Lifelines: Selected Poems 1950-1999

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Spanning fifty years in the literary career of the great Yankee poet, a collection of poetry features both previously published poems and original works, including poems on nature, the sea, love, uncertainty, responsiblity, and New England.

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The poet Philip Booth (1925 – 2007) was first published in book form by Viking’s legendary editorial advisor Malcolm Cowley in 1950. His numerous books of poetry included Letters from a Distant Land, The Islanders, Weather and Edges, Margins, Available Light, Before Sleep, Relations, Selves, Pairs, and Lifelines: Selected Poems 1950 – 1999. Booth was a fellow of the American Academy of Poets.

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Adding It Up
After The Rebuilding
After The Thresher
Again, The Solstice
Ageless Minutes
Alba
All Night The Wind
Among Houses
Aside From The Life
Backcountry
Before Sleep
Beyond Equinox
Building Her
By Self-definition
Calendar
Calling
Chances
Chart 1203
Civilities
Cleaning Out The Garage
Coming To
Crosstrees
Dark
The Dark Comes Down
The Day The Tide
Dayrise
Deer Isle
Denying The Day's Mile
Directions
Dragging
A Dream Of Russia
Dreamboat
Dreamscape
Durward: Setting His Trawl
Eaton's Boatyard
Entry
Evening
Fairy Tale
Fallback
Falling Apart
Fire On The Island
First Lesson
First Night
Flinching
Fog
Fog-talk
Game
Garden
Gathering Greens
Generation
Given This Day, None
Graffito
Growing Up In Kankakee
Half-life
Hand
Hard Country
Heading Out
His Nurse, At Bedside, Said What Is It?
Hope
Hot 5th Of July
The House In The Trees
How To See Deer
Identification
In This Gray Depression
The Incredible Yachts
The Islanders
It Is Being
Labrador River
A Late Spring: Eastport
Late Wakings
Letter From A Distant Land
Lichens
Lifetimes
Lines From An Orchard Once Surveyed By Thoreau
Linesquall
Lives
Long Afternoons In Dakota
Looking
A Man In Maine
The Man Who Lost His Wife
Marches
Mary's, After Dinner
Narrow Road, Presidents' Day
Natural History
Navigation
Nightsong
No Matter How I Feel
Noam Was In Intensive Care When He Came To
Not To Tell Lies
Nothing Answers To
Nothing Is Given
Nothing Is More Than
Nothing Is Sure
Of Whales And Men: 1864
An Old Airman Who Knows Who He Was
Old Man
Ord Kept Asking
Ossipee: November
Outlook
Over Antarctica
Pairs
Passage Without Rites
Places Without Names
Poem For The Turn Of The Century
Prepositions
Presence
Pride's Crossing
Procession
Provisions
Public Broadcast
Rates
Reach Road: In Medias Res
Recall
Recallings
Relations
Requiescat: Western Union
Rule One
Saying It
Sea-change; John Marin (1870-1953)
The Second Noon
Seeing
Seventy
Shag
Sixty
Sixty-three
A Slow Breaker
Small Town
Species
Stonington
Storm In A Formal Garden
Stove
Strip
Supposition With Qualification
Syntax
Table
Talk About Walking
Tenants' Harbor
Terms
Thanksgiving (1)
Thanksgiving (2)
These Men
Thinking About Hannah Arendt
This Day After Yesterday
Thoreau Near Home
Three Awakenings In New England: 3. Reawakening
To Chekhov
To Think
The Tower
Tree Nursery
A Two Inch Wave
The Valley Road
Views
Was A Man
The Way Tide Comes
Ways
We Used To Say Nothing's
Wear
When The Nurse Finally Brought In His Bedpan
Within
Word
Words For The Room
Words Made From Letters
Writing It Down
The Young
Zeros
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