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1) 816. Pioneers! O Pioneers! Walt Whitman. 1909-14. English Poetry III: From Tennyson to Whitman. The Harvard Classics
...Have you your pistols? have you your sharp-edged axes? Pioneers! O pioneers! For we cannot tarry here, 5 We must march my darlings, we must bear the brunt of danger,...

2) Preface to Leaves of Grass. Walt Whitman (1855). 1909-14. Famous Prefaces. The Harvard Classics
...poet is that his country absorbs him as affectionately as he has absorbed it. 30 Note 1. Walt Whitman (1819–1892), the most original of American poets, was born in...

3) 813. One's-Self I Sing. Walt Whitman. 1909-14. English Poetry III: From Tennyson to Whitman. The Harvard Classics
...Yet utter the word Democratic, the word En-Masse. Of physiology from top to toe I sing, Not physiognomy alone nor brain alone is worthy for the Muse —I say the Form...

4) 814. Beat! Beat! Drums! Walt Whitman. 1909-14. English Poetry III: From Tennyson to Whitman. The Harvard Classics
...Are beds prepared for sleepers at night in the houses? no sleepers must sleep in those beds, 10 No bargainers bargains by day—no brokers or speculators—would they...

5) 817. Ethiopia Saluting the Colors. Walt Whitman. 1909-14. English Poetry III: From Tennyson to Whitman. The Harvard Classics
...With your woolly-white and turban d head, and bare bony feet? Why rising by the roadside here, do you the colors greet? ( Tis while our army lines Carolina s sands...

6) 818. The Wound-Dresser. Walt Whitman. 1909-14. English Poetry III: From Tennyson to Whitman. The Harvard Classics
...What stays with you latest and deepest? of curious panics, Of hard-fought engagements or sieges tremendous what deepest remains? 2 O maidens and young men I love...

7) 820. O Captain! My Captain! Walt Whitman. 1909-14. English Poetry III: From Tennyson to Whitman. The Harvard Classics
...This arm beneath your head! It is some dream that on the deck, 15 You ve fallen cold and dead. My Captain does not answer, his lips are pale and still, My father...

8) 822. Prayer of Columbus. Walt Whitman. 1909-14. English Poetry III: From Tennyson to Whitman. The Harvard Classics
...Report myself once more to Thee. Thou knowest my years entire, my life, My long and crowded life of active work, not adoration merely; Thou knowest the prayers and...

9) 823. The Last Invocation. Walt Whitman. 1909-14. English Poetry III: From Tennyson to Whitman. The Harvard Classics
...Strong is your hold O love). 10...

10) 819. Give Me the Splendid Silent Sun. Walt Whitman. 1909-14. English Poetry III: From Tennyson to Whitman. The Harvard Classics
...Give me solitude, give me Nature, give me again O Nature your primal sanities! These demanding to have them (tired with ceaseless excitement, and rack d by the war-strife),...

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