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I cannot dance opon my toes1862T. W. HigginsonteiTEI381A+
I dwell in Possibility --1862Isabel 657+
I had no cause to be awake1863ryanmwMW662A+
I have no life to live1877Poems on Old AddressesPOA1432A+
I heard a fly buzz when I died1863BugBytestest591A+
I heard a Fly buzz -- when I died --1862fly111465+
I'll tell you how the Sun rose --1862T. W. HigginsonArkin Scratch Ed.AS318+
I'm nobody! Who are you?I'm Nobody --260+
I'm nobody! Who are you?I'm NobodyA1260A1+
I'm Nobody! Who are you?1861Kilgore288+
In many and reportless places1876Arkin Scratch Ed.AS1404A+
It's thoughts -- and just One Heart --1862SH test495+
I am afraid to own a body1865Franklin Variorum 1998F1050A+
I am afraid to own a Body --1866Johnson Poems 1955J1090+
I am alive - I guess1863Franklin Variorum 1998F605A+
I am alive -- I guess --1862Johnson Poems 1955J470+
I am ashamed - I hide1863Franklin Variorum 1998F705A+
I am ashamed -- I hide --1862Johnson Poems 1955J473+
I asked no other thing1863Franklin Variorum 1998F687A+
I asked no other thing --1862Johnson Poems 1955J621+
I asked no other thing,Poems 1890P90-12+
I bet with every wind that blew1870[Susan Dickinson]Franklin Variorum 1998F1167A+
I bet with every Wind that blew1872Johnson Poems 1955J1215+
I breathed enough to learn the trick,Poems 1896P96-147+
I breathed enough to take the trick1862Franklin Variorum 1998F308A+
I breathed enough to take the Trick --1861Johnson Poems 1955J272+
I bring an unaccustomed winePoems 1891P91-2+
I bring an unaccustomed wine1859Franklin Variorum 1998F126A+
I bring an unaccustomed wine1859Johnson Poems 1955J132+
I bring an unaccustomed wine1859Johnson Poems 1955J132+
I came to buy a smile today1861Samuel BowlesFranklin Variorum 1998F258A+
I came to buy a smile today1861Franklin Variorum 1998F258B+
I Came to buy a smile -- today --1861Samual Bowler and Mary BowlesJohnson Poems 1955J223+
I cannot be ashamed1865Franklin Variorum 1998F977A+
I cannot be ashamed1864Johnson Poems 1955J914+
I cannot buy it - 'tis not sold1865Franklin Variorum 1998F943A+
I cannot buy it -- 'tis not sold --1864Johnson Poems 1955J840+
I cannot dance opon my toes1862T. W. HigginsonFranklin Variorum 1998F381A+
I cannot dance opon my toes1862Franklin Variorum 1998F381B+
I cannot dance upon my Toes --1862T. W. HigginsonJohnson Poems 1955J326+
I cannot live with you1863Franklin Variorum 1998F706A+
I cannot live with You --1862Johnson Poems 1955J640+
I cannot meet the spring unmoved1866Franklin Variorum 1998F1122A+
I cannot meet the spring unmoved1866Susan DickinsonFranklin Variorum 1998F1122B+
I cannot meet the Spring unmoved --1865Johnson Poems 1955J1051+
I cannot see my soul but know 'tis there1873Louise and Frances NorcrossFranklin Variorum 1998F1276A+
I cannot see my soul but know 'tis thereLouise and Frances NorcrossJohnson Poems 1955J1262+
I cannot want it more1871Franklin Variorum 1998F1228A+
I cannot want it more --1874Johnson Poems 1955J1301+
I cant tell you -- but you feel it --1859Susan DickinsonJohnson Poems 1955J65+
I cant tell you, but you feel it1860Susan DickinsonFranklin Variorum 1998F164A+
I cant tell you, but you feel it1860Franklin Variorum 1998F164B+
I can wade grief1862Franklin Variorum 1998F312A+
I can wade Grief --1861Johnson Poems 1955J252+
I cautious scanned my little life1860Franklin Variorum 1998F175A+
I cautious, scanned my little life --1860Johnson Poems 1955J178+
I could bring you jewels - had I a mind to1863Franklin Variorum 1998F726A+
I could bring You Jewels -- had I a mind to --1863Johnson Poems 1955J697+
I could die -- to know --1862Johnson Poems 1955J570+
I could die to know1863Franklin Variorum 1998F537A+
I could not drink it, Sue1864Susan DickinsonFranklin Variorum 1998F816A+
I could not drink it, Sweet1864Franklin Variorum 1998F816B+
I could not drink it, Sweet,1864Susan DickinsonJohnson Poems 1955J818+
I could not prove the years had feet1863Franklin Variorum 1998F674A+
I could not prove the Years had feet --1862Johnson Poems 1955J563+
I could suffice for him I knew1863Franklin Variorum 1998F712A+
I could suffice for Him, I knew --1862Johnson Poems 1955J643+
I counted till they danced so1858Franklin Variorum 1998F45A+
I cried at pity - not at pain1862Franklin Variorum 1998F394A+
I cried at Pity -- not at Pain --1862Johnson Poems 1955J588+
I cross till I am weary1863Franklin Variorum 1998F666A+
I cross till I am weary1862Johnson Poems 1955J550+
Ideals are the fairy oil1865Susan DickinsonFranklin Variorum 1998F1016A+
Ideals are the fairy oil1865Franklin Variorum 1998F1016B+
Ideals are the Fairy Oil1865Susan DickinsonJohnson Poems 1955J983+
I did not reach theeFranklin Variorum 1998F1708A+
