Ralph Waldo Emerson

I touch this flower of silken leaf Which once our childhood knew Its soft leaves wound me with a grief Whose balsam never grew, Dirge

A Nation's Strength
A Visit from St. Nicholas
Alphonso Of Castile
Art
Asrae
Bacchus
Beauty
Berrying
Blight
Boston
Boston Hymn
Brahma
Celestial Love
Character
Compensation
Concord Hymn
Days
Dirge
Demonic Love
Each And All
Eros
Etienne De La BoECe
Experience
Fable
Fate
Forebearance
Forerunners
Freedom
From The Persian Of Hafiz -I-
From The Persian Of Hafiz -II-
Give All To Love
Glory Of Friendship
Gnothi Seauton
Good-Bye
Grace
Guy
Hamatreya
Heroism
Initial Love
Letters
Loss And Gain
Love And Thought
Lover's Petition
Manners
May-Day
Merlin -I-
Merlin -II-
Merlin's Song
Merops
Mithridates
My Garden
Nature
Nemesis
Ode - William H. Channing
Ode To Beauty
Painting And Sculpture
Politics
Quatrains
Rubies
Saadi
Seashore
Self Reliance
Solution
Song Of Nature
Spiritual Laws
Sursum Corda
Suum Cuique
Tact
Teach Me I Am Forgotten By The Dead
Terminus
The Adirondacs
The Amulet
The Apology
The Bell
The Chartist's Complaint
The Cumberland
The Day's Ration
The Earth
The Forerunners
The Humble Bee
The Lords Of Life
The Park
The Past
The Problem
The Rhodora
The River Note
The Romany Girl
The Snow-Storm
The Sphinx
The Test
The Titmouse
The Visit
The World-Soul
Threnody
To-Day
To Ellen, At The South
To Eva
To J.W.
To Laugh Often And Much
To Rhea
Two Rivers
Una
Unity
Uriel
Voluntaries
Water
Waves
Wealth
Wood Notes
Worship


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