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Water everywhere nor any drop to drink,
smooth runs the, where the brook is
the conscious, saw its God and blushed,
trod the, 672.
Water-drops, women's weapons, 346.
enrobe the roaring, with my silks, 632.
glad, of the dark blue sea, 626.
once more upon the, 631.
rising world of, 407.
the hell of, 720.
the roar of, 720.
the whelming, passed, 632.
unpathed, undreamed shores, 802.
vale in whose bosom the bright, meet,
wild went o'er his child, 339.
Wave, a winning, deserving note, 713.
glassy cool translucent, 869.
ocean, a life on the, 630.
o' the sea, I wish you a, 134-
still tells its bubbling tales, 720.
sweetest, of most living crystal, 720.
Waved her lily hand, 235-
Waves bound beneath me as a steed, 631.
mountain, her march is o'er the, 639.
with white crests dancing, 631.
Way, adorns and cheers the, 800.
dances such a, 211.
dim and perilous, 808.
God moves in a mysterious, 632.
he went at parting, 248.
heaven's wide pathless, 787.
life's common, 907.
long is the, out of hell to light, 395.
pretty Fanny's, call it only, 134
that I was going, marshal'st me the, 882.
to dusty death, lighted fools the, 792.
which, I fly is hell, 396.
which, shall I fly, 396.
winding, I see them on their, 491.
newest kind of, oldest sins the, 395.
of God to man, vindicate the, 807.
of God to men, justify the, 395.
of men, gay cities and the, 489.
she dwelt among the untrodden, 104.
that are dark and tricks that are vain,
Weak, delicately, fine by defect and, 723
Weal, make or mar the common, 603.
ignorance of, his best riches, 687.
of Ormus and of Ind, 722.
partake but never waste thy, 231.
rich from very want of, 559-
that sinews bought have earned, 594-
Wealthy curled darlings of our nation, 722.
still as snow-flakes fall, 604.
Weapons, women's, water-drops, 346.
him in my heart's core, 112.
worse for, a hat not much the, 961.
with thought, thought leapt out to, 113.
Wedlock oft compared to public feasts, 231.
Weed flung from the rock, 631.
palmer's, sad votarist in, 830.
Weeds of glorious feature, 489-
sable, no friends appear in, 312.
calm for those who, there is a, 794-
night is the time to, 416.
no more lady, 138.
no more nor sigh nor groan, 346.
smile while all around thee, 78.
to record, blush to give it in, 395
who would not, if Atticus were he, 910.
when all around thee smiled, 78.
ever smiles, 792.
peaceful evening in, 810.
shade, fairer spirit or more, 910.
to our house, you are very, 121.
when it comes say, friend, 193
last drop in the, 920.
loved not wisely but too, 724-
old oaken bucket which hung in the,
West-wind, baskin', purr contented, 493-
sheet and a flowing sea, 626.
What a fall was there my countrymen, 876.
constitutes a state, 599-
has been has been, 792.
has posterity done for me, 793-
is done is done, 792.
's hallowed ground, 788.
's mine is yours, yours is mine, 205.
is more miserable than discontent, 799.
's one man's poison, 815.
is what, he knew, 808.
is worth in anything, 803.
makes all doctrines plain and clear, 809.
to shun, 808.
Whatever is is right, 911, 489.
Where'er I roam, 248.
While stands the Coliseum- Rome, 682.
Whipping that 's virtue's governess. 108.
Whirlwind's roar, loud torrent and the, 603.
Whisper, busy, circling round, 688.
hark they, 365.
Whispered it to the woods, 209.
Whispering humbleness, 'bated breath and,
I will ne'er consent, consented, 205.
tongues can poison truth, 116.
with white lips the foe, 512.
Whispers of shades and wanton winds, 494.
Whist, the wild waves, 869.
Whistle and I'll come to you, 156.
to keep his courage up. 107.
White a moment, then melts forever, 848.
pure celestial, 592.
wench's black eye, 721.
White-handed Hope, 830.
Who breaks a butterfly upon a wheel, 909.
dares greatly does greatly, 671.
love too much hate in like extreme, 207
would not weep if Atticus were he, gro.
of life to live, not the, 311.
world kin, makes the, 811.
should the spirit of mortal be proud, 302.
Wide, a world too, for his shrunk shank, 711.
some undone, sits upon mine arm, 541.
is a widdy, what 's the world when his,
Wight, she was a, if ever such wight were,
Will, if she, do 't she will, 795.
puzzles the, 297.
serveth not another's, 736.
state's collected, sovereign law that, 599.
the unconquerable, 540.
to do the soul to dare, 670.
woman, or won't, depend on 't, 795.
us with honest trifles, 396.
