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Collected poems 1956-1976, David Wagoner

Label
Collected poems 1956-1976
Title
Collected poems 1956-1976
Statement of responsibility
David Wagoner
Creator
Contributor
Author
Publisher
Subject
Genre
Language
eng
Cataloging source
DLC
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Wagoner, David
Dewey number
811.54
Index
no index present
LC call number
PS3545.A345
LC item number
A17 1976
Literary form
poetry
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Indiana University
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  • Indiana
  • American poetry
Label
Collected poems 1956-1976, David Wagoner
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Publication
Copyright
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volume
Carrier category code
nc
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Content category
text
Content type code
txt
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
  • Lullaby through the side of the mouth
  • Keepers
  • In the Badlands
  • Talking back
  • Trail horse
  • Death and resurrection of the birds
  • Doors
  • Touch of the mother
  • For a man who died in his sleep
  • Song offkey
  • Lying awake in a bed once slept in by Grover Cleveland
  • First Word
  • Inexhaustible hat
  • Extraordinary production of eggs from the mouth
  • Epitaph for a ladies' man
  • Victorian idyll
  • Police manual
  • Fortuna imperatrix mundi
  • Middle of nowhere
  • One ear to the ground
  • Waiting with the Snowy Owls
  • To be sung on the water
  • After consulting my yellow pages
  • Halcyon days
  • Survivor
  • One more for the rain
  • Break of day
  • Gift wrapping
  • Last words of the human fly
  • Vacation
  • Do not proceed beyond this point without a guide
  • Other side of the mountain
  • Doing time
  • Diary
  • First law of motion
  • Floating lady
  • Makers of rain
  • Doves of Mérida
  • Gathering of the loons
  • Old man, old man
  • Lost
  • Fog
  • Singing lesson
  • Beginning
  • Closing time
  • Bad fisherman
  • Talking to Barr Creek
  • First place
  • Vow
  • Slow country
  • To be written in Braille
  • Song for the worst day
  • Living in the ruins
  • Moving into the garden
  • Offering for Dungeness Bay
  • Guide to dungeness spit
  • Muse
  • Labors of Thor
  • Beauty and the Beast
  • Unloading the elephants
  • Snake Hunt
  • Worms
  • At the Hemingway memorial
  • Tachycardia at the foot of the fifth green
  • Elegy for a woman who remembered everything
  • Man who spilled light
  • Nesting ground
  • Elegy for yards, pounds, and gallons
  • Note to a literary club
  • Boy of the house
  • Litany
  • This is a wonderful poem
  • Chorus from a lost play-I
  • Chorus from a lost play-II
  • Report from a forest logged by the Weyerhaeuser Company
  • Lesson
  • Elegy for a forest clear-cut by the Weyerhaeuser Company
  • Homage
  • Sleeping in the woods
  • For a winter wren
  • Bonsai
  • Lost street
  • Raging
  • Vacancy
  • Trying to pray
  • Prayer
  • Fire song
  • Song for the maker of nightmares
  • Seánce for two hands
  • Song for the soul going away
  • Dark song
  • Song for the soul returning
  • Song for the first people
  • Death song
  • Breaking camp
  • Meeting a bear
  • Walking in a swamp
  • Tracking
  • Missing the trail
  • Emergency maker
  • From here to there
  • Being shot
  • Waiting in a rain forest
  • Travelling light
  • First trick
  • Return of Icarus
  • Roles
  • Getting somewhere
  • Death of Paul Bunyan
  • Breaking point
  • To my friend whose parachute did not open
  • Free passage
  • Walking at night
  • Relics
  • For a thirteenth anniversary
  • Her dream
  • Low tide
  • Clancy
  • For Patt, whispering to a burro
  • Old words
  • Uncanny illusion of the headless lady
  • Change
  • Calculation
  • Who shall be the sun?
  • How moss grew strong
  • How stone held his breath
  • How stump stood in the water
  • How stump found his village
  • How stump fished in the Black River
  • How Stump Became Rock's brother
  • How Stump dreamed of earthmaker
  • Song for the painting of the dead
  • Song for the eating of barnicles
  • Elegy for Simon Corl, botanist
  • Song for the stealing of spring
  • Song for snake
  • Song against the sky
  • Song for a stolen soul
  • Song for the skull of Black Bear
  • Song for the bones of salmon
  • Song for ice
  • Offertory
  • Plumage
  • Once upon a picnic ground
  • No sale
  • Breathing lesson
  • Satirists
  • Advice to the orchestra
  • Words about a narrow entrance
  • Out for a night
  • Every good boy does fine
  • That old gang of mine
  • Day in the city
  • On seeing an X-Ray of my head
  • Standing halfway home
  • Observer
  • Filling out a blank
  • Words
  • Staying alive
  • "Tan Ta Ra, Cries Mars ..."
