Franklin Variorum 1998F1482A+
'Tis whiter than an Indian Pipe --1879Johnson Poems 1955J1482+
Summer is shorter than any one1879Franklin Variorum 1998F1483A+
The Robin is a Gabriel1880Sarah TuckermanJohnson Poems 1955J1483+
Before you thought of spring1879Franklin Variorum 1998F1484A+
Before you thought of spring1879Louise and Frances NorcrossFranklin Variorum 1998F1484B+
Before you thought of spring1879Sarah TuckermanFranklin Variorum 1998F1484C+
We shall find the Cube of the Rainbow.1880Sarah TuckermanJohnson Poems 1955J1484+
Spurn the temerity1879Franklin Variorum 1998F1485A+
Love is done when Love's begun,1880Sarah TuckermanJohnson Poems 1955J1485+
Those not live yet1879Susan DickinsonFranklin Variorum 1998F1486A+
Her spirit rose to such a hight1880Susan DickinsonJohnson Poems 1955J1486+
Belshazzar had a letter1879Franklin Variorum 1998F1487A+
Belshazzar had a letter1879Franklin Variorum 1998F1487B+
Belshazzar had a letter1879Edward (Ned) DickinsonFranklin Variorum 1998F1487C+
The Savior must have been1881T. W. HigginsonJohnson Poems 1955J1487+
One of the ones that Midas touched1879Louise and Frances NorcrossFranklin Variorum 1998F1488B.1+
One of the ones that Midas touched1879Franklin Variorum 1998F1488C+
One of the ones that Midas touched1879Franklin Variorum 1998F1488D+
Birthday of but a single pang1880Susan DickinsonJohnson Poems 1955J1488+
A route of evanescence1879Franklin Variorum 1998F1489A+
A route of evanescence1879Helen Hunt JacksonFranklin Variorum 1998F1489B+
A route of evanescence1879Louise and Frances NorcrossFranklin Variorum 1998F1489C+
A route of evanescence1879Sarah TuckermanFranklin Variorum 1998F1489D+
A route of evanescence1879T. W. HigginsonFranklin Variorum 1998F1489E+
A route of evanescence1879Mabel ToddFranklin Variorum 1998F1489F+
A route of evanescence1879Thomas NilesFranklin Variorum 1998F1489G+
A Dimple in the Tomb1880T. W. HigginsonJohnson Poems 1955J1489+
It's little ether hood1879Franklin Variorum 1998F1490A+
The Face in evanescence lain1880T. W. HigginsonJohnson Poems 1955J1490+
To see the summer sky1879Franklin Variorum 1998F1491A+
The Road to Paradise is plain,1880Josiah Holland and Elizabeth HollandJohnson Poems 1955J1491+
Ferocious as a bee without a wing1879Franklin Variorum 1998F1492A+
"And with what body do they come?" --1880Perez Dickinson CowanJohnson Poems 1955J1492+
Hope is a subtle glutton1879Franklin Variorum 1998F1493A+
Could that sweet Darkness where they dwellMaria WhitneyJohnson Poems 1955J1493+
"Secrets" is a daily word1879Franklin Variorum 1998F1494A+
The competitions of the skyLouise and Frances NorcrossJohnson Poems 1955J1494+
Opinion is a flitting thing1879Susan DickinsonFranklin Variorum 1998F1495A+
The Thrill came slowly like a Boon for1880Johnson Poems 1955J1495+
So gay a flower1879Susan DickinsonFranklin Variorum 1998F1496A+
All that I do1880Johnson Poems 1955J1496+
It stole along so stealthy1879Susan DickinsonFranklin Variorum 1998F1497A+
Facts by our side are never sudden1880Johnson Poems 1955J1497+
Time's wily chargers will not wait1879Edward (Ned) DickinsonFranklin Variorum 1998F1498A+
Glass was the Street -- in tinsel Peril1880Johnson Poems 1955J1498+
His cheek is his biographer1879Edward (Ned) DickinsonFranklin Variorum 1998F1499A+
How firm Eternity must look1880Johnson Poems 1955J1499+
"Heavenly Father" - take to thee1879Edward (Ned) DickinsonFranklin Variorum 1998F1500A+
It came his turn to beg --1880Johnson Poems 1955J1500+
A little overflowing word1879Susan DickinsonFranklin Variorum 1998F1501A+
It's little Ether Hood1880Johnson Poems 1955J1501+
A winged spark doth soar about1879Franklin Variorum 1998F1502A+
I saw the wind within her [scrap [scrap [scrap [scrap1880Johnson Poems 1955J1502+
If wrecked opon the wharf of thought1879Franklin Variorum 1998F1503A+
If wrecked opon the bay of thought1879Franklin Variorum 1998F1503B+
More than the Grave is closed to me --1880Johnson Poems 1955J1503+
The sweets of pillage can be known1879Susan DickinsonFranklin Variorum 1998F1504A+
The sweets of pillage can be known1879Franklin Variorum 1998F1504B+
Of whom so dear1880Johnson Poems 1955J1504+
Their barricade against the sky1879Franklin Variorum 1998F1505A+
Their barricade against the sky1879Mabel ToddFranklin Variorum 1998F1505B+
She could not live upon the Past1880Johnson Poems 1955J1505+
We talked with each other about each other1879Franklin Variorum 1998F1506A+
We talked with each other about each other1879Franklin Variorum 1998F1506B+
We talked with each other about each other1879Franklin Variorum 1998F1506C+
Summer is shorter than any one --1880Johnson Poems 1955J1506+
Fame is the one that does not stay1879Franklin Variorum 1998F1507A+
The Pile of Years is not so high1880Johnson Poems 1955J1507+
His voice decrepit was with joy1879Franklin Variorum 1998F1508A+
You cannot make Remembrance grow1880Johnson Poems 1955J1508+
How destitute is he1879Franklin Variorum 1998F1509A+
How destitute is he1879Franklin Variorum 1998F1509B+
Mine Enemy is growing old --1881T. W. HigginsonJohnson Poems 1955J1509+
The devil had he fidelity1879Franklin Variorum 1998F1510A+
How happy is the little Stone1882Thomas NilesJohnson Poems 1955J1510+
The fascinating chill that music leaves1879Franklin Variorum 1998F1511A+
My country need not change her gown,1881T. W. HigginsonJohnson Poems 1955J1511+
The way hope builds his house1879Franklin Variorum 1998F1512A+
All things swept sole away1881T. W. HigginsonJohnson Poems 1955J1512+
'Tis whiter than an Indian pipe1879Franklin Variorum 1998F1513A+
"Go traveling with us!"1881T. W. HigginsonJohnson Poems 1955J1513+
A counterfeit - a plated person1879Susan DickinsonFranklin Variorum 1998F1514A+
An Antiquated Tree1881Josiah Holland and Elizabeth HollandJohnson Poems 1955J1514+
Estranged from beauty none can be1879Franklin Variorum 1998F1515A+
The Things that never can come back, are several --1881Johnson Poems 1955J1515+
One thing of thee I covet1879Franklin Variorum 1998F1516A+
