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The smallest bird in North America

Author: Robert Grunst
Publisher: Kalamazoo, Mich. : New Issues/Western Michigan University, 2000.
Series: New Issues poetry & prose.
Edition/Format:   Print book : English : 1st edView all editions and formats
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The poems in this volume concern the flora and fauna of America's Midwest and West, from the orchards of Michigan, to Lake Superior and the grasses of Wyoming.

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Genre/Form: Poetry
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Robert Grunst
ISBN: 0932826962 9780932826961
OCLC Number: 45168499
Description: 62, [9] pages ; 22 cm.
Contents: Chanterelles --
Blue faces --
Orchard house near the Vistula River --
The need for morning-glories in March --
Canadian warbler --
The pine cone --
Etiquette : above St. Croix --
Three drums --
Of the city of my birth before my birth --
The hare --
Afterlight near the mouth of the Chocolay River --
Flowering and past flowering --
Mysteries of faith --
Cat in an old farm field overrun with foxgloves --
Ode in response to an eviction notice delivered by mice --
Chokecherries --
Clear Lake --
Another old program for reaching heaven --
From everlasting to everlasting --
Osage oranges --
Yellow tumblers --
Wawatam's dog : June 9, 1763 --
Smelt --
The smallest bird in North America --
How hard it is to stay among the living --
High pitches --
Hobbled horses and mules --
Goldenrod galls --
The last sweet-pickled pear.
Series Title: New Issues poetry & prose.
Responsibility: Robert Grunst.

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"With the observational eye of Charles Darwin and the soul of John Muir, Robert Grunst is a first-rate naturalist. He takes us on a journey of the flora and fauna of his life in the Midwest and West, Read more...

 
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