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Title First Line Original Publication Datesort descending Themes Republication Hearst Collections
201 Home Place This is the way it was: The Congregationalist 1965 snowstorm, winter Harper's Bazaar (Jan. 1969) 96. A Single Focus 39.
202 Karma Still, cries of hunting shake the grove DePaul Literary Magazine 1965 hunting, wilderness A Single Focus 26, Snake in the Strawberries 45.
203 The Quarrel The front steps seemed not American Press 1965 argument, silence A Single Focus 40, Snake in the Strawberries 39.
204 Second Look Lord, let me be patient without rancor Eventorium Muse 1965 decay, perseverance
205 The Storm A storm struck down the old willow Colorado Quarterly 1965 weather, imagination A Single Focus 62, Landmark and Other Poems 31.
206 Common Ground Two neighbors lived across a road Kansas City Magazine 1965 neighbors, farming A Single Focus 28.
207 Love in Autumn Do you remember the meadow America 1965 love, fall Scatter the Petals. (1969) A Single Focus 63, Snake in the Strawberries 36.
208 The Farmer's Season Yeah, spring, I know spring, the vernal season, America 1965 spring, farming "Book Review," Wallace's Farmer (28 Oct. 1967) 3, North American Review (1974) 34, Out of this World: Poems from the Hawkeye State. (1975) 5. A Single Focus 3, Landmark and Other's Poems 56.
209 Plea for Single Focus You saw double today when you said you saw the wind Colorado Quarterly 1965 nature, farming Interpreting Literature. 4th ed. K.L. Knickerbocker and H.W. Reninger, eds. New York: Holt, Rinehart and Winston. 1969. 364, North American Review (1974) 21. A Single Focus 53, Snake in the Strawberries 40.
210 For God's Sake Why don't you clean up your place, Penny Poems From Midwestern University 1965 garden, decay Proved by Trial 19, Landmark and Other Poems 21.
211 Close the Accounts The putting away time shows up Commonweal 1965 farming, fall A Single Focus 19, Snake in the Strawberries 44, Landmark and Other Poems 37.
212 A Place to Sit Come in, come in, Neighbor, please come in New Frontiers 1965 hardship, resentment A Single Focus 31, Landmark and Other Poems 12.
213 Wilderness Ways The rabbit knows why the hawk is there Commonweal 1965 wilderness, animals A Single Focus 20, Snake in the Strawberries 42.
214 Cold Snap The winter night in your face Kansas City Magazine 1965 winter, music A Single Focus 56.
215 Conservative The wilderness sleeps in seed and furrow Today 1966 farming, wilderness A Single Focus 67, Landmark and Other Poems 49.
216 Winter Mood Warm in mackinaw and boots I read America 1966 winter, poetry Shaken by Leaf-Fall 21, Snake in the Strawberries 76., Shaken by Leaf-Fall 21, Snake in the Strawberries 76.
217 What Shall We Do? It is really a small matter, South Dakota Review 1966 nonconformist, nature North American Review (1974) 25. A Single Focus 36, Landmark and Other Poems 17.
218 Retired He sulks in his garden, Hika 1966 Depression, retirement
219 Line Between Seasons The rollicking whinny of the wind Quartet 1966 nature, winter A Single Focus 25, Snake in the Strawberries 41.
220 The Meeting This is the curb where Motive 1966 love, loss A Single Focus 60, Landmark and Other Poems 23.
221 Out of Bounds Black asphalt abides between unbroken curbs of cement, Wormwood Review 1966 cities, gardening
222 Tornado The cornfield felt a need to write Etc. A Review of General Semantics 1966 weather, order
223 Words of a Season Bundled in scarfs the kids ride their bikes Epoch 1966 seasons, transitions A Single Focus 15, Landmark and Other Poems 30.
224 Metamorphosis I starved for the honey you Wormwood Review 1966 nature, insects A Single Focus 17.
225 Day's Routine A day of simple duties Today 1966 work, marriage Landmark and Other Poems 22.

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