One thing of it we borrow1879T. W. HigginsonFranklin Variorum 1998F1516B+
No Autumn's intercepting Chill1881Susan DickinsonJohnson Poems 1955J1516+
We shall find the cube of the rainbow1880Sarah TuckermanFranklin Variorum 1998F1517A+
How much of Source escapes with thee --1881Josiah Holland and Elizabeth HollandJohnson Poems 1955J1517+
Glass was the street in tinsel peril1880Franklin Variorum 1998F1518A+
Not seeing, still we know --1881Sarah TuckermanJohnson Poems 1955J1518+
It came his turn to beg1880Franklin Variorum 1998F1519A+
The Dandelion's pallid tube1881Sarah TuckermanJohnson Poems 1955J1519+
The robin is a troubadour1880Franklin Variorum 1998F1520A+
The robin is a Gabriel1880Sarah TuckermanFranklin Variorum 1998F1520B+
The robin is a troubadour1880Louise and Frances NorcrossFranklin Variorum 1998F1520C+
The stem of a departed Flower1881Sarah TuckermanJohnson Poems 1955J1520+
The face in evanescence lain1880Franklin Variorum 1998F1521A+
The face in evanescence lain1880T. W. HigginsonFranklin Variorum 1998F1521B+
The face in evanescence lain1880Maria WhitneyFranklin Variorum 1998F1521C+
The Butterfly upon the Sky,1881Martha DickinsonJohnson Poems 1955J1521+
A dimple in the tomb1880T. W. HigginsonFranklin Variorum 1998F1522A+
His little Hearse like Figure1881Thomas Gilbert (Gib) DickinsonJohnson Poems 1955J1522+
How soft a caterpillar steps1880Franklin Variorum 1998F1523A+
We never know we go when we are going --1881Louise and Frances NorcrossJohnson Poems 1955J1523+
Could that sweet darkness where they dwell1880Maria WhitneyFranklin Variorum 1998F1524A.1+
Could that sweet darkness where they dwell1880Franklin Variorum 1998F1524A.2+
A faded Boy -- in sallow Clothes1881Johnson Poems 1955J1524+
The road to Paradise is plain1880Franklin Variorum 1998F1525A+
The road to Paradise is plain1880Louise and Frances NorcrossFranklin Variorum 1998F1525B+
The road to Paradise is plain1880Elizabeth HollandFranklin Variorum 1998F1525C+
He lived the Life of Ambush1881Johnson Poems 1955J1525+
Love is done when love's begun1880Sarah TuckermanFranklin Variorum 1998F1526A+
His oriental heresies1881Johnson Poems 1955J1526+
Her spirit rose to such a hight1880Franklin Variorum 1998F1527A+
Her spirit rose to such a hight1880Susan DickinsonFranklin Variorum 1998F1527B+
Oh give it Motion -- deck it sweet1881Johnson Poems 1955J1527+
The thrill came slowly like a boon for1880Franklin Variorum 1998F1528A+
The Moon upon her fluent Route1881Johnson Poems 1955J1528+
All that I do1880Franklin Variorum 1998F1529A+
'Tis Seasons since the Dimpled War1881Johnson Poems 1955J1529+
Facts by our side are never sudden1880Franklin Variorum 1998F1530A+
A Pang is more conspicuous in Spring1881Johnson Poems 1955J1530+
I saw the wind within her1880Franklin Variorum 1998F1531A+
Above Oblivion's Tide there is a Pier1881Johnson Poems 1955J1531+
More than the grave is closed to me1880Franklin Variorum 1998F1532A+
From all the Jails the Boys and Girls1881Johnson Poems 1955J1532+
Of whom so dear1880Franklin Variorum 1998F1533A+
On that specific Pillow1881Johnson Poems 1955J1533+
I do not care - why should I care1880Franklin Variorum 1998F1534A+
Society for me my misery1881Johnson Poems 1955J1534+
She could not live upon the past1880Franklin Variorum 1998F1535A+
The Life that tied too tight escapes1881Johnson Poems 1955J1535+
You cannot make remembrance grow1880Franklin Variorum 1998F1536A+
There comes a warning like a spy1881Johnson Poems 1955J1536+
"And with what body do they come"?1880Franklin Variorum 1998F1537A+
"And with what body do they come"?1880Perez Dickinson CowanFranklin Variorum 1998F1537B+
Candor -- my tepid friend --1882Susan DickinsonJohnson Poems 1955J1537+
The savior must have been1880T. W. HigginsonFranklin Variorum 1998F1538A+
The savior must have been1880Franklin Variorum 1998F1538B+
The savior must have been1880Franklin Variorum 1998F1538C.1+
The savior must have been1880Franklin Variorum 1998F1538C.2+
Follow wise Orion1882Susan DickinsonJohnson Poems 1955J1538+
Mine enemy is growing old1880Franklin Variorum 1998F1539A+
Mine enemy is growing old1880T. W. HigginsonFranklin Variorum 1998F1539B+
Mine enemy is growing old1880Franklin Variorum 1998F1539C+
Now I lay thee down to Sleep --1882Susan DickinsonJohnson Poems 1955J1539+
My country need not change her gown1880Louise and Frances NorcrossFranklin Variorum 1998F1540B+
My country need not change her gown1880Franklin Variorum 1998F1540C+
As imperceptibly as Grief1882T. W. HigginsonJohnson Poems 1955J1540+
Birthday of but a single pang1880Susan DickinsonFranklin Variorum 1998F1541A+
No matter where the Saints abide,1882Susan DickinsonJohnson Poems 1955J1541+
Drowning is not so pitiful1880Franklin Variorum 1998F1542A+
Drowning is not so pitiful1880Franklin Variorum 1998F1542B+
Come show thy Durham Breast1882T. W. HigginsonJohnson Poems 1955J1542+
The stem of a departed flower1881Sarah TuckermanFranklin Variorum 1998F1543A+
Obtaining but our own Extent1882T. W. HigginsonJohnson Poems 1955J1543+
An antiquated tree1881Franklin Variorum 1998F1544A+
An antiquated tree1881Elizabeth HollandFranklin Variorum 1998F1544B+
Who has not found the Heaven -- below --1883Martha DickinsonJohnson Poems 1955J1544+
A pang is more conspicuous in spring1881Franklin Variorum 1998F1545A+
A pang is more conspicuous in spring1881Franklin Variorum 1998F1545B+
The Bible is an antique Volume --1882Edward (Ned) DickinsonJohnson Poems 1955J1545+
We never know we go when we are going1881Franklin Variorum 1998F1546A+
We never know we go when we are going1881Louise and Frances NorcrossFranklin Variorum 1998F1546B+
Sweet Pirate of the heart,1882Sarah TuckermanJohnson Poems 1955J1546+
His little hearse like figure1881Franklin Variorum 1998F1547A+
His little hearse like figure1881Thomas Gilbert (Gib) DickinsonFranklin Variorum 1998F1547B+
Hope is a subtle Glutton --1882Johnson Poems 1955J1547+
All things swept sole away1881T. W. HigginsonFranklin Variorum 1998F1548A+
