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New and collected poems, 1970-1985 - Softcover

 
9780819561176: New and collected poems, 1970-1985
Contains meditations on love, war, self and community, life and death, and the earth, in a volume that includes twenty-six new poems

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1905
Above Everything
After
Ah, Room, You Wait For Me Day And Night
An Ancient Fable
And Now
The Answer
The Apple
The Assassin
At This Moment
Autumn Leaves
Autumn: 1
Autumn: 2
Backyard
Behind His Eyes
Between Shade And Sun
Between The Living And The Dead
Biography
Birds In Winter
The Bread Itself
But I Can Act
A Cloud Creates
Cockroaches
Company
Concrete
The Diner
Dream
Each Day
Each Stone Its Shape
East Side West
Elegy For Youth
The Eternal Men Are Deplaning At Airports
Express Your Will
Father And Son
Fingernails
For ...
For John Berryman
For Marianne Moore
For Yaedi
The Fork I Raise To My Mouth Should Be The Fork In A Dream
Four Conversations: A Catechism
Four Conversations: A Discussion
Four Conversations: Crystal Chandeliers
Four Conversations: Improvisation Ii
The Future
Going Down
Growing Up
Hairs
He Moves Straight Before Him, Legs Moving Lightly
Here It Is
I Am
I Could Spend My Life Contemplating The Weaving
I Dream
I Give You A Little Stick, You Give Me A Tiny Pebble
I Identify With The Wooden Shed In My Neighbor's Backyard.
I Love To Fly
I Saw A Leaf
I Shake My Fist At A Tree
I Will Walk
I Wonder Who Is Next
I Write To Capture The Meaningless As It Were An Animal
I'm Asking
I'm Here
I'm Sure Trees Are Depressed Also
If Trees That Are Lesser Than I, So It Is Said By Others
The Image
In A Dream
In A Dream
In Memoriam (al Lichtman)
In My Childhood I Awoke To My Mother's Voice
In No Way
In Season
In The End Is The Word To Destroy The World
In The Garden
In The Silence We Sat Across A Table
In This Dream
In This Dream I'm An Indian
Information
The Interview
The Interview: 2
Invocation
It Is
Kaddish
Leaving The Door Open: 1
Leaving The Door Open: 10
Leaving The Door Open: 11
Leaving The Door Open: 12
Leaving The Door Open: 13
Leaving The Door Open: 14
Leaving The Door Open: 15
Leaving The Door Open: 16
Leaving The Door Open: 17
Leaving The Door Open: 18
Leaving The Door Open: 19. Stability
Leaving The Door Open: 2
Leaving The Door Open: 20
Leaving The Door Open: 21
Leaving The Door Open: 22. The Violence
Leaving The Door Open: 23
Leaving The Door Open: 24. For Now
Leaving The Door Open: 25
Leaving The Door Open: 26
Leaving The Door Open: 27. Two
Leaving The Door Open: 28. The Need
Leaving The Door Open: 29. Night
Leaving The Door Open: 3. For Neruda
Leaving The Door Open: 30
Leaving The Door Open: 31. Coupling
Leaving The Door Open: 32. Across The Room
Leaving The Door Open: 33
Leaving The Door Open: 34
Leaving The Door Open: 35
Leaving The Door Open: 36
Leaving The Door Open: 37
Leaving The Door Open: 38
Leaving The Door Open: 39
Leaving The Door Open: 4
Leaving The Door Open: 40
Leaving The Door Open: 41
Leaving The Door Open: 42. Everyone
Leaving The Door Open: 43
Leaving The Door Open: 44. Meeting
Leaving The Door Open: 45
Leaving The Door Open: 46
Leaving The Door Open: 47
Leaving The Door Open: 48
Leaving The Door Open: 49
Leaving The Door Open: 5
Leaving The Door Open: 50
Leaving The Door Open: 51. Lost Childhood
Leaving The Door Open: 52
Leaving The Door Open: 53
Leaving The Door Open: 54
Leaving The Door Open: 55
Leaving The Door Open: 56
Leaving The Door Open: 57
Leaving The Door Open: 58
Leaving The Door Open: 59
Leaving The Door Open: 6
Leaving The Door Open: 60
Leaving The Door Open: 61
Leaving The Door Open: 62
Leaving The Door Open: 63. Without Recrimination
Leaving The Door Open: 7. From The Beginning
Leaving The Door Open: 8
Leaving The Door Open: 9
The Legend Of Youth
Letter
Letter To A Friend
A Life Of Wonder
Linguistics
