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Spring is the period1865Leslie948A+
Surprise is like a thrilling pungent1874Poems on Old AddressesPOA1324A+
Safe despair it is that raves1871Susan DickinsonFranklin Variorum 1998F1196A+
Safe despair it is that raves1871Franklin Variorum 1998F1196B+
Safe Despair it is that raves --1873Susan DickinsonJohnson Poems 1955J1243+
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+
Safe in their alabaster chambers,Poems 1890P90-79+
Safe in their Alabaster Chambers --1859T. W. HigginsonJohnson Poems 1955J216+
Said death to passion1865Franklin Variorum 1998F988A+
Said Death to Passion1865Johnson Poems 1955J1033+
Sang from the heart, sire1865Franklin Variorum 1998F1083A+
Sang from the Heart, Sire,1865Johnson Poems 1955J1059+
Satisfaction is the agent1865Franklin Variorum 1998F984A+
Satisfaction -- is the Agent1865Johnson Poems 1955J1036+
SATISFIEDPoems 1896P96-59+
SATURDAY AFTERNOONPoems 1896P96-20+
SAVEDPoems 1891P91-163+
Savior! I've no one else to tell1862Susan DickinsonFranklin Variorum 1998F295A+
Savior! I've no one else to tell --1861Susan DickinsonJohnson Poems 1955J217+
SECRETSPoems 1891P91-89+
September's baccalaureate1873Franklin Variorum 1998F1313A+
September's Baccalaureate1873Johnson Poems 1955J1271+
SETTING SAILPoems 1890P90-82+
Severer service of myself1864Franklin Variorum 1998F887A+
Severer Service of myself1863Johnson Poems 1955J786+
Sexton! My master's sleeping here1859Franklin Variorum 1998F75A+
Sexton! My Master's sleeping here.1859Johnson Poems 1955J96+
Shall I take thee, the poet said1872Franklin Variorum 1998F1243A+
Shall I take thee, the Poet said1868Johnson Poems 1955J1126+
Shame is the shawl of pink1877Franklin Variorum 1998F1437A+
Shame is the shawl of Pink1877Johnson Poems 1955J1412+
She bore it till the simple veins1859Franklin Variorum 1998F81A+
She bore it till the simple veins1859Johnson Poems 1955J144+
She could not live upon the past1880Franklin Variorum 1998F1535A+
She could not live upon the Past1880Johnson Poems 1955J1505+
She dealt her pretty words like blades1862Franklin Variorum 1998F458A+
She dealt her pretty words like Blades --1862Johnson Poems 1955J479+
She died at play1860Susan DickinsonFranklin Variorum 1998F141A+
She died at play1860Franklin Variorum 1998F141B+
She died at play,1859Susan DickinsonJohnson Poems 1955J75+
She died - this was the way she died1860Franklin Variorum 1998F154A+
She died -- this was the way she died.1859Johnson Poems 1955J150+
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+
She dwelleth in the Ground --1863Susan DickinsonJohnson Poems 1955J671+
She hideth her the last1863Franklin Variorum 1998F564A+
She hideth Her the last --1862Johnson Poems 1955J557+
She laid her docile crescent down1877Franklin Variorum 1998F1453A+
She laid her docile crescent down1877T. W. HigginsonFranklin Variorum 1998F1453C+
She laid her docile crescent down1877Franklin Variorum 1998F1453D+
She laid her docile Crescent down1877T. W. HigginsonJohnson Poems 1955J1396+
She lay as if at play1862Franklin Variorum 1998F412A+
She lay as if at play1862Johnson Poems 1955J369+
Shells from the coast mistaking1863Franklin Variorum 1998F716A+
Shells from the Coast mistaking --1863Johnson Poems 1955J693+
She rose as high as his occasion1865Franklin Variorum 1998F1019A+
She rose as high as His Occasion1865Johnson Poems 1955J1011+
She rose to his requirement - dropt1864Franklin Variorum 1998F857A+
She rose to His Requirement -- dropt1863Johnson Poems 1955J732+
She's happy with a new content1863Franklin Variorum 1998F587A+
She's happy, with a new Content --1862Johnson Poems 1955J535+
She sights a bird - she chuckles1862Franklin Variorum 1998F351A+
She sights a Bird -- she chuckles --1862Johnson Poems 1955J507+
She slept beneath a tree1858Franklin Variorum 1998F15A+
She slept beneath a tree --1858Johnson Poems 1955J25+
She sped as petals from a rose1865Franklin Variorum 1998F897A+
She sped as petals from a rose1865Susan DickinsonFranklin Variorum 1998F897C+
She sped as petals of a rose1865Franklin Variorum 1998F897B+