I did not reach TheeJohnson Poems 1955J1664+
I died for beauty but was scarce1862Franklin Variorum 1998F448A+
I died for beauty, but was scarcePoems 1890P90-85+
I died for Beauty -- but was scarce1862Johnson Poems 1955J449+
I do not care - why should I care1880Franklin Variorum 1998F1534A+
I'd rather recollect a setting1875Franklin Variorum 1998F1366A+
I'd rather recollect a setting1875Johnson Poems 1955J1349+
I dreaded that first robin so1862Franklin Variorum 1998F347A+
I dreaded that first Robin, so,1862Johnson Poems 1955J348+
I dwell in possibility1862Franklin Variorum 1998F466A+
I dwell in Possibility --1862Johnson Poems 1955J657+
I envy seas whereon he rides1862Franklin Variorum 1998F368A+
I envy Seas, whereon He rides --1862Johnson Poems 1955J498+
If all the griefs I am to haveFranklin Variorum 1998F1756A+
If all the griefs I am to haveJohnson Poems 1955J1726+
If anybody's friend be dead1862Franklin Variorum 1998F354A+
If anybody's friend be dead1862Johnson Poems 1955J509+
If anybody's friend be dead,Poems 1891P91-145+
If any sink, assure that this now standing1863Franklin Variorum 1998F616A+
If any sink, assure that this, now standing --1862Johnson Poems 1955J358+
If blame be my side - forfeit me1864Franklin Variorum 1998F874A+
If Blame be my side -- forfeit Me --1863Johnson Poems 1955J775+
I fear a man of frugal speech1863Franklin Variorum 1998F663A+
I fear a Man of frugal Speech --1862Johnson Poems 1955J543+
I felt a cleaving in my mind1864Susan DickinsonFranklin Variorum 1998F867A+
I felt a cleaving in my mind1864Franklin Variorum 1998F867B+
I felt a Cleaving in my Mind --1864Johnson Poems 1955J937+
I felt a funeral in my brain1862Franklin Variorum 1998F340A+
I felt a funeral in my brain,Poems 1896P96-136+
I felt a Funeral, in my Brain,1861Johnson Poems 1955J280+
I felt my life with both my hands1862Franklin Variorum 1998F357A+
I felt my life with both my hands1862Johnson Poems 1955J351+
If ever the lid gets off my head1863Franklin Variorum 1998F585A+
If ever the lid gets off my headJohnson Poems 1955J1727+
If he dissolve - then there is nothing more1861Franklin Variorum 1998F251A+
If He dissolve -- then -- there is nothing -- more --1861Johnson Poems 1955J236+
If he were living - dare I ask1863Franklin Variorum 1998F719A+
If He were living -- dare I ask --1863Johnson Poems 1955J734+
If I can stop one heart from breaking1865Franklin Variorum 1998F982A+
If I can stop one heart from breaking,Poems 1890P90-6+
If I can stop one Heart from breaking1864Johnson Poems 1955J919+
If I could bribe them by a rose1860Franklin Variorum 1998F176A+
If I could bribe them by a Rose1860Johnson Poems 1955J179+
If I could tell how glad I wasFranklin Variorum 1998F1725A+
If I could tell how glad I wasJohnson Poems 1955J1668+
If I may have it when it's deadPoems 1896P96-150+
If I may have it when it's dead1862Franklin Variorum 1998F431A+
If I may have it, when it's dead,1862Johnson Poems 1955J577+
If I'm lost -- now --1861Johnson Poems 1955J256+
If I'm lost now1862Franklin Variorum 1998F316A+
If I should cease to bring a rose1859Franklin Variorum 1998F53A+
If I should cease to bring a Rose1858Johnson Poems 1955J56+
If I should die1858Franklin Variorum 1998F36A+
If I should die,Poems 1891P91-151+
If I should die,1858Johnson Poems 1955J54+
If I should'nt be alive1861Franklin Variorum 1998F210A+
If I should'nt be alive1860Johnson Poems 1955J182+
If I shouldn't be alivePoems 1890P90-112+
If I should see a single bird1882Thomas Gilbert (Gib) DickinsonFranklin Variorum 1998F1591A+
I fit for them --1867Johnson Poems 1955J1109+
I fit for them - I seek the dark1866Franklin Variorum 1998F1129A+
If it had no pencil1861Samuel BowlesFranklin Variorum 1998F184A+
If it had no pencil1864Johnson Poems 1955J921+
If my bark sink1872Franklin Variorum 1998F1250A+
If my Bark sink1872Johnson Poems 1955J1234+
If nature smiles - the mother must1865Franklin Variorum 1998F1101A+
If Nature smiles -- the Mother must1866Johnson Poems 1955J1085+
I found the phrase to every thoughtPoems 1891P91-5+
I found the words to every thought1862Franklin Variorum 1998F436A+
I found the words to every thought1862Johnson Poems 1955J581+
If pain for peace prepares1860Susan DickinsonFranklin Variorum 1998F155A+
If pain for peace prepares1860Franklin Variorum 1998F155B+
If pain for peace prepares1859Susan DickinsonJohnson Poems 1955J63+
If recollecting were forgetting1858Samuel BowlesFranklin Variorum 1998F9B+
If recollecting were forgetting,1858Samual Bowler and Mary BowlesJohnson Poems 1955J33+
If she had been the mistletoe1859Samuel BowlesFranklin Variorum 1998F60A+
If she had been the mistletoe1859Franklin Variorum 1998F60B+
