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Entered according to Act of Congress, in the year eighteen hundred and forty-two, by H. W. LONGFELLOW, in the Clerk's office of the District Court of the District of Massachusetts.
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org/files/44398/44398-h/44398-h. I had not then heard of Dr.Poems on Slavery.. PAGE TO WILLIAM E. CHANNING THE SLAVE'S DREAM THE GOOD PART THE SLAVE IN THE DISMAL SWAMP THE SLAVE SINGING AT MIDNIGHT THE WITNESSES THE QUADROON GIRL THE WARNING 9 11 15 18 21 23 26 30 [The following poems.—A Project Gutenb. the poem addressed to him is no longer appropriate. Channing's death. in the latter part of October.gutenberg. http://www.. a feeble testimony of my admiration for a great and good man. with one exception. I have decided. by Henry Wadsworth Longfellow.] 4 of 31 12/11/2013 2:56 PM . to let it remain as it was written.htm C ONT E NT S . Since that event. however. were written at sea.
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hewed for the Temple of the Gods. Was set at liberty and freed from service.Poems on Slavery.. The great work ended. http://www.org/files/44398/44398-h/44398-h. in his fiery youth. were dismissed and fed At the public cost. That. nay. Appoints no end to the sufferings of his slave. that from the quarry drew Marble. The Athenian mules. but man. from his wide nostrils Neighed courage to his rider..—A Project Gutenb. bearing his lord Safe to triumphant victory. old or wounded.htm The noble horse. faithful dogs have found Their sepulchres. by Henry Wadsworth Longfellow. and brake through Groves of opposed pikes. to man more cruel. 7 of 31 12/11/2013 2:56 PM .gutenberg. MASSINGER.
that cried To John in Patmos. This Day of Wrath. whose whips and yokes Insult humanity.. http://www.org/files/44398/44398-h/44398-h. ever said..—A Project Gutenb. Like Luther's. A voice is ever at thy side Speaking in tones of might. responding. And as I closed each one. C HA NNI NG. in the days of old.Poems on Slavery. This dread Apocalypse! 8 of 31 12/11/2013 2:56 PM . My heart. Half-battles for the free.htm TO WI L L IAM E . by Henry Wadsworth Longfellow. "Servant of God! well done!" Well done! Thy words are great and bold. The feudal curse. Record this dire eclipse. The pages of thy book I read. Go on.gutenberg. until this land revokes The old and chartered Lie. this Endless Wail. Like the prophetic voice. At times they seem to me. "Write!" Write! and tell out this bloody tale.
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He saw once more his dark-eyed queen Among her children stand. in the mist and shadow of sleep. And the hyæna scream.—A Project Gutenb. He saw his Native Land. They clasped his neck. Again. with their myriad tongues.htm Beside the ungathered rice he lay. That he started in his sleep and smiled At their tempestuous glee. At night he heard the lion roar.Poems on Slavery. From morn till night he followed their flight. And the river-horse.. like a glorious roll of drums. His breast was bare. The bright flamingoes flew.gutenberg. Beneath the palm-trees on the plain Once more a king he strode. Till he saw the roofs of Caffre huts. like a blood-red flag. they kissed his cheeks. With a voice so wild and free. Through the triumph of his dream. And the ocean rose to view. with a martial clank. O'er plains where the tamarind grew. Before him. And the Blast of the Desert cried aloud. as he crushed the reeds Beside some hidden stream. http://www. His sickle in his hand. And then at furious speed he rode Along the Niger's bank. And. by Henry Wadsworth Longfellow. Wide through the landscape of his dreams The lordly Niger flowed. They held him by the hand!— A tear burst from the sleeper's lids And fell into the sand. His bridle-reins were golden chains. his matted hair Was buried in the sand. Shouted of liberty. And heard the tinkling caravans Descend the mountain-road.org/files/44398/44398-h/44398-h. The forests. 10 of 31 12/11/2013 2:56 PM . And it passed. At each leap he could feel his scabbard of steel Smiting his stallion's flank..
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To cast the captive's chains aside. In valleys green and cool. And oft the blessed time foretells When all men shall be free. For she was rich. It is their prayers. She reads to them at eventide Of One who came to save. in meek humility. 12 of 31 12/11/2013 2:56 PM . And thus she walks among her girls With praise and mild rebukes.Poems on Slavery. Long since beyond the Southern Sea Their outbound sails have sped. like the transparent air That robes the hills above. She dwells by Great Kenhawa's side. Now earns her daily bread. and gave up all To break the iron bands Of those who waited in her hall. Their falling chains shall be.. Subduing e'en rude village churls By her angelic looks. by Henry Wadsworth Longfellow. Their blessing is the light of peace That shines upon her face. And musical. And liberate the slave. And labored in her lands. Though not of earth. which never cease. T H AT S HA L L N O T B E TAK E N AWAY.org/files/44398/44398-h/44398-h. Her soul.gutenberg. While she. http://www. And following her beloved Lord.. And all her hope and all her pride Are in the village school.—A Project Gutenb.htm T HE GOOD PART. In decent poverty. She makes her life one sweet record And deed of charity. as silver bells. That clothe her with such grace. encircles there All things with arms of love.
