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feel or express extreme happiness or elation
  • Toward the male of the States, and toward the female of the States, Exulting words, words to Democracy's lands.
    Book 2 — Starting from Paumanok (68% in)
  • ...thrusting of fingers through my hair and beard, From the long sustain'd kiss upon the mouth or bosom, From the close pressure that makes me or any man drunk, fainting with excess, From what the divine husband knows, from the work of fatherhood, From exultation, victory and relief, from the bedfellow's embrace in the night, From the act-poems of eyes, hands, hips and bosoms, From the cling of the trembling arm, From the bending curve and the clinch, From side by side the pliant coverlet...
    Book 4 — CHILDREN OF ADAM (12% in)
  • To dance, clap hands, exult, shout, skip, leap, roll on, float on!
    Book 11 — A Song of Joys (98% in)
  • O I mourn and yet exult, I am rapt with love for all, Pioneers!
    Book 17 — BIRDS OF PASSAGE (23% in)
  • And you lady of ships, you Mannahatta, Old matron of this proud, friendly, turbulent city, Often in peace and wealth you were pensive or covertly frown'd amid all your children, But now you smile with joy exulting old Mannahatta.
    Book 21 — DRUM-TAPS (6% in)
  • ...ever, with eager calls and orders of officers, While from some distant part of the field the wind wafts to my ears a shout of applause, (some special success,) And ever the sound of the cannon far or near, (rousing even in dreams a devilish exultation and all the old mad joy in the depths of my soul,) And ever the hastening of infantry shifting positions, batteries, cavalry, moving hither and thither, (The falling, dying, I heed not, the wounded dripping and red heed not, some to the...
    Book 21 — DRUM-TAPS (83% in)
  • O Captain! my Captain! our fearful trip is done, The ship has weather'd every rack, the prize we sought is won, The port is near, the bells I hear, the people all exulting, While follow eyes the steady keel, the vessel grim and daring; But O heart! heart! heart!
  • My Captain does not answer, his lips are pale and still, My father does not feel my arm, he has no pulse nor will, The ship is anchor'd safe and sound, its voyage closed and done, From fearful trip the victor ship comes in with object won; Exult O shores, and ring O bells!
  • Exult O lands! victorious lands!
    Book 24 — AUTUMN RIVULETS (11% in)
  • O glad, exulting, culminating song!
    Book 32 — FROM NOON TO STARRY NIGHT (34% in)
  • ...Of many an aspiration fond, of many a dream and plan; Through Space and Time fused in a chant, and the flowing eternal identity, To Nature encompassing these, encompassing God—to the joyous, electric all, To the sense of Death, and accepting exulting in Death in its turn the same as life, The entrance of man to sing; To compact you, ye parted, diverse lives, To put rapport the mountains and rocks and streams, And the winds of the north, and the forests of oak and pine, With you O soul.
    Book 33 — SONGS OF PARTING (75% in)

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