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Title First Line Original Publication Datesort descending Themes Republication Hearst Collections
251 We All Bear the Mark The mark of Cain is hard to spot Rendezvous 1967 sin, judgement
252 The Call The call burst into the room Cardinal Poetry Quarterly 1968 birds, destruction
253 Fear of Renewal Snow rotted at the sun's touch, Chicago Tribune Magazine 1968 seasons, loneliness Shaken by Leaf-Fall 57.
254 Warm-Eyed Memory While I wait for my next student Sou'wester Literary Quarterly 1968 birds, memory
255 Saturday Morning This morning wrapped in my indolence The Smith 1968 birds, guilt
256 Games Are Never Free The city park still draws children Iowa Arts Council Newsletter 1968 children, memory Iowa State Arts Council Biennium Report, 1968-1970, 3. Snake in the Strawberries 46.
257 A Way to Measure How stupid to try to measure Cottonwood Review 1968 time, memory
258 Sadness Weeps In my day hate clouds skies America 1968 suffering, hypocrisy
259 End of April A grey sky roofs the morning Yankee Magazine 1968 weather, color Snake in the Strawberries 47.
260 The Rescue She piled harsh weeds under the wheel, America 1968 fear, cooperation Shaken by Leaf-Fall 48.
261 Fourth of July at Aspen The color-striped day South Dakota Review 1968 mountains, holiday
262 The Test This guy walking down the street Wormwood Review 1968 alienation, self-pity Proved by Trial 20.
263 The Strongest Magic Anger pens me in a sty Trace 1968 anger, love
264 Giant Fear The day overwhelmed him with its size, Cloud Marauder 1968 obligation, overwhelmed
265 The Oldest Season The eye's doors blown open America 1968 winter, defamiliarization Shaken by Leaf-Fall 19.
266 Spring Rain An early frost last fall Ladies Home Journal 1968 fall, persistence Shaken by Leaf-Fall 40, Landmark and Other Poems 55.
267 After Years Apart The town moved on its streets Quartet 1968 community, alienation
268 Let's Go Inside The furrowed field sleeps Sou'wester Literary Quarterly 1968 fall, relaxation Shaken by Leaf-Fall 64.
269 Spring Fever Sun touched I sit on a Cottonwood Review 1968 spring, anticipation Shaken by Leaf-Fall 27, Snake in the Strawberries 72.
270 Bluejay and I The bluejay perches on the Spectrum, the Richmond Tri-Annual Review 1969 birds, work
271 Not Floods but Emptiness This morning I stepped outdoors Discourse: A Review of Liberal Arts 1969 language, nature
272 Once Glimpsed Once I thought I saw it Poem 1969 longing, uncertainty Shaken by Leaf-Fall 44.
273 Valley and Mountain The valley floor crawls with streets Michigan Quarterly 1969 mountains, transcendence Shaken by Leaf-Fall 13, Snake in the Strawberries 70.
274 Wren Logic The stump braces its roots America 1969 birds, persistence Shaken by Leaf-Fall 58, Snake in the Strawberries 74.
275 Leaves Like Tears You say the leaves fall Midwest Quarterly 1969 grief, winter