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TABLE OF CONTENTS 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 Etymology 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 Pears 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 Consciousness Exit, Pursued by a Sierra Meadow Tomales Bay, September Notes & Acknowledgements
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