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COME, SAID MY SOUL,
AUTHOR'S NOTE FROM 1891-2 EDITION. As there are now several editions of L. of G., different texts and dates, I wish to say that I prefer and recommend this present one, complete, for future printing, if there should be any; a copy and fac-simile, indeed, of the text of these 438 pages. The subsequent adjusting interval which is so important to form'd and launch'd work, books especially, has pass'd ; and waiting till fully after that, I have given (pages 423-438) my concluding words.
These concluding words appear on pp. 433-446 of the present edition.
STARTING FROM PAUMANOK
SONG OF MYSELF
CHILDREN OF ADAM.
TO THE GARDEN THE WORLD
FROM PENT-UP ACHING RIVERS
I SING THE BODY ELECTRIC
A WOMAN WAITS FOR ME
SPONTANEOUS ME .
ONE HOUR TO MADNESS AND JOY
OUT OF THE ROLLING OCEAN THE CROWD
AGES AND Ages RETURNING AT INTERVALS
We Two, How LONG WE WERE FOOL'D
O HYMEN! O HYMENEE!.
I AM HE THAT ACHES WITH Love
ONCE I PASS'D THROUGH A POPULOUS City
I HEARD YOU SOLEMN-SWEET PIPES OF THE ORGAN .
FACING WEST FROM CALIFORNIA'S SHORES
AS ADAM EARLY IN THE MORNING
PIONEERS! O PIONEERS !
To You .