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Titlesort descending First Line Original Publication Date Themes Republication Hearst Collections
651 Winter Solstice This is the final day Country Men 1938 love, winter Country Men (1938) 57.
652 Wish for a Season Today you said you would not sigh South Dakota Review 1969 winter, longing
653 Wither Away, Friend An ill-matched pair Grain 1982 marriage, argument
654 Within Limits One afternoon in early spring Anglo-American Studies 1983 cleaning, decay A Country Man 20.
655 Without Your Good Morning Perhaps I miss you more than I should, A Country Man 1993 death, loss A Country Man 49.
656 Witnesses The orchard basks in South Dakota Review 1982 fall, wilderness
657 Woman and Her Wayward Garden Maples and oaks turn scarlet, Dry Leaves 1975 fall, wistfulness Dry Leaves.
658 Women Shearing Men The wind whistles a bawdy tune, Canadian Forum 1979 control, animals Snake in the Strawberries 97.
659 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).
660 Words of a Season Bundled in scarfs the kids ride their bikes Epoch 1966 seasons, transitions A Single Focus 15, Landmark and Other Poems 30.
661 Words that Smell Bad Neighbor, your "friendly" note arrived New River Review 1977 neighbors, argument Snake in the Strawberries 86.
662 Wren in the Vervain Sprung from the sacred verbena family A Single Focus 1967 nature, birds A Single Focus 14, Landmark and Other Poems 47.
663 Wren Logic The stump braces its roots America 1969 birds, persistence Shaken by Leaf-Fall 58, Snake in the Strawberries 74.
664 Year after Year By ones, twos and in groups A Country Man 1993 routine, childhood A Country Man 16.
665 Yes, It Would Wouldn't it be a gas some morning Quartet 1974 responsibility, animals Landmark and Other Poems 9.
666 You Can't Plow Stone The plow point starts the furrow, Sunday Clothes 1973 farming, defiance
667 [On the road to the farm] On the road to the farm Planting Red Geraniums: Discovered Poems of James Hearst 2017 winter, creation Planting Red Geraniums 29
668 [Thank goodness it doesn't bug you often] Thank goodness it doesn’t bug you often, Planting Red Geraniums: Discovered Poems of James Hearst 2017 purpose, routine Planting Red Geraniums 33.
669 [The committee debated] The committee debated Planting Red Geraniums: Discovered Poems of James Hearst 2017 censorship, satire Planting Red Geraniums 23
670 [There was an old cock] There was an old cock Planting Red Geraniums: Discovered Poems of James Hearst 2017 sex, animals Planting Red Geraniums 34
671 [There's music in my heart] There’s music in my heart, Planting Red Geraniums: Discovered Poems of James Hearst 2017 love, nature Planting Red Geraniums 35-6

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