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Stars which see, stars which do not see : poems

Print Book, English, 1977
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Atheneum, New York, 1977
54 pages ; 22 cm
9780689107795, 068910779X
The poem
The self and the mulberry
Unable to walk in the heat
The mystery of Emily Dickinson
The wild cherry tree out back
Two pictures of a leaf
An elm we lost
Stars which see, stars which do not see
To no one in particular
Acceptance speech
New students
A fish : on beauty
After the ducks went in
Written during the depression : how to be happy - Spenser, Chaucer, Dryden, Johnson, Browning, Tennyson, Dickens, Hardy and Kipling
"Gradually, it occurs to us"
Two men in wool caps catching beaver
The great south bay
A catch of weakfish from Peconic Bay
John Clare's badger
Fresh news from the past
Three parts mud
To his solitary reader
What is there
Dew at the edge of a leaf
By different paths
Whatever we were going to tell each other won't mean as much
An introduction to my anthology
A goldfinch
Others stop elsewhere
The great American search for the perfect home town
The house in town
Bits and pieces of our land
Watching the bomber pass over
To Dorothy