Meeting by Accident,1882Johnson Poems 1955J1548+
A faded boy in sallow clothes1881Franklin Variorum 1998F1549A+
My Wars are laid away in Books --1882Johnson Poems 1955J1549+
Oh give it motion - deck it sweet1881Franklin Variorum 1998F1550A+
The pattern of the sun1882Johnson Poems 1955J1550+
'Tis seasons since the dimpled war1881Franklin Variorum 1998F1551A+
Those -- dying then,1882Johnson Poems 1955J1551+
Above oblivion's tide there is a pier1881Franklin Variorum 1998F1552A+
Within thy Grave!1882Johnson Poems 1955J1552+
From all the jails the boys and girls1881Franklin Variorum 1998F1553A+
Bliss is the plaything of the child --1882Johnson Poems 1955J1553+
On that specific pillow1881Franklin Variorum 1998F1554A+
"Go tell it" -- What a Message --1882Johnson Poems 1955J1554+
The life that tied too tight escapes1881Franklin Variorum 1998F1555A+
I groped for him before I knew1882Johnson Poems 1955J1555+
The bird her punctual music brings1881Franklin Variorum 1998F1556A+
Image of Light, Adieu --1882Johnson Poems 1955J1556+
How fleet - how indiscreet an one1881[Otis Phillips Lord]Franklin Variorum 1998F1557A+
Lives he in any other world1882Johnson Poems 1955J1557+
The blood is more showy than the breath1881Franklin Variorum 1998F1558A+
Of Death I try to think like this --1882Johnson Poems 1955J1558+
The butterfly upon the sky1881Martha Dickinson and Sally JenkinsFranklin Variorum 1998F1559A+
Tried always and Condemned by thee1882Johnson Poems 1955J1559+
There comes a warning like a spy1881Franklin Variorum 1998F1560A+
To be forgot by thee1883Helen Hunt JacksonJohnson Poems 1955J1560+
"Go traveling with us"!1881T. W. HigginsonFranklin Variorum 1998F1561A+
No Brigadier throughout the Year1883T. W. HigginsonJohnson Poems 1955J1561+
His oriental heresies1881Franklin Variorum 1998F1562A+
His oriental heresies1881Franklin Variorum 1998F1562B+
Her Losses make our Gains ashamed --1883Thomas NilesJohnson Poems 1955J1562+
No autumn's interceptive chill1881Franklin Variorum 1998F1563A+
No autumn's intercepting chill1881Susan DickinsonFranklin Variorum 1998F1563B+
No autumn's interceptive chill1881Elizabeth HollandFranklin Variorum 1998F1563C+
By homely gift and hindered Words1883Susan DickinsonJohnson Poems 1955J1563+
The things that never can come back are several1881Franklin Variorum 1998F1564A+
The things that never can come back are several1881Elizabeth HollandFranklin Variorum 1998F1564B+
Pass to thy Rendezvous of Light,1883T. W. HigginsonJohnson Poems 1955J1564+
The dandelion's pallid tube1881Sarah TuckermanFranklin Variorum 1998F1565A+
Some Arrows slay but whom they strike --1883Susan DickinsonJohnson Poems 1955J1565+
Not seeing, still we know1881Sarah TuckermanFranklin Variorum 1998F1566A+
Climbing to reach the costly Hearts1883T. W. HigginsonJohnson Poems 1955J1566+
How much of source escapes with thee1881Elizabeth HollandFranklin Variorum 1998F1567A+
The Heart has many Doors --1883Susan DickinsonJohnson Poems 1955J1567+
Sweet pirate of the heart1882Sarah TuckermanFranklin Variorum 1998F1568A+
To see her is a Picture --1883Susan DickinsonJohnson Poems 1955J1568+
Echo has no magistrate1882Franklin Variorum 1998F1569A+
Echo has no magistrate1882Susan DickinsonFranklin Variorum 1998F1569B+
The Clock strikes one that just struck two --1883Sarah TuckermanJohnson Poems 1955J1569+
How happy is the little stone1882Franklin Variorum 1998F1570A+
How happy is the little stone1882Susan DickinsonFranklin Variorum 1998F1570B+
How happy is the little stone1882Louise and Frances NorcrossFranklin Variorum 1998F1570C+
How happy is the little stone1882Thomas NilesFranklin Variorum 1998F1570E+
How happy is the little stone1882T. W. HigginsonFranklin Variorum 1998F1570F+
Forever honored be the Tree1883Susan DickinsonJohnson Poems 1955J1570+
He lived the life of ambush1882Franklin Variorum 1998F1571A+
Who abdicated ambush1882Franklin Variorum 1998F1571B+
He lived the life of ambush1882Samuel Bowles--youngerFranklin Variorum 1998F1571C+
How slow the Wind --1883Sarah TuckermanJohnson Poems 1955J1571+
Come show thy Durham breast1882Franklin Variorum 1998F1572A+
Come show thy Durham breast1882T. W. HigginsonFranklin Variorum 1998F1572B+
We wear our sober Dresses when we die,1883Sarah TuckermanJohnson Poems 1955J1572+
Obtaining but our own extent1882T. W. HigginsonFranklin Variorum 1998F1573A+
Obtaining but his own extent1882James D. ClarkFranklin Variorum 1998F1573B+
To the bright east she flies,Maria WhitneyJohnson Poems 1955J1573+
The moon upon her fluent route1882Susan DickinsonFranklin Variorum 1998F1574A+
The moon upon her fluent route1882[T. W. Higginson]Franklin Variorum 1998F1574B+
The moon upon her fluent route1882Franklin Variorum 1998F1574C+
No ladder needs the bird but skiesMaria WhitneyJohnson Poems 1955J1574+
Now I lay thee down to sleep1882Susan DickinsonFranklin Variorum 1998F1575A+
The Bat is dun, with wrinkled Wings --1876Johnson Poems 1955J1575+
No matter where the saints abide1882Susan DickinsonFranklin Variorum 1998F1576A+
The Spirit lasts -- but in what mode --1883James D. ClarkJohnson Poems 1955J1576+
The Bible is an untold volume1882Franklin Variorum 1998F1577A+
The Bible is an antique volume1882Franklin Variorum 1998F1577B+
The Bible is an untold volume1882Edward (Ned) DickinsonFranklin Variorum 1998F1577C+
Morning is due to all --1883Samuel Bowles--youngerJohnson Poems 1955J1577+
Meeting by accident1882Franklin Variorum 1998F1578A+
Blossoms will run away,1883Cornelia (Nellie) Peck SweetserJohnson Poems 1955J1578+
My wars are laid away in books1882Franklin Variorum 1998F1579A+
It would not know if it were spurned,1882Edward (Ned) DickinsonJohnson Poems 1955J1579+
The pattern of the sun1882Franklin Variorum 1998F1580A+
We shun it ere it comes,1882Jospeh K. ChickeringJohnson Poems 1955J1580+
Those dying then1882Franklin Variorum 1998F1581A+
The farthest Thunder that I heard1883Johnson Poems 1955J1581+
Within thy grave!1882Franklin Variorum 1998F1582A+
