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The Patriotic Poems of Walt Whitman

By Walt Whitman
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  • Transcriber's note
    • America
  • THE PATRIOTIC POEMS OF WALT WHITMAN
    • ACKNOWLEDGMENT
    • I
    • POEMS OF WAR
    • THICK-SPRINKLED BUNTING
    • BEAT! BEAT! DRUMS!
    • CITY OF SHIPS
    • A MARCH IN THE RANKS HARD-PREST, AND THE ROAD UNKNOWN
    • COME UP FROM THE FIELDS FATHER
    • A TWILIGHT SONG
    • A SIGHT IN CAMP IN THE DAYBREAK GRAY AND DIM
    • YEAR THAT TREMBLED AND REEL'D BENEATH ME
    • FIRST O SONGS FOR A PRELUDE
    • SONG OF THE BANNER AT DAYBREAK
      • Poet
        • Pennant
        • Child
        • Father
        • Poet
        • Child
        • Father
        • Banner and Pennant
        • Poet
        • Banner and Pennant
        • Child
        • Father
        • Banner
        • Poet
      • Pennant
      • Child
      • Father
      • Poet
      • Child
      • Father
      • Banner and Pennant
      • Poet
      • Banner and Pennant
      • Child
      • Father
      • Banner
      • Poet
    • Poet
      • Pennant
      • Child
      • Father
      • Poet
      • Child
      • Father
      • Banner and Pennant
      • Poet
      • Banner and Pennant
      • Child
      • Father
      • Banner
      • Poet
    • Pennant
    • Child
    • Father
    • Poet
    • Child
    • Father
    • Banner and Pennant
    • Poet
    • Banner and Pennant
    • Child
    • Father
    • Banner
    • Poet
    • THE DYING VETERAN
      • (A Long Island incident—early part of the nineteenth century.)
    • (A Long Island incident—early part of the nineteenth century.)
    • THE WOUND-DRESSER
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    • DIRGE FOR TWO VETERANS
    • FROM FAR DAKOTA'S CAÑONS
      • June 25, 1876.
    • June 25, 1876.
    • OLD WAR-DREAMS
    • DELICATE CLUSTER
    • TO A CERTAIN CIVILIAN
    • ADIEU TO A SOLDIER
    • LONG, TOO LONG AMERICA
    • II
    • POEMS OF AFTER-WAR
    • WEAVE IN, MY HARDY LIFE
    • HOW SOLEMN AS ONE BY ONE
      • (Washington City, 1865)
    • (Washington City, 1865)
    • SPIRIT WHOSE WORK IS DONE
      • (Washington City, 1865)
    • (Washington City, 1865)
    • THE RETURN OF THE HEROES
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    • MEMORIES OF PRESIDENT LINCOLN
    • WHEN LILACS LAST IN THE DOORYARD BLOOM'D
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    • O CAPTAIN! MY CAPTAIN!
    • HUSH'D BE THE CAMPS TO-DAY
      • (May 4, 1865)
    • (May 4, 1865)
    • ASHES OF SOLDIERS
    • PENSIVE ON HER DEAD GAZING
    • III
    • POEMS OF AMERICA
    • I HEAR AMERICA SINGING
    • PIONEERS! O PIONEERS!
    • SONG OF THE BROAD-AXE
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    • GIVE ME THE SPLENDID SILENT SUN
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    • FACES
    • O MAGNET-SOUTH
    • OUR OLD FEUILLAGE!
    • A BROADWAY PAGEANT
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    • THE PRAIRIE STATES
    • IV
    • POEMS OF DEMOCRACY
    • TO FOREIGN LANDS
    • TO THEE OLD CAUSE
    • FOR YOU O DEMOCRACY
    • THOU MOTHER WITH THY EQUAL BROOD
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    • WHAT BEST I SEE IN THEE
    • AS I WALK THESE BROAD MAJESTIC DAYS
    • THE UNITED STATES TO OLD WORLD CRITICS
    • YEARS OF THE MODERN
    • O STAR OF FRANCE
      • 1870-71
    • 1870-71
    • THOUGHTS
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    • EPILOGUE
    • RISE O DAYS FROM YOUR FATHOMLESS DEEPS
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      • Transcriber's note
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