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|Notes:||"This first edition ... is limited to three hundred numbered and 75 deluxe copies specially bound, all of which have been signed by the author"--Colophon.|
|Description:||43 p. ; 27 cm.|
|Contents:||Abandon in place --
This attic where the meadow greens --
Poem written at noon while passing through a small town in upper Illinois on June 25th, 1978 --
a requiem and a warning --
The Shakespeare banquet, the Kipling feast --
Shakespeare the father, Freud the son --
A miracle of Popes, all with one face! --
The bike repairmen --
If peaches could be painters --
Once the years were numerous and the funerals few.