Cover

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pp. 1-2

Half-title

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pp. 3-4

Title

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pp. 5-5

Copyright

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pp. 6-6

Dedication

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pp. 7-10

Contents

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pp. ix-x

Tablet

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pp. 1-15

Possible Psalm

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pp. 2-16

Serotonin

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pp. 3-5

Or a Woman

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pp. 6-20

Brief Dream of Bronwyn Rae

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pp. 7-8

Poem Written in the Heliopause

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pp. 9-23

Eavesdripping Hour, Sunday Afternoon

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pp. 10-11

My Recently Implanted Gov’t Eco Guilt Chip

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pp. 12-26

In the Weeks before You Were Born, Driving through the Mission Valley, He Watches Her Begin a List for Labor

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pp. 13-27

Vows

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pp. 14-28

Blown Snow

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pp. 15-29

Strange Lullaby

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pp. 16-17

Not Knowledge

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pp. 18-24

Sustenance

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pp. 25-39

Partial Eclipse N 46.677, W 114.244

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pp. 26-27

Windowsill

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pp. 28-42

Tarnation

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pp. 29-43

Weekly Apocalyptic or Poem Written on the Wall in an Ascending Space Capsule

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pp. 30-44

May

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pp. 31-45

That Blue

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pp. 32-46

I Canonize Dick Curran

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pp. 33-34

They Tied the Madmen to Trees beside the River and All the Shrinks Went Out of Business

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pp. 35-49

Ghazal in Which End Word Repetition Is Implied

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pp. 36-50

Inscription

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pp. 37-51

September Miniatures with Blood and Mars

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pp. 38-39

The Taxidermist’s Answers

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pp. 40-54

Hammock Poem

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pp. 41-55

Stubborn Poem

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pp. 42-43

Nostrums (Bill Monroe)

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pp. 44-58

Things Boys Paint

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pp. 45-59

Comes to Worse

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pp. 46-52

February Sidereal with Backyard Doe

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pp. 53-54

Still Life with Starlight

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pp. 55-69

Study for Acrylic of Sleeman Peak Dusk with Wildflowers

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pp. 56-70

Poem with Several Keatsian References, Poem Burning Up in the Fire I Lit to Warm My Son, or Do as I Say Not as I Do

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pp. 57-58

Wintering

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pp. 59-60

Fluvial

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pp. 61-62

The Roofers Listen to Heart’s “Crazy on You” as They Work

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pp. 63-77

Vespers Beginning as Sheep Tallow in the Hands of a Priest

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pp. 64-65

The Forbidden

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pp. 66-67

Small Fire in Snow

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pp. 68-82

Naïve Melody

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pp. 69-70

Grove

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pp. 71-85

Trimmings

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pp. 72-77

A Toast

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pp. 78-92

Notes

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pp. 79-80

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Acknowledgments

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pp. 81-82

Deep thanks to: Joyce Bahle, John Bateman, Tanya Cohen, Todd Davis, Mike Delp, Bob DeMott, Rich Dombrowski, Jack Driscoll, Peter Drake, David Duncan, Jeffrey Foucault, Hannah Fries, Dan Gerber, Sarah Gridley, Jim Harrison, Matt Henderson, Joanna Klink, Melissa Kwasny, Dan Lahren, Helen McLean, ...

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pp. 98-98