Table of contents for Time and materials : poems, 1997-2005 / Robert Hass.

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Iowa, January
After Trakl
Envy of Other People's Poems
A Supple Wreath of Myrtle
Futures in Lilacs
Three Dawn Songs
The Distribution of Happiness
The Problem of Describing Color
The Problem of Describing Trees
The Winged and Acid Dark
A Swarm of Dawns, a Flock of Restless Noons
Breach and Orison
The World as Will and Representation
After the Winds
For Czeslaw Milosz in Krakow
Time and Materials
Domestic Interiors
Art and Life
Twin Dolphins
Then Time
That Music
Czeslaw Milosz: In Memoriam
Horace: Three Imitations
Tomas Transtromer: Song
(State of the Planet)
Poem with a Cucumber in It
Drift and Vapor (Surf Faintly)
"..white of forgetfulness, white of safety"
After Goethe
Hello, My Name Is Dmitri and I Am Your Waiter This Evening
A Poem
Bush's War
The Dry Mountain Air
First Things at the Last Minute
The Red Chinese Dragon and the Shadows on Her Body in the Moonlight
Poet's Work
Mouth Slightly Open
Old Movie With the Sound Turned Off
Ezra Pound's Proposition
Why the Relationship Between Neon and Prostitution Is Ecological
On Visiting the Demilitarized Zone at Panmunjon: a Haibun
Exit, Pursued by a Sierra Meadow
Tomales Bay, September
Notes & Acknowledgements

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