INDEX OF FIRST LINES
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Aboard at a ship's helm 222
A California song 178
Adieu, O soldier 276
Afoot and light-hearted I take to the open road 125
After the sea-ship, after the whistling winds 226
Ages and ages returning at intervals 93
A glimpse though an interstice caught 111
A great year and place 202
(Ah; little recks the labourer 169
A leaf for hand in hand 111
A line in long array where they wind betwixt green islands 256
All you are doing and saying is to America dangled mirages 234
Always our old feuillage! 146
A march in the ranks hard-prest, and the road unknown 260
A mask, a perpetual natural disguiser of herself 237
Among the men and women the multitude 113
And now, gentlemen 103
An old man bending I come among new faces 263
A promise to California110
Are you the new person drawn toward me? 105
Arm'd year--year of the struggle 241
As Adam early in the morning 96
As I ebb'd with the ocean of life 219
A sight in camp in the day break grey and dim 261
As I lay with my head in your lap, camerado 273
As I pondered in silence 1
A song for occupations! 182
A song of the rolling earth, and of words according 189
As toilsome I wander'd Virginia's woods 262
A thousand perfect men and women appear 238
A woman waits for me, she contains all, nothing is lacking 88

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