If she had been the Mistletoe1858Samual Bowler and Mary BowlesJohnson Poems 1955J44+
If the foolish call them 'flowers,'Poems 1896P96-11+
If the foolish call them "flowers"1860Franklin Variorum 1998F179A+
If the foolish, call them "flowers" --1860Johnson Poems 1955J168+
If this is "fading"1859Franklin Variorum 1998F119A+
If this is "fading"1859Johnson Poems 1955J120+
If those I loved were lost1858Franklin Variorum 1998F20A+
If those I loved were lost1858Franklin Variorum 1998F20B+
If those I loved were lost1858Johnson Poems 1955J29+
If what we could were what we would1863Susan DickinsonFranklin Variorum 1998F540A+
If what we could were what we would1863Franklin Variorum 1998F540B+
If What we Could -- were what we would --1862Johnson Poems 1955J407+
If wrecked opon the bay of thought1879Franklin Variorum 1998F1503B+
If wrecked opon the wharf of thought1879Franklin Variorum 1998F1503A+
If wrecked upon the Shoal of Thought1879Johnson Poems 1955J1469+
If your nerve deny you1862Franklin Variorum 1998F329A+
If your Nerve, deny you --1861Johnson Poems 1955J292+
If you were coming in the fall1862Franklin Variorum 1998F356A+
If you were coming in the fall,Poems 1890P90-32+
If you were coming in the Fall,1862Johnson Poems 1955J511+
I gained it so1863Franklin Variorum 1998F639A+
I gained it so --1862Johnson Poems 1955J359+
I gained it so,Poems 1891P91-51+
I gave myself to him1862Franklin Variorum 1998F426A+
I gave myself to Him --1862Johnson Poems 1955J580+
I got so I could hear his name1862Franklin Variorum 1998F292A+
I got so I could hear his name --1861Johnson Poems 1955J293+
I groped for him before I knew1882Franklin Variorum 1998F1585A+
I groped for him before I knew1882Johnson Poems 1955J1555+
I had a daily bliss1865Franklin Variorum 1998F1029A+
I had a daily Bliss1865Johnson Poems 1955J1057+
I had a guinea golden1858Franklin Variorum 1998F12A+
I had a guinea golden --1858Johnson Poems 1955J23+
I HAD A GUINEA GOLDENPoems 1896P96-19+
I had been hungry all the years1862Franklin Variorum 1998F439A+
I had been hungry, all the Years --1862Johnson Poems 1955J579+
I had no cause to be awake1863Franklin Variorum 1998F662A+
I had no Cause to be awake --1862Johnson Poems 1955J542+
I had no time to hate1863Franklin Variorum 1998F763A+
I had no time to Hate --1862Johnson Poems 1955J478+
I had no time to hate, becausePoems 1890P90-22+
I had not minded walls1863Franklin Variorum 1998F554A+
I had not minded -- Walls --1862Johnson Poems 1955J398+
I had some things that I called mine1859Franklin Variorum 1998F101A+
I had some things that I called mine --1859Johnson Poems 1955J116+
I had the glory - that will do1862Franklin Variorum 1998F350A+
I had the Glory -- that will do --1862Johnson Poems 1955J349+
I have a bird in spring1854Susan DickinsonFranklin Variorum 1998F4A+
I have a bird in spring1854Elizabeth Holland (and Josiah Holland)Franklin Variorum 1998F4B+
I have a Bird in spring1854Susan DickinsonJohnson Poems 1955J5+
I have a king who does not speak1860Franklin Variorum 1998F157A+
I have a king who does not speak;Poems 1896P96-34+
I have a King, who does not speak --1859Johnson Poems 1955J103+
I have never seen 'volcanoes'1860Franklin Variorum 1998F165A+
I have never seen 'Volcanoes' --1860Johnson Poems 1955J175+
I have no life but this1877Samuel BowlesFranklin Variorum 1998F1432B+
I have no life but this,Poems 1891P91-59+
I have no Life but this --1877T. W. HigginsonJohnson Poems 1955J1398+
I have no life to live1877Franklin Variorum 1998F1432A+
I have no life to live1877T. W. HigginsonFranklin Variorum 1998F1432C+
I have not told my garden yet,Poems 1891P91-132+
I hav'nt told my garden yet1858Franklin Variorum 1998F40A+
I hav'nt told my garden yet --1858Johnson Poems 1955J50+
I heard a fly buzz when I died1863Franklin Variorum 1998F591A+
I heard a Fly buzz -- when I died --1862Johnson Poems 1955J465+
I heard as if I had no ear1865Franklin Variorum 1998F996A+
I heard as if I had no ear1865[T. W. Higginson]Franklin Variorum 1998F996B+
I heard, as if I had no Ear1865T. W. HigginsonJohnson Poems 1955J1039+
I held a jewel in my fingers1861Franklin Variorum 1998F261A+
I held a Jewel in my fingers --1861Johnson Poems 1955J245+
I held it so tight that I lost it1884Franklin Variorum 1998F1659A+
I hide myself within my flower1859Franklin Variorum 1998F80A+
I hide myself within my flower1859Franklin Variorum 1998F80B+
I hide myself within my flower1859Franklin Variorum 1998F80C+
I hide myself within my flower,1864Johnson Poems 1955J903+
I keep my pledge1859Franklin Variorum 1998F63A+
I keep my pledge.1858Johnson Poems 1955J46+
I knew that I had gained1865Franklin Variorum 1998F1033A+
