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The throne of the third heaven of the nations millennium general assembly : poems, collected and new

Author: Denis Johnson
Publisher: New York : HarperCollins Publishers, ©1995.
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Johnson, Denis, 1949-
Throne of the third heaven of the nations millennium general assembly.
New York : HarperCollins Publishers, ©1995
(OCoLC)681475497
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Denis Johnson
ISBN: 0060171804 9780060171803 0060926961 9780060926960
OCLC Number: 31901310
Description: xi, 225 pages ; 24 cm
Contents: The man among the seals --
Quickly aging here --
Boy aged six remembering --
Victory --
Spring --
Why I might go to the next football game --
A woman is walking alone late at night --
The dry dry land. Here --
The glimpsed old woman in the supermarket --
Poem questioning the existence of the sea --
Telling the hour --
Retirement --
The year's first snow --
On a busy street a man walks behind a woman --
Checking the traps --
The man among the seals --
Crossing over the ice --
Upon waking --
A child is born in the midwest --
To enter again --
Drunk in the depot. The cabinet member --
In a rented room --
Driving toward winter --
A poem about baseballs --
The woman at the slot machine --
The mourning in the hallway --
Out there where the morning --
In praise of distances --
A consequence of gravity --
For the death of the old woman --
The man who was killed --
April 20, 1969 --
An evening with the evening --
Winter --
Prayer: that we may be given this day the usual business --
The two --
Looking out the window poem --
There are trains which will mot be missed --
Commuting --
Employment in the small bookstore --
Working outside at night. An inner weather --
The supermarkets of Los Angeles --
"This is Thursday. Your exam was Tuesday." --
Falling --
Students --
What this window opens on --
The incognito lounge --
White, white collars --
Enough --
Night --
Heat --
The boarding --
The song --
The white fires of Venus --
Nude --
Vespers --
The story --
Surreptitious kissing --
From a Berkeley notebook --
On the olympic peninsula --
A woman --
Now --
Ten months after turning thirty --
In a light of other lives --
For jane --
Sway --
The circle --
The woman in the Moon --The Flames --
Minutes --
The coming of age. You --
Poem --
Radio --
Tomorrow --
The confession of St. Jim-Ralph --
Passengers --
The veil --
The Rockefeller collection of primitive art --
Talking Richard Wilson Blues, by Richard Clay Wilson --
The skewbald horse --
The basement --
The monk's insominia --
Man walking to work --
Gray day in Miami --
The other age --
Killed in the war I didn't go to --
The heavens --
Street scene --
The spectacle --
Someone they aren't --
The words of a toast --
Sonnets called "on the sacredness" --
The prayers of the insane --
All-night diners --
Behind our house --
Traveling. Red darkness --
In Palo Alto --
Survivors --
After Mayakovsky --
The risen --
The past --
The honor --
Poem --
Proposal --
Movie within a movie --
Spaceman Tom and Commander Joe --
Willits, California --
The throne of the third heaven of the nations --
Millennium general assembly --
Our sadness --
Feet --
Iowa City --
Crow --
California --
Visits --
Drink --
A saint --
Ulysses --
Ocean and wilshire --
Grocery on Venice Beach --
On the morning of a wedding --
Blessing --
Orchard --
Where the failed Gods are drinking.
Responsibility: Denis Johnson.

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