OLIVER WENDELL HOLMES POEMS

1. The Meeting Of The Dryads

2. The Only Daughter. Illustration Of A Picture

3. The Old Player

4. The Old Tune

5. The Treadmill Song

6. To John Greenleaf Whittier

7. To Frederick Henry Hedge

8. To My Old Readers

9. To an Insect

10. To The Eleven Ladies

11. The Peau De Chagrin Of State Street

12. To Christian Gottfried Ehrenberg

13. The Poet’s Lot

14. Call Him Not Old, Whose Visionary Brain

15. To James Freeman Clarke

16. To A Portrait Of

17. To James Russell Lowell

18. The Morning Visit

19. The Music-Grinders

20. The Study

21. The Secret Of The Stars

22. To Governor Swain

23. To My Readers

24. The Strong Heroic Line

25. To Rutherford Birchard Hayes

26. To The Poets Who Only Read And Listen

27. The Smiling Listener

28. The Pilgrim’s Vision

29. The Statesman’s Secret

30. The Old Man Of The Sea

31. The Steamboat

32. The School-Boy

33. The Mother’s Secret

34. To A Blank Sheet Of Paper

35. A Familiar Letter

36. The Lover’s Secret

37. The Parting Song

38. The Lyre Of Anacreon

39. The Ship Of State

40. To A Caged Lion

41. The Shadows

42. The Philosopher To His Love

43. The Ploughman

44. The Mysterious Visitor

45. To The Teachers Of America

46. The Spectre Pig

47. The Dorchester Giant

48. The Mind’s Diet

49. The Parting Word

50. The Last Survivor

51. The Toadstool

52. The Old Cruiser

53. The Sweet Little Man

54. To H. W. Longfellow

55. The Moral Bully

56. The Stethoscope Song. A Professional Ballad

57. To Canaan

58. Benjamin Peirce

59. Too Young For Love

60. Under The Washington Elm, Cambridge

61. The Wasp And The Hornet

62. The Two Armies

63. Two Poems To Harriet Beecher Stowe

64. The Promise

65. To George Peabody

66. To An English Friend

67. Two Sonnets: Harvard

68. To The Portrait Of

69. Hymn For The Inauguration Of The Statue Of Governor Andrew

70. Hymn For The Dedication Of Memorial Hall At Cambridge, June 23, 1874

71. The Rose And The Fern

72. Harvard

73. The Exile’s Secret

74. Welcome To The Nations

75. A Song. For The Centennial Celebration Of Harvard College

76. J. D. R.

77. L’inconnue

78. The Last Reader

79. Farewell To J. R. Lowell

80. H. C. M. H. S. J. K. W.

81. Non-Resistance

82. Address For The Opening Of The Fifth Avenue Theatre

83. In Memory Of John Greenleaf Whittier

84. The Last Leaf

85. In Response

86. Poem For The Two Hundred And Fiftieth Anniversary Of The Founding Of Harvard College

87. At The

88. King’s Chapel

89. Unsatisfied

90. What I Have Come For

91. At The Unitarian Festival

92. Even-Song

93. Hymn Written For The Great Central Fair In Philadelphia, 1864

94. The First Fan

95. The Girdle Of Friendship

96. Hymn.—the Word Of Promise

97. The Cambridge Churchyard

98. Hymn For The Celebration At The Laying Of The Cornerstone Of Harvard Memorial Hall, Cambridge, October 6, 1870

99. Prologue

100. From A Bachelor’s Private Journal

101. Our Yankee Girls

102. One Country

103. Our Oldest Friend

104. Poem At The Centennial Anniversary Dinner Of The Massachusetts Medical Society

105. In Memory Of John And Robert Ware

106. At A Birthday Festival

107. Avis

108. On The Threshold

109. Our Banker

110. Hymn For The Two Hundredth Anniversary Of King’s Chapel

111. At A Dinner To General Grant

112. Parting Hymn

113. Once More

114. After A Lecture On Shelley