I knew that I had gained1865Johnson Poems 1955J1022+
I know a place where summer strivesPoems 1891P91-101+
I know a place where summer strives1862Franklin Variorum 1998F363A+
I know a place where Summer strives1862Johnson Poems 1955J337+
I know lives I could miss1863Franklin Variorum 1998F574A+
I know lives, I could miss1862Johnson Poems 1955J372+
I know of people in the graveFranklin Variorum 1998F1704A+
I know of people in the GraveJohnson Poems 1955J1665+
I know some lonely houses off the road1862Susan DickinsonFranklin Variorum 1998F311B+
I know some lonely Houses off the Road1861Johnson Poems 1955J289+
I know suspense - it steps so terse1873Franklin Variorum 1998F1283A+
I know Suspense -- it steps so terse1873Johnson Poems 1955J1285+
I know that he existsPoems 1891P91-55+
I know that he exists1862Franklin Variorum 1998F365A+
I know that He exists.1862Johnson Poems 1955J338+
I know where wells grow - droughtless wells1863Franklin Variorum 1998F695A+
I know where Wells grow -- Droughtless Wells --1862Johnson Poems 1955J460+
I learned at least what home could be1864Franklin Variorum 1998F891A+
I learned -- at least -- what Home could be --1864Johnson Poems 1955J944+
I like a look of agony1862Franklin Variorum 1998F339A+
I like a look of Agony,1861Johnson Poems 1955J241+
I like to see it lap the miles1862Franklin Variorum 1998F383A+
I like to see it lap the Miles --1862Johnson Poems 1955J585+
I lived on dread1862Franklin Variorum 1998F498A+
I lived on Dread --1863Johnson Poems 1955J770+
I lived on dread; to those who knowPoems 1891P91-150+
I live with him - I see his face1863Franklin Variorum 1998F698A+
I live with Him -- I see His face --1862Johnson Poems 1955J463+
I'll clutch -- and clutch --1862Johnson Poems 1955J427+
I'll clutch and clutch1862Franklin Variorum 1998F385A+
I'll send the feather from my hat!1861Samuel BowlesFranklin Variorum 1998F196A+
I'll send the feather from my Hat!1861Samual Bowler and Mary BowlesJohnson Poems 1955J687+
I'll tell you how the sun rose1861Franklin Variorum 1998F204A+
I'll tell you how the sun rose1861T. W. HigginsonFranklin Variorum 1998F204B+
I'll tell you how the Sun rose --1862T. W. HigginsonJohnson Poems 1955J318+
I lost a world the other day!1861Franklin Variorum 1998F209A+
I lost a World -- the other day!1860Johnson Poems 1955J181+
I made slow riches but my gain1865Franklin Variorum 1998F947A+
I made slow Riches but my Gain1864Johnson Poems 1955J843+
Image of light, adieu1882Franklin Variorum 1998F1586A+
Image of Light, Adieu --1882Johnson Poems 1955J1556+
I make his crescent fill or lack1864Franklin Variorum 1998F837A+
I make His Crescent fill or lack --1864Johnson Poems 1955J909+
I many times thought peace had come1863Franklin Variorum 1998F737A+
I many times thought peace had come,Poems 1891P91-47+
I many times thought Peace had come1863Johnson Poems 1955J739+
I'm ceded - I've stopped being their's1862Franklin Variorum 1998F353A+
I'm ceded -- I've stopped being Their's --1862Johnson Poems 1955J508+
I meant to find her when I came1864Franklin Variorum 1998F881A+
I meant to find her when I came;Poems 1896P96-137+
I meant to find Her when I came --1863Johnson Poems 1955J718+
I meant to have but modest needs1863Franklin Variorum 1998F711A+
I meant to have but modest needs --1862Johnson Poems 1955J476+
I measure every grief I meet1863Franklin Variorum 1998F550A+
I measure every Grief I meet1862Johnson Poems 1955J561+
I met a king this afternoon!1860Franklin Variorum 1998F183A+
I met a King this afternoon!1860Johnson Poems 1955J166+
Immortal is an ample wordPoems 1896P96-127+
Immortal is an ample word1871Franklin Variorum 1998F1223A+
Immortal is an ample word1871T. W. HigginsonFranklin Variorum 1998F1223B+
Immortal is an ample word1872T. W. HigginsonJohnson Poems 1955J1205+
IMMORTALITYPoems 1896P96-116+
Immured in heaven!1883Franklin Variorum 1998F1628A+
Immured in heaven!1883Susan DickinsonFranklin Variorum 1998F1628B+
Immured in Heaven!1884Susan DickinsonJohnson Poems 1955J1594+
I'm nobody! Who are you?Poems 1891P91-1+
I'm Nobody! Who are you?1861Johnson Poems 1955J288+
Impossibility like wine1865Franklin Variorum 1998F939A+
Impossibility, like Wine1864Johnson Poems 1955J838+
I'm saying every day1863Franklin Variorum 1998F575A+
I'm saying every day1862Johnson Poems 1955J373+
I'm sorry for the dead today1863Franklin Variorum 1998F582A+
I'm sorry for the Dead -- Today --1862Johnson Poems 1955J529+
I'm the little "Heart's Ease"!1860Franklin Variorum 1998F167A+
I'm the little "Heart's Ease"!1860Johnson Poems 1955J176+
I'm "wife" - I've finished that1861Franklin Variorum 1998F225A+
I'm "wife" -- I've finished that --1860Johnson Poems 1955J199+
