Cover

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Title

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p. iii

Copyright

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p. iv

Contents

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pp. v-vi

Address

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p. 1

Take This Poem

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pp. 2-5

Nocturne

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pp. 6-7

Friday

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pp. 8-9

Ballad

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p. 10

A Species Is an Idea (I)

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p. 11

F.A.Q.

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p. 12

Valet of the Shadow of Death

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pp. 13-14

Unseasonable Pastoral

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p. 15

Flow Chart

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p. 16

Poisonous Plants of America

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pp. 17-18

The Witch

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pp. 19-22

Still Life with Tornado

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p. 23

Wooded Tributary

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p. 24

The Oldest Garden in the World

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p. 25

Vernacular Architecture

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p. 26

Ruskin

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p. 27

Another Life in Green

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p. 28

Yesness Park

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pp. 29-30

Sonnet

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p. 31

You’ve Lost Your Card

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p. 32

This Is Not a Poem about Katherine Harris

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pp. 33-37

Year-end Review

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pp. 38-39

January

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p. 40

Blasted Hymn

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p. 41

May Day

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pp. 42-43

Exquisite Replica

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pp. 44-46

Sonnet

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p. 47

Extended Forecast

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p. 48

A Species Is an Idea (2)

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p. 49

Triptik

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pp. 50-52

Classified

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p. 53

Incidental Knowledge

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pp. 54-55

Blacklist

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pp. 56-60

In Strength Sweetness

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pp. 61-63

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Acknowledgments

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p. 65

Some of the poems in this collection first appeared in the following journals: Bomb, Boston Review, Chicago Review, CUE, Drunken Boat, HighChair, The Nation, No, and WebConjunctions. My thanks to the editors. Thanks to Susan Stewart for selecting some of these poems for the Boston Review prize. Thanks to Cole Swensen...