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Song Title, Album, Language
All song lyrics
To die - without the Dying (1017)English
102 Great Caesar! CondescendEnglish
1028 'Twas my one GloryEnglish
1030 That Such have died enable UsEnglish
1031 Fate slew Him, but He did not dropEnglish
1032 His Bill an Auger isEnglish
107 'Twas such a little – little boatEnglish
109 By a flower — By a letterEnglish
1092 It was not Saint—it was too large—English
110 Artists wrestled here!English
1101 Between the form of Life and LifeEnglish
1102 His Bill is clasped — his Eye forsookEnglish
1106 We do not know the time we loseEnglish
1108 A Diamond on the HandEnglish
1111 Some Wretched creature, savior takeEnglish
1112 That this should feel the need of DeathEnglish
1113 There is a strength in proving that it can be borneEnglish
1114 The largest Fire ever knownEnglish
1115 The murmuring of Bees, has ceasedEnglish
1116 There is another LonelinessEnglish
1117 A Mine there is no Man would ownEnglish
112 Where bells no more affright the mornEnglish
1121 Time does go onEnglish
1127 Soft as the massacre of SunsEnglish
1128 These are the Nights that Beetles loveEnglish
113 Our share of night to bearEnglish
1137. The duties of the Wind are fewEnglish
1140 The Day grew small, surrounded tightEnglish
1145 In thy long Paradise of LightEnglish
1146 When Etna basks and purrsEnglish
1149 I noticed People disappearedEnglish
1151 Soul, take thy riskEnglish
1154 A full fed Rose on meals of TintEnglish
1157 Some Days retired from the restEnglish
1163 God made no act without a causeEnglish
118 My friend attacks my friend!English
1210 The Sea said "Come" to the BrookEnglish
122 A something in a summer's DayEnglish
1222 The Riddle we can guessEnglish
1242 To flee from memoryEnglish
1275 The Spider as an ArtistEnglish
1292 Yesterday is HistoryEnglish
1298. The Mushroom is the Elf of PlantsEnglish
1301 I cannot want it moreEnglish
1302 I think that the Root of the Wind is WaterEnglish
1306 Surprise is like a thrilling — pungentEnglish
1309 The Infinite a sudden GuestEnglish
131 Besides the Autumn poets singEnglish
1310 The Notice that is called the SpringEnglish
1315 Which is the best — the Moon or the Crescent?English
1316 Winter is good — his Hoar DelightsEnglish
1319 How News must feel when travellingEnglish
1324 I send you a decrepit flowerEnglish
1327 The Symptom of the GaleEnglish
1329 Whether they have forgottenEnglish
133 As Children bid the Guest "Good NightEnglish
1330 Without a smile — Without a ThroeEnglish
1336 Nature assigns the SunEnglish
1339. A Bee his burnished CarriageEnglish
1340 Unto the Whole — how add?English
1348 Lift it — with the FeathersEnglish
1349 I'd rather recollect a settingEnglish
1350 Luck is not chanceEnglish
1354 The Heart is the Capital of the MindEnglish
1356 The Rat is the concisest TenantEnglish
1357 "Faithful to the end" Amended... (two versions)English
1358 The Treason of an accent (two versions)English
1359 The long sigh of the FrogEnglish
1363 Summer laid her simple HatEnglish
1364 How know it from a Summer's Day?English
1365 Take all awayEnglish
1367 "Tomorrow" — whose location...English
1368 Love's stricken "why"...English
1372 The Sun is one — and on the TareEnglish
1373 The worthlessness of Earthly thingsEnglish
1379 His Mansion in the PoolEnglish
1380 How much the present moment meansEnglish
1381 I suppose the time will comeEnglish
1382 In many and reportless placesEnglish
1383 Long Years apart — can make noEnglish
1385 "Secrets" is a daily wordEnglish
1387 The Butterfly's Numidian GownEnglish
1389 Touch lightly Nature's sweet GuitarEnglish
1391 They might not need me but; they mightEnglish
1397 It sounded as if the Streets were runningEnglish
1399 Perhaps they do not go so farEnglish
14 One Sister have I in our houseEnglish
1403 My Maker — let me beEnglish
1405 Bees are Black, with Gilt SurcinglesEnglish
1406 No Passenger was known to fleeEnglish
1420 One Joy of so much anguishEnglish