IN A LIBRARYPoems 1890P90-10+
Inconceivably solemn!1862Franklin Variorum 1998F414A+
Inconceivably solemn!1862Johnson Poems 1955J582+
Incredible the lodging1877Franklin Variorum 1998F1452A+
INDIAN SUMMERPoems 1890P90-71+
In ebon box when years have flown1860Franklin Variorum 1998F180A+
In Ebon Box, when years have flown1860Johnson Poems 1955J169+
I never felt at home below1862Franklin Variorum 1998F437A+
I never felt at home below1862Franklin Variorum 1998F437B+
I never felt at Home -- Below --1862Johnson Poems 1955J413+
I never hear that one is dead1874Franklin Variorum 1998F1325A+
I never hear that one is dead1874Johnson Poems 1955J1323+
I never hear the word "escape"1859Susan DickinsonJohnson Poems 1955J77+
I never hear the word "Escape"1860Susan DickinsonFranklin Variorum 1998F144A+
I never hear the word "Escape"1860Franklin Variorum 1998F144B+
I never lost as much but twice1858Franklin Variorum 1998F39A+
I never lost as much but twice,Poems 1890P90-115+
I never lost as much but twice,1858Johnson Poems 1955J49+
I never saw a moor1864Franklin Variorum 1998F800A+
I never saw a moor,Poems 1890P90-92+
I never saw a Moor --1865Johnson Poems 1955J1052+
I never told the buried gold1858Susan DickinsonFranklin Variorum 1998F38A+
I never told the buried gold1858Franklin Variorum 1998F38B+
I never told the buried gold1858Susan DickinsonJohnson Poems 1955J11+
In falling timbers buried1862Franklin Variorum 1998F447A+
In falling Timbers buried --1862Johnson Poems 1955J614+
In lands I never saw - they say1859Franklin Variorum 1998F108A+
In lands I never saw -- they say1859Johnson Poems 1955J124+
In lands I never saw, they say,Poems 1891P91-69+
In many and reportless places1876Franklin Variorum 1998F1404A+
In many and reportless places1876Johnson Poems 1955J1382+
In other motes1884Helen Hunt JacksonFranklin Variorum 1998F1664A+
I noticed people disappeared1869Franklin Variorum 1998F1154A+
I noticed people disappeared,Poems 1891P91-143+
I noticed People disappeared1869Johnson Poems 1955J1149+
In rags mysterious as these1859Franklin Variorum 1998F102A+
In rags mysterious as these1859Johnson Poems 1955J117+
IN SHADOWPoems 1891P91-87+
In snow thou comestFranklin Variorum 1998F1714A+
In snow thou comestJohnson Poems 1955J1669+
IN THE GARDENPoems 1891P91-96+
In the name of the bee1858Franklin Variorum 1998F23A+
In this short Life1873Johnson Poems 1955J1287+
In this short life that only lasts an hour1873Franklin Variorum 1998F1292A+
In thy long paradise of light1868Franklin Variorum 1998F1145A+
In thy long Paradise of Light1869Johnson Poems 1955J1145+
IN VAINPoems 1890P90-38+
INVISIBLEPoems 1896P96-133+
In winter in my roomFranklin Variorum 1998F1742A+
In Winter in my RoomJohnson Poems 1955J1670+
I often passed the village1858Franklin Variorum 1998F41A+
I often passed the village1858Johnson Poems 1955J51+
I pay in satin cash1863Franklin Variorum 1998F526A+
I pay -- in Satin Cash --1862Johnson Poems 1955J402+
I play at riches to appease1864Franklin Variorum 1998F856A+
I play at Riches -- to appease1863Johnson Poems 1955J801+
I prayed, at first, a little girl1863Franklin Variorum 1998F546A+
I prayed, at first, a little Girl,1862Johnson Poems 1955J576+
I read my sentence -- steadily --1862Johnson Poems 1955J412+
I read my sentence steadily1862Franklin Variorum 1998F432A+
I read my sentence steadily,Poems 1891P91-131+
I reason, earth is short1862Susan DickinsonFranklin Variorum 1998F403A+
I reason, earth is short1862Franklin Variorum 1998F403B+
I reason, earth is short,Poems 1890P90-98+
I reason, Earth is short --1862Susan DickinsonJohnson Poems 1955J301+
I reckon -- when I count at all --1862Johnson Poems 1955J569+
I reckon when I count at all1863Franklin Variorum 1998F533A+
I robbed the woods1859Franklin Variorum 1998F57A+
I robbed the Woods1858Johnson Poems 1955J41+
I rose because he sank1862Franklin Variorum 1998F454A+
I rose -- because He sank --1862Johnson Poems 1955J616+
I saw no way - The heavens were stitched1863Franklin Variorum 1998F633A+
I saw no Way -- The Heavens were stitched --1862Johnson Poems 1955J378+
I saw that the flake was on it1873Franklin Variorum 1998F1304A+
I saw that the flake was on it1873Susan DickinsonFranklin Variorum 1998F1304B+
I saw that the Flake was on it1873Johnson Poems 1955J1267+
I saw the wind within her1880Franklin Variorum 1998F1531A+
I saw the wind within her [scrap [scrap [scrap [scrap1880Johnson Poems 1955J1502+
Is bliss then such abyss1862Franklin Variorum 1998F371A+
Is bliss, then, such abyssPoems 1896P96-52+
Is Bliss then, such Abyss,1862Johnson Poems 1955J340+
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+
I see thee better -- in the Dark --1862Johnson Poems 1955J611+
