Poems by Walt Whitman

Poems by Walt Whitman

Darest Thou Now O Soul, by Walt Whitman

Darest thou now O soul,
Walk out with me toward the unknown region,
Where neither ground is f...

The Dead Tenor, by Walt Whitman

As down the stage again,
With Spanish hat and plumes, and gait inimitable,
Back from the fad...

Death of General Grant, by Walt Whitman

As one by one withdraw the lofty actors,
From that great play on history's stage eterne,

Delicate Cluster, by Walt Whitman

Delicate cluster! Flag of teeming life!
Covering all my lands--all my seashores lining!
Flag of...

Dirge for Two Veterans, by Walt Whitman

The last sunbeam
Lightly falls from the finish'd Sabbath,
On the pavement here, and there bey...

The Dying Veteran, by Walt Whitman

Amid these days of order, ease, prosperity,
Amid the current songs of beauty, peace, decoru...

Earth, My Likeness, by Walt Whitman

Earth, my likeness,
Though you look so impassive, ample and spheric there,
I now suspect th...

Eidolons, by Walt Whitman

I met a seer,
Passing the hues and objects of the world,
The fields of art and learning, ple...

Eighteen Sixty-One, by Walt Whitman

Arm'd year--year of the struggle,
No dainty rhymes or sentimental love verses for you terrible ...

Election Day, November, 1884, by Walt Whitman

If I should need to name, O Western World, your powerfulest scene and show,
'Twould not be yo...

Ethiopia Saluting the Colors, by Walt Whitman

Who are you dusky woman, so ancient hardly human,
With your woolly-white and turban'd head, a...

Europe [The 72nd and 73rd Years of These States], by Walt Whitman

Suddenly out of its stale and drowsy lair, the lair of slaves,
Like lightning it le'pt forth h...

Excelsior, by Walt Whitman

Who has gone farthest? For I would go farther,
And who has been just? For I would be the most j...

Faces, by Walt Whitman

1 Sauntering the pavement or riding the country by-road, faces!
Faces of friendship, precisi...

Facing West from California's Shores, by Walt Whitman

Facing west from California's shores,
Inquiring, tireless, seeking what is yet unfound,
I, ...