1422 Summer has two BeginningsEnglish
1423 The fairest Home I ever knewEnglish
1430 Who never wanted — maddest JoyEnglish
1437 A Dew sufficed itselfEnglish
1445 Death is the supple SuitorEnglish
1446 His Mind like Fabrics of the EastEnglish
1447 How good his Lava BedEnglish
1448 How soft a Caterpillar stepsEnglish
1449 I thought the Train would never comeEnglish
1450 Whoever disenchantsEnglish
1452 Your thoughts don't have words every dayEnglish
1456 So gay a FlowerEnglish
1461 "Heavenly Father" — take to theeEnglish
1462 We knew not that we were to liveEnglish
1465 Before you thought of SpringEnglish
1467 A little overflowing wordEnglish
1469 If wrecked upon the Shoal of ThoughtEnglish
1470 The Sweets of Pillage, can be knownEnglish
1475 Fame is the one that does not stayEnglish
1477 How destitute is heEnglish
1478 Look back on Time, with kindly eyes -English
1481 The way Hope builds his HouseEnglish
1483 The Robin is a GabrielEnglish
1508 You cannot make remembrance growEnglish
1544 (2) Who has not found the Heaven — below —English
1544 Who has not found the Heaven — below —English
1587 He ate and drank the precious WordsEnglish
1599 Though the great Waters sleepEnglish
16 I would distil a cupEnglish
1601. Of God we ask one favor.English
1605. Each that we lose takes part of us.English
1619 Not knowing when the Dawn will comeEnglish
1652 Advance is Life's condition.English
1654. Beauty crowds me till I die.English
1675 Of this is Day composedEnglish
170 Portraits are to daily facesEnglish
1700 To tell the Beauty would decreaseEnglish
1701 To their apartment deepEnglish
1708 Witchcraft has not a PedigreeEnglish
1709 With sweetness unabatedEnglish
1717 Did life's penurious lengthEnglish
172 'Tis so much joy! 'Tis so much joy!English
172 'Tis so much joy! 'Tis so much joy! (Alternative version)English
1720 Had I known that the first was the lastEnglish
1722 Her face was in a bed of hairEnglish
1723 High from the earth I heard a birdEnglish
1725 I took one Draught of LifeEnglish
1727 If ever the lid gets off my headEnglish
1730 "Lethe" in my flowerEnglish
1734 Oh, honey of an hourEnglish
1735 One crown that no one seeksEnglish
1741 That it will never come againEnglish
1746 The most important populationEnglish
1758 Where every bird is bold to goEnglish
1761 A train went through a burial gateEnglish
1762 Were natural mortal ladyEnglish
1763 Fame is a beeEnglish
1764 The saddest noise, the sweetest noiseEnglish
1765 That Love is all there isEnglish
182 If I should n't be aliveEnglish
194 On this long storm the rainbow roseEnglish
199 I'm "wife" – I've finished thatEnglish
204 A slash of BlueEnglish
214 I taste a liquor never brewedEnglish
230 We — Bee and I — live by the quaffingEnglish
239 "Heaven"—is what I cannot reach!English
243 I've known a Heaven, like a TentEnglish
301 I reason, Earth is shortEnglish
318 I'll tell you how the Sun roseEnglish
319 The nearest Dream recedes — unrealizedEnglish
32 When Roses cease to bloom, SirEnglish
335 'Tis not that Dying hurts us soEnglish
347 When Night is almost doneEnglish
365. I know that He existsEnglish
376 Of Course—I prayedEnglish
377 To lose one's faith — surpassEnglish
379 Rehearsal to OurselvesEnglish
380 There is a flower that Bees preferEnglish
381 A Secret toldEnglish
403 The Winters are so shortEnglish
407. If What we Could - were what we would.English
409 They dropped like FlakesEnglish
415. Sunset at Night is natural.English
42. There is a wordEnglish
440 'Tis customary as we partEnglish
444 It feels a shame to be AliveEnglish
446. He showed me Hights.English
456 So well that I can live without...English
475 Doom is the House without the DoorEnglish (other varieties)Translation
48 Once more, my now bewildered DoveEnglish
5 I have a Bird in springEnglish
500 Within my Garden, rides a BirdEnglish
505 I would not paint — a pictureEnglish
514 Her smile was shaped like other smilesEnglish
515 No Crowd that has occurredEnglish
