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" Whoever you are, now I place my hand upon you, that you be my poem, I whisper with my lips close to your ear, I have loved many women and men, but I love none better than you. "
Pragmatism, a New Name for Some Old Ways of Thinking: Popular Lectures on ... - Page 274
by William James - 1907 - 308 pages
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Poems

Walt Whitman - American poetry - 1868 - 403 pages
...work, farms, clothes, the house, medicine, print, buying, selling, eating, drinking, suffering, dying. Whoever you are, now I place my hand upon you, that...with my lips close to your ear, I have loved many women and men, but I love none Oh ! I have been dilatory and dumb ; J should have made my way straight...
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American poems, selected and ed. by W.M. Rossetti

William Michael Rossetti - American poetry - 1873 - 512 pages
...work, farms, clothes, the house, medicine, print, buying, selling, eating, drinking, suffering, dying. Whoever you are, now I place my hand upon you, that...with my lips close to your ear, I have loved many women and men, but I love none Oh I have been dilatory and dumb ; I should have made my way straight...
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American poems. With short biogr. notices of the most celebrated American ...

1878
...work, farms, clothes, the house, medicine, print, buying, selling, eating, drinking, suffering, dying. Whoever you are, now I place my hand upon you, that...with my lips close to your ear, I have loved many women and men, but I love none Oh I have been dilatory and dumb ; • I should have made my way straight...
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Leaves of Grass

Walt Whitman - 1882 - 382 pages
...commerce, shops, work, farms, clothes, the house, buying, selling, eating, drinking, suffering, dying. Whoever you are, now I place my hand upon you, that...with my lips close to your ear, I have loved many women and men, but I love none better than you. 0 I have been dilatory and dumb, 1 should have made...
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Leaves of Grass

Philosophy of life - 1883 - 382 pages
...commerce, shops, work, farms, clothes, the house, buying, selling, eating, drinking, suffering, dying. Whoever you are, now I place my hand upon you, that...with my lips close to your ear, I have loved many women and men, but I love none better than you. 0 I have been dilatory and dumb, 1 should have made...
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Leaves of Grass

Walt Whitman - Composers - 1897 - 455 pages
...commerce, shops, work, farms, clothes, the house, buying, selling, eating, drinking, suffering, dying. Whoever you are, now I place my hand upon you, that...with my lips close to your ear, I have loved many women and men, but I love none better than you. 0 I have been dilatory and dumb, 1 should have made...
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Leaves of Grass: Including Sands at Seventy, Good Bye My Fancy, Old Age ...

Walt Whitman - 1897 - 455 pages
...my hand upon you, that you be my poem, I whisper with my lips close to your ear, I have loved many women and men, but I love none better than you. 0 I have been dilatory and dumb, I should have made my way straight to you long ago, I should have blabb'd nothing but you, I should...
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Selections from the Prose and Poetry of Walt Whitman

Walt Whitman - American literature - 1898 - 257 pages
...commerce, shops, work, farms, clothes, the house, buying, selling, eating, drinking, suffering, dying. Whoever you are, now I place my hand upon you, that...with my lips close to your ear, I have loved many women and men, but I love none better than you. 0 I have been dilatory and dumb, 1 should have made...
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Selections from the Prose and Poetry of Walt Whitman

Walt Whitman - American literature - 1898 - 257 pages
...shops, work, farms, clothes, the house, buying, selling, eating, drinking, suffering, dying. \Vhoever you are, now I place my hand upon you, that you be...with my lips close to your ear, I have loved many women and men, but I love none better than you. 0 I have been dilatory and dumb, 1 should have made...
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Leaves of Grass

Walt Whitman - American poetry - 1900 - 516 pages
...work, forms, clothes, the house, medicine, print, buying, selling, eating, drinking, suffering, dying.' Whoever you are, now I place my hand upon you, that...with my lips close to your ear, I have loved many women and men, but I love none better than you. 0 I have been dilatory and dumb ; 1 should have made...
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