Wind, as large a charter as the, 602.
betwixt the, and his nobility, 506.
blow thou winter, 316.
breathing of the common, 922.
but whispers of thy name, not a, 248.
hollow murmuring, 816.
idle, pass by me as the, 797-
ill, turns none to good, 802.
melted as breath into the, 968.
of the western sea, 81.
of vanity or malice, 808.
or weather, naught cared this body for,
sorrow's keenest, 398.
stands as never it stood, 802.
streaming to the, shone like a meteor,
that follows fast, 626.
that grand old harper, 493
way, I see them on their, 491.
blow, and crack your cheeks, 494.
of life is drawn, 346.
old, to drink, 118.
swallow down intoxicating, 558.
to the tremulous debauchee, 545.
walnuts and the, 814.
Wing, noiseless, to waft me from distraction,
Winged hours of bliss, 347-
the shaft, his own feather, 800.
Wings, claps her, at heaven's gate she, 495.
girt with golden, angel, 830.
of night, darkness falls from the, 490.
philosophy will clip an angel's, 808.
scandals fly on eagles, 811.
spreads his light, 215.
the soul and points her to the skies, 725.
whets and claps its silver, 719.
wide waving, on, 802.
Winkie, wee Willie, 81.
Winking Mary-buds, 474.
Winsome wee thing, she is a, 216.
Winter cloathed all in frize, 492.
in thy year, no, 472.
of our discontent, now is the, 541.
Winter's chill, one rent adınits the, 310.
Wisdom at one entrance quite shut out, 407.
pay his, for his joys, 800.
Wisdom, superior, is superior bliss, 798.
vain, all and false philosophy, 808.
Wise, arts in which the, excel, 806.
be, to-day 't is madness to defer, 748.
defer not till to-morrow to be, 793.
folly to be, where ignorance is bliss, 108.
saws and modern instances, 711.
Wisely loved not, but too well, 724.
Wiser, sadder and a, man, 860.
still daily to grow, 79, 8
Wisest brightest meanest of mankind, 938.
virtuousest discreetest best, 209.
fled from her, and said Now I may, 723.
sober, never learned to stray, 306.
in combat as gentle as bright, 940.
invites you by his looks to come, 803.
men of, and social eloquence, 940.
that can creep, 910.
there ye 'll find nae otherwhere, 348.
Wit's deep quintessence, 938.
Witch hath power to charm, nor, 397.
the world with noble horsemanship, 671.
this only is the, I have used, 145.
Within that awful volume lies, 397.
that, which passeth show, 295.
Witty to talk with, 134.
another's, teach me to feel, 370.
deepest notes of, 204.
heritage of, lord of himself that, 346.
new scenes of, 539.
one, doth tread upon another's heel, 345.
proper, careful pilot of my, 223.
rearward of a conquered, 271.
sabler tints of, 346.
signs of, Nature gave, 899.
tears of, the smiles of joy the, 399.
wildest, is love, 204.
Woes at midnight rise, 495-
rare are solitary, 345.
shall serve for sweet discourses, 241.
the starry Galileo in his, 938.
Wolf on the fold, came down like the, 501.
an excellent thing in, soft voice, 723.
Woman, believe a, or an epitaph, 806.
in our hours of ease, 509.
in this humor won, was ever, 796.
in this humor wooed, was ever, 796.
loves her lover in her first passion, 796.
mist is dispelled when a, appears, 795-
perfected, earth's noblest thing, 723.
stoops to folly, when lovely, 336.
Woman's chiefest charm, low and gentle
eye, teaches such beauty as a, 795-
gentle brain, 795.
Tooks, my only books were, 204.
love, brief as, 207.
love is false, 207.
love, paths to, 204.
mood, fantastic as a, 813.
reason, no other but a, 723
whole existence, 't is, 796.
Womanhood and childhood fleet, 104.
Womb of uncreated night, lost in, 794.
Women are frail too, aye as the glasses,
fair, and brave men, 511.
find few real friends, like princes, 795.
love of, alas! the, 203.
must weep, men must work and, 621.
how fields were, showed how, 688.
grew, still the, 688.
how the devil they got there, 815
Wonderful is death, how, 714.
Wonders, his, to perform, 632.
Wondrous kind, fellow-feeling makes one.
Wonted fires, in our ashes live their, 306.
tell my story and that would, her, 145.
Wood, deep and gloomy, 404.
impulse from a vernal, 494.
