Emerson: Poems

Hardcover $14.95

Sep 14, 2004 | 256 Pages

Ebook $9.99

Jul 18, 2012 | 256 Pages

  • Hardcover $14.95

    Sep 14, 2004 | 256 Pages

  • Ebook $9.99

    Jul 18, 2012 | 256 Pages

Table Of Contents

From POEMS (1847)
The Rhodora
The Humble-Bee
Fable
Astræa
Etienne de la Boe´ce
Suum Cuique
Compensation
Forbearance
Berrying
Thine Eyes Still Shined
Eros
Loss and Gain
Hamatreya
The Snow-Storm
Painting and Sculpture
Holidays
From the Persian of Hafiz
Ghaselle
Xenophanes
The Day’s Ration
Blight
Musketaquid
Hymn (‘By the rude bridge that arched the flood’)
The Sphinx
Each and All
The Problem
To Rhea
The Visit
Uriel
The World-Soul

From MAY-DAY AND OTHER PIECES (1867)
Brahma
Nemesis
Fate
Freedom
Ode Sung in the Town Hall
Boston Hymn
Love and Thought
Lover’s Petition
Una
Letters
Rubies
Merlin’s Song
The Test
Nature I
Nature II
The Romany Girl
My Garden
The Titmouse
Days
Sea-Shore
Two Rivers
Waldeinsamkeit
Terminus
The Past
Experience
Compensation
Culture
Politics
Heroism
Character
Friendship
Beauty
Manners
Art
Spiritual Laws
Unity
Worship
Quatrains

From SELECTED POEMS (1876)
The Nun’s Aspiration
Hymn (‘We love the venerable house’)
Cupido
Boston
Silence
The Three Dimensions
Motto to ‘The Poet’
Motto to ‘Gifts’
Motto to ‘Nature’
Motto to ‘Nominalist and Realist’
Motto to ‘History’
South Wind

From THE UNPUBLISHED POEMS
‘William does thy frigid soul’
‘Perhaps thy lot in life is higher’
Song
‘I spread my gorgeous sail’
‘O what is Heaven but the fellowship’
‘Ah strange strange strange’
‘See yonder leafless trees against the sky’
‘Do that which you can do’
‘Few are free’
Van Buren
The Future
Rex
‘And when I am entombed in my place’
‘Bard or dunce is blest, but hard’
‘It takes philosopher or fool’
‘Tell men what they knew before’
‘I use the knife’
‘There is no evil but can speak’
‘The sea reflects the rosy sky’
‘In this sour world, O summerwind’
‘Look danger in the eye it vanishes’
‘As I walked in the wood’
‘I sat upon the ground’
‘Good Charles the spring’s adorer’
‘Around the man who seeks a noble end’
‘In the deep heart of man a poet dwells’
‘O what are heroes prophets men’
‘Yet sometime to the sorrow stricken’
The Bohemian Hymn
‘Kind & holy were the words’
‘Divine Inviters! I accept’
‘Go if thou wilt ambrosial Flower’
‘In Walden wood the chickadee’
‘Star seer Copernicus’
‘At last the poet spoke’
‘I grieve that better souls than mine’
Nantasket
Water
‘Where the fungus broad & red’
‘From the stores of eldest Matter’
‘And the best gift of God’
‘Stout Sparta shrined the god of Laughter’
‘Brother, no decrepitude’
‘Who knows this or that’
‘Saadi loved the new & old’
‘And as the light divided the dark’
‘When devils bite’
‘Comfort with a purring cat’
‘I cannot find a place so lonely’
‘This shining hour is an edifice’
‘The sparrow is rich in her nest’
‘Bended to fops who bent to him’
Elizabeth Hoar
‘Cloud upon cloud’
‘Since the devil hopping on’
‘Poets are colorpots’
‘Thanks to those who go & come’
‘I must not borrow light’
‘Comrade of the snow & wind’
‘God only knew how Saadi dined’
‘Friends to me are frozen wine’
‘That each should in his house abide’
New England Capitalist
‘On a raisin stone’
‘Go out into Nature and plant trees’
‘Pale Genius roves alone’
‘Burn your literary verses’
‘Intellect gravely broods apart on joy’
‘The civil world will much forgive’
‘Mask thy wisdom with delight’
‘Roomy Eternity’
Terminus
‘More sweet than my refrain’
‘O Boston city lecture-hearing’
‘A patch of meadow & upland’
‘And he like me is not too proud’
‘Park & ponds are good by day’
‘For Lyra yet shall be the pole’
‘A score of airy miles will smooth’
‘All things rehearse’
‘Pedants all’
‘I leave the book, I leave the wine’
‘Easy to match what others do’
‘If wishes would carry me over the land’
Maia
‘Seyd planted where the deluge ploughed’
‘Forbore the ant hill, shunned to tread’
‘Borrow Urania’s subtile wings’
‘The comrade or the book is good’
‘Is the pace of nature slow?’
‘Why honor the new men’
‘Think not the gods receive thy prayer’
‘Inspired we must forget our books’
‘Upon a rock yet uncreate’

LONGER POEMS
Woodnotes I
May-Day
The Adirondacs
From The Poet

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