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Title First Line Original Publicationsort ascending Date Themes Republication Hearst Collections
226 November The sun dripped honey-colored days Ladies Home Journal 1965 fall, harvest A Single Focus 71, Landmark and Other Poems 32.
227 Mexico (San Miguel de Allende) Fresh from the slow hills of Iowa Ladies Home Journal 1962 welcoming, Mexico Limited View 12.
228 Spring Rain An early frost last fall Ladies Home Journal 1968 fall, persistence Shaken by Leaf-Fall 40, Landmark and Other Poems 55.
229 The Smile You smiled and waved as you drove Ladies Home Journal 1970 observation, expression
230 Moment Toward Spring This is the day when on the hills of noon Ladies Home Journal 1959 spring, transition Limited View 13, Snake in the Strawberries 29.
231 Sharers You grieved so for a rosebush Ladies Home Journal 1971 flowers, loss Snake in the Strawberries 52.
232 Autumn Love When you stood smiling under a roof of leaves Ladies Home Journal 1959 love, fall Limited View 27, Landmark and Other Poems 22.
233 Come On, Let's Go Wake up, dope head, wake up, KPFA Folio 1970 farming, spring
234 Routine Keeps Me I make water in the morning KPFA Folio 1970 respect, responsibility Snake in the Strawberries 51.
235 Spring West of Town A man who lives inside my head Kernels 1939 busyness, waiting
236 The Problem Comes With the new schedule Kansas Quarterly 1971 retirement, aging
237 The Wall A door builds a strange wall Kansas Quarterly 1976 perspective, home Proved by Trial 16.
238 No Advice Today, Thank You Why, the presumptuous bastard Kansas Quarterly 1982 religion, relationships
239 The Blame It is difficult to explain Kansas Quarterly 1970 affair, regret Shaken by Leaf-Fall 62, Snake in the Strawberries 71.
240 Stunted Root A season without rain, he saw the stalks Kansas Quarterly 1971 sex, drought Shaken by Leaf-Fall 63.
241 Away with Boards The last storm shook Kansas Quarterly 1984 cities, destruction
242 Hang On to the Grab Bar Caught in the revolving door Kansas Quarterly 1979 longing, civilization
243 Bitter Taste I ate the sour grapes and tried Kansas Quarterly 1971 anger, nature
244 Poverty The field of clover sowed last fall Kansas Quarterly 1971 weather, farming
245 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.
246 Common Ground Two neighbors lived across a road Kansas City Magazine 1965 neighbors, farming A Single Focus 28.
247 The Waster The stalks still stand erect and the tassels wave, Kansas City Magazine 1961 animals, farming Limited View 37, Landmark and Other Poems 54.
248 Cold Snap The winter night in your face Kansas City Magazine 1965 winter, music A Single Focus 56.
249 Time to Act At last the revelation, a brisk wind peels Kansas City Magazine 1959 spring, anticipation
250 Weed Solitude Machines worn out, embalmed in rust, Kansas City Magazine 1960 machines, decay Limited View 8, Landmark and Other Poems 44.

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