115. A Sun-Day Hymn

116. Verses For After-Dinner

117. Iris, Her Book

118. At A Meeting Of Friends

119. Nux Postcoenatica

120. Hymn At The Funeral Services Of Charles Sumner

121. At A Dinner To Admiral Farragut

122. An Appeal For

123. At The Close Of A Course Of Lectures

124. For The Burns Centennial Celebration

125. Francis Parkman

126. At The Papyrus Club

127. At The Banquet To The Japanese Embassy

128. Welcome To The Grand Duke Alexis

129. The Dying Seneca

130. Lines — For Berkshire Jubilee, Aug. 23, 1844

131. Hymn Written For The Twenty-Fifth Anniversary Of The Reorganization Of The Boston Young Men’s Christian Union

132. Illustration Of A Picture

133. In Memory Of Charles Wentworth Upham, Jr.

134. St. Anthony The Reformer

135. Poem For The Dedication Of The Fountain At Stratford-On-Avon

136. The Last Prophecy Of Cassandra

137. For The Dedication Of The New City Library, Boston

138. Post-Prandial

139. Midsummer

140. My Annual

141. In Vita Minerva

142. But One Talent

143. For The Fair In Aid Of The Fund To Procure Ball’s Statue Of Washington

144. An Impromptu – Ii

145. Grandmother’s Story Of Bunker Hill Battle (As She Saw It From The Belfry)

146. Our Dead Singer

147. Extracts From A Medical Poem. The Stability Of Science

148. After A Lecture On Wordsworth

149. Old Cambridge

150. Army Hymn

151. After A Lecture On Keats

152. Song. For A Temperance Dinner

153. Ode For A Social Meeting

154. Opening The Window

155. How To Not Settle It

156. Our Home—our Country

157. For The Meeting Of The National Sanitary Association

158. Ad Amicos

159. Birthday Of Daniel Webster

160. For The Centennial Dinner

161. Parson Turell’s Legacy

162. Freedom Or Queen

163. Prelude To A Volume Printed In Raised Letters For The Blind

164. Our Sweet Singer

165. For The Window In St. Margaret’s

166. A Welcome To Dr. Benjamin Apthorp Gould

167. Lines By A Clerk

168. La Maison D’or

169. Stanzas

170. After A Lecture On Moore

171. Humboldt’s Birthday

172. Near The Snow-Line

173. Ode For Washington’s Birthday

174. For Whittier’s Seventieth Birthday

175. F. W. C.

176. At The Banquet To The Chinese Embassy

177. Programme

178. La Grisette

179. First Verses

180. At The Saturday Club

181. Lines

182. An Old-Year Song

183. For Class Meeting

184. At My Fireside

185. Vestigia Quinque Retrorsum

186. An Impromptu

187. The Organ-Blower

188. Rhymes Of A Life-Time

189. America To Russia

190. But One Talent

191. Album Verses

192. Edward Everett

193. Epilogue To The Breakfast-Table Series

194. Never Or Now

195. Mare Rubrum

196. Latter-Day Warnings

197. For The Commemoration Services

198. Boston To Florence

199. Rip Van Winkle. Canto I.

200. The September Gale

201. Reflections Of A Proud Pedestrian

202. An After-Dinner Poem

203. Chanson Without Music

204. At The Pantomime

205. An Evening Thought

206. Bryant’s Seventieth Birthday

207. All Here

208. Hymn For The Fair At Chicago

209. Youth

210. Musa

211. After The Curfew

212. A Toast To Wilkie Collins

213. Robinson Of Leyden

214. The Broken Circle

215. James Russell Lowell

216. Remember–Forget

217. Tatarus

218. Voyage Of The Good Ship Union

219. The Dilemma

220. In The Twilight

221. Agnes

222. The Island Hunting-Song

223. Our Limitations

224. Hail, Columbia!

225. Welcome To The Chicago Commercial Club

