Harper, Frances Ellen Watkins, 1824-1911. Poems
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  • Front Matter
  • Poem MY MOTHER'S KISS.
  • Poem A GRAIN OF SAND.
  • Poem THE CROCUSES.
  • Poem THE PRESENT AGE.
  • Poem DEDICATION POEM.
  • Poem A DOUBLE STANDARD.
  • Poem OUR HERO.
  • Poem THE DYING BONDMAN.
  • Poem "A LITTLE CHILD SHALL LEAD THEM."
  • Poem THE SPARROW'S FALL.
  • Poem GOD BLESS OUR NATIVE LAND.
  • Poem DANDELIONS.
  • Poem THE BUILDING.
  • Poem HOME, SWEET HOME.
  • Poem THE PURE IN HEART SHALL SEE GOD.
  • Poem HE "HAD NOT WHERE TO LAY HIS HEAD."
  • Poem GO WORK IN MY VINEYARD.
  • Poem RENEWAL OF STRENGTH.
  • Poem JAMIE'S PUZZLE.
  • Poem TRUTH.
  • Poem DEATH OF THE OLD SEA KING.
  • Poem SAVE THE BOYS.
  • Poem NOTHING AND SOMETHING.
  • Poem VASHTI.
  • Poem THANK GOD FOR LITTLE CHILDREN.
  • Poem THE MARTYR OF ALABAMA.
  • Poem THE NIGHT OF DEATH.
  • Poem MOTHER'S TREASURES.
  • Poem THE REFINER'S GOLD.
  • Poem A STORY OF THE REBELLION.
  • Poem BURIAL OF SARAH.
  • Poem GOING EAST.
  • Poem THE HERMIT'S SACRIFICE.
  • Poem SONGS FOR THE PEOPLE.
  • Poem LET THE LIGHT ENTER.
  • Poem AN APPEAL TO MY COUNTRYWOMEN.
  • Poem THEN AND NOW.
  • Poem MACEO.
  • Poem "FISHERS OF MEN."
  • Poem THE LOST BELLS.
  • Poem "DO NOT CHEER, MEN ARE DYING," SAID CAPT. PHILLIPS, IN THE SPANISH-AMERICAN WAR.
  • Poem THE BURDENS OF ALL.