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The Eternal Goodness The Eternal Goodness

The Eternal Goodness
O friends! with whom my feet have trod The quiet aisles of prayer, Glad witness to your zeal for God And love of man I bear. I trace your lines of argument;... Poems - Post by : dopom9 - Date : October 2009 - Author : John Greenleaf Whittier - Read : 1028

The Pipes At Lucknow The Pipes At Lucknow

The Pipes At Lucknow
Pipes of the misty moorlands Voice of the glens and hills; The droning of the torrents, The treble of the rills! Not the braes of broom and heather,... Poems - Post by : Creation - Date : October 2009 - Author : John Greenleaf Whittier - Read : 2413

Cobbler Keezar's Vision Cobbler Keezar's Vision

Cobbler Keezar's Vision
The beaver cut his timber With patient teeth that day, The minks were fish-wards, and the crows Surveyors of high way,--... Poems - Post by : Beatlover - Date : October 2009 - Author : John Greenleaf Whittier - Read : 1231

The Mayflowers The Mayflowers

The Mayflowers
Sad Mayflower! watched by winter stars, And nursed by winter gales, With petals of the sleeted spars, And leaves of frozen sails What had she in those dreary hours,... Poems - Post by : Bruce_McCormick - Date : October 2009 - Author : John Greenleaf Whittier - Read : 1851

Yankee Gypsies Yankee Gypsies

Yankee Gypsies
Yankee Gypsies "Here's to budgets, packs, and wallets; Here's to all the wandering train." BURNS.(1)I CONFESS it, I am keenly sensitive to "skyey influences." (2) I profess no indifference to the movements of that capricious old gentleman known as the clerk of the weather. I cannot conceal my interest in the behavior of that patriarchal bird whose wooden similitude gyrates on the church spire. Winter proper is well enough. Let the thermometer go to zero if it will; so much the better, if thereby the very winds are frozen and unable to flap their stiff wings. Sounds... Short Stories - Post by : dantefiore - Date : October 2009 - Author : John Greenleaf Whittier - Read : 953

The Boy Captives The Boy Captives

The Boy Captives
An Incident of the Indian War of 1695THE township of Haverhill, even as late as the close of the seventeenth century, was a frontier settlement, occupying an advanced position in the great wilderness, which, unbroken by the clearing of a white man, extended from the Merrimac River to the French villages on the St. Francois. A tract of twelve miles on the river and three or four northwardly was occupied by scattered settlers, while in the centre of the town a compact village had grown up. In the immediate vicinity there were but few Indians, and these generally peaceful... Short Stories - Post by : dopom9 - Date : October 2009 - Author : John Greenleaf Whittier - Read : 3355