516 Beauty — be not caused — It IsEnglish
52 Whether my bark went down at seaEnglish
524 Departed to the judgmentEnglish
53. Taken from man.English
54 - If I Should DieEnglish
540 I took my Power in my HandEnglish
543 I fear a Man of frugal SpeechEnglish
544 The Martyr Poets – did not tellEnglish
563 I could not prove the Years had feetEnglish
585 I like to see it lap the MilesEnglish
590 Did you ever stand in a Cavern's MouthEnglish
600 It troubled me as once I wasEnglish
601 A still — Volcano — LifeEnglish
602 Of Brussels — it was notEnglish
603 He found my Being — set it upEnglish
605 The Spider holds a Silver BallEnglish
606 The Trees like Tassels — hit — and swungEnglish
608 Afraid! Of whom am I afraid?English
619 Glee! the great storm is over!English
623 It was too late for manEnglish
624 Forever — is composed of NowsEnglish, Latin
625 'Twas a long Parting — but the timeEnglish
63 If pain for peace preparesEnglish
630 The Lightning playeth — all the whileEnglish
632 The Brain — is wider than the SkyEnglish
643 I could suffice for Him, I knewEnglish
644 You left me — Sire — two LegaciesEnglish
653 Of Being is a BirdEnglish
654 A long — long Sleep — A famous — Sleep...English
655 Without this — there is noughtEnglish
656 The name — of it — is "Autumn"English
662 Embarrassment of one anotherEnglish
664 Of all the Souls that stand createEnglish
667 Bloom upon the Mountain — stated...English
669 No Romance sold untoEnglish
675 Essential Oils — are wrungEnglish
681 Soil of Flint, if steady tilledEnglish
682 'Twould ease — a ButterflyEnglish
684 Best Gains — must have the Losses' TestEnglish
685 Not "Revelation" — 'tis — that waitsEnglish
687 I'll send the feather from my Hat!English
69. Remorse Is Memory AwakeEnglish
695. As if the Sea should part.English
Live: Bragernes kirke.
699 The Judge is like the OwlEnglish
705 Suspense — is Hostiler than DeathEnglish
713 Fame of Myself, to justifyEnglish
714 Rest at NightEnglish
720 No Prisoner beEnglish
729 Alter! When the Hills doEnglish
73 Who never lost, are unpreparedEnglish
739 I many times thought Peace had comeEnglish
76 Exultation is the goingEnglish
761 From Blank to BlankEnglish
77 I never hear the word "Escape"English
783 The Birds begun at Four o'clockEnglish
809 Unable are the Loved to dieEnglish
810 Her Grace is all she hasEnglish
820 All Circumstances are the FrameEnglish
826 Love reckons by itself — aloneEnglish
827 The Only News I knowEnglish
828 The Robin is the OneEnglish
832 Soto! Explore thyself!English
834 Before He comes we weigh the Time!English
838 Impossibility, like WineEnglish
839 Always Mine!English
840 I cannot buy it — 'tis not soldEnglish
841 A Moth the hue of thisEnglish
842 Good to hide, and hear 'em hunt!English
843 I made slow Riches but my GainEnglish
844 Spring is the PeriodEnglish
849 The good Will of a FlowerEnglish
851 When the Astronomer stops seekingEnglish
855 To own the Art within the SoulEnglish
86 For every bird a nestEnglish
861 Split the Lark — and you'll find the MusicEnglish
863 That Distance was between UsEnglish
865 He outstripped Time with but a BoutEnglish
866 Fame is the tint that Scholars leaveEnglish
867 Escaping backward to perceiveEnglish
868 They ask but our DelightEnglish
873 Ribbons of the YearEnglish
875 I stepped from Plank to PlankEnglish
877 Each Scar I'll keep for HimEnglish
878 The Sun is gay or starkEnglish
882 A Shade upon the mind there passesEnglish
883 The Poets light but LampsEnglish
884 An Everywhere of SilverEnglish
885 Our little Kinsmen — after RainEnglish
886 These tested Our HorizonEnglish
891 To my quick ear the Leaves — conferredEnglish
892 Who occupies this House?English
898 How happy I was if I could forgetEnglish
90 Within my reachEnglish
905 Between My Country — and the OthersEnglish
909 I make His Crescent fill or lackEnglish
910 Experience is the Angled RoadEnglish
912 Peace is a fiction of our FaithEnglish
914 I cannot be ashamedEnglish
917 Love - is anterior to LifeEnglish