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Where will-o'-the-wisps and glowworms shine. Where waving mosses shroud the pine. Were the livery of disgrace. http://www...gutenberg. Lithe squirrels darted here and there. On him alone the curse of Cain Fell. And the cedar grows.htm T H E S L AVE IN T H E D IS M AL S WAM P. infirm and lame.Poems on Slavery. And the rags. And wild birds filled the echoing air With songs of Liberty! On him alone was the doom of pain. Or a human heart would dare. And heard at times a horse's tramp And a bloodhound's distant bay. He saw the fire of the midnight camp. From the morning of his birth. that hid his mangled frame. All things above were bright and fair. Great scars deformed his face. On the quaking turf of the green morass He crouched in the rank and tangled grass. and the poisonous vine Is spotted like the snake. Where hardly a human foot could pass.—A Project Gutenb. A poor old slave. On his forehead he bore the brand of shame. And struck him to the earth! 14 of 31 12/11/2013 2:56 PM . All things were glad and free. Like a wild beast in his lair. In dark fens of the Dismal Swamp The hunted Negro lay. In bulrush and in brake.org/files/44398/44398-h/44398-h. by Henry Wadsworth Longfellow. like a flail on the garnered grain.
. http://www. and ascriptions. Loud he sang the psalm of David! He. Sang he from the Hebrew Psalmist.gutenberg. For its tones by turns were glad.htm T H E S L AVE S IN GIN G AT M IDN IGH T. In that hour.. And the voice of his devotion Filled my soul with strange emotion. by Henry Wadsworth Longfellow. alas! what holy angel Brings the Slave this glad evangel? And what earthquake's arm of might Breaks his dungeon-gates at night? 15 of 31 12/11/2013 2:56 PM . When upon the Red Sea coast Perished Pharaoh and his host. Sang of Zion.org/files/44398/44398-h/44398-h. But. Such as reached the swart Egyptians. And an earthquake's arm of might Broke their dungeon-gates at night. wildly sad. Songs of triumph. Sang of Christ.Poems on Slavery. a Negro and enslaved. In a voice so sweet and clear That I could not choose but hear. bright and free. the Lord arisen. Sang of Israel's victory. Paul and Silas. Sweetly solemn. in their prison.—A Project Gutenb. when night is calmest.
—A Project Gutenb. Their wrists are cramped with gyves. "We are the Witnesses!" Within Earth's wide domains Are markets for men's lives. from yawning waves. with all their crews. that the kite In deserts makes its prey. Float ships. and pride. Anger. Deeper than plummet lies. http://www. Freighted with human forms. These are the bones of Slaves. They glare from the abyss. Lie skeletons in chains. "We are the Witnesses!" 16 of 31 12/11/2013 2:56 PM . With shackled feet and hands. They cry. Beyond the fall of dews. Dead bodies. by Henry Wadsworth Longfellow. That choke Life's groaning tide! These are the woes of Slaves.. There the black Slave-ship swims. fleshless limbs Are not the sport of storms. Their necks are galled with chains. and lust.gutenberg. The foulest. They cry.htm T HE W IT NE S S E S .org/files/44398/44398-h/44398-h. from unknown graves.. No more to sink or rise. rankest weeds.Poems on Slavery. In Ocean's wide domains. Whose fettered. They gleam from the abyss. Murders. that with affright Scare schoolboys from their play! All evil thoughts and deeds. Half buried in the sands.
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"My ship at anchor rides In yonder broad lagoon. Her eyes were. Odors of orange-flowers. His heart within him was at strife With such accursed gains. As lights in some cathedral aisle The features of a saint. For he knew whose passions gave her life. He seemed in haste to go. 18 of 31 12/11/2013 2:56 PM . And for the evening gale.—the farm is old.gutenberg. And all her listless crew Watched the gray alligator slide Into the still bayou. half amazed." The thoughtful Planter said.Poems on Slavery. And her own long. and spice. A Quadroon maiden stood. Her arms and neck were bare. Under the shore his boat was tied.—A Project Gutenb. Reached them from time to time. under his roof of thatch. Like airs that breathe from Paradise Upon a world of crime. Smoked thoughtfully and slow. And the rising of the moon. with her face upraised.htm The Slaver in the broad lagoon Lay moored with idle sail. and faint. gray..org/files/44398/44398-h/44398-h. And on her lips there played a smile As holy. In timid attitude. The Slaver's thumb was on the latch. No garment she wore save a kirtle gay. The Planter. http://www." Before them. like a falcon's. Then looked upon the Slaver's gold. Whose blood ran in her veins. Like one half curious.. meek. And then upon the maid. by Henry Wadsworth Longfellow. I only wait the evening tides. "The soil is barren. raven hair. He waited for the rising moon. He said.
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the scoff and jest of all. Till the vast Temple of our liberties A shapeless mass of wreck and rubbish lies. blind Samson in this land.. The poor.Poems on Slavery.org/files/44398/44398-h/44398-h. 20 of 31 12/11/2013 2:56 PM .—when. Beware! The Israelite of old. He saw the blessed light of heaven no more. and at last led forth to be A pander to Philistine revelry. Shorn of his strength. by Henry Wadsworth Longfellow. poor and blind. END. http://www. And shake the pillars of this Commonweal. Expired.— Upon the pillars of the temple laid His desperate hands. who tore The lion in his path. and with him those who made A cruel mockery of his sightless woe.htm T H E WAR NI NG. raise his hand. and in its overthrow Destroyed himself. and thousands perished in the fall! There is a poor.gutenberg. blind Slave.—A Project Gutenb. Who may. Shorn of his noble strength and forced to grind In prison. in some grim revel.. and bound in bonds of steel.
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