I see thee clearer for the graveFranklin Variorum 1998F1695A+
I see thee clearer for the GraveJohnson Poems 1955J1666+
I send two sunsets1863Susan DickinsonFranklin Variorum 1998F557A+
I send two sunsets1863Franklin Variorum 1998F557B+
I send Two Sunsets --Susan DickinsonJohnson Poems 1955J308+
I send you a decrepit flower1874Franklin Variorum 1998F1346A+
I send you a decrepit flower1874Johnson Poems 1955J1324+
I shall keep singing!1861Franklin Variorum 1998F270A+
I shall keep singing!1861Johnson Poems 1955J250+
I shall know why when time is over1861Franklin Variorum 1998F215A+
I shall know why, when time is over,Poems 1890P90-114+
I shall know why -- when Time is over --1860Johnson Poems 1955J193+
I shall not murmur if at last1877[Catherine Scott Turner Anthon]Franklin Variorum 1998F1429A+
I shall not murmur if at last1877Johnson Poems 1955J1410+
Is heaven a physician?1872Franklin Variorum 1998F1260A+
Is Heaven a physician?Poems 1891P91-21+
Is Heaven a Physician?1873Johnson Poems 1955J1270+
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+
I should have been too glad, I see --1862Susan DickinsonJohnson Poems 1955J313+
I should not dare to be so sad1871Franklin Variorum 1998F1233A+
I should not dare to be so sad1871Johnson Poems 1955J1197+
I should not dare to leave my friend1861Franklin Variorum 1998F234A+
I should not dare to leave my friend,1860Johnson Poems 1955J205+
I showed her hights she never saw1862Susan DickinsonFranklin Variorum 1998F346A+
I showed her Hights she never saw --1862Johnson Poems 1955J446+
Is immortality a baneFranklin Variorum 1998F1757A+
Is Immortality a baneJohnson Poems 1955J1728+
I sing to use the waiting1865Franklin Variorum 1998F955A+
I sing to use the Waiting1864Johnson Poems 1955J850+
Is it too late to touch you, dear?1885Mary Warner CrowellFranklin Variorum 1998F1674A+
Is it too late to touch you, Dear?1885Mary Warner CrowellJohnson Poems 1955J1637+
Is it true, dear Sue?1861Susan DickinsonFranklin Variorum 1998F189A+
Is it true, dear Sue?1861Susan DickinsonJohnson Poems 1955J218+
I sometimes drop it for a quick1863Franklin Variorum 1998F784A+
I sometimes drop it, for a Quick --1863Johnson Poems 1955J708+
I started early - took my dog1863Franklin Variorum 1998F656A+
I started Early -- Took my Dog --1862Johnson Poems 1955J520+
I stepped from plank to plank1865Franklin Variorum 1998F926A+
I stepped from Plank to Plank1864Johnson Poems 1955J875+
I stole them from a bee1861Samuel BowlesFranklin Variorum 1998F226A+
I stole them from a bee1861Franklin Variorum 1998F226B+
I stole them from a Bee --1860Samual Bowler and Mary BowlesJohnson Poems 1955J200+
I sued the news yet feared the news1876T. W. HigginsonFranklin Variorum 1998F1391A+
I sued the News -- yet feared -- the News1876T. W. HigginsonJohnson Poems 1955J1360+
I suppose the time will come1876Franklin Variorum 1998F1389A+
I suppose the time will come1876Johnson Poems 1955J1381+
It always felt to me -- a wrong1862Johnson Poems 1955J597+
It always felt to me a wrong1863Franklin Variorum 1998F521A+
I taste a liquor never brewed1861[Susan Dickinson]Franklin Variorum 1998F207A+
I taste a liquor never brewed1861Franklin Variorum 1998F207B+
I taste a liquor never brewed --1860Johnson Poems 1955J214+
I taste a liquor never brewed,Poems 1890P90-20+
It bloomed and dropt a single noon1864Franklin Variorum 1998F843A+
It bloomed and dropt, a Single Noon --1864Johnson Poems 1955J978+
It came at last but prompter death1871Franklin Variorum 1998F1221A+
It came at last but prompter Death1872Johnson Poems 1955J1230+
It came his turn to beg1880Franklin Variorum 1998F1519A+
It came his turn to beg --1880Johnson Poems 1955J1500+
It cant be "summer"!1861Catherine Scott Turner AnthonFranklin Variorum 1998F265A+
It cant be "summer"!1861Franklin Variorum 1998F265B+
It cant be "Summer"!1861Catherine Scott Turner AnthonJohnson Poems 1955J221+
It can't be summer, that got through;Poems 1891P91-119+
It ceased to hurt me, though so slow1862Franklin Variorum 1998F421A+
It ceased to hurt me, though so slow1862Johnson Poems 1955J584+
It did not surprise me1859Franklin Variorum 1998F50A+
It did not surprise me --1858Johnson Poems 1955J39+
It dont sound so terrible -- quite -- as it did --1862Johnson Poems 1955J426+
It dont sound so terrible quite as it did1862Franklin Variorum 1998F384A+
It dropped so low in my regard1863Franklin Variorum 1998F785A+
It dropped so low -- in my Regard --1863Johnson Poems 1955J747+
I tend my flowers for thee1862Franklin Variorum 1998F367A+
I tend my flowers for thee --1862Johnson Poems 1955J339+
It feels a shame to be alive1863Franklin Variorum 1998F524A+
