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Title First Linesort descending Original Publication Date Themes Republication Hearst Collections
651 Come Back, Come Back You emptied the house Windless Orchard II 1972 loss, loneliness
652 Sharers You grieved so for a rosebush Ladies Home Journal 1971 flowers, loss Snake in the Strawberries 52.
653 The Contract You may have my garden if you will give to me Midland 1926 gardening, apples Country Men (1937) xxxiii, (1938) 55.
654 Shaped by Names You must exist somewhere Canadian Forum 1977 language, meaning Snake in the Strawberries 95.
655 Time to Go In You poke the fire in the fireplace, America 1983 night, meaning
656 Deaf Ear You said you would come and Chicago Tribune Magazine 1970 happiness, promise
657 Forsythia You said, take a few dry Poetry 1965 flowers, surprise North American Review (1974) 31, The Iowan (Spring 1979) 20. A Single Focus 13, Snake in the Strawberries 36, The Good Earth 61.
658 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.
659 Leaves Like Tears You say the leaves fall Midwest Quarterly 1969 grief, winter
660 Surprise [1] You seemed brave but lost in the ambush of clover, The Humanist 1957 love, betrayal Limited View 22, Landmark and Other Poems 23.
661 The Smile You smiled and waved as you drove Ladies Home Journal 1970 observation, expression
662 And Some Seed Fell You think because you own the ground The Complete Poetry of James Hearst 2001 farming, knowledge
663 Not for Sale You thought a dollar sign imaged The Complete Poetry of James Hearst 2001 love, money
664 A Field You Cannot Own You thought there was a For Sale sign Wormwood Review 1972 love, rejection
665 Advice to Farmers You trimmed the wilderness to size Sparrow Magazine 1961 farming, nature
666 Men Give More Than Promises You'd let me walk barefoot on A Single Focus 1967 revenge, masculinity North American Review (1974) 29. A Single Focus 47, Snake in the Strawberries 35.
667 On Vacation Your five days of driving The Complete Poetry of James Hearst 2001 vacation, alienation
668 Now I Hear This Your Honor, she cried, I need help. 1982
669 Now Hear This Your Honor, she cried, I need help. Poetry Now 1982 religion, marriage
670 Dulled Appetite Your letter today A Country Man 1993 friendship, impermanence A Country Man 50.
671 Evergreen Transformations ‘‘Who knocks on my door?’’ asks History The Alumnus 1976 education, truth

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