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Title First Line Original Publication Datesort descending Themes Republication Hearst Collections
101 Fact I knew a man once who gave up the ghost Man and His Field 1951 life, suicide Man and His Field 39, Landmark and Other Poems 44.
102 March Mourning The late snow is a fungus Man and His Field 1951 snow, death Man and His Field 57.
103 Threat of Weather We know we can outlast the weather Man and His Field 1951 love, weather Man and His Field 57, Snake in the Strawberries 25.
104 The Oracle The oracle whose customer I am Poetry 1951 uncertainty, foretelling Snake in the Strawberries 23.
105 The Return Shot from cannon-barrelled wind the sleet Man and His Field 1951 memory, technology Man and His Field 32, Landmark and Other Poems 51 (as "The Magic Lantern").
106 Fog Waves of the sea's ghost Man and His Field 1951 weather, defamiliarization North American Review 299.2 (Spring 2014) 26. Man and His Field 28, Landmark and Other Poems 36.
107 All Anyone Could Say The children that we love are busy people Man and His Field 1951 children, exploration Man and His Field 58.
108 Accident The iron teeth of the harrow Man and His Field 1951 birds, destruction Man and His Field 61, Landmark and Other Poems 48, Snake in the Strawberries 24.
109 For A Neighbor Woman Early this morning Man and His Field 1951 death, gardening Man and His Field 28, Landmark and Other Poems 10.
110 No Leaves? No Apples? No fruit bends the orchard trees Man and His Field 1951 fall, perseverance Man and His Field 59.
111 Analogy It's like digging all day at a buried stone Man and His Field 1951 poetry, introspection Man and His Field 60.
112 What Was That? Never was so much hubbub in the morning, Man and His Field 1951 work, farming Man and His Field 41.
113 Construction The hammer voices went on an on Man and His Field 1951 labor, winter Man and His Field 62.
114 Point of View After a dark day low with clouds, Man and His Field 1951 sunset, perspective Man and His Field 43.
115 Spring On The Farm The mixed emotions which I hold this spring Canadian Poetry Magazine 1957 animals, spring The MacDonald Farm Journal 20.3 (March 1959) 19, Wallace's Farmer (16 March 1963) 50. Limited View 30, Landmark and Other Poems 52.
116 Harvest Claim The clover field in bloom seemed innocent Kansas City Star 1957 seasons, harvest Shaken by Leaf-Fall 60, Snake in the Strawberries 67.
117 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.
118 The Old Admonitions The friend that I had Prairie Schooner 1958 loneliness, loss Limited View 2, Snake in the Strawberries 30, The Good Earth 57.
119 Success When I come home from work at close of day Best Articles and Stories 1958 farming, animals Poetry 92 (Aug. 1958) 299. Limited View 3, Landmark and Other Poems 52.
120 Scatter the Petals She sleeps as if the mouth of buds, American Friend 1958 death, mourning Scatter the Petals (1969). Limited View 25, Snake in the Strawberries 34.
121 Each Spring When ducks print signs in the mud for the farmer to read, Music for Seven Poems 1958 spring, hope
122 Lost I hear a child crying Music for Seven Poems 1958 lost, fear
123 The Questioner When evening bows its head so does the farmer, Compass Review 1958 farming, significance North American Review (1974) 24. Limited View 10, Landmark and Other Poems 39.
124 The Happy Farmer This farm where I live Music for Seven Poems 1958 farming, poverty
125 The Plowboy I’ll plow myself a pillow, Music for Seven Poems 1958 planting, death

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