It feels a shame to be Alive --1862Johnson Poems 1955J444+
I think I was enchanted1863Franklin Variorum 1998F627A+
I think I was enchanted1862Johnson Poems 1955J593+
I think just how my shape will risePoems 1891P91-164+
I think just how my shape will rise1861Franklin Variorum 1998F252A+
I think just how my shape will rise --1861Johnson Poems 1955J237+
I think that the root of the wind is water1873Franklin Variorum 1998F1295A+
I think that the Root of the Wind is Water --1874Johnson Poems 1955J1302+
I think the hemlock likes to stand1862Franklin Variorum 1998F400A+
I think the Hemlock likes to stand1862Johnson Poems 1955J525+
I think the longest hour of all1863Franklin Variorum 1998F607A+
I think the longest Hour of all1862Johnson Poems 1955J635+
I think to live may be a bliss1863Franklin Variorum 1998F757A+
I think To Live -- may be a Bliss1862Johnson Poems 1955J646+
I thought that nature was enough1872Franklin Variorum 1998F1269A+
I thought that nature was enough1873Johnson Poems 1955J1286+
I thought the train would never come1878Franklin Variorum 1998F1473A+
I thought the Train would never come --1878Johnson Poems 1955J1449+
I tie my hat - I crease my shawl1863Franklin Variorum 1998F522A+
I tie my Hat -- I crease my Shawl --1862Johnson Poems 1955J443+
It is a lonesome glee1864Franklin Variorum 1998F873A+
It is a lonesome Glee --1863Johnson Poems 1955J774+
It is an honorable thought1865Franklin Variorum 1998F1115A+
It is an honorable Thought1864Johnson Poems 1955J946+
It is dead - find it1862Franklin Variorum 1998F434A+
It is dead -- Find it --1862Johnson Poems 1955J417+
It is easy to work when the soul is at play1861Franklin Variorum 1998F242A+
It is easy to work when the soul is at play --1861Johnson Poems 1955J244+
It is not dying hurts us so1863Louise and Frances NorcrossFranklin Variorum 1998F528A+
It is the meek that valor wear1872Elizabeth HollandFranklin Variorum 1998F1252A+
It knew no lapse nor diminution1863Franklin Variorum 1998F568A+
It knew no lapse nor diminution1863T. W. HigginsonFranklin Variorum 1998F568B+
It knew no lapse, nor Diminution --1862Johnson Poems 1955J560+
It knew no medicine1863Franklin Variorum 1998F567A+
It knew no Medicine1862Johnson Poems 1955J559+
It makes no difference abroad1863Franklin Variorum 1998F686A+
It makes no difference abroad --1862Johnson Poems 1955J620+
It might be lonelier1863Franklin Variorum 1998F535A+
It might be lonelier1862Johnson Poems 1955J405+
I took my power in my hand1863Franklin Variorum 1998F660A+
I took my Power in my Hand --1862Johnson Poems 1955J540+
I took one draught of life1862Franklin Variorum 1998F396A+
I took one Draught of Life --Johnson Poems 1955J1725+
I tried to think a lonelier thing1863Franklin Variorum 1998F570A+
I tried to think a lonelier Thing1862Johnson Poems 1955J532+
It rises - passes - on our south1865Franklin Variorum 1998F1034A+
It rises -- passes -- on our South1865Johnson Poems 1955J1023+
It's all I have to bring today1858Franklin Variorum 1998F17A+
It's all I have to bring today --1858Johnson Poems 1955J26+
It's coming - the postponeless creature1863Franklin Variorum 1998F556A+
It's Coming -- the postponeless Creature --1862Johnson Poems 1955J390+
It's easy to invent a life1863Franklin Variorum 1998F747A+
It's easy to invent a Life --1863Johnson Poems 1955J724+
It's hour with itself1871Franklin Variorum 1998F1211A+
It's Hour with itself1872Johnson Poems 1955J1225+
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+
It sifts from Leaden Sieves --1862Thomas NilesJohnson Poems 1955J311+
It's like the light1862Franklin Variorum 1998F302A+
It's like the Light --1861Johnson Poems 1955J297+
It's little ether hood1879Franklin Variorum 1998F1490A+
It's little Ether Hood1880Johnson Poems 1955J1501+
It sounded as if the air were running1877Franklin Variorum 1998F1454A+
It sounded as if the air were running1877T. W. HigginsonFranklin Variorum 1998F1454C+
It sounded as if the air were running1877Franklin Variorum 1998F1454D+
It sounded as if the streets were running1877Franklin Variorum 1998F1454B+
It sounded as if the Streets were running1877T. W. HigginsonJohnson Poems 1955J1397+
It's such a little thing to weep1861Franklin Variorum 1998F220A+
It's such a little thing to weep --1860Johnson Poems 1955J189+
It's thoughts and just one heart1862Louise and Frances NorcrossFranklin Variorum 1998F362A+
It's thoughts and just one heart1862Franklin Variorum 1998F362B+
It's thoughts -- and just One Heart --1862Johnson Poems 1955J495+
It stole along so stealthy1879Susan DickinsonFranklin Variorum 1998F1497A+
It stole along so stealthy1879Susan DickinsonJohnson Poems 1955J1457+
It struck me every day1863Franklin Variorum 1998F636A+