Woodbine, over-canopied with luscious, 495-
Woodman spare that tree, 101.
Wood-notes wild, warble his native, 786.
green-robed senators of mighty, 494.
pathless, there is a pleasure in the, 607.
Wooed and not unsought be won, be, 200.
we should be, 795-
woman in this humor, was ever, 796.
at random spoken, many a, 803.
every whispered, vows sweet in, 491.
He was the, that spake it, 398.
INDEX OF POETICAL QUOTATIONS.
a theatre the earth a stage, 792.
anywhere out of the, 335-
blows and buffets of the, 347.
brought death into the, 395.
daze the, sudden visitations, 812
dissolves, when all the, 396
doth but two nations bear, 796.
ere his, be past his heaven commences,
falls when Rome falls, 682.
federation of the, 257.
fever of the, 404.
give the, assurance of a man, 721.
glory jest and riddle of the, 792.
God hath made this, so fair, 399.
how the, wags, 791.
I have not loved the, nor the world me,
if all the, and love were young, 158.
's a bubble, 320.
's a stage, 711.
is all a fleeting show, 399.
is too much with us, 403.
kin, makes the whole, 811.
leaves the, to darkness and to me, 305.
light awakes the, 490.
man is one, and hath another, 792.
of sighs for my pains, 145.
of waters, rising, 407.
peace to be found in this, 228.
queen of the, and child of the skies,
shall be in love with night, 134-
rack of this tough, 346.
shot heard round the, 589.
spin forever, let the great, 258.
spite the, 347-
steal from the, 225.
stood against the, word of Cæsar, 876,
that new, which is the old, 174.
this bank-note, 677.
World, thus runs the, away, 691.
touch of nature makes the whole, kin,
unintelligible, weight of this, 404.
vain pomp and glory of this, 321.
was sad the garden was a wild, 204.
within our arms, our, 206.
without a sun, man a, 795.
tired denizen, 415.
stuff, vanity of, 814.
Worlds, allured to brighter, 688.
conquer twenty, 308.
exhausted, and then imagined new, 905.
Worm i' the bud, concealment like a, 251.
the canker and the grief are mine alone,
will turn, the smallest, 798.
of Nile, outvenoms all the, 811.
Worse, change for, 207.
for wear, a hat not much the, 961.
give me, and quietness, 541.
to the garish sun, pay no, 134.
Worth a thousand men, one blast were,
conscience of her, 209.
departed, sad relic of, 581.
prize not to the, what we have, 801.
of your love, love him ere he seem, 205.
love's, purple with, 836.
never felt a, he jests at scars that, 345
of sober vows, 558.
sunken, and sunless treasuries, 632.
Wren will fight against the owl, 232.
condemned with life to part, 347.
needy hollow-eyed sharp-looking, 722.
keenest pangs the, find, 816.
hang that jurymen may dine, 810.
Wring under the load of sorrow, 345.
this breathing, sent before my time into, Writing, ease in, from art not chance, 806.
this little, 603.
this pendent, in bigness as a star, 492.
well, nature's chief masterpiece is, 806.
Wrong, always in the, 909.
brother we are both in the, 121.
no'er pardon who have done the, 798.
treasures up a, him who, 899.
Xanadu, in, did Kubla Khan, 834
Yaller-pines, under the, I house, 493.
heaven's eternal, is tline, 311.
rolling. is full of thee, 417.
ru'er of the inverted, winter, 492.
seasons return with the, 407.
flight of, unmeasured by the, 399.
live in deeds not, we, 742.
love of life increased with, 756.
Yellow primrose was to him, a, 495.
Yesterday's sneer and yesterday's frown,
Yesterdays, have lighted fools, and all our
look backward with a smile, 792.
York, this sun of, made summer by, 541.
barbarians all at play, 681.
both were, one was beautifnl, 764
desire, hope thou muse of, 800.
Fancy's rays the hills adorning. 108.
spurned by the, hugged by the old
very heaven to be, 490.
when my bosom was, 529.
Young-eyed cherubins, quiring to the, 775-
Youth and I lived in 't together, 108.
and observation copied there, 801.
dear amiable, adieu, 796.
fiery vehemence of, 670.
hoary, Methusalems may die in, 794-
in, it sheltered me, 101.
's a stuff will not endure, 122.
that means to be of note, 490.
they had been friends in, 116.
to fortune and to ame unknown, 307.
Zekle crep' up quite unbeknown. 942, 993.
wisdom mounts her, with the stars, 431.
Zones though more and more remote, 396.