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Title First Linesort descending Original Publication Date Themes Republication Hearst Collections
101 Espaliered on a Wailing Wall Farmland lacks immunity to the Wascana Review 1980 nature, cities
102 Stranger Following his father's footsteps The Sun at Noon 1943 retirement, alienation The Sun at Noon 26, Snake in the Strawberries 21.
103 Mexico (San Miguel de Allende) Fresh from the slow hills of Iowa Ladies Home Journal 1962 welcoming, Mexico Limited View 12.
104 Farm on a Summer Night From a clear sky at night the starlight Country Men 1937 faith, religion Country Men (1937) v, (1938) 21, (1943) 31.
105 Shove It, Brother, Shove It From bedroom to bathroom to North American Review 1979 optimism, disability
106 A Balance Sheet From my father's family I inherit Poet and Critic 1982 family, habit
107 The Body Of One Glad that at last the litter and waste of winter, Midland 1931 spring, rain Country Men (1937) xxviii, (1938) 50, (1943) 57. Landmark and Other Poems 37 (as "Let It Come Down")
108 Let it Come Down Glad that at last the litter and waster of winter,
109 Wonder of Hummingbirds Glass cells of red syrup hang Shaken by Leaf-Fall 1976 birds, amazement Shaken by Leaf-Fall 68, Landmark and Other Poems 24 (variant).
110 The Deacon Goes for His Sunday Paper Good morning, good morning, it is a good morning Man and His Field 1951 happiness, disappointment Man and His Field 67.
111 The Orchard Man Grandfather came from a town meeting country, Man and His Field 1951 family, perseverance Man and His Field 25.
112 Not Really a Quarrel Granted we slept well and Poet and Critic 1982 argument, marriage
113 Bereaved Granted, a meeting with her, The American Scholar 1978 death, grief Snake in the Strawberries 98.
114 Point of No Return Grass in the cracks of the sidewalk, Dry Leaves 1975 memory, decay Dry Leaves.
115 Ute Cemetery Gravestones lean every which way, Westerly Review 1977 death, memory Snake in the Strawberries 90.
116 The Trimmed Bush Grouch, she said, you are North American Review 1984 appearances, relationships A Country Man 58.
117 Out of Season Half of the elms along the street looked dead, Pebble: A Magazine of Poetry 1971 decay, wistfulness Snake in the Strawberries 53.
118 Free Man Hans Karen and debt were old friends until 1932 The Sun at Noon 1943 debt, money North American Review (1974) 31. The Sun at Noon 25, Landmark and other Poems 16.
119 Hard Words Hard words married to Southwest Review 1969 argument, marriage Voyages to the Inland Sea II 41. Shaken by Leaf-Fall 42, Landmark and Other Poems 21.
120 Not the Last Goodbye Hat askew, coat open, Poet and Critic 1982 love, worry
121 No News is Good News Having read the same names in the paper Poetry Now 1976 community, significance
122 Virtue of Logic He believed in the generation The New Renaissance 1978 reason, argument
123 The Same in This As Other Lands He bows his head against the wind Poetry 1940 farming, work The Sun at Noon 31, Man and His Field 23, Landmark and Other Poems 58.
124 Off Limits He burned the grass Poetry Now 1979 fire, control
125 The Insatiable Demand He chopped his work The New Renaissance 1979 busyness, overwhelmed

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