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Rollerdrome and the millionaire : poems

Author: Fred Smith
Publisher: Santa Rosa, CA : Black Sparrow Press, 2002.
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Smith, Fred, 1933-
Rollerdrome and the millionaire.
Santa Rosa, CA : Black Sparrow Press, 2002
(OCoLC)606759645
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Fred Smith
ISBN: 1574231855 9781574231854 1574231847 9781574231847 1574231839 9781574231830
OCLC Number: 49260969
Notes: LC has no. 70, signed by the author.
Description: 219 pages : illustrations ; 24 cm
Contents: They were waiting in the airport ... --
Will someone please explain to me ... --
I don't want to fling accusations ... --
A person who liked tearooms said ... --
Mother was in the hospital ... --
Are all Christian Scientists like ... --
A color photograph taken ... --
Kurt is the middle son of a ... --
If the real things in life are all ... --
When their older son came home ... --
I belong to the older ... --
He had been an exchange student ... --
There is a footnote. Several years ... --
"Driving back from Marin at night ..." --
"I had to go all the way to ..." --
"All your life while you're growing up ..." --
She grew up in Chicago, across ... --
She waited till her boyfriend was ... --
She had a high IQ --
her teachers ... --
The daughter did not wait idly ... --
"Having gotten away with murder ..." --
Edward R. Murrow, it was, had ... --
I believe life is a dubious ... --
His mother was seventeen years ... --
Friday afternoon I caught the ... --
Sunday morning Father Jeffrey ... --
Father Jeffrey wrote that George ... --
After everyone left I helped ... --
When my aunt the Abbess was ... --
Late one night a message came ... --
Father's house had been furnished ... --
She wanted, she wrote, a husband ... --
Raining. And invited to her ... --
A murderer kills human flesh ... --
It doesn't excuse his rudeness ... --
Rollerdrome --
AFM Dash 4 --
Truth --
Virgil at Pittsburg, Kans --
Ars(e) Poetica --
Not Michelangelo's David --
Banker --
Arthur and Mae --
Vietnam Story --
Lullaby --
Card Reading --
Beloved Disciple --
Crime and Punishment --
Ploesti --
Grievance --
The Millionaire --
Barracks 1177 --
What Do You Want? --
To a Virgin, to Make Much of Entropy --
On the Occasion When an Eminent New Critic Was Unable to Have a Student's Work Published in a College Quarterly --
Opening Chorus of Cricket Players for an Opera Based on The Loved One by Evelyn Waugh --
Kevin, who reads my poems in ... --
The letter was from this person ... --
When I was growing up all the ... --
This young man has read all my ... --
Real English poets have only ... --
In high school I could never ... --
After that first year of college ... --
Emma was here for supper last ... --
It's not as if Emma hasn't ... --
It didn't take long deciding ... --
Kevin takes this condom business ... --
Sex was so much simpler in the ... --
AIDS has made Kevin into some- ... --
We were going out to dinner ... --
Buttons' last year was not an easy ... --
What is there about cats that makes ... --
Kevin dreamed last night that Buttons ... --
A bureaucrat may be defined ... --
Kevin asks why a man in his ... --
I wasn't all that innocent ... --
Wheeler Gibson dropped out of ... --
We were in Father Gene's office ... --
Sheep being separated ... --
This morning without any ... --
In a country that loves cults ... --
How disappointing that the world ... --
I don't think a person can be ... --
I asked my father once why he ... --
"What do you do?" "You know very ..." --
There comes a moment in every ... --
My chat pile kitty from Webb City ... --
My grandfather discovered lead ... --
The first time my sister admitted ... --
How can you tell a person is ... --
After visits to several doctors ... --
In the nursing home she is known ... --
When I was a student, teachers ... --
The last time I saw her, mother ... --
Michael called twice, the first time ... --
Men who like women are boring ...
Responsibility: Fred Smith.

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