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Fuller, Margaret Witter   
2 poems available by this author


LOOK DOWN, YOU WATCHERS    Poem Text    
First Line: You watchers of the stars in the clear night
Last Line: And die, not seeing one retreating bar.


SKYSCRAPERS    Poem Text    
First Line: Is steel no more than steel? - stone more than stone?
Last Line: As sons at home among the sons of god.
Subject(s): Skyscrapers



Fuller, Sarah Margaret    Poet's Biography
Alternate Author Name(s): Fuller, Margaret; Ossoli, Marchioness; Ossoli, Margaret Fuller
18 poems available by this author


BEETHOVEN    Poem Text    
First Line: Most intellectual master of the art
Last Line: Notes of high triumph swell, and we are thine again!
Subject(s): Beethoven, Ludwig Van (1770-1827); Composers; Music & Musicians


BESTOWAL       
First Line: Knock at my heart. And I will ope


DRYAD SONG    Poem Text    
First Line: I am immortal! I know it! I feel it!
Last Line: Me from the spirit of life!
Subject(s): Religion; Theology


ENCOURAGEMENT       
First Line: O friend divine, this promise dear
Subject(s): Transcendentalism


FLAXMAN    Poem Text    
First Line: We deemed the secret lost, the spirit gone
Last Line: Forgetting daily self, my truest self I find.


FREEDOM AND TRUTH    Poem Text    
First Line: The shrine is vowed to freedom, but, my friend
Last Line: Comprising means and end in truth's great name.
Subject(s): Freedom; Truth; Liberty


GOVERNOR EVERETT RECEIVING THE INDIAN CHIEFS, 1837, SELS.       
First Line: Shorn of his strength, the samson now must sue
Last Line: Might makes right here, but god and time are just
Subject(s): Native Americans; Social Protest


ILLINOIS       
First Line: Familiar to the childish mind were tales


INSTRUMENTAL MUSIC    Poem Text    
First Line: The charms of melody, in simple airs
Last Line: Blesses our earth-bound state with visions of supernal day.
Subject(s): Music & Musicians


LIFE A TEMPLE       
First Line: The temple round
Subject(s): Transcendentalism


LINES WRITTEN IN BOSTON ON A BEAUTIFUL AUTUMNAL DAY       
First Line: As late we lived upon the gentle stream
Last Line: I would not nature these last loving words in vain should say
Subject(s): Autumn; Boston; Seasons


MEDITATIONS       
First Line: The clouds are marshalling across the sky
Last Line: With heavenward-look, and phoenix-plumes upsoaring!


MOZART    Poem Text    
First Line: If to the intellect and passions strong
Last Line: Purify most those hearts which most they melt.
Subject(s): Mozart, Wolfgang Amadeus (1756-1791)


OCEAN       
First Line: Tell me, brother, what are we?
Subject(s): Transcendentalism


ONE IN ALL       
First Line: There are who separate the eternal light
Last Line: Nor seek a home till home be every where!


PASSION-FLOWER       
First Line: My love gave me a passion-flower


SISTRUM    Poem Text    
First Line: Triune, shaping, restless power
Last Line: Nature in eternity.


THE SONG THAT MOTHER SANG TO CUSH (IN NOAH'S ARK)    Poem Text    
First Line: O hush-a-bye, my darling, - hush!
Last Line: Of hearts that know his love.
Subject(s): Arks; Sea; Singing & Singers; Ocean; Songs