  • Fruit of the Tree
  • House-hunting
  • Shooting of John Dillinger outside the Biograph Theater, July 22, 1934
  • Draftsman, 1945
  • Night of the sad women
  • Water music for the progress of love in a life-raft down the Sammamish Slough
  • Poets agree to be quiet by the swamp
  • Man of the house
  • For the warming of an artist's studio
  • Waiting on the curb
  • Spring song
  • Night passage
  • By the orchard
  • Going to pieces
  • Stretching canvases
  • Welcome
  • Revival
  • Talking to the forest
  • Walking in the snow
  • Afternoon on the ground
  • Sleeping by a river
  • Feast
  • After falling
  • Valedictory to Standard Oil of Indiana
  • Circuit
  • Speech from a comedy
  • Osprey's nest
  • Making up for a soul
  • Observations from the outer edge
  • Leaving something behind
  • Working against time
  • Room with a view
  • Man from the top of the mind
  • Come before his countenance with a joyful leaping
  • Song to accompany the bearer of bad news
  • At St. Vincent DePaul's
  • Bums at breakfast
  • Blues to be sung in a dark voice
  • March of Coxey's army
  • Searching in the Britannia tavern
  • Getting out of jail on Monday
  • Burglar
  • Shoplifter
  • Murder mystery
  • Hold-Up
  • Visiting hour
  • Escape artist
  • Tumbleweed
  • Soles
  • Recollection
  • Fire by the river
  • Nine charms against the hunter
  • In the open season
  • Archeological notes
  • Memento mori
  • Warbler
  • From Hell to breakfast
  • Crossing half a river
  • Stretching
  • Last look
  • Note from body to soul
  • Plainsong for everyone who was killed yesterday
  • Apotheosis of the garbagemen
  • Riverbed
  • Fisherman's wife
Control code
16831435
Dimensions
24 cm
Extent
xv, 301 pages
Isbn
9780253112453
Lccn
75028915
Media category
unmediated
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Media type code
n
System control number
  • (OCoLC)1858190
  • (OCoLC)1858190
Label
Collected poems 1956-1976, David Wagoner
Publication
Copyright
Carrier category
volume
Carrier category code
nc
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Content category
text
Content type code
txt
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
  • Lullaby through the side of the mouth
  • Keepers
  • In the Badlands
  • Talking back
  • Trail horse
  • Death and resurrection of the birds
  • Doors
  • Touch of the mother
  • For a man who died in his sleep
  • Song offkey
  • Lying awake in a bed once slept in by Grover Cleveland
  • First Word
  • Inexhaustible hat
  • Extraordinary production of eggs from the mouth
  • Epitaph for a ladies' man
  • Victorian idyll
  • Police manual
  • Fortuna imperatrix mundi
  • Middle of nowhere
  • One ear to the ground
  • Waiting with the Snowy Owls
  • To be sung on the water
  • After consulting my yellow pages
  • Halcyon days
  • Survivor
  • One more for the rain
  • Break of day
  • Gift wrapping
  • Last words of the human fly
  • Vacation
  • Do not proceed beyond this point without a guide
  • Other side of the mountain
  • Doing time
  • Diary
  • First law of motion
  • Floating lady
  • Makers of rain
  • Doves of Mérida
  • Gathering of the loons
  • Old man, old man
  • Lost
  • Fog
  • Singing lesson
  • Beginning
  • Closing time
  • Bad fisherman
  • Talking to Barr Creek
  • First place
  • Vow
  • Slow country
  • To be written in Braille
  • Song for the worst day
  • Living in the ruins
  • Moving into the garden
  • Offering for Dungeness Bay
  • Guide to dungeness spit
  • Muse
  • Labors of Thor
  • Beauty and the Beast
  • Unloading the elephants
  • Snake Hunt
  • Worms
  • At the Hemingway memorial
  • Tachycardia at the foot of the fifth green
  • Elegy for a woman who remembered everything
  • Man who spilled light
  • Nesting ground
  • Elegy for yards, pounds, and gallons
  • Note to a literary club
  • Boy of the house
  • Litany
  • This is a wonderful poem
  • Chorus from a lost play-I
  • Chorus from a lost play-II