920 We can but follow to the SunEnglish
921 If it had no pencilEnglish
931 Noon — is the Hinge of DayEnglish
932 My best Acquaintances are thoseEnglish
938 Fairer through Fading — as the DayEnglish
947 Of Tolling Bell I ask the cause?English
949 Under the Light, yet underEnglish
950 The Sunset stopped on CottagesEnglish
951 As Frost is best conceivedEnglish
952 A Man may make a RemarkEnglish
954 The Chemical convictionEnglish
955 The Hollows round His eager EyesEnglish
958 We met as Sparks — Diverging FlintsEnglish
960 As plan for Noon and plan for NightEnglish
974 The Soul's distinct connectionEnglish
A Bee his burnished carriageEnglish
A Bird Came Down the WalkEnglish
A Book (1286)English
A Burdock clawed my gownEnglish
A Cap of Lead across the SkyEnglish
A charm invests a faceEnglish
A chilly peace infests the grassEnglish
A Clock stoppedEnglish
A coffin is a small domainEnglish
A counterfeit - a plated personEnglish
A curious cloud surprised the skyEnglish
A darting fear - a pomp - a tearEnglish
A Death blow is a life blow to someEnglish
A dimple in the TombEnglish
A Door Just OpenedEnglish
A drop fell on the apple-treeEnglish
A faded boy - in sallow clothesEnglish
A great Hope fellEnglish
A Lady red - amid the hillEnglish
A Letter is a joy of EarthEnglish
A light exists in SpringEnglish
A little snow was here and thereEnglish
A long, long sleep, a famous sleepEnglish
A narrow Fellow in the GrassEnglish
A nearness to Tremendousness (963)English
A Pang is more conspicuous in SpringEnglish
A poor — torn heart — a tattered heart —English
A precious—mouldering pleasureEnglish
A Rat surrendered hereEnglish
A sepal, petal, and a thornEnglish
A shady friend for torrid daysEnglish
A Sparrow took a Slice of TwigEnglish
A spider sewed at nightEnglish
A Toad can die of LightEnglish
A Wind That RoseEnglish
A Word Is DeadEnglish
Complete Poems (1924)
A Wounded Deer Leaps HighestEnglish
Abraham to kill him --English
Adrift (CXXIX)English
Complete Poems, 1924
After a hundred yearsEnglish
After great pain, a formal feeling comesEnglish
Air has no Residence, no NeighborEnglish
All forgot for recollectingEnglish
All that I doEnglish
Ample make this BedEnglish
An altered look about the hillsEnglish
An awful Tempest mashed the airEnglish
An Hour is a SeaEnglish
And this of all my hopesEnglish
Angels, in the early morningEnglish
Answer JulyEnglish
As if some little Arctic flowerEnglish
As imperceptibly as griefEnglish
As Summer into Autumn slipsEnglish
At last -- to be identified!English
At least to pray is left, is left.English
At leisure is the Soul (618)English
Because I could not stop for Death (479)English
Because my Brook is fluentEnglish
Bee! I'm expecting you!English
Before the ice is in the poolsEnglish
Behind me—dips Eternity—English
Besides this MayEnglish
Best Witchcraft is GeometryEnglish
Bind me - I still can sing -English
Bring me the Sunset in a CupEnglish
By a departing lightEnglish
By Chivalries as tinyEnglish
By my Window have I for SceneryEnglish
Come slowly, Eden!English
Could live -- did live --English
Count not that far that can be hadEnglish
Crumbling is not an instant's Act (1010)English
Dear March - Come inEnglish
Delight's Despair at settingEnglish
Distance -- is not the Realm of FoxEnglish
Elysium is as far as toEnglish
Empty my heart, of theeEnglish
Estranged from Beauty - none can be -English
Exhilaration is the BreezeEnglish
Expectation -- is Contentment --English
F1425A - They might not need me, yet they mightEnglish
Fame is a fickle foodEnglish
Forbidden fruit a flavor hasEnglish
Frequently, the woods are pinkEnglish
From his slim Palace in the DustEnglish
Given in marriage unto TheeEnglish
God is indeed a jealous God (1752)English
Going to Heaven!English
Good Morning -- Midnight --English
Have you got a brook in your little heartEnglish
He scanned it - staggeredEnglish
He touched me, so I live to knowEnglish
Heart not so heavy as mineEnglish
Heart, we will forget himEnglish
