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The morning glory : prose poems

Author: Robert Bly
Publisher: New York : Harper & Row, [1975]
Edition/Format:   Book : English : 1st edView all editions and formats
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Additional Physical Format: Online version:
Bly, Robert.
Morning glory.
New York : Harper & Row, [1975]
(OCoLC)567369694
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Robert Bly
ISBN: 006010368X 9780060103682 0060103671 9780060103675
OCLC Number: 1831880
Description: xi, 76 pages ; 22 cm
Contents: Bird's nest made of white reed fiber --
Leonardo's secret --
Looking at a dead wren in my hand --
Sitting on some rocks in Shaw Cove, California --
At a fish hatchery in Story, Wyoming --
Hunter --
Hollow tree --
Looking into a tide pool --
Seeing Creeley for the first time --
Hockey poem --
Walking on the Sussex coast --
Turtle --
Frost on window panes --
My three-year-old daughter brings me a gift --
Looking at a dry tumbleweed brought in from the snow --
Watching Andrei Voznesensky read in Vancouver --
Standing under a cherry tree at night --
Two prose poems on locked-in animals --
Waterfall coming over a cliff --
In the courtyard of the Isleta Mission --
Poem about Tennessee --
On the rocks at Maui --
Rock inlet on the pacific --
Point Reyes poems: November day at McClure's --
Walking among limantour dunes --
Trespassing on the Pierce ranch --
Climbing up Mount Vision with my little boy --
Sunday morning in Tomales Bay --
Calm morning at Drake's Bay --
Finding a salamander on Inverness Ridge --
Sea water pouring back over stones --
Dead seal near McClure's Beach --
Large starfish --
Going in a helicopter from Riverside to the L.A. airport --
Half-grown porcupine --
Visiting Thomas Hart Benton and his wife in Kansas City --
Walking in the Hardanger Vidda --
Written forty miles south of a spreading city --
Caterpillar on the desk --
Windy day at the shack --
August rain --
Grass from two years --
Christmas Eve service at midnight in St. Michael's --
Opening the door of a barn I thought was empty on New Year's Eve.
Responsibility: by Robert Bly.

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