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Titlesort descending First Line Original Publication Date Themes Republication Hearst Collections
226 I'm a Christian but . . . It gets pretty thick when The Complete Poetry of James Hearst 2001 religion, satire
227 Important Question I didn't come here Voyages to the Inland Sea, II 1972 thoughts, neighbors Landmark and Other Poems 19.
228 Improve the View Why don't you decorate Nebraska Review 1981 religion, mortality
229 Impudence Rowdy winter wind, Man and His Field 1951 wind, winter Man and His Field 52.
230 In April This I saw on an April day: Midland 1926 spring, renewal The Republican Journal (3 April 2014) <>. Country Men (1937) iii, (1938) 19, (1943) 29, Man and His Field 38, Snake in the Strawberries 16.
231 In Doubt Perhaps the fields are doubtful too in spring Midwest Quarterly 1965 farming, winter A Single Focus 24, Landmark and Other Poems 35.
232 Inquiry Now catch your breath and hear the softly rounded Poetry 1935 promise, resurrection America Is West Ed. John T. Flanagan. Minneapolis: Univ. of Minnesota (1945) 309. Country Men (1937) ix, (1938) 28, (1943) 38, Landmark and Other Poems 45.
233 Instead of Honey Let's get to work, time may be short with us, Poetry Now 1976 labor, religion Snake in the Strawberries 4.
234 Intruder The morning flowered in A Single Focus 1967 morning, sadness A Single Focus 65, Landmark and Other Poems 25.
235 Invocation Come, you farmers, let us sing together American Prefaces 1936 farming, religion American Prefaces 6 (Autumn 1940) 42. Man and His Field 34, Snake in the Strawberries 22.
236 It Could Be Worse, Maybe My god, such a night! Slow Loris Reader 1978 insomnia, morning Landmark and Other Poems 9.
237 It Happened A rumpled bed, Hawk and Whippoorwill 1974 Depression, friendship
238 It Might Be True When we kids complained about English Journal 1980 childhood, superstition Planting Red Geraniums: Discovered Poems of James Hearst Planting Red Geraniums 39.
239 It Might Save Us What they had in common The Complete Poetry of James Hearst 2001 neighbors, relationships
240 It Never Went Away In daytime the cellar seemed safe, New River Review 1977 night, fear Snake in the Strawberries 91.
241 It Was Like This It was neither the Herod in me Commonweal 1967 argument, forgiveness
242 Judgment by Spring Rain Some snarl faced poet Yankee Magazine 1973 seasons, aging Proved by Trial 7, Snake in the Strawberries 94.
243 Karma Still, cries of hunting shake the grove DePaul Literary Magazine 1965 hunting, wilderness A Single Focus 26, Snake in the Strawberries 45.
244 Keep the Storm Outside Rain patters on my roof Shaken by Leaf-Fall 1976 weather, reflection Shaken by Leaf-Fall 33, Landmark and Other Poems 34.
245 Kelly's Woods Kelly’s Woods—our picnic grounds Time Like a Furrow: Essays 1981 family, childhood Planting Red Geraniums: Discovered Poems of James Hearst Planting Red Geraniums 40-42.
246 Lack of Seed Power He drooped like a wilted flower Harper's Bazaar 1980 impotence, regret
247 Land of Beginnings The door you once closed lets you slip through Snake in the Strawberries 1979 time, farming Snake in the Strawberries 3.
248 Landmark The road wound back among the hills of mind Poetry 1962 memory, impermanence Heartland: Poets of the Midwest. 77, Interpreting Literature. 4th ed. K.L. Knickerbocker and H.W. Reninger, eds. New York: Holt, Rinehart and Winston. 1969. 364, The Iowan (Spring 1979) 17. Limited View 6, Landmark and Other Poems 7.
249 Landscape—Iowa No one who lives here Shaken by Leaf-Fall 1976 land, people Shaken by Leaf-Fall 45, Snake in the Strawberries 67, The Good Earth 63.
250 Last Day at the Swimming Hole Two boys pick their way English Journal 1974 summer, time