  • Report from a forest logged by the Weyerhaeuser Company
  • Lesson
  • Elegy for a forest clear-cut by the Weyerhaeuser Company
  • Homage
  • Sleeping in the woods
  • For a winter wren
  • Bonsai
  • Lost street
  • Raging
  • Vacancy
  • Trying to pray
  • Prayer
  • Fire song
  • Song for the maker of nightmares
  • Seánce for two hands
  • Song for the soul going away
  • Dark song
  • Song for the soul returning
  • Song for the first people
  • Death song
  • Breaking camp
  • Meeting a bear
  • Walking in a swamp
  • Tracking
  • Missing the trail
  • Emergency maker
  • From here to there
  • Being shot
  • Waiting in a rain forest
  • Travelling light
  • First trick
  • Return of Icarus
  • Roles
  • Getting somewhere
  • Death of Paul Bunyan
  • Breaking point
  • To my friend whose parachute did not open
  • Free passage
  • Walking at night
  • Relics
  • For a thirteenth anniversary
  • Her dream
  • Low tide
  • Clancy
  • For Patt, whispering to a burro
  • Old words
  • Uncanny illusion of the headless lady
  • Change
  • Calculation
  • Who shall be the sun?
  • How moss grew strong
  • How stone held his breath
  • How stump stood in the water
  • How stump found his village
  • How stump fished in the Black River
  • How Stump Became Rock's brother
  • How Stump dreamed of earthmaker
  • Song for the painting of the dead
  • Song for the eating of barnicles
  • Elegy for Simon Corl, botanist
  • Song for the stealing of spring
  • Song for snake
  • Song against the sky
  • Song for a stolen soul
  • Song for the skull of Black Bear
  • Song for the bones of salmon
  • Song for ice
  • Offertory
  • Plumage
  • Once upon a picnic ground
  • No sale
  • Breathing lesson
  • Satirists
  • Advice to the orchestra
  • Words about a narrow entrance
  • Out for a night
  • Every good boy does fine
  • That old gang of mine
  • Day in the city
  • On seeing an X-Ray of my head
  • Standing halfway home
  • Observer
  • Filling out a blank
  • Words
  • Staying alive
  • "Tan Ta Ra, Cries Mars ..."
  • Fruit of the Tree
  • House-hunting
  • Shooting of John Dillinger outside the Biograph Theater, July 22, 1934
  • Draftsman, 1945
  • Night of the sad women
  • Water music for the progress of love in a life-raft down the Sammamish Slough
  • Poets agree to be quiet by the swamp
  • Man of the house
  • For the warming of an artist's studio
  • Waiting on the curb
  • Spring song
  • Night passage
  • By the orchard
  • Going to pieces
  • Stretching canvases
  • Welcome
  • Revival
  • Talking to the forest
  • Walking in the snow
  • Afternoon on the ground
  • Sleeping by a river
  • Feast
  • After falling
  • Valedictory to Standard Oil of Indiana
  • Circuit
  • Speech from a comedy
  • Osprey's nest
  • Making up for a soul
  • Observations from the outer edge
  • Leaving something behind
  • Working against time
  • Room with a view
  • Man from the top of the mind
  • Come before his countenance with a joyful leaping
  • Song to accompany the bearer of bad news
  • At St. Vincent DePaul's
  • Bums at breakfast
  • Blues to be sung in a dark voice
  • March of Coxey's army
  • Searching in the Britannia tavern
  • Getting out of jail on Monday
  • Burglar
  • Shoplifter
  • Murder mystery
  • Hold-Up
  • Visiting hour
  • Escape artist
  • Tumbleweed
  • Soles
  • Recollection
  • Fire by the river
  • Nine charms against the hunter
  • In the open season
  • Archeological notes
  • Memento mori
  • Warbler
  • From Hell to breakfast
  • Crossing half a river
  • Stretching
  • Last look
  • Note from body to soul
  • Plainsong for everyone who was killed yesterday
  • Apotheosis of the garbagemen
  • Riverbed
  • Fisherman's wife
Control code
16831435
Dimensions
24 cm
Extent
xv, 301 pages
Isbn
9780253112453
Lccn
75028915
Media category
unmediated
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Media type code
n
System control number
  • (OCoLC)1858190
  • (OCoLC)1858190

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