She sped as Petals of a Rose1865Susan DickinsonJohnson Poems 1955J991+
She staked her feathers - gained an arc1864Franklin Variorum 1998F853A+
She staked her Feathers -- Gained an Arc --1863Johnson Poems 1955J798+
She sweeps with many-colored brooms1862Franklin Variorum 1998F318A+
She sweeps with many-colored brooms1862Susan DickinsonFranklin Variorum 1998F318B+
She sweeps with many-colored brooms,Poems 1891P91-113+
She sweeps with many -- colored Brooms --1861Susan DickinsonJohnson Poems 1955J219+
She went as quiet as the dewPoems 1890P90-103+
She went as quiet as the dew1860Franklin Variorum 1998F159A+
She went as quiet as the Dew1859Johnson Poems 1955J149+
SHIPWRECKPoems 1891P91-25+
Should you but fail at sea1862Samuel BowlesFranklin Variorum 1998F275A+
Show me eternity, and I will show you memory1884Susan DickinsonFranklin Variorum 1998F1658A+
Sic transit gloria mundi1852Franklin Variorum 1998F2A+
Sic transit gloria mundi1852William HowlandFranklin Variorum 1998F2B+
SIGHTPoems 1891P91-36+
Silence is all we dread1873Franklin Variorum 1998F1300A+
Silence is all we dread1873Susan DickinsonFranklin Variorum 1998F1300B+
Silence is all we dread.1873Susan DickinsonJohnson Poems 1955J1251+
SIMPLICITYPoems 1891P91-106+
Sister of Ophir - Ah Peru1878Susan DickinsonFranklin Variorum 1998F1462B+
Size circumscribes - it has no room1863Franklin Variorum 1998F707A+
Size circumscribes -- it has no room1862Johnson Poems 1955J641+
SLEEPINGPoems 1896P96-163+
Sleep is supposed to be1858Susan DickinsonFranklin Variorum 1998F35A+
Sleep is supposed to be1858Franklin Variorum 1998F35B+
Sleep is supposed to be1858Susan DickinsonJohnson Poems 1955J13+
Sleep is supposed to be,Poems 1890P90-113+
Smiling back from coronation1863Franklin Variorum 1998F651A+
Smiling back from Coronation1862Johnson Poems 1955J385+
Snow beneath whose chilly softness1865Franklin Variorum 1998F921A+
Snow beneath whose chilly softness1864Johnson Poems 1955J942+
Snow flakes.1858Johnson Poems 1955J36+
So bashful when I spied her,Poems 1890P90-63+
So bashful when I spied her!1859Franklin Variorum 1998F70A+
So bashful when I spied her!1859Johnson Poems 1955J91+
Society for me my misery1871Franklin Variorum 1998F1195A+
Society for me my misery1881Johnson Poems 1955J1534+
So fain she was to die1873Franklin Variorum 1998F1278B+
So from the mould1859Susan DickinsonFranklin Variorum 1998F110A+
So from the mould1859Franklin Variorum 1998F110B+
So from the mould1859Susan DickinsonJohnson Poems 1955J66+
Soft as the massacre of suns1868Franklin Variorum 1998F1146A+
Soft as the massacre of Suns1868Johnson Poems 1955J1127+
Softened by time's consummate plushFranklin Variorum 1998F1772A+
Softened by Time's consummate plush,Johnson Poems 1955J1738+
So gay a flower1879Susan DickinsonFranklin Variorum 1998F1496A+
So gay a Flower1879Susan DickinsonJohnson Poems 1955J1456+
So give me back to death1884Franklin Variorum 1998F1653A+
So give me back to Death --1884Johnson Poems 1955J1632+
So glad we are a stranger'd deem1863Samuel BowlesFranklin Variorum 1998F608A+
So glad we are a stranger'd deem1863Franklin Variorum 1998F608B+
So glad we are -- a Stranger'd deem1862Samual Bowler and Mary BowlesJohnson Poems 1955J329+
So has a daisy vanished1858Franklin Variorum 1998F19A+
So has a Daisy vanished1858Johnson Poems 1955J28+
Soil of Flint, if steady tilled --1863Susan DickinsonJohnson Poems 1955J681+
So I pull my stockings off1872Franklin Variorum 1998F1271A+
So I pull my Stockings off1871Johnson Poems 1955J1201+
So large my will1865Franklin Variorum 1998F1035A+
So large my Will1865Johnson Poems 1955J1024+
Some arrows slay but whom they strike1884Franklin Variorum 1998F1666B+
Some Arrows slay but whom they strike --1883Susan DickinsonJohnson Poems 1955J1565+
Some days retired from the rest1870Susan DickinsonFranklin Variorum 1998F1169A+
Some days retired from the rest1870Franklin Variorum 1998F1169B+
Some Days retired from the rest1870Susan DickinsonJohnson Poems 1955J1157+
Somehow myself survived the night1871Franklin Variorum 1998F1209A+