Where Roses would not dare to go,1883Johnson Poems 1955J1582+
Bliss is the plaything of the child1882Franklin Variorum 1998F1583A+
Bliss is the sceptre of the child1882Franklin Variorum 1998F1583B+
Witchcraft was hung, in History,1883Johnson Poems 1955J1583+
"Go tell it" - what a message1882Franklin Variorum 1998F1584A+
Expanse cannot be lost --1883Johnson Poems 1955J1584+
I groped for him before I knew1882Franklin Variorum 1998F1585A+
The Bird her punctual music brings1883Johnson Poems 1955J1585+
Image of light, adieu1882Franklin Variorum 1998F1586A+
To her derided Home1883Johnson Poems 1955J1586+
Lives he in any other world1882Franklin Variorum 1998F1587A+
He ate and drank the precious Words --1883Johnson Poems 1955J1587+
Of death I try to think like this1882Franklin Variorum 1998F1588A+
This Me -- that walks and works -- must die,1883Johnson Poems 1955J1588+
Tried always and condemned by thee1882Franklin Variorum 1998F1589A+
Cosmopolites without a plea1883Johnson Poems 1955J1589+
Elysium is as far as to1882[Mabel Todd]Franklin Variorum 1998F1590A+
Not at Home to Callers1883Thomas Gilbert (Gib) DickinsonJohnson Poems 1955J1590+
If I should see a single bird1882Thomas Gilbert (Gib) DickinsonFranklin Variorum 1998F1591A+
The Bobolink is gone -- the Rowdy of the Meadow --1883Johnson Poems 1955J1591+
Cosmopolites without a plea1882Franklin Variorum 1998F1592A+
The Lassitudes of Contemplation1883Johnson Poems 1955J1592+
He ate and drank the precious words1882Franklin Variorum 1998F1593A+
There came a Wind like a Bugle --1883Johnson Poems 1955J1593+
Pompless no life can pass away1882Franklin Variorum 1998F1594A+
Pompless no life can pass away1882Franklin Variorum 1998F1594B+
Pompless no life can pass away1882Franklin Variorum 1998F1594C+
Immured in Heaven!1884Susan DickinsonJohnson Poems 1955J1594+
We shun it ere it comes1883Joseph K. ChickeringFranklin Variorum 1998F1595A+
Declaiming Waters none may dread --1884Susan DickinsonJohnson Poems 1955J1595+
No brigadier throughout the year1883Franklin Variorum 1998F1596A+
No brigadier throughout the year1883Susan DickinsonFranklin Variorum 1998F1596B+
No brigadier throughout the year1883T. W. HigginsonFranklin Variorum 1998F1596C+
Few, yet enough,1884Susan DickinsonJohnson Poems 1955J1596+
To see her is a picture1883Franklin Variorum 1998F1597A+
To see her is a picture1883Franklin Variorum 1998F1597B+
To see her is a picture1883Elizabeth HollandFranklin Variorum 1998F1597C+
To see her is a picture1883[Mabel Todd]Franklin Variorum 1998F1597D+
'T'is not the swaying frame we miss,1884Susan DickinsonJohnson Poems 1955J1597+
The clock strikes one1883Franklin Variorum 1998F1598A+
The clock strikes one1883Elizabeth HollandFranklin Variorum 1998F1598B+
The clock strikes one1883Sarah TuckermanFranklin Variorum 1998F1598C+
The clock strikes one1883Samuel Bowles--youngerFranklin Variorum 1998F1598D+
Who is it seeks my Pillow Nights --1884Susan DickinsonJohnson Poems 1955J1598+
A sloop of amber slips away1883Franklin Variorum 1998F1599A+
A sloop of amber slips away1883Franklin Variorum 1998F1599B+
A sloop of amber slips away1883Franklin Variorum 1998F1599C+
Though the great Waters sleep,1884Susan DickinsonJohnson Poems 1955J1599+
Forever cherished be the tree1883Franklin Variorum 1998F1600A+
Forever honored be the tree1883Elizabeth HollandFranklin Variorum 1998F1600B+
Forever cherished be the tree1883[Mabel Todd]Franklin Variorum 1998F1600C+
Upon his Saddle sprung a Bird1884Helen Hunt JacksonJohnson Poems 1955J1600+
To be forgot by thee1883Franklin Variorum 1998F1601A+
To be forgot by thee1883Helen Hunt JacksonFranklin Variorum 1998F1601B+
Of God we ask one favor,1884Helen Hunt JacksonJohnson Poems 1955J1601+
Her losses make our gains ashamed1883Franklin Variorum 1998F1602A+
His losses made our gains ashamed1883Thomas NilesFranklin Variorum 1998F1602B+
Her losses make our gains ashamed1883Susan DickinsonFranklin Variorum 1998F1602C+
Pursuing you in your transitions,1884Helen Hunt JacksonJohnson Poems 1955J1602+
To the bright east she flies1883Maria WhitneyFranklin Variorum 1998F1603A+
The going from a world we know1884Louise and Frances NorcrossJohnson Poems 1955J1603+
Not at home to callers1883Franklin Variorum 1998F1604A+
Not at home to callers1883Thomas Gilbert (Gib) DickinsonFranklin Variorum 1998F1604B+
We send the Wave to find the Wave --1884Louise and Frances NorcrossJohnson Poems 1955J1604+
No ladder needs the bird but skies1883Maria WhitneyFranklin Variorum 1998F1605A+
Each that we lose takes part of us;Louise and Frances NorcrossJohnson Poems 1955J1605+
Lad of Athens, faithful be1883Franklin Variorum 1998F1606A+
Lad of Athens, faithful be1883[Samuel Bowles--younger]Franklin Variorum 1998F1606B+
Quite empty, quite at rest,1884Josiah Holland and Elizabeth HollandJohnson Poems 1955J1606+
How slow the wind - how slow the sea1883Sarah TuckermanFranklin Variorum 1998F1607A+
Within that little Hive1884Josiah Holland and Elizabeth HollandJohnson Poems 1955J1607+
Candor - my tepid friend1883Susan DickinsonFranklin Variorum 1998F1608A+
The ecstasy to guessJohnson Poems 1955J1608+
Who has not found the heaven below1883Franklin Variorum 1998F1609A+
Who has not found the heaven below1883Martha Dickinson and Sally JenkinsFranklin Variorum 1998F1609B+
Sunset that screens, reveals --1884Mabel ToddJohnson Poems 1955J1609+
Where roses would not dare to go1883Franklin Variorum 1998F1610A+
Morning that comes but once,1884Mabel ToddJohnson Poems 1955J1610+
By homely gifts and hindered words1883Susan DickinsonFranklin Variorum 1998F1611A+
Their dappled importunity1884Mabel ToddJohnson Poems 1955J1611+
Witchcraft was hung in history1883Franklin Variorum 1998F1612A+
The Auctioneer of Parting1884Mabel ToddJohnson Poems 1955J1612+
The lassitudes of contemplation1883Franklin Variorum 1998F1613A+
Not Sickness stains the Brave,1884Mabel ToddJohnson Poems 1955J1613+
Blossoms will run away1883Cornelia (Nellie) Peck SweetserFranklin Variorum 1998F1614A+
