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What have I ever lost by dying? : collected prose poems

Author: Robert Bly
Publisher: New York, NY : HarperCollins, ©1992.
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Bly, Robert.
What have I ever lost by dying?
New York, NY : HarperCollins, c1992
(OCoLC)645826199
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Robert Bly
ISBN: 006016817X 9780060168179
OCLC Number: 23976855
Description: xv, 90 p. ; 22 cm.
Contents: Pt. 1. The Point Reyes Poems. November Day at McClure's Beach. The Starfish. Calm Day at Drake's Bay. Welcoming a Child in the Limantour Dunes. An Excursion on Tomales Bay. Two Sounds When We Sit by the Ocean. The Dead Seal. Finding a Salamander on Inverness Ridge. Trespassing on the Pierce Ranch. October at Pierce Ranch --
Pt. 2. Family Poems. August Rain. Coming In for Supper. Climbing Up Mount Vision with My Little Boy. Sitting on Some Rocks in Shaw Cove. The Crow's Head. Finding an Old Ant Mansion. Christmas Eve Service at Midnight at St. Michael's. In Praise of a Grain of Rice. Eleven O'Clock at Night. A Visit to the Old People's Home --
Pt. 3. Objects and Creatures Glanced at Briefly. A Potato. An Oyster. A Caterpillar My Daughter Brought to Me. Looking at a Dead Wren in My Hand. The Porcupine in the Wind. A Bird's Nest Made of White Reed Fiber. A Caterpillar. An Octopus. A Godwit. A Rock Crab. A Box Turtle. Walking Where the Plows Have Been Turning. The Hockey Poem --
Pt. 4. Love Poems. Morning by the Lake. Standing Under a Cherry Tree at Night. A Bouquet of Ten Roses. Grass from Two Years. The Couple I Do Not Know Sitting by the Shore Near Carmel --
Pt. 5. Looking for the Rat's Hole. Warning to the Reader. The Touch of the Moth's Antenna. A Hollow Tree. Opening the Door of a Barn I Thought Was Empty on New Year's Eve. Dawn in Threshing Time. The Dried Sturgeon. Frost on the Windowpane. Visiting Emily Dickinson's Grave with Robert Francis. "Death Could Come!" An Ant Hill. The Slate Junco. The Stump. The Black Crab-Demon. Rendezvous at an Abandoned Farm. A Piece of Lichen. The Cicada Husk. The Fog Horns at Port Townsend. The Flounder. Defeating an Orange. The Mushroom. A Chunk of Amethyst.
Responsibility: by Robert Bly.

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