The Ages deg.
The Yellow Violet
Inscription for the Entrance to a Wood
Song.—“Soon as the glazed and gleaming snow”
To a Waterfowl
A Winter Piece
The West Wind
The Burial-place. deg. A Fragment
Blessed are they that Mourn
No Man knoweth his Sepulchre
A Walk at Sunset
Hymn to Death
The Massacre at Scio deg.
The Indian Girl’s Lament deg.
Ode for an Agricultural Celebration
The Old Man’s Funeral
An Indian Story
An Indian at the Burial-place of his Fathers
Song—“Dost thou idly ask to hear”
Hymn of the Waldenses
Monument Mountain deg.
After a Tempest
Song of the Greek Amazon
To a Cloud
The Murdered Traveller deg.
Hymn to the North Star
The Lapse of Time
Song of the Stars
A Forest Hymn
“Oh fairest of the rural maids”
“I broke the spell that held me long”
A Song of Pitcairn’s Island
“I cannot forget with what fervid devotion”
To a Musquito
Lines on Revisiting the Country
The Death of the Flowers
A Meditation on Rhode Island Coal
The New Moon
The Damsel of Peru
The African Chief deg.
Spring in Town
The Gladness of Nature
The Disinterred Warrior
The Greek Partisan
The Two Graves
The Conjunction of Jupiter and Venus deg.
A Summer Ramble
Scene on the Banks of the Hudson
The Hurricane deg.
Sonnet.—William Tell deg.
The Hunter’s Serenade deg.
The Greek Boy
“Upon the mountain’s distant head”
The Evening Wind
“When the firmament quivers with daylight’s young beam”
“Innocent child and snow-white flower”
To the River Arve
Sonnet.—To Cole, the Painter, departing for Europe
To the fringed Gentian
The Twenty-second of December
Hymn of the City
The Prairie deg.
Song of Marion’s Men deg.
The Arctic Lover
The Journey of Life
Version of a Fragment of Simonides
From the Spanish of Villegas
Mary Magdalen. deg. (From the Spanish of Bartolome Leonardo
The Life of the Blessed. (From the Spanish of Luis Ponce
Fatima and Raduan. deg. (From the Spanish)
Love and Folly. deg. (From la Fontaine)
The Siesta. (From the Spanish)
The Alcayde of Molina. deg. (From the Spanish)
The Death of Aliatar. deg. (From the Spanish)
Love in the Age of Chivalry. deg. (From Peyre Vidal, the
The Love of God. deg. (From the Provencal