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C o ntents Foreword by Grace Schulman xi ONE 1 Zorba’s Daughter 3 On Arriving and Departing 4 Normal: A Surgical Lovesong 5 Safeway Via Dolorosa 6 The Interview 8 Windy City 9 The Living Room, My Sister Wrote, Had Seven Windows 10 Before the Air Became the Journey 11 Home Burial Scene 13 Wedding Fall-out 14 Chicago Spelling Bee Championship 15 Puella 17 The Moon Academy 18 The Fish 19 Blue Lady 21 The Potato Lovers 22 Prize 23 For the Cat Anthony 24 Dusky 26 On Forgiving the Great Price 27 Frightened by Italy 28 TWO  29 Hatteras Lighthouse 31 Arms 32 Zone 33 Camille Claudel at Large 34 In an Elizabethan Garden 35 Mosque 36 Mourning Doves 38 The Trap 39 Not to Be 42 Leda in the Park 43 Italian Evening 44 Almost Naomi 45 [viii] I Lose My Way to Your House 46 Of a Feather 47 Virus 48 Meditation the Morning After 49 Unrequited 50 The Proposal 51 Two Poets: A Sequel 52 Grooming 53 THREE 55 Metaphysical 57 Long After Dark at the Church Carnival 58 On Hearing a Lecture on Stars 59 The Chapel That Tempted O’Keeffe to Become a Catholic 60 At the Smallest National Cemetery, Balls Bluff, VA 61 Planes 62 Key of Heaven 63 All the Things I Couldn’t Say 65 Creche 66 Sculpture: The Young Acrobat 68 Small Fires—Nagasaki 69 Lullaby of the Train 70 One Eye 71 Child in Art Therapy 72 This Way, That Way 73 At Risk 74 Pretending in the Shower to be Blind 76 Patient 77 Yak 79 After the Flower 80 Vanishing Point(s) 81 Glass 82 Thoughts on St. Agatha 83 Earth Day 85 Note from a Train 86 [ix] On the High Speed Train to Vendome, I See a Woman Who Looks Like Madame Cezanne 87 Phrygian 89 Acknowledgments 90 About the Author 92 The May Swenson Poetry Award 93 For Alexia and Haley ...

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ISBN
9780874217971
Related ISBN
9780874217964
MARC Record
OCLC
650341890
Pages
93
Launched on MUSE
2012-01-01
Language
English
Open Access
No
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