Her breast is fit for pearlsEnglish
Here, where the Daisies fit my HeadEnglish
Hope is a strange invention (1392)English
Hope Is the Thing With FeathersEnglish
How happy is the little stoneEnglish
How the Waters closed above HimEnglish
I Bet With Every Wind That BlewEnglish
I Came to buy a smile—todayEnglish
I can wade GriefEnglish
I cannot dance upon my ToesEnglish
I Cannot Live With You (640)English
I cannot meet the Spring unmoved —English
I could not drink it, SweetEnglish
I Died for BeautyEnglish
I Dwell in PossibilityEnglish
I Felt A Cleaving In My MindEnglish
I felt a funeral in my brainEnglish
I felt my life with both my handsEnglish
I found the words to every thoughtEnglish
I gave myself to himEnglish
I Had a Daily BlissEnglish
I had a guinea goldenEnglish
I Had No Time to Hate, BecauseEnglish
I had some things that I called mineEnglish
I have no life but thisEnglish
I Held a Jewel in My FingersEnglish
I hide myself within my flower (903)English
I hide myself within my flower (variant of 903)English
I like a look of agonyEnglish
I measure every Grief I meetEnglish
I never saw a moorEnglish
I reckon - when I count at all -English
I shall keep singing!English
I shall know why, when time is overEnglish
I should not dare to leave my friendEnglish
I sing to use the waitingEnglish
I started Early – Took my DogEnglish
I think to live—May be a BlissEnglish
I went to HeavenEnglish
I've heard an organ talk sometimesEnglish
I've seen a Dying EyeEnglish
If all the griefs I am to haveEnglish
If I can stop one heart from breakingEnglish
If I Should Cease to Bring a RoseEnglish
If I'm lost -- nowEnglish
If she had been the mistletoeEnglish
If this is '' fading''.English
If You Were Coming In The FallEnglish
If your Nerve, deny you (292)English
In falling timbers buriedEnglish
In lands I never saw -- they sayEnglish
In the name of the beeEnglish
In this short Life (1287)English
Indian SummerEnglish
It makes no difference abroadEnglish
It might be lonelierEnglish
It sifts from leaden sievesEnglish
It was a quiet Way –English
It's All I Have To Bring TodayEnglish
It's such a little thing to weepEnglish
I’m Nobody! Who Are You?English
Least Bee that brew -- a Honey's WeightEnglish
Lest this be heaven Indeed.English
Let down the bars, O Death!English
Let my first Knowing be of theeEnglish
Let us play yesterdayEnglish
Lightly stepped a yellow starEnglish
Like Brooms of SteelEnglish
Like Rain it sounded till it swelledEnglish
Love can do all but raise the DeadEnglish
Make me a Picture of the SunEnglish
Many a phraseEnglish
March is the Month of Expectation.English
Mine enemy is growing oldEnglish
Morns like these - we parted -English
Much Madness is Divinest SenseEnglish
My first well Day -- since many ill --English
My Friend Must Be a BirdEnglish
My Life Closed Twice Before Its Close (1732)English
My Life had stood – a Loaded GunEnglish
My Wheel is in the DarkEnglish
Nature rarer uses yellowEnglish
Nature, the gentlest motherEnglish
New feet within my garden goEnglish
No matter - now - Sweet -English
Nobody knows this little roseEnglish
Not with a club a heart is brokenEnglish
Now I lay thee down to sleepEnglish
On this wondrous seaEnglish
One Dignity Delays for AllEnglish
One need not be a Chamber — to be Haunted —English
Opinion is a flitting thing (1455)English
Our lives are SwissEnglish
Over the fenceEnglish
Pain - Has an element of blankEnglish
Pain — expands the Time —English
Papa above! (61)English
Partake as doth the BeeEnglish
Pass to thy Rendezvous of LightEnglish
Perception of an object costsEnglish
Poor little heart!English
Prayer is the little implementEnglish
Presentiment -- is that long shadow -- on the LawnEnglish
Proud of My Broken HeartEnglish
Pursuing you in your transitionsEnglish
Remembrance has a Rear and FrontEnglish
Safe in their Alabaster ChambersEnglish
Shall I take thee, the Poet saidEnglish
She bore it till the simple veinsEnglish
She dealt her pretty words like Blades (F458 / J479)English
