CONTENTS
Introduction
INSCRIPTIONS--
Page
One's-Self I Sing1
As I Ponder'd in Silence1
In Cabin'd Ships at Sea2
To Foreign Lands3
To a Historian3
To Thee Old Cause3
Eidólons4
For Him I Sing6
When I Read the Book7
Beginning My Studies7
Beginners7
To the States7
On Journeys through the States8
To a Certain Cantatrice8
Me Imperturbe8
Savantism9
The Ship Starting9
I Hear America Singing9
What Place Is Besieged?10
Still though the One I Sing10
Shut not Your Doors10
Poets to Come10
To You11
Thou Reader11
Starting from Paumanok12
Song of Myself24
CHILDREN OF ADAM--
To the Garden the World79
From Pent-up Aching Rivers79
I Sing the Body Electric81
A Woman Waits for Me88
Spontaneous Me90
One Hour to Madness and Joy92
Out of the Rolling Ocean the Crowd93
Ages and Ages Returning at Intervals93
We Two, How long We were Fool'd93
O Hymen! O Hymenee!94
I am He that Aches with Love94
Native Moments94
Once I Pass'd Through a Populous City95
I Heard You, Solemn-Sweet Pipes of the Organ95
Facing West from California's Shores96
As Adam Early in the Morning96
CALAMUS--
In Paths Untrodden97
Scented Herbage of My Breast97
Whoever You are Holding Me Now in Hand99

-xiii-

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