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Title First Line Original Publicationsort descending Date Themes Republication Hearst Collections
251 What They Said Wait, they said, this is not the time. A Country Man 1993 decisions, time A Country Man 13.
252 Mind-Boggled His mind bent with the weight A Country Man 1993 religion, uncertainty A Country Man 39.
253 Where Did They Go? Where did they go, the maple grove, A Country Man 1993 time, memory A Country Man 46.
254 Moving Day I have moved from one house A Country Man 1993 moving, change A Country Man 38.
255 Where We Live We stole time to walk together A Country Man 1993 nature, relationships A Country Man 57.
256 The Hurt of Pleasure Once a week she comes to share A Country Man 1986 gardening, friendship A Country Man 42.
257 No Argument My gosh, she said, you two A Country Man 1993 satisfaction, pride A Country Man 43.
258 While Meadowlarks Sang It began with the first eggs A Country Man 1993 lessons, work A Country Man 30.
259 Not to Give In "I wouldn't take a horse A Country Man 1993 father, defiance A Country Man 48.
260 Who Cares for History? They tore down the old Saylor house, A Country Man 1993 memory, loss A Country Man 15.
261 It Happened A rumpled bed, Hawk and Whippoorwill 1974 Depression, friendship
262 Utopia When early dark and chilly rains Hawk and Whippoorwill 1963 farming, animals
263 Home The house sags like it’s grieving, paint Hawk and Whippoorwill 1963 misfortune, rootedness
264 Animal Tracks There is a tiger hid Hawk and Whippoorwill 1961 duality, nature Limited View 7, Landmark and Other Poems 49.
265 A Matter of Fact All through the summer I failed to wring truth out of words, Hawk and Whippoorwill 1961 birds, truth Poet Lore 71 (Winter 1976-77) 128.
266 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.
267 Let's Not Fool Ourselves While you wait, time digs at you Voyages to the Inland Sea, II: Essays and Poems 1972 longing, time Prairie Schooner 44 (Spring 1979) 42. Proved by Trial 21.
268 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.
269 Castrating the Pigs It always seemed to be a rainy day Poetry Now 1980 animals, masculinity
270 Abandoned Orchard These weathered trees Poetry Now 1984 decay, perseverance
271 Sign-Directed I was born under the sign Poetry Now 1982 birth, superstition
272 How Good is Good Enough He must have read whatever signs Poetry Now 1981 homelessness, distinctions
273 Crop Inspector The farmer opened the gate, Poetry Now 1984 farming, perseverance
274 An In-Between Time He hasn't quite left her, Poetry Now 1980 divorce, change
275 Muskrats in the Cornfield Persuasion of rain and sun Poetry Now 1976 farming, animals Proved by Trial 22.

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