Somehow myself survived the Night1871Johnson Poems 1955J1194+
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+
Some keep the Sabbath going to Church --1862T. W. HigginsonJohnson Poems 1955J324+
Some one prepared this mighty show1885Franklin Variorum 1998F1678A+
Some one prepared this mighty show1885Johnson Poems 1955J1644+
Some rainbow coming from the fair!1860Susan DickinsonFranklin Variorum 1998F162A+
Some rainbow coming from the fair!1860Franklin Variorum 1998F162B+
Some Rainbow -- coming from the Fair!1859Susan DickinsonJohnson Poems 1955J64+
Some say good night at night1863Franklin Variorum 1998F586A+
Some say goodnight -- at night --Johnson Poems 1955J1739+
Some such butterfly be seen1863Franklin Variorum 1998F661A+
Some such Butterfly be seen1862Johnson Poems 1955J541+
Some things that fly there be1859Franklin Variorum 1998F68A+
Some things that fly there be --1859Johnson Poems 1955J89+
Sometimes with the heartFranklin Variorum 1998F1727A+
Sometimes with the HeartJohnson Poems 1955J1680+
Some too fragile for winter winds1859Franklin Variorum 1998F91A+
Some, too fragile for winter winds1859Johnson Poems 1955J141+
Some, too fragile for winter winds,Poems 1891P91-135+
Some we see no more, tenements of wonder1871Franklin Variorum 1998F1210A+
Some we see no more, Tenements of Wonder1872Johnson Poems 1955J1221+
Somewhat to hope for1865Franklin Variorum 1998F998A+
Somewhat, to hope for,1865Johnson Poems 1955J1041+
Somewhere opon the general earth1871Franklin Variorum 1998F1226A+
Somewhere upon the general Earth1872Johnson Poems 1955J1231+
Some work for immortality1863Franklin Variorum 1998F536A+
Some -- Work for Immortality --1862Johnson Poems 1955J406+
Some wretched creature, savior take1867Franklin Variorum 1998F1132A+
Some Wretched creature, savior take1867Johnson Poems 1955J1111+
So much of heaven has gone from earth1871Franklin Variorum 1998F1240A+
So much of Heaven has gone from Earth1872Johnson Poems 1955J1228+
So much summer1863Franklin Variorum 1998F761A+
So much Summer1862Johnson Poems 1955J651+
SONGPoems 1896P96-61+
So pleased she was to die1873Franklin Variorum 1998F1278A+
So proud she was to diePoems 1896P96-141+
So proud she was to die1873Franklin Variorum 1998F1278C+
So proud she was to die1873Johnson Poems 1955J1272+
So set it's sun in thee1865Susan DickinsonFranklin Variorum 1998F940A+
So set it's sun in thee1865Franklin Variorum 1998F940B+
So set it's Sun in Thee1864Susan DickinsonJohnson Poems 1955J808+
So the eyes accost and sunder1863Franklin Variorum 1998F792A+
So the Eyes accost -- and sunder1863Johnson Poems 1955J752+
Soto! Explore thyself!1864Austin DickinsonFranklin Variorum 1998F814A+
Soto! Explore thyself!1864Franklin Variorum 1998F814B+
Soto! Explore thyself!1864Franklin Variorum 1998F814C+
Soto! Explore thyself!1864Austin DickinsonJohnson Poems 1955J832+
Soul, take thy risk1867Franklin Variorum 1998F1136A+
Soul, take thy risk,1869Johnson Poems 1955J1151+
Soul, wilt thou toss again?1859Franklin Variorum 1998F89A+
Soul, Wilt thou toss again?1859Johnson Poems 1955J139+
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+
South Winds jostle them --1859Thomas Dwight GilbertJohnson Poems 1955J86+
So well that I can live without1863Franklin Variorum 1998F682A+
So well that I can live without --1862Johnson Poems 1955J456+
Speech is a prank of parliament1861Samuel BowlesFranklin Variorum 1998F193A+
Speech is a prank of parliament1861Louise and Frances NorcrossFranklin Variorum 1998F193B+
Speech is one symptom of affectionFranklin Variorum 1998F1694A+
Speech is one symptom of AffectionJohnson Poems 1955J1681+
Split the lark and you'll find the music1865Franklin Variorum 1998F905A+
Split the Lark -- and you'll find the Music --1864Johnson Poems 1955J861+
Spring comes on the world1865Franklin Variorum 1998F999A+
Spring comes on the World --1865Johnson Poems 1955J1042+
Spring is the period1865Franklin Variorum 1998F948A+
Spring is the Period1864Johnson Poems 1955J844+
Spurn the temerity1879Franklin Variorum 1998F1485A+
Spurn the temerity --1878Helen Hunt JacksonJohnson Poems 1955J1432+
