Author:Ralph Waldo Emerson/Index of Titles
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"A dull uncertain brain"
"A score of airy miles will smooth"
"A train of gay and clouded days"
Ἄδακρυν νέμονται Αἰῶνα
"Ah, not to me those dreams belong"
Alphonso of Castile
"And as the light divides the dark"
"And when I am entombèd in my place"
"Around the man who seeks a noble end"
"As the drop feeds its fated flower"
"Ascending thorough just degrees"
"Atom from atom yawns as far"
"Be of good cheer, brave spirit; steadfastly"
The Bohemian Hymn
Boston Hymn, read in Music Hall, January 1, 1863
"But if thou do thy best"
"But Nature whistled with all her winds"
"But never yet the man was found"
"But over all his crowning grace"
"By thoughts I lead"
"For art, for music over-thrilled"
"For every God"
"For Fancy's gift"
"For Genius made his cabin wide"
"For joy and beauty planted it"
"For Nature, true and like in every place"
"For thought, and not praise"
"For what need I of book or priest"
"Forbore the ant-hill, shunned to tread"
Fragments on Nature and Life
Fragments on the Poet and the Poetic Gift
"Friends to me are frozen wine"
From Ali Ben Abu Taleb (same as "He who has a thousand friends has not a friend to spare")
"From high to higher forces"
From Ibn Jemin
From Omar Khayyam
From the Persian of Hafiz
From the Phi Beta Kappa Poem
"From the stores of eldest matter"
The Harp (Excerpt from "May-Day")
"He could condense cerulean ether"
"He lives not who can refuse me"
"He planted where the deluge ploughed"
"He who has a thousand friends has not a friend to spare" (same as "From Ali Ben Abu Taleb")
Heri, Cras, Hodie
"Him strong Genius urged to roam"
"His instant thought a poet spoke"
"Hold of the Maker, not the Made"
"I bear in youth the sad infirmities"
"I framed his tongue to music"
"I grieve that better souls than mine"
"I have an arrow that will find its mark"
"I have no brothers and no peers"
"If bright the sun, he tarries"
"If curses be the wage of love"
"If my darling should depart"
"Illusions like the tints of pearl"
The Informing Spirit
"In the chamber, on the stairs"
"In Walden wood the chickadee"
Initial, Dæmonic, and Celestial Love
Inscription for a Well in Memory of the Martyrs of the War
[[The Last Farewell (Emerson)|]]
"Like vaulters in a circus round"
Lines by Ellen Louise Tucker
Lines to Ellen
Loss and Gain
Love ("Love on his errand bound to go")
Love and Thought
Ode, inscribed to W. H. Channing ("Though loath to grieve")
Ode, sung in the Town Hall, Concord, July 4, 1857 ("O tenderly the haughty day")
Ode to Beauty
"Of all wit's uses the main one"
"Oh what is Heaven but the fellowship"
"On bravely through the sunshine and the showers"
"On prince or bride no diamond stone"
"On two days it steads not to run from thy grave"
Painting and Sculpture
"Pale genius roves alone"
"Parks and ponds are good by day"
"Put in, drive home the sightless wedges"
"Samson stark, at Dagon's knee"
"Seems, though the soft sheen all enchants"
"She paints with white and red the moors"
"She walked in flowers around my field"
"Shun passion, fold the hands of thrift"
"Slighted Minerva's learnèd tongue"
"Solar insect on the wing"
Song of Nature
Song of Seyd Nimetollah of Kuhistan
Sonnet of Michel Angelo Buonarotti
"Such another peerless queen"
[[Sursum Corda (Emerson)|]]
"Tell men what they knew before"
"That book is good"
"That each should in his house abide"
"The archangel Hope"
"The Asmodean feat is mine"
"The atom displaces all atoms beside"
"The beggar begs by God's command"
"The brave Empedocles, defying fools"
"The brook sings on, but sings in vain"
"The cold gray down upon the quinces lieth"
"The days pass over me"
"The low December vault in June be lifted high"
"The Muse's hill by Fear is guarded"
"The patient Pan"
"The rules to men made evident"
"The sun athwart the cloud thought it no sin"
"The tongue is prone to lose the way"
"There are beggars in Iran and Araby"
"They say, through patience, chalk"
Thine Eyes still Shined
"This shining moment is an edifice"
"Thou shalt make thy house"
"To and fro the Genius flies"
To Ellen at the South
To J. W.
To the Shah
"To transmute crime to wisdom, so to stem"
"Try the might the Muse affords"
"What all the books of ages paint, I have"
"What central flowing forces, say"
"When all their blooms the meadows flaunt"
"When wrath and terror changed Jove's regal port"
"Where the fungus broad and red"
"Why did all manly gifts in Webster fail"
"With the key of the secret he marches faster"
Written at Rome
Written in a Volume of Gœthe
Written in Naples