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Title First Linesort descending Original Publication Date Themes Republication Hearst Collections
276 Inquiry Now catch your breath and hear the softly rounded Poetry 1935 promise, resurrection America Is West Ed. John T. Flanagan. Minneapolis: Univ. of Minnesota (1945) 309. Country Men (1937) ix, (1938) 28, (1943) 38, Landmark and Other Poems 45.
277 Now I Have Taken to the Fields Now I have taken to the fields Country Men 1937 hope, land Country Men (1937) xix, (1938) 40, (1943) 47, Man and His Field 54, Landmark and Other Poems 22.
278 Before Frost Now summer's golden bell is mute A Single Focus 1967 seasons, harvest A Single Focus 35, Snake in the Strawberries 40.
279 Take This Guy Now take this guy next door, The New Renaissance 1976 argument, jealousy
280 Forewarned Now when the breath of frost has chilled A Single Focus 1967 farming, winter A Single Focus 42, Snake in the Strawberries 45.
281 Lock the Door Now you have burned the letters-- Great Lakes Review 1977 relationships, memory Snake in the Strawberries 79.
282 Dark Flower Oh, no, do not look too long Country Men 1938 flowers, morning Country Men (1938) 52.
283 Ownership Old neighbors of my people Discourse: A Review of Liberal Arts 1964 farming, mortality Harper's Bazaar (December 1968) 180. A Single Focus 73, Landmark and Other Poems 43.
284 Only Flowers Seem Not to Die On our May Day anniversary Poetry Now 1982 flowers, loss
285 There is Time to Be Cheerful On the back steps Skylark 1981 promise, farming
286 Sense of Order On the farm we had no tunnels A Country Man 1993 understanding, purpose A Country Man 53.
287 [On the road to the farm] On the road to the farm Planting Red Geraniums: Discovered Poems of James Hearst 2017 winter, creation Planting Red Geraniums 29
288 The Hurt of Pleasure Once a week she comes to share A Country Man 1986 gardening, friendship A Country Man 42.
289 Once Glimpsed Once I thought I saw it Poem 1969 longing, uncertainty Shaken by Leaf-Fall 44.
290 Within Limits One afternoon in early spring Anglo-American Studies 1983 cleaning, decay A Country Man 20.
291 The Bird One day in the bleak month of March Discourse: A Review of Liberal Arts 1961 birds, memory Shaken by Leaf-Fall 66.
292 Stepchild of Nature Open morning's door and listen NRTA Journal 1980 nature, alienation
293 The Short Run and the Long Pull Our fields lay side by side, Nebraska Review 1981 farming, fertilizer
294 On Relief Our glances met as glances meet Common Sense 1939 Depression, poverty The Sun at Noon 32, Landmark and Other Poems 8.
295 The Painter Our local painter always seemed afraid Wanderer 1924 death, prudence
296 Random Thoughts Our plan of life together A Country Man 1993 death, loss A Country Man 56.
297 They Never Came Our town prepared for invasion Colorado Quarterly 1978 paranoia, community
298 A Shabby Day Out of doors, office-bound, Black and White 1979 cities, community
299 Progress Own all the land you can get A Single Focus 1967 farming, animals A Single Focus 44, Snake in the Strawberries 42.
300 At Least on the Surface People who live in neighborhoods Miscellany 1976 neighbors, appearances Shaken by Leaf-Fall 65, Snake in the Strawberries 69.

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