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Titlesort ascending First Line Original Publication Date Themes Republication Hearst Collections
226 Surprise [2] Some friends of ours decided to Christian Science Monitor 1977 farming, unexpected
227 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.
228 Summer Rain I stayed in the field though the rain was Independent 1927 rain, drought Country Men (1937) xxxii, (1938) 54, (1943) 61.
229 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.
230 Subscription to Salvation What do you know, Wormwood Review 1981 religion, solicitation
231 Stunted Root A season without rain, he saw the stalks Kansas Quarterly 1971 sex, drought Shaken by Leaf-Fall 63.
232 Stream and Tree The stream's promise Wascana Review 1975 nature, suicide Shaken by Leaf-Fall 70.
233 Stranger Following his father's footsteps The Sun at Noon 1943 retirement, alienation The Sun at Noon 26, Snake in the Strawberries 21.
234 Strange Things Happen I found a ball in the yard Yankee Magazine 1984 memory, games North American Review 299.2 (Spring 2014) 27.
235 Stormbound Whipped by the blizzard I fled New York Times 1970 birds, weather Shaken by Leaf-Fall 20.
236 Stolid Farmer to His Son Choose your wife for straight legs and an honest tongue. The Sun at Noon 1943 wisdom, knowledge North American Review (1974) 28.
237 Still Heard but Faintly What chime struck from the iron air Periodical of Art in Nebraska 1976 winter, faith
238 Stepchild of Nature Open morning's door and listen NRTA Journal 1980 nature, alienation
239 Statistics and Waterfalls The textbook lies on the Black and White 1979 knowledge, imagination
240 Statement It doesn't matter what the critics say, Man and His Field 1951 poetry, critics Man and His Field 19, Snake in the Strawberries 24, The Good Earth 56.
241 Spring West of Town A man who lives inside my head Kernels 1939 busyness, waiting
242 Spring Weather Just when the grass Planting Red Geraniums: Discovered Poems of James Hearst 2017 weather, marriage Planting Red Geraniums 31
243 Spring Rites We celebrate the rites of spring New York Times 1971 planting, ritual Shaken by Leaf-Fall 49.
244 Spring Rain An early frost last fall Ladies Home Journal 1968 fall, persistence Shaken by Leaf-Fall 40, Landmark and Other Poems 55.
245 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.
246 Spring Lament The season has sounded its call to the farm's sleepy ears, Limited View 1962 spring, loneliness Landmark and Other Poems 53.
247 Spring Fever Sun touched I sit on a Cottonwood Review 1968 spring, anticipation Shaken by Leaf-Fall 27, Snake in the Strawberries 72.
248 Spring Barnyard Pigeons circle the wet glossy mud The Sun at Noon 1943 animals, materiality The Sun at Noon 37.
249 Sparrows in Spring The water falls drip.. drip.. drap Country Men 1937 planting, nature Country Men (1937) xiii, (1938) 33, (1943) 41.
250 Sounds around a Man It's late, late in the year Wisconsin Review 1970 sound, identity Voyages to the Inland Sea, II 45. Shaken by Leaf-Fall 38, Snake in the Strawberries 57.

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