Parting with Thee reluctantly,1884Johnson Poems 1955J1614+
It would not know if it were spurned1883[Martha Dickinson]Franklin Variorum 1998F1615A+
Oh what a Grace is this,1884Eben Loomis and Mary LoomisJohnson Poems 1955J1615+
This me that walks and works must die1883Franklin Variorum 1998F1616A+
Adversity if it shall be1883Franklin Variorum 1998F1616B+
This me that walks and works must die1883Franklin Variorum 1998F1616C+
This me that walks and works must die1883Maria WhitneyFranklin Variorum 1998F1616D+
Who abdicated Ambush1884Samuel Bowles--youngerJohnson Poems 1955J1616+
To her derided home1883Franklin Variorum 1998F1617A+
To her derided home1883Franklin Variorum 1998F1617B+
To try to speak, and miss the way1884Sarah TuckermanJohnson Poems 1955J1617+
There came a wind like a bugle1883Franklin Variorum 1998F1618A+
There are two Mays1883Ellen MatherJohnson Poems 1955J1618+
We wear our sober dresses when we die1883Sarah TuckermanFranklin Variorum 1998F1619A+
Not knowing when the Dawn will come,1884T. W. HigginsonJohnson Poems 1955J1619+
The bobolink is gone - the rowdy of the meadow1883Franklin Variorum 1998F1620A+
Circumference thou Bride of Awe1884Daniel Chester FrenchJohnson Poems 1955J1620+
Morning is due to all1883Samuel Bowles--youngerFranklin Variorum 1998F1621A+
A Flower will not trouble her, it has so small a Foot,1884Johnson Poems 1955J1621+
The summer that we did not prize1883[Otis Phillips Lord]Franklin Variorum 1998F1622A+
A Sloop of Amber slips away1884Johnson Poems 1955J1622+
The heart has many doors1883Susan DickinsonFranklin Variorum 1998F1623A+
A World made penniniless by that departure1885Johnson Poems 1955J1623+
Pass to thy rendezvous of light1883Susan DickinsonFranklin Variorum 1998F1624A+
Pass to thy rendezvous of light1883T. W. HigginsonFranklin Variorum 1998F1624B+
Apparently with no surprise1884Johnson Poems 1955J1624+
Expanse cannot be lost1883Susan DickinsonFranklin Variorum 1998F1625A+
Back from the cordial Grave I drag thee1884Johnson Poems 1955J1625+
Climbing to reach the costly hearts1883Susan DickinsonFranklin Variorum 1998F1626A+
Who "meddled" with the costly hearts1883T. W. HigginsonFranklin Variorum 1998F1626B+
No Life can pompless pass away --1884Johnson Poems 1955J1626+
The spirit lasts but in what mode1883Franklin Variorum 1998F1627A+
The spirit lasts but in what mode1883Charles H. ClarkFranklin Variorum 1998F1627B+
The pedigree of Honey1884Johnson Poems 1955J1627+
Immured in heaven!1883Franklin Variorum 1998F1628A+
Immured in heaven!1883Susan DickinsonFranklin Variorum 1998F1628B+
A Drunkard cannot meet a Cork1884Johnson Poems 1955J1628+
To try to speak and miss the way1884Sarah TuckermanFranklin Variorum 1998F1629A+
To try to speak and miss the way1884Franklin Variorum 1998F1629B+
Arrows enamored of his Heart --1884Johnson Poems 1955J1629+
A drunkard cannot meet a cork1884Franklin Variorum 1998F1630A+
A drunkard cannot meet a cork1884Franklin Variorum 1998F1630B+
As from the earth the light Balloon1884Johnson Poems 1955J1630+
'Tis not the swaying frame we miss1884Franklin Variorum 1998F1631A+
Oh Future! thou secreted peace1884Johnson Poems 1955J1631+
Quite empty, quite at rest1884Elizabeth HollandFranklin Variorum 1998F1632A+
So give me back to Death --1884Johnson Poems 1955J1632+
Within that little hive1884Elizabeth HollandFranklin Variorum 1998F1633A+
Still own thee -- still thou art1884Johnson Poems 1955J1633+
Each that we lose takes part of us1884Louise and Frances NorcrossFranklin Variorum 1998F1634A+
Talk not to me of Summer Trees1884Johnson Poems 1955J1634+
Arrows enamored of his heart1884Franklin Variorum 1998F1635A+
The Jay his Castanet has struck1884Johnson Poems 1955J1635+
Circumference thou bride of awe1884Franklin Variorum 1998F1636A+
Circumference thou bride of awe1884Daniel Chester FrenchFranklin Variorum 1998F1636B+
The Sun in reining to the West1884Johnson Poems 1955J1636+
There are two Mays1884Elizabeth Street DickermanFranklin Variorum 1998F1637A.1+
There are two Mays1884Elizabeth Street DickermanFranklin Variorum 1998F1637A.2+
There are two Mays1884Ellen MatherFranklin Variorum 1998F1637B.1+
There are two Mays1884Ellen MatherFranklin Variorum 1998F1637B.2+
Is it too late to touch you, Dear?1885Mary Warner CrowellJohnson Poems 1955J1637+
Declaiming waters none may dread1884Franklin Variorum 1998F1638A+
Declaiming waters none may dread1884Susan DickinsonFranklin Variorum 1998F1638B+
Go thy great way!1885Benjamin KimballJohnson Poems 1955J1638+
Few yet enough1884Franklin Variorum 1998F1639A+
Few yet enough1884Susan DickinsonFranklin Variorum 1998F1639B+
A Letter is a joy of Earth --1885Eben Loomis and Mary LoomisJohnson Poems 1955J1639+
Who is it seeks my pillow nights1884Susan DickinsonFranklin Variorum 1998F1640A+
Take all away from me, but leave me Ecstasy,1885Helen Hunt JacksonJohnson Poems 1955J1640+
Though the great waters sleep1884Franklin Variorum 1998F1641A+
Though the great waters sleep1884Franklin Variorum 1998F1641B+
Though the great waters sleep1884Franklin Variorum 1998F1641C+
Though the great waters sleep1884Susan DickinsonFranklin Variorum 1998F1641D+
Though the great waters sleep1884Catherine Dickinson SweetserFranklin Variorum 1998F1641E+
Though the great waters sleep1884Benjamin KimballFranklin Variorum 1998F1641F+
Though the great waters sleep1884Abigail Ingersoll CooperFranklin Variorum 1998F1641G+
Betrothed to Righteousness might be1885Johnson Poems 1955J1641+
A world made penniless by his departure1884Franklin Variorum 1998F1642A+
A world made penniless by that departure1884Franklin Variorum 1998F1642B+
"Red Sea," indeed! Talk not to me1885Johnson Poems 1955J1642+
We send the wave to find the wave1884Louise and Frances NorcrossFranklin Variorum 1998F1643A+
We send the wave to find the wave1884Franklin Variorum 1998F1643B+
Extol thee -- could I -- Then I will1885Johnson Poems 1955J1643+
Sunset that screens reveals1884Franklin Variorum 1998F1644A+