It struck me -- every Day --1862Johnson Poems 1955J362+
It tossed -- and tossed --1863Johnson Poems 1955J723+
It tossed and tossed1863Franklin Variorum 1998F746A+
It troubled me as once I was1863Franklin Variorum 1998F516A+
It troubled me as once I was --1862Johnson Poems 1955J600+
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+
It was a Grave, yet bore no Stone1864Johnson Poems 1955J876+
It was a quiet seeming day1877Franklin Variorum 1998F1442A+
It was a quiet seeming Day --1877Johnson Poems 1955J1419+
It was a quiet way1863Franklin Variorum 1998F573A+
It was a quiet way1863Franklin Variorum 1998F573B+
It was a quiet way --1865Johnson Poems 1955J1053+
It was given to me by the gods1862Franklin Variorum 1998F455A+
It was given to me by the Gods --1862Johnson Poems 1955J454+
It was not death, for I stood up1862Franklin Variorum 1998F355A+
It was not death, for I stood up,Poems 1891P91-159+
It was not Death, for I stood up,1862Johnson Poems 1955J510+
It was not saint - it was too large1865Franklin Variorum 1998F1052A+
It was not Saint -- it was too large --1866Johnson Poems 1955J1092+
It was too late for man1863Franklin Variorum 1998F689A+
It was too late for man,Poems 1890P90-107+
It was too late for Man --1862Johnson Poems 1955J623+
It will be summer eventually1862Samuel BowlesFranklin Variorum 1998F374A+
It will be summer eventually1862Franklin Variorum 1998F374B+
It will be Summer -- eventually.1862Johnson Poems 1955J342+
It will not harm her magic pace1870Helen Hunt JacksonFranklin Variorum 1998F1183B+
It would have starved a gnat1862Franklin Variorum 1998F444A+
It would have starved a Gnat --1862Johnson Poems 1955J612+
It would never be common more - I said1862Franklin Variorum 1998F388A+
It would never be Common -- more -- I said --1862Johnson Poems 1955J430+
It would not know if it were spurned1883[Martha Dickinson]Franklin Variorum 1998F1615A+
It would not know if it were spurned,1882Edward (Ned) DickinsonJohnson Poems 1955J1579+
I've dropped my brain - My soul is numb1865Franklin Variorum 1998F1088A+
I've dropped my Brain -- My Soul is numb --1865Johnson Poems 1955J1046+
I've got an arrow here1859Franklin Variorum 1998F56A+
I've got an arrow here;Poems 1896P96-66+
I've got an arrow here.Johnson Poems 1955J1729+
I've heard an organ talk sometimes1861Franklin Variorum 1998F211A+
I've heard an Organ talk, sometimes --1860Johnson Poems 1955J183+
I've known a heaven like a tent1861Franklin Variorum 1998F257A+
I've known a Heaven, like a Tent --1861Johnson Poems 1955J243+
I've none to tell me to but thee1865Franklin Variorum 1998F929A+
I've none to tell me to but Thee1864Johnson Poems 1955J881+
I've nothing else to bring, you know1861Samuel BowlesFranklin Variorum 1998F253A+
I've nothing else to bring, you know1861Franklin Variorum 1998F253B+
I've nothing else -- to bring, You know --1861Samual Bowler and Mary BowlesJohnson Poems 1955J224+
I've seen a dying eyePoems 1890P90-90+
I've seen a dying eye1863Franklin Variorum 1998F648A+
I've seen a Dying Eye1862Johnson Poems 1955J547+
I was a phebe - nothing more1865Franklin Variorum 1998F1009A+
I was a Phebe -- nothing more --1865Johnson Poems 1955J1009+
I was the slightest in the house1862Franklin Variorum 1998F473A+
I was the slightest in the House --1862Johnson Poems 1955J486+
I watched her face to see which wayFranklin Variorum 1998F1710A+
I watched her face to see which wayJohnson Poems 1955J1667+
I watched the moon around the house1863Louise and Frances NorcrossFranklin Variorum 1998F593A+
I watched the moon around the house1863Franklin Variorum 1998F593B+
I watched the Moon around the House1862Johnson Poems 1955J629+
I went to heaven1863Louise and Frances NorcrossFranklin Variorum 1998F577A+
I went to heaven1863Franklin Variorum 1998F577B+
I went to heaven,Poems 1891P91-138+
I went to Heaven --1862Johnson Poems 1955J374+
I went to thank her1863Franklin Variorum 1998F637A+
I went to thank her,Poems 1890P90-89+
I went to thank Her --1862Johnson Poems 1955J363+
I wish I knew that woman's name,Poems 1896P96-134+
I wonder if the sepulchrePoems 1896P96-148+
I worked for chaff and earning wheat1871Franklin Variorum 1998F1217A+
I worked for chaff, and earning wheatPoems 1896P96-38+
I worked for chaff and earning Wheat1873Johnson Poems 1955J1269+
I would distil a cup,Samual Bowler and Mary BowlesJohnson Poems 1955J16+
I would not paint -- a picture --1862Johnson Poems 1955J505+
I would not paint a picture1862Franklin Variorum 1998F348A+
I years had been from home1862Franklin Variorum 1998F440A+
I years had been from home1862Franklin Variorum 1998F440B+
I Years had been from Home1872Johnson Poems 1955J609+