Make Up A Poem About A Man Going To Sleep
The Meeting
Melpomene In Manhattan
A Modern Fable
A Moral Tale
My Enemies
My Own House
My Own Line
My Poetry Is For The Night
My President Weeps
Nothing Is Left But The Stars
Now Celebrate Life And Death
Now I Hear Two Unsynchronized Steel Hammers Pounding
Of That Fire
On Censorship
On Freedom
Once More
Once There Was A Woman Smiled At Me
One Leaf
Peace
A Phase Of Order
The Pleasure
Preparing
Pretend You Are Asleep
The Principle
Proem
Prose Poem In Six Parts
Reading The Headlines
The Refuse Man
The Reply
A Requiem
Respected Graves
Said A Voice To Me
The Separate Dead
Sh, This Poem Wants To Say Something
The Ship
Silently
Solitude
Somehow It Does Not Write Itself, Our Life Together
Spinning
The Spirit
Street Scene
Subway
Talking To Myself
That Law Has Reasons
Their Mouths Full
There Must Be Something Wrong With Me
Thinking
This Body On Which I Counted For An Eternal Life
Thus Truly
To Oneself
Tomorrow
Tread The Dark: 1. Brightness As A Poignant Light
Tread The Dark: 10
Tread The Dark: 11
Tread The Dark: 12. An Account In The Present Tense
Tread The Dark: 13. At The End Of The World
Tread The Dark: 14
Tread The Dark: 15
Tread The Dark: 16
Tread The Dark: 17. The Procession
Tread The Dark: 18
Tread The Dark: 19
Tread The Dark: 2. From The Observatory
Tread The Dark: 20. The Abandoned Animal
Tread The Dark: 21
Tread The Dark: 22. This False Desire
Tread The Dark: 23
Tread The Dark: 24
Tread The Dark: 25. A Recounting
Tread The Dark: 26. Dante's Brother
Tread The Dark: 27. Scissors
Tread The Dark: 28
Tread The Dark: 29. Apocrypha
Tread The Dark: 3. The Seasons
Tread The Dark: 30. The Suicide
Tread The Dark: 31. The Dead Sea
Tread The Dark: 32. Theme And Variations
Tread The Dark: 33
Tread The Dark: 34. Suicide In Two Voices
Tread The Dark: 35
Tread The Dark: 36. Death Of A Lawn Mower
Tread The Dark: 37. Is There A Value To Life?
Tread The Dark: 38. Cannibals
Tread The Dark: 39. The Sportsman
Tread The Dark: 4. With The Sun's Fire
Tread The Dark: 40. South Bronx
Tread The Dark: 41. The Forest Warden
Tread The Dark: 42. The Only One I Know
Tread The Dark: 43
Tread The Dark: 44. The Life They Lead
Tread The Dark: 45. Thoughts
Tread The Dark: 46. A Meditation
Tread The Dark: 47
Tread The Dark: 48. At The Museum
Tread The Dark: 49. The Question
Tread The Dark: 5
Tread The Dark: 50
Tread The Dark: 51
Tread The Dark: 52
Tread The Dark: 53. The Vase
Tread The Dark: 54
Tread The Dark: 55. The Metamorphosis
Tread The Dark: 56. The Explorer
Tread The Dark: 57. In My Dream
Tread The Dark: 58. Hair
Tread The Dark: 59. To Charles Reznikoff
Tread The Dark: 6. The Two Selves
Tread The Dark: 60. The Pleasure
Tread The Dark: 61
Tread The Dark: 62
Tread The Dark: 63
Tread The Dark: 64
Tread The Dark: 65
Tread The Dark: 66. For Stephen Mooney, 1913-71
Tread The Dark: 67. In The Dark
Tread The Dark: 68
Tread The Dark: 69
Tread The Dark: 7. The Juggler
Tread The Dark: 70
Tread The Dark: 71
Tread The Dark: 72
Tread The Dark: 73
Tread The Dark: 74
Tread The Dark: 75. Midnight
Tread The Dark: 76
Tread The Dark: 77. As We Walk Our Lives
Tread The Dark: 78. The Social Life
Tread The Dark: 79. Lightly
Tread The Dark: 8. Scenario
Tread The Dark: 80. A Prayer In Part
Tread The Dark: 81
Tread The Dark: 82. For Robert Lowell
Tread The Dark: 83. I'm A Depressed Poem
Tread The Dark: 84
Tread The Dark: 85. Hello
Tread The Dark: 86. Finally
Tread The Dark: 87. Epilogue
Tread The Dark: 9
The Tree
A Triptych
Trough
Wait
Walls
Wants Ads
The Weather
Were You Perhaps Sent By The Fbi
When News Came Of His Death I Was Disappointed
Where Is A Rock To Bore A Hole Through?
Whisper To The Earth
The Window Was Made In An Effort To Be Free Of Brick
With Horace I Take My Stand Beside Two Rocks
With My Back To The Insane World
With Others
Zoo
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