Sunset that screens reveals1884Mabel ToddFranklin Variorum 1998F1644B+
Some one prepared this mighty show1885Johnson Poems 1955J1644+
Morning that comes but once1884Mabel ToddFranklin Variorum 1998F1645A+
The Ditch is dear to the Drunken man1885Johnson Poems 1955J1645+
The auctioneer of parting1884Mabel ToddFranklin Variorum 1998F1646A+
Why should we hurry -- why indeed1885Johnson Poems 1955J1646+
Not knowing when the dawn will come1884Franklin Variorum 1998F1647A+
Not knowing when herself may come1884Franklin Variorum 1998F1647B+
Not knowing when the dawn will come1884T. W. HigginsonFranklin Variorum 1998F1647C+
Of Glory not a Beam is left1886T. W. HigginsonJohnson Poems 1955J1647+
A flower will not trouble her1884Franklin Variorum 1998F1648A+
The immortality she gave1886T. W. HigginsonJohnson Poems 1955J1648+
Back from the cordial grave I drag thee1884Franklin Variorum 1998F1649A+
A Cap of Lead across the skyJohnson Poems 1955J1649+
The pedigree of honey1884Franklin Variorum 1998F1650A+
The pedigree of honey1884Mabel ToddFranklin Variorum 1998F1650B+
The pedigree of honey1884Franklin Variorum 1998F1650C+
A lane of Yellow led the eyeJohnson Poems 1955J1650+
As from the earth the light balloon1884Franklin Variorum 1998F1651A+
A Word made Flesh is seldomJohnson Poems 1955J1651+
Oh future! thou secreted peace1884Franklin Variorum 1998F1652A+
Advance is Life's conditionJohnson Poems 1955J1652+
So give me back to death1884Franklin Variorum 1998F1653A+
As we pass Houses musing slowJohnson Poems 1955J1653+
Still own thee - still thou art1884Franklin Variorum 1998F1654A+
Beauty crowds me till I dieJohnson Poems 1955J1654+
Talk not to me of summer trees1884Franklin Variorum 1998F1655A+
Conferring with myselfJohnson Poems 1955J1655+
The sun in reining to the west1884Franklin Variorum 1998F1656A+
Down Time's quaint streamJohnson Poems 1955J1656+
Betrothed to righteousness might be1884Franklin Variorum 1998F1657A+
Eden is that old -- fashioned HouseJohnson Poems 1955J1657+
Show me eternity, and I will show you memory1884Susan DickinsonFranklin Variorum 1998F1658A+
Endanger it, and the DemandJohnson Poems 1955J1658+
I held it so tight that I lost it1884Franklin Variorum 1998F1659A+
Fame is a fickle foodJohnson Poems 1955J1659+
But that defeated accent1884Franklin Variorum 1998F1660A+
Glory is that bright tragic thingJohnson Poems 1955J1660+
Not sickness stains the brave1884Mabel ToddFranklin Variorum 1998F1661A+
Guest am I to haveJohnson Poems 1955J1661+
The going from a world we know1884Louise and Frances NorcrossFranklin Variorum 1998F1662A+
He went by sleep that drowsy routeJohnson Poems 1955J1662+
Upon his saddle sprung a bird1884Franklin Variorum 1998F1663A+
Upon his saddle sprung a bird1884Helen Hunt JacksonFranklin Variorum 1998F1663B+
His mind of man, a secret makesJohnson Poems 1955J1663+
In other motes1884Helen Hunt JacksonFranklin Variorum 1998F1664A+
I did not reach TheeJohnson Poems 1955J1664+
The farthest thunder that I heard1884Franklin Variorum 1998F1665A+
The farthest thunder that I heard1884Franklin Variorum 1998F1665B+
The farthest thunder that I heard1884Susan DickinsonFranklin Variorum 1998F1665C+
The farthest thunder that I heard1884Helen Hunt JacksonFranklin Variorum 1998F1665D+
I know of people in the GraveJohnson Poems 1955J1665+
Most arrows slay but whom they strike1884Franklin Variorum 1998F1666A+
Some arrows slay but whom they strike1884Franklin Variorum 1998F1666B+
Most arrows slay but whom they strike1884Susan DickinsonFranklin Variorum 1998F1666C+
I see thee clearer for the GraveJohnson Poems 1955J1666+
Parting with thee reluctantly1884Eben Jenks LoomisFranklin Variorum 1998F1667A+
I watched her face to see which wayJohnson Poems 1955J1667+
Apparently with no surprise1884Franklin Variorum 1998F1668A+
If I could tell how glad I wasJohnson Poems 1955J1668+
Oh what a grace is this1884Eben Jenks LoomisFranklin Variorum 1998F1669A+
In snow thou comestJohnson Poems 1955J1669+
The jay his castanet has struck1884Franklin Variorum 1998F1670A+
In Winter in my RoomJohnson Poems 1955J1670+
Take all I have away1885Franklin Variorum 1998F1671A+
Take all away from me but leave me ecstasy1885Eben Jenks LoomisFranklin Variorum 1998F1671B+
Take all I have away1885[Helen Hunt Jackson]Franklin Variorum 1998F1671C+
Take all I have away1885[Helen Hunt Jackson]Franklin Variorum 1998F1671D+
Take all I have away1885[Helen Hunt Jackson]Franklin Variorum 1998F1671E+
Take all I have away1885Elizabeth Bowles and Samuel Bowles--youngerFranklin Variorum 1998F1671F+
Judgment is justestJohnson Poems 1955J1671+
A letter is a joy of earth1885Eben Jenks LoomisFranklin Variorum 1998F1672A+
A letter is a joy of earth1885Charles H. ClarkFranklin Variorum 1998F1672B+
Lightly stepped a yellow starJohnson Poems 1955J1672+
Go thy great way!1885Benjamin KimballFranklin Variorum 1998F1673A+
Go thy great way!1885Abigail Ingersoll CooperFranklin Variorum 1998F1673B+
Nature can do no moreJohnson Poems 1955J1673+
Is it too late to touch you, dear?1885Mary Warner CrowellFranklin Variorum 1998F1674A+
Not any sunny toneJohnson Poems 1955J1674+
Of God we ask one favor1885[Helen Hunt Jackson]Franklin Variorum 1998F1675A+
Of God we ask one favor1885[Helen Hunt Jackson]Franklin Variorum 1998F1675B+
Of this is Day composedJohnson Poems 1955J1675+
A chastened grace is twice a grace1885Sarah TuckermanFranklin Variorum 1998F1676A+
Of Yellow was the outer SkyJohnson Poems 1955J1676+
Their dappled importunity1885Mabel ToddFranklin Variorum 1998F1677A+
On my volcano grows the GrassJohnson Poems 1955J1677+
Some one prepared this mighty show1885Franklin Variorum 1998F1678A+
Peril as a PossessionJohnson Poems 1955J1678+
The ditch is dear to the drunken man1885Franklin Variorum 1998F1679A+
Rather arid delightJohnson Poems 1955J1679+
The ecstasy to guess1885Franklin Variorum 1998F1680A+
Sometimes with the HeartJohnson Poems 1955J1680+
"Red Sea" indeed! Talk not to me1885Franklin Variorum 1998F1681A+