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+
Step lightly on this narrow spot --1871Susan DickinsonJohnson Poems 1955J1183+
Still own thee - still thou art1884Franklin Variorum 1998F1654A+
Still own thee -- still thou art1884Johnson Poems 1955J1633+
STORMPoems 1891P91-107+
Strong draughts of their refreshing minds1863Franklin Variorum 1998F770A+
Strong Draughts of Their Refreshing Minds1863Johnson Poems 1955J711+
Struck was I nor yet by lightning1864Franklin Variorum 1998F841A+
Struck, was I, nor yet by Lightning --1864Johnson Poems 1955J925+
SUCCESSPoems 1890P90-1+
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+
Success is counted sweetest1859T. W. HigginsonJohnson Poems 1955J67+
Such are the inlets of the mind1877Franklin Variorum 1998F1431A+
Such are the inlets of the mind --1877Johnson Poems 1955J1421+
Such is the force of happiness1864Franklin Variorum 1998F889A+
Such is the Force of Happiness --1863Johnson Poems 1955J787+
Summer begins to have a lookLouise and Frances NorcrossFranklin Variorum 1998F1693B+
Summer begins to have the lookFranklin Variorum 1998F1693A+
Summer begins to have the lookJohnson Poems 1955J1682+
Summer for thee, grant I may be1858Franklin Variorum 1998F7A+
Summer for thee, grant I may be1858Johnson Poems 1955J31+
Summer has two beginnings1877Franklin Variorum 1998F1457A+
Summer has two Beginnings --1877Johnson Poems 1955J1422+
Summer is shorter than any one1879Franklin Variorum 1998F1483A+
Summer is shorter than any one --1880Johnson Poems 1955J1506+
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+
Summer laid her simple Hat1876T. W. HigginsonJohnson Poems 1955J1363+
SUMMER'S ARMIESPoems 1890P90-52+
SUMMER SHOWERPoems 1890P90-55+
SUMMER'S OBSEQUIESPoems 1891P91-120+
Summer we all have seen1876Franklin Variorum 1998F1413A+
SUNSETPoems 1896P96-103+
SUNSETPoems 1891P91-112+
Sunset at night is natural1862Franklin Variorum 1998F427A+
Sunset at Night -- is natural --1862Johnson Poems 1955J415+
Sunset that screens reveals1884Franklin Variorum 1998F1644A+
Sunset that screens reveals1884Mabel ToddFranklin Variorum 1998F1644B+
Sunset that screens, reveals --1884Mabel ToddJohnson Poems 1955J1609+
Superfluous were the sunPoems 1896P96-140+
Superfluous were the sun1865Franklin Variorum 1998F1013A+
Superfluous were the Sun1865Johnson Poems 1955J999+
Superiority to fate1865Franklin Variorum 1998F1043A+
Superiority to Fate1866Johnson Poems 1955J1081+
SUPERIORITY TO FATEPoems 1896P96-2+
Surgeons must be very carefulPoems 1891P91-16+
Surgeons must be very careful1860Franklin Variorum 1998F156A+
Surgeons must be very careful1859Johnson Poems 1955J108+
Surprise is like a thrilling -- pungent --1874Johnson Poems 1955J1306+
Surprise is like a thrilling pungent1874Franklin Variorum 1998F1324A+
SURRENDERPoems 1890P90-31+
SUSPENSEPoems 1890P90-30+
Suspense is hostiler than death1863Franklin Variorum 1998F775A+
Suspense -- is Hostiler than Death --1863Johnson Poems 1955J705+
Sweet hours have perished hereFranklin Variorum 1998F1785A+
Sweet hours have perished here;Poems 1896P96-131+
Sweet hours have perished here;Johnson Poems 1955J1767+
Sweet is the swamp with it's secretsFranklin Variorum 1998F1780A+
Sweet is the swamp with its secrets,Johnson Poems 1955J1740+
Sweet mountains - ye tell me no lie1863Franklin Variorum 1998F745A+
Sweet Mountains -- Ye tell Me no lie --1863Johnson Poems 1955J722+
Sweet pirate of the heart1882Sarah TuckermanFranklin Variorum 1998F1568A+
Sweet Pirate of the heart,1882Sarah TuckermanJohnson Poems 1955J1546+
Sweet - safe - houses1863Franklin Variorum 1998F684A+
Sweet -- safe -- Houses --1862Johnson Poems 1955J457+
Sweet skepticism of the heart1877Franklin Variorum 1998F1438A+
Sweet Skepticism of the Heart ---1877Johnson Poems 1955J1413+
Sweet to have had them lost1864Franklin Variorum 1998F809A+
Sweet, to have had them lost1864Johnson Poems 1955J901+
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+
Sweet -- You forgot -- but I remembered1862Samual Bowler and Mary BowlesJohnson Poems 1955J523+