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Table of poems
An Algebra Of Innocence
Art, Love, Geology
As If The Past
The middle For Atmospheric Research
The Consolations Of Grammar
Elegy As set of rules: Seasonal Lamentation
The destiny As If
He desires Of A Cruise
In Layman's Terms
The Little Flowers
The guy with no Body
Matters Of Time
More's The Pity
Never To Heaven Go
The New Geometry And The Little Blue Heron
Summer As A Verb, Nantucket As An Island
Swellings of favor, elements Of Speech
A Tree packed with Fish: 1
A Tree jam-packed with Fish: A Three-quarters Life
A Tree choked with Fish: one other Dream used to be During
A Tree choked with Fish: Dreams
A Tree choked with Fish: The Dream Of The Inconsolable Desert
A Tree choked with Fish: The 5th Christmas Dream
A Tree jam-packed with Fish: The nonetheless, nonetheless Life
A Tree choked with Fish: The 3rd Dream Recurrent
A Tree jam-packed with Fish: warfare is that this Dream To A Child
The makes use of Of Enchantment
When tradition used to be well known
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