Speech is one symptom of AffectionJohnson Poems 1955J1681+
Extol thee could I - then I will1885Franklin Variorum 1998F1682A+
Summer begins to have the lookJohnson Poems 1955J1682+
Why should we hurry - why indeed1885Franklin Variorum 1998F1683A+
That she forgot me was the leastJohnson Poems 1955J1683+
The immortality she gave1886T. W. HigginsonFranklin Variorum 1998F1684A+
The immortality she gave1886Franklin Variorum 1998F1684B+
The Blunder is in estimateJohnson Poems 1955J1684+
Of glory not a beam is left1886T. W. HigginsonFranklin Variorum 1998F1685A+
The butterfly obtainsJohnson Poems 1955J1685+
The gleam of an heroic actFranklin Variorum 1998F1686A+
The event was directly behind HimJohnson Poems 1955J1686+
Beauty crowds me till I dieFranklin Variorum 1998F1687A+
The gleam of an heroic ActJohnson Poems 1955J1687+
Endanger it, and the demandFranklin Variorum 1998F1688A+
The Hills erect their Purple HeadsJohnson Poems 1955J1688+
To tell the beauty would decreaseFranklin Variorum 1998F1689A+
The look of thee, what is it likeJohnson Poems 1955J1689+
The blunder is in estimateFranklin Variorum 1998F1690A+
The ones that disappeared are backJohnson Poems 1955J1690+
Volcanoes be in SicilyFranklin Variorum 1998F1691A+
The overtakelessness of thoseJohnson Poems 1955J1691+
Of this is day composedFranklin Variorum 1998F1692A+
The right to perish might be tho'tJohnson Poems 1955J1692+
Summer begins to have the lookFranklin Variorum 1998F1693A+
Summer begins to have a lookLouise and Frances NorcrossFranklin Variorum 1998F1693B+
The Sun retired to a cloudJohnson Poems 1955J1693+
Speech is one symptom of affectionFranklin Variorum 1998F1694A+
The wind drew offJohnson Poems 1955J1694+
I see thee clearer for the graveFranklin Variorum 1998F1695A+
There is a solitude of spaceJohnson Poems 1955J1695+
There is a solitude of spaceFranklin Variorum 1998F1696A+
These are the days that Reindeer loveJohnson Poems 1955J1696+
The ones that disappeared are backFranklin Variorum 1998F1697A+
They talk as slow as Legends growJohnson Poems 1955J1697+
Lightly stepped a yellow starFranklin Variorum 1998F1698A+
T'is easier to pity those when deadJohnson Poems 1955J1698+
Peril as a possessionFranklin Variorum 1998F1699A+
To do a magnanimous thingJohnson Poems 1955J1699+
Glory is that bright tragic thingFranklin Variorum 1998F1700A+
To tell the Beauty would decreaseJohnson Poems 1955J1700+
The butterfly obtainsFranklin Variorum 1998F1701A+
To their apartment deepJohnson Poems 1955J1701+
Fame is a fickle foodFranklin Variorum 1998F1702A+
To-day or this noonJohnson Poems 1955J1702+
The wind drew offFranklin Variorum 1998F1703A+
T'was comfort in her Dying RoomJohnson Poems 1955J1703+
I know of people in the graveFranklin Variorum 1998F1704A+
Unto a broken heartJohnson Poems 1955J1704+
These are the days that reindeer loveFranklin Variorum 1998F1705A+
Volcanoes be in SicilyJohnson Poems 1955J1705+
Today or this noonFranklin Variorum 1998F1706A+
When we have ceased to careJohnson Poems 1955J1706+
Judgment is justestFranklin Variorum 1998F1707A+
Winter under cultivationJohnson Poems 1955J1707+
I did not reach theeFranklin Variorum 1998F1708A+
Witchcraft has not a PedigreeJohnson Poems 1955J1708+
The sun retired to a cloudFranklin Variorum 1998F1709A+
With sweetness unabatedJohnson Poems 1955J1709+
I watched her face to see which wayFranklin Variorum 1998F1710A+
A curious Cloud surprised the Sky,Johnson Poems 1955J1710+
He went by sleep that drowsy routeFranklin Variorum 1998F1711A+
A face devoid of love or grace,Johnson Poems 1955J1711+
Witchcraft has not a pedigreeFranklin Variorum 1998F1712A+
A Pit -- but Heaven over it --Johnson Poems 1955J1712+
With sweetness unabatedFranklin Variorum 1998F1713A+
As subtle as tomorrowJohnson Poems 1955J1713+
In snow thou comestFranklin Variorum 1998F1714A+
By a departing lightJohnson Poems 1955J1714+
A word made flesh is seldomFranklin Variorum 1998F1715A+
Consulting summer's clock,Johnson Poems 1955J1715+
That she forgot me was the leastFranklin Variorum 1998F1716A+
Death is like the insectJohnson Poems 1955J1716+
Guest am I to haveFranklin Variorum 1998F1717A+
Did life's penurious lengthJohnson Poems 1955J1717+
Rather arid delightFranklin Variorum 1998F1718A+
Drowning is not so pitifulJohnson Poems 1955J1718+
'Tis easier to pity those when deadFranklin Variorum 1998F1719A+
God is indeed a jealous God --Johnson Poems 1955J1719+
Winter under cultivationFranklin Variorum 1998F1720A+
Had I known that the first was the lastJohnson Poems 1955J1720+
Down time's quaint streamFranklin Variorum 1998F1721A+
He was my host -- he was my guest,Johnson Poems 1955J1721+
Nature can do no moreFranklin Variorum 1998F1722A+
Her face was in a bed of hair,Johnson Poems 1955J1722+
As we pass houses musing slowFranklin Variorum 1998F1723A+
High from the earth I heard a bird;Johnson Poems 1955J1723+
The event was directly behind himFranklin Variorum 1998F1724A+
How dare the robins sing,Johnson Poems 1955J1724+
If I could tell how glad I wasFranklin Variorum 1998F1725A+
I took one Draught of Life --Johnson Poems 1955J1725+
The right to perish might be thoughtFranklin Variorum 1998F1726A+
If all the griefs I am to haveJohnson Poems 1955J1726+
Sometimes with the heartFranklin Variorum 1998F1727A+
If ever the lid gets off my headJohnson Poems 1955J1727+
The hills erect their purple headsFranklin Variorum 1998F1728A+
Is Immortality a baneJohnson Poems 1955J1728+
To do a magnanimous thingFranklin Variorum 1998F1729A+
I've got an arrow here.Johnson Poems 1955J1729+
His mind of man a secret makesFranklin Variorum 1998F1730A+
"Lethe" in my flower,Johnson Poems 1955J1730+
The look of thee what is it likeFranklin Variorum 1998F1731A+
Love can do all but raise the DeadJohnson Poems 1955J1731+
They talk as slow as legends growFranklin Variorum 1998F1732A+
My life closed twice before its close;Johnson Poems 1955J1732+
Of yellow was the outer skyFranklin Variorum 1998F1733A+