226. From The Iron Gate

227. For The Services In Memory Of Abraham Lincoln

228. A Voice Of The Loyal North

229. The Banker’s Secret

230. Hymn Read At The Dedication Of The Oliver Wendell Holmes Hospital At Hudson, Wisconsin

231. American Academy Centennial Celebration

232. What We All Think

233. De Sauty

234. The Archbishop And Gil Blas

235. Astraea: The Balance Of Illusions

236. The Crooked Footpath

237. The Coming Era

238. Poem Read At The Dinner Given To The Author By The Medical Profession Of The City Of New York, April 12, 1883

239. At The Turn Of The Road

240. Hymn For The Class-Meeting

241. A Souvenir

242. How The Old Horse Won The Bet

243. Spring

244. The Hudson

245. Shakespeare

246. Poetry: A Metrical Essay, Read Before The Phi Beta Kappa Society, Harvard

247. Joseph Warren, M. D.

248. Departed Days

249. No Time Like The Old Time

250. Aunt Tabitha

251. Songs In Many Keys

252. On Lending A Punch-Bowl

253. Semi-Centennial Celebration Of The New England Society

254. Choose You This Day Whom Ye Will Serve

255. The Bells

256. Ave

257. I Like You And I Love You

258. Evening. By A Tailor

259. The Last Look

260. The Last Charge

261. Lucy

262. Midsummer

263. After The Fire

264. A Poem Served To Order

265. The Broomstick Train; Or, The Return Of The Witches

266. The Gray Chief

267. The Last Blossom

268. Hymn After The Emancipation Proclamation

269. The Comet

270. A Sentiment Offered At The Dinner To H. I. H. The Prince Napoleon

271. Our Indian Summer

272. Homesick In Heaven

273. The Hot Season

274. Hymn Of Trust

275. Lexington

276. The Ballad Of The Oysterman

277. A Sea Dialogue

278. My Aunt

279. The Fountain Of Youth

280. A Song Of Other Days

281. A Song Of

282. The Angel-Thief

283. A Portrait

284. Questions And Answers

285. A Good Time Going!

286. A Memorial Tribute

287. Spring Has Come

288. A Parting Health

289. A Hymn Of Peace

290. Fantasia

291. The Silent Melody

292. A Poem. Dedication Of The Pittsfield Cemetery

293. A Noontide Lyric

294. A Roman Aqueduct

295. The Opening Of The Piano

296. The Old Man Dreams

297. A Loving-Cup Song

298. The Voiceless

299. A Family Record

300. A Birthday Tribute

301. The Living Temple

302. The Two Streams

303. Union And Liberty

304. ?stivation

305. The FlaANeur

306. For The Moore Centennial Celebration

307. Daily Trials By A Sensitive Man

308. Poem (Halleck Monument Dedication)

309. At The Banquet To The Grand Duke Alexis

310. Brother Jonathan’s Lament

311. Under The Violets

312. A Sentiment

313. Dorothy Q.

314. A Ballad Of The Boston Tea-Party

315. The Height Of The Ridiculous

316. Contentment

317. The Star And The Water Lily

318. Cacoethes Scribendi

319. My Aviary

320. The Chambered Nautilus

321. The Deacon’s Masterpiece Or, The Wonderful “One-Hoss Shay”: A Logical Story

322. A Farewell To Agassiz

323. Martha

324. Bill And Joe

325. The Boys

326. The Flower Of Liberty

327. On The Death Of President Garfield

328. The Iron Gate

329. Old Ironsides

330. God Save The Flag

331. A Parody On “a Psalm Of Life”

332. Sun And Shadow

333. A Poem For The Meeting Of The American Medical Association At New York, May 5, 1853

334. A Rhymed Lesson (Urania)

335. Meeting Of The Alumni Of Harvard College

336. Wind-Clouds And Star-Drifts

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