She died, - this was the way she diedEnglish
She sights a Bird—she chucklesEnglish
She slept beneath a treeEnglish
Silence is all we dreadEnglish
Sleep is supposed to beEnglish
So bashful when I spied herEnglish
So has a Daisy vanishedEnglish
So set its Sun in TheeEnglish
So the Eyes accost – and sunderEnglish
Softened by Time’s consummate plushEnglish
Some Rainbow — coming from the Fair! (64)English
Some say goodnight — at night —English
Some Things That Fly There BeEnglish
Soul, wilt thou toss again?English
Spring comes on the WorldEnglish
Summer for theeEnglish
Surgeons Must Be Very CarefulEnglish
Teach Him – When He makes the names –English
Tell all the Truth but tell it slant (1129)English
That I did always loveEnglish
The Auctioneer of PartingEnglish
The BeeEnglish
The Bee is not afraid of meEnglish
The bumble of a beeEnglish
The Bustle in a HouseEnglish
The butterfly obtainsEnglish
Ten Emily Dickinson Songs
The Crickets sangEnglish
The Daisy follows soft the SunEnglish
The Days that we can spare (1184)English
The first We knew of Him was Death (1006)English
The Going From a World we Know (1603)English
The Grass so Little has to DoEnglish
The grave my little cottage isEnglish
The hallowing of PainEnglish
The heart asks for pleasure—first—English
The Inundation of the SpringEnglish
The Mind lives on the HeartEnglish
The missing all— prevented meEnglish
The Mountain sat upon the PlainEnglish
The Mystery of PainEnglish
The Overtakelessness of Those (1691)English
The Pedigree of HoneyEnglish
The Road was lit with Moon and star—English
The Rose did caper on her cheekEnglish
The Savior must have beenEnglish
The sky is low, the clouds are meanEnglish
The Soul has Bandaged momentsEnglish
The soul selects her own societyEnglish
The Soul Unto ItselfEnglish
The StormEnglish
The Sun kept settingEnglish
The Sun went down - no Man looked on -English
The things that never can come back, are several—English
The wind tapped like a tired manEnglish
The Wind took up the Northern ThingsEnglish
The Work Of Her That WentEnglish
The world feels dustyEnglish
There is a morn by men unseenEnglish
There is another skyEnglish
There is no Silence in the EarthEnglish
There's a certain Slant of lightEnglish
The poems of Emily Dickinson
These Fevered Days - to take them to the ForestEnglish
They called me to the Window, forEnglish
They say that ”Time assuages”—English
This is My Letter to the WorldEnglish
This quiet Dust was Gentlemen and LadiesEnglish
This World is not ConclusionEnglish
Those - dying thenEnglish
Those final Creatures, -- who they are --English
Tie the Strings to my Life, My LordEnglish
To die - takes just a little whileEnglish
To him who keeps an Orchis' heartEnglish
To lose theeEnglish
To make a prairie it takes a clover and one beeEnglish
To mend each tattered FaithEnglish
To venerate the simple daysEnglish
To wait an Hour - is longEnglish
Too few the mornings beEnglish
Too happy Time dissolves itselfEnglish
Two butterflies went out at noonEnglish
Unto a broken heartEnglish
Upon the gallows hung a wretchEnglish
Victory comes lateEnglish
We dream - it is good we are dreamingEnglish
We grow accustomed to the DarkEnglish
We like MarchEnglish
We lose because we winEnglish
We Never Know How High We AreEnglish
We outgrow love like other thingsEnglish
We play at Paste (320)English
We pray -- to Heaven --English
We talked as Girls doEnglish
What if I say I shall not waitEnglish
What Inn is thisEnglish
What is -- "Paradise"English
When a Lover is a BeggarEnglish
When they come back - if Blossoms do -English
White as an Indian pipeEnglish
Who robbed the woodsEnglish
Why do I love You, Sir? (480)English
Why-do they shut me out of heaven?English
Wild Nights (249)English
Will there really be a "Morning"? (101)English
With a FlowerEnglish
You ask of my companionsEnglish
You cannot put a Fire outEnglish
You've seen balloons set, haven't you?English
’T is an honorable thoughtEnglish
“Faith” is a fine invention (202)English