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Horoscopes for the dead : poems

Author: Billy Collins
Publisher: New York : Random House, [2011] ©2011
Edition/Format:   Book : Poetry : English : First editionView all editions and formats
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In this new collection, "America's most popular poet" covers the everlasting themes of love and loss, life and death, youth and aging, solitude and union.
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Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Billy Collins
ISBN: 9781400064922 1400064929
OCLC Number: 627685321
Notes: "United States poet laureate, 2001-2003"--Cover.
Description: xiii, 106 pages ; 22 cm
Contents: Grave --
The Straightener --
Palermo --
The Flâneur --
The Snag --
Memento mori --
As usual --
Thieves --
The Guest --
Gold --
Good news --
Genesis --
Horoscopes for the dead --
Hell --
Simple arithmetic --
Her --
Florida --
A Question about birds --
The New globe --
Girl --
Watercoloring --
At the home of the Baroness of Pembrokeshire --
Poem on the three hundredth anniversary of the Trinity School --
Chairs that no one sits in --
Memorizing "The Sun Rising" by John Donne --
Two creatures --
Vocation --
My unborn children --
Hangover --
Table talk --
Delivery --
The Symbol --
Winter in Utah --
What she said --
Feedback --
Drawing you from memory --
Riverside, California --
Cemetery ride --
Thank-you notes --
Lakeside --
Revision --
Night and day --
My hero --
The Meatball department --
Silhouette --
Bread and butter --
Roses --
After I heard you were gone --
On reading a program note on Aaron Copland --
Poetry workshop held in a former cigar factory in Key West --
Returning the pencil to its tray.
Other Titles: Poems.
Responsibility: Billy Collins.

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In this new collection, "America's most popular poet" covers the everlasting themes of love and loss, life and death, youth and aging, solitude and union.

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