No man saw awe, nor to his houseJohnson Poems 1955J1733+
Eden is that old fashioned houseFranklin Variorum 1998F1734A+
Oh, honey of an hour,Johnson Poems 1955J1734+
A cap of lead across the skyFranklin Variorum 1998F1735A+
One crown that no one seeksJohnson Poems 1955J1735+
Advance is life's conditionFranklin Variorum 1998F1736A+
Proud of my broken heart, since thou didst break it,Johnson Poems 1955J1736+
When we have ceased to careFranklin Variorum 1998F1737A+
Rearrange a "Wife's" affection!Johnson Poems 1955J1737+
Not any sunny toneFranklin Variorum 1998F1738A+
Softened by Time's consummate plush,Johnson Poems 1955J1738+
Conferring with myselfFranklin Variorum 1998F1739A+
Some say goodnight -- at night --Johnson Poems 1955J1739+
'Twas comfort in her dying roomFranklin Variorum 1998F1740A+
Sweet is the swamp with its secrets,Johnson Poems 1955J1740+
A lane of yellow led the eyeFranklin Variorum 1998F1741A+
That it will never come againJohnson Poems 1955J1741+
In winter in my roomFranklin Variorum 1998F1742A+
The distance that the dead have goneJohnson Poems 1955J1742+
On my volcano grows the grassFranklin Variorum 1998F1743A+
The grave my little cottage is,Johnson Poems 1955J1743+
To their apartment deepFranklin Variorum 1998F1744A+
The joy that has no stem nor core,Johnson Poems 1955J1744+
Unto a broken heartSusan DickinsonFranklin Variorum 1998F1745A+
The mob within the heartJohnson Poems 1955J1745+
Those final creatures - who they areSusan DickinsonFranklin Variorum 1998F1746A+
The most important populationJohnson Poems 1955J1746+
That love is all there isSusan DickinsonFranklin Variorum 1998F1747A+
The parasol is the umbrella's daughter,Johnson Poems 1955J1747+
As subtle as tomorrowFranklin Variorum 1998F1748A+
The reticent volcano keepsJohnson Poems 1955J1748+
By a departing lightFranklin Variorum 1998F1749A+
The waters chased him as he fled,Johnson Poems 1955J1749+
Consulting summer's clockFranklin Variorum 1998F1750A+
The words the happy sayJohnson Poems 1955J1750+
Did life's penurious lengthFranklin Variorum 1998F1751A+
There comes an hour when begging stops,Johnson Poems 1955J1751+
God is indeed a jealous GodFranklin Variorum 1998F1752A+
This docile one interJohnson Poems 1955J1752+
Had I known that the first was the lastFranklin Variorum 1998F1753A+
Through those old Grounds of memory,Johnson Poems 1955J1753+
He was my host - he was my guestFranklin Variorum 1998F1754A+
To lose thee -- sweeter than to gainJohnson Poems 1955J1754+
Her face was in a bed of hairFranklin Variorum 1998F1755A+
To make a prairie it takes a clover and one bee,Johnson Poems 1955J1755+
If all the griefs I am to haveFranklin Variorum 1998F1756A+
'Twas here my summer pausedJohnson Poems 1955J1756+
Is immortality a baneFranklin Variorum 1998F1757A+
Upon the gallows hung a wretch,Johnson Poems 1955J1757+
Love can do all but raise the deadFranklin Variorum 1998F1758A+
Where every bird is bold to goJohnson Poems 1955J1758+
One crown that no one seeksFranklin Variorum 1998F1759A+
Which misses most,Johnson Poems 1955J1759+
Proud of my broken heart, since thou did'st break itFranklin Variorum 1998F1760A+
Elysium is as far as to1882Johnson Poems 1955J1760+
That it will never come againFranklin Variorum 1998F1761A+
A train went through a burial gate,Johnson Poems 1955J1761+
The joy that has no stem nor coreFranklin Variorum 1998F1762A+
Were nature mortal ladyJohnson Poems 1955J1762+
The mob within the heartFranklin Variorum 1998F1763A+
Fame is a bee.Johnson Poems 1955J1763+
The most important populationFranklin Variorum 1998F1764A+
The saddest noise, the sweetest noise,Johnson Poems 1955J1764+
The parasol is the umbrella's daughterFranklin Variorum 1998F1765A+
That Love is all there is,Johnson Poems 1955J1765+
The waters chased him as he fledFranklin Variorum 1998F1766A+
Those final Creatures, -- who they are --Johnson Poems 1955J1766+
The words the happy sayFranklin Variorum 1998F1767A+
Sweet hours have perished here;Johnson Poems 1955J1767+
There comes an hour when begging stopsFranklin Variorum 1998F1768A+
Lad of Athens, faithful be1883Johnson Poems 1955J1768+
This docile one interFranklin Variorum 1998F1769A+
The longest day that God appointsLouise and Frances NorcrossJohnson Poems 1955J1769+
Through those old grounds of memoryFranklin Variorum 1998F1770A+
Experiment escorts us last --1870T. W. HigginsonJohnson Poems 1955J1770+
'Twas here my summer pausedFranklin Variorum 1998F1771A+
How fleet -- how indiscreet an one --1881Otis Phillips LordJohnson Poems 1955J1771+
Softened by time's consummate plushFranklin Variorum 1998F1772A+
Let me not thirst with this Hock at my Lip,1881Otis Phillips LordJohnson Poems 1955J1772+
My life closed twice before it's closeFranklin Variorum 1998F1773A+
The Summer that we did not prize,1883Otis Phillips LordJohnson Poems 1955J1773+
A face devoid of love or graceFranklin Variorum 1998F1774A+
Too happy Time dissolves itself1870Johnson Poems 1955J1774+
Upon the gallows hung a wretchFranklin Variorum 1998F1775A+
The earth has many keys.1885Johnson Poems 1955J1775+
The reticent volcano keepsFranklin Variorum 1998F1776A+
To lose thee sweeter than to gainFranklin Variorum 1998F1777A+
High from the earth I heard a birdFranklin Variorum 1998F1778A+
To make a prairie it takes a clover and one beeFranklin Variorum 1998F1779A+
Sweet is the swamp with it's secretsFranklin Variorum 1998F1780A+
The distance that the dead have goneFranklin Variorum 1998F1781A+
How dare the robins singFranklin Variorum 1998F1782A+
Death is like the insectFranklin Variorum 1998F1783A+
The grave my little cottage isFranklin Variorum 1998F1784A+
Sweet hours have perished hereFranklin Variorum 1998F1785A+
Which misses mostLouise and Frances NorcrossFranklin Variorum 1998F1786A+
Which misses mostFranklin Variorum 1998F1786B+
Were nature mortal ladyFranklin Variorum 1998F1787A+
Fame is a beeFranklin Variorum 1998F1788A+
The saddest noise, the sweetest noiseFranklin Variorum 1998F1789A+