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Title First Line Original Publication Datesort descending Themes Republication Hearst Collections
76 Spring Barnyard Pigeons circle the wet glossy mud The Sun at Noon 1943 animals, materiality The Sun at Noon 37.
77 Stranger Following his father's footsteps The Sun at Noon 1943 retirement, alienation The Sun at Noon 26, Snake in the Strawberries 21.
78 The Vine His wife and young son in his heart, the future riding his shoulders The Sun at Noon 1943 farming, nature The Sun at Noon 14, Man and His Field 39, Snake in the Strawberries 18.
79 The Army The pavements of the mind Country Men 1943 indoctrination, morality Country Men (1943) 62, Man and His Field 37.
80 Logician Pete Everson was called four-eyed Pete The Sun at Noon 1943 infidelity, strategy North American Review (1974) 37. The Sun at Noon 27, Landmark and other Poems 16.
81 Homesickness Marie Summers took a course in Commercial The Sun at Noon 1943 cities, alienation The Sun at Noon 28, Snake in the Strawberries 19.
82 The Old Dog The old dog waits patiently for death The Sun at Noon 1943 death North American Review (1974) 23. The Sun at Noon 17, Landmark and Other Poems 47.
83 Choosing The stolid farmer took his hoe The Sun at Noon 1943 farming, choice The Sun at Noon 18, Landmark and Other Poems 50, Man and His Field 33.
84 Snake in the Strawberries This lovely girl dressed in lambswool thoughts The Sun at Noon 1943 disaster, innocence University of Kansas Review 11 (Autumn 1944) 45, Midwest 7 (Spring 1964) vi, Heartland: Poets of the Midwest 77, Interpreting Literature. 4th Ed. K. L. Knickerbocker and H. W. Reninger, eds. New York: Holt, Rinehart and Winston, 1969. 268, Interpreting Li Man and His Field 64, Shaken by Leaf-fall 72, Snake in the Strawberries 57, The Good Earth 54.
85 Between Snow and Stars The sun trips and falls headlong down the sky The Sun at Noon 1943 animals, farming Late Harvest 75. The Sun at Noon 20, Man and His Field 44, Landmark and Other Poems 42.
86 Burn the Cocoons The sun waits in the sky for me Poetry 1944 farming, planting Heartland: Poets of the Midwest 81. Man and His Field 47, Landmark and Other Poems 41.
87 The Debtor These leaden days when the sky is overcast Man and His Field 1951 farming, debt Man and His Field 61, Landmark and Other Poems 39.
88 Three Old Horses Returning to the gate at close of day Man and His Field 1951 wisdom, animals Man and His Field 24.
89 The Great Coincidence How strange that in the human flow, Man and His Field 1951 love, chance Heartland: Poets of the Midwest 80. Man and His Field 53.
90 Late Spring I tried to sow the oats and grass this year Furioso 1951 farming, drought Man and His Field 66, Landmark and Other Poems 53.
91 The Orchard Man Grandfather came from a town meeting country, Man and His Field 1951 family, perseverance Man and His Field 25.
92 March Mourning The late snow is a fungus Man and His Field 1951 snow, death Man and His Field 57.
93 Fact I knew a man once who gave up the ghost Man and His Field 1951 life, suicide Man and His Field 39, Landmark and Other Poems 44.
94 Threat of Weather We know we can outlast the weather Man and His Field 1951 love, weather Man and His Field 57, Snake in the Strawberries 25.
95 The Oracle The oracle whose customer I am Poetry 1951 uncertainty, foretelling Snake in the Strawberries 23.
96 The Return Shot from cannon-barrelled wind the sleet Man and His Field 1951 memory, technology Man and His Field 32, Landmark and Other Poems 51 (as "The Magic Lantern").
97 All Anyone Could Say The children that we love are busy people Man and His Field 1951 children, exploration Man and His Field 58.
98 Fog Waves of the sea's ghost Man and His Field 1951 weather, defamiliarization North American Review 299.2 (Spring 2014) 26. Man and His Field 28, Landmark and Other Poems 36.
99 Accident The iron teeth of the harrow Man and His Field 1951 birds, destruction Man and His Field 61, Landmark and Other Poems 48, Snake in the Strawberries 24.
100 No Leaves? No Apples? No fruit bends the orchard trees Man and His Field 1951 fall, perseverance Man and His Field 59.

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