Left Out in the Rain: New Poems 1947-1985

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9780865472686: Left Out in the Rain: New Poems 1947-1985

Poems from five decades deal with nature, aging, birth, magic, history, myth, travel, the atom bomb, love, marriage, and politics

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Pulitzer Prize-winning poet Gary Snyder is the author of many volumes of poetry and essays, including Left Out in the Rain, Riprap and Cold Mountain Poems, Mountains and Rivers without End, and The Practice of the Wild. He teaches literature and wilderness thought at the University of California at Davis and lives with his family on the San Juan Ridge in the Sierra foothills.


"A fascinating case study and verse autobiography of a man who long ago staked his claim as one of America's finest poets." -- Robert Creeley

"The reading is something like archeology, sifting the layers that have built up over the years to find the source of a familiar voice... Left Out in the Rain shows us the footsteps in the wet meadow grass..." -- Los Angeles Times

After T'ao Ch'ien
After The Chinese
After The Typhoon
The Arts Council Meets In Eureka
At White River Roadhouse In The Yukon
Bakers Cabin On Boone's Ferry Road
Ballad Of Rolling Heads
Birth Of The Shaman
The Bodhisattvas
Bomb Test
Burned Out
A Change Of Straw
Channelled Scablands
Coyote Man, Mr. President, & The Gunfighters
Dogs, Sheep, Cows, Goats
Dullness In February: Japan
Elk Trails
The Elusiad
The Engine Room, S.s. Sappa Creek
English Lessons At The Boiler Company
Epistemological Fancies
Exclamations Gone To The Twin Breasts Of Maya
Farewell To Burning Island
Fear Not
The Feathered Robe
First Landfall On Turtle Island
For Alan Watts
For Berkeley
For Example
For George Leigh-mallory
Fording The Flooded Goldie River
The Forest Fire At Ananda
From Below
The Fruit
Gatha For All Threatened Beings
The Genji Song
Geological Meditation
Getting There
Half-known Stars In The Dawn Sky, Fr. Atthis
The Heart Of The Wood
Her Life Blew Through My Body And Away, Fr. Atthis
High Quality Information
Hills Of Home
History Must Have A Start
Home On The Range
Housecleaning In Kyoto
How Zen Masters Are Like Mature Herring
I See Old Friend Dan Ellsberg On Tv In A Mountain
In Tokyo: At Loose Ends
Joanne My Wife
Joe Hill Fragment
Kyoto Vacation
Late October Camping In The Sawtooths
Lines On A Carp
Lizards, Wind, Sunshine, Apples
Longitude 170 West, Latitude 35 North
The Lookouts
Lots Of Play
Love Me Love, Til Trees Fall Flat, Fr. Atthis
Loving Words Will Cost But Little
Low Winter Sun
Message From Outside
A Monument On Okinawa
The Net
No Shoes No Shirt No Service
The North Coast
Numerous Broken Eggs
On Vulture Peak
One Year
The Orchard
Ordering Chile Verde In Gallup
Original Vow
The Other Side Of Each Coin
Out Of The Soil And Rock
The Painful Accumulation Of Our Errors, Fr. Atthis
Parting With Claude Dalenberg
The Persimmon
Plum Petal Falling
Poem Left In Sourdough Mountain Lookout
Poetry Is The Eagle Of Experience
Point Reyes
Poorness And The Pride We Shared, Fr. Atthis
The Professor As Transformer
The Rainy Season
The Ride
Riding The Hot Electric Train
The Route
Saying Farewell At The Monastery After Hearing The Old Maste
Seamen's Ditty
Seeing The Ox
Sestina Of The End Of The Kalpa
She Dreamed
Sherry In July
A Sinecure For P. Whalen
Some Lovers Wake One Day
Song For A Cougar Hide
The Songs At Custer's Battlefield
Spirits Wait And Sing Beneath The Land
Spring Songs
'still, She Reproached All Lands,' Fr. Atthis
Straits Of Malacca 24 Oct 1957
Sustained Yield
'svaha A Feminine Ending For Mantra.'
The Taste
There Are Those Who Love To Get Dirty
The Third Watch
This Is Living
Tibetan Army Surplus Store
Tiger Song
To Meet With Agaricus Augustus
Too Many Chickens Gone
The Trail Is Not A Trail
Tree Song
Two Comments
Up The Dosewallips
Versions Of Anacreon
Villanelle Of The Wandering Lapps
A War Of Dwarfs And Birds Beyond The Sea
We Make Our Vows Together With All Beings
The Weave
What History Fails To Mention Is
'wind Has Blown'
A Work For Burke
The Years
You've Gone Cold, I Suppose, Fr. Atthis
Yuba Country Autumn
-- Table of Poems from Poem Finder®

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Published by Farrar Straus & Giroux (1986)
ISBN 10: 0865472688 ISBN 13: 9780865472686
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