INDEX         The Stories and Poems of S. D. Rodrian
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2 ENDs [f.l.-CCXXVII-]
20,000 Cows! [St.-CDLXXXVI-]
A bucket of Fury drapes the Sun [f.l.-CCVIII-]
A bunch of notes run UP [f.l.-CLXXXII-]
A chariot [f.l.-XLV-]
A chill accompanied the rain; [f.l.-LXXV-]
A Dialogue Between Heaven & Earth. [s.T.-CCV-]
A disconnected accusation flew [f.l.-CCCXLIII-]
A discontented falcon [f.l.-CDXXIII-]
A Distant Sail [T.-CDL-]
A dog like me, chasing his idiopathic hair [f.l.-CCCLXXXV-]
A famous frog [f.l.-CCCV-]
A Garden is the prison [f.l.-CCCXIII-]
A genuine poet, who was a very truly nice [f.l.-CCCLVIII-]
(A Gothic Story) [s.T.-CDLXIII-]
A green saloon [f.l.-CXXXII-]
A honey bee [f.l.-XIV-]
A journeyman went by the house [f.l.-CXXIII-]
A LONG WAIT [T.-CDLXIII-]
A man walked by [f.l.-XCIV-]
A MIRROR OF ETERNITY [T.-CCLXII-]
A multitude of Quietude [f.l.-XXVI-]
A new love's granted me a boon forevermore [f.l.-CDLXVI-]
A PARODY & A PARAPHRASE [T.-CCCLXXXVII-]
A petrified glissade [f.l.-CLXXXV-]
A petty thief with a soft hand [f.l.-CCXIV-]
A record of the stormy Strains of Rage [f.l.-CCXXX-]
A Remains of Ruins [f.l.-CLXVI-]
A Revolution built a flower [f.l.-L-]
A Saga upon [f.l.-CCCLIII-]
A small green frog [f.l.-CCCXLVI-]
A SMALL PRAYER [T.-XXIII-]
(A Song) [s.T.-XCII-]
A squint in a flash of Sun [f.l.-CCCI-]
A veil of silk dilution's strewn [f.l.-LXXII-]
A Zillion Likenesses! [St.-CDLXXVI-]
About the time The World's noise [f.l.-CCLXXX-]
(About The Night-Camp) [s.T.-LXVIII-]
Above Credibility Gap, still [f.l.-CDXIX-]
Above Th'Split of Morning [f.l.-CLXXXIII-]
Absolute Relativity: An Essay On The Nature of The Universe
Absent from apple-picking [f.l.-CCXCII-]
Across the landscape [f.l.-CLXXXVI-]
(Adam & Eve) [s.T.-CDXLIX-]
Adding his deliberate [f.l.-CCCXCII-]
Admiring how The Moods return again [f.l.-CCCXI-]
AEROLOGY [T.-CCXLVI-]
Afraid to take the unbeaten path, [f.l.-CCXLII-]
After a friend's departure [f.l.-CCXCI-]
After the Crinkling Tide [f.l.-CDXVII-]
(After W. W. II) [s.H.-CCCLV-]
Ah! we are falling, falling [f.l.-XXV-]
ALEMBIC [T.-CXXXV-]
All of you loved his quiet dampened mood. [f.l.-LXXXIII-]
... All owns Beginning & owns [f.l.-CCCLXXXVI-]
All words exist merely for the effect. [f.l.-CCV-]
ALLEGORY [T.-LXIV-]
Allow the wakeful Spring to die: [f.l.-VI-]
Alone among Th'Wonders of the congregated [f.l.-CCLXXXIII-]
Along a chary road, alone [f.l.-CCLX-]
ALONG THE WAY A QUARTER [T.-CCCXLIX-]
Amiable sleep (this dream), harmonious [f.l.-CDLXVI-]
Ample make this Humankind [f.l.-XXIII-]
& it's easy O to bring th'cool [f.l.-CDLVIII-]
& out of the Woods the foliage scoops [f.l.-CCXXXVI-]
An aspiration worn [f.l.-LXIX-]
An old woman from Dade County [f.l.-VIII-]
An ornamental flower [f.l.-CCCXXVII-]
ANABASIS [T.-CDXLVII-]
ANNUAL FLATS [T.-XIII-]
Anything is Yes. The pale lover stands [f.l.-CCII-]
ARS POETICA [T.-CXL-]
As all the Heavens [f.l.-CLIX-]
As he goes after Breeze's notes [f.l.-CDVII-]
As I was walking down the street [f.l.-CXXVII-]
As we burned wood [f.l.-LXVIII-]
Asbestos is the lizard's skin [f.l.-CDXXII-]
Aspire unto a worthier Song! [f.l.-CCLXXIV-]
Assume for a moment the look of Nix [f.l.-CCCVIII-]
At Evening or at Dawn, [f.l.-XL-]
At star time [f.l.-CCCXLVIII-]
At supper is a frog [f.l.-CC-]
At this time: a tree [f.l.-CCCLXV-]
At This Date (Not On This Date) [s.T.-CCCLXXII-]
[AT THIS DATE, NOT ON THIS DATE] [s.T.-CCCXVII-]
ATARAXIA [T.-XVII-]
ATE LEAN [T.-CCCLXXX-]
AUTUMNAL ODE [T.-CCLVIII-]
AVANT GARDE [T.-CCI-]
Axelrod Earnestman and The Pin-Head Dancers. [St.-CDLXXXII-]
BALLADE [s.H.-CCLXXIV-]
Beaky Mixto and The Butterfly Bush. [St.-CDLXXXIII-]
Beauty came [f.l.-XXXI-]
Beauty is Beethoven's Grosse Fugue [f.l.-CCXCV-]
Because the gift plucked from Earthward [f.l.-CLXIX-]
BEEFY BAIT [T.-CDXXII-]
Bending in their blazing of Nature at her [f.l.-CCXXXVIII-]
Beneath the hundred eyes [f.l.-CVIII-]
BESTIAL [T.-CCXII-]
Between Th'Lately & Always fall [f.l.-CDIII-]
BIRDIE'S SHAVEN! [T.-CDII-]
Black are the waters, black. A lyre [f.l.-CCIV-]
Black Night [f.l.-CCCXXVIII-]
Blindman's Rage [s.T.-CCCXXXV-]
Bloom, where she grows [f.l.-CLXXIII-]
BLOOMINGS & UNDERCURRENTS [T.-LXXXIV-]
Blue the Commemorative times, man- [f.l.-CCCLXXVII-]
Blurred are the streaks of a World [f.l.-CLVIII-]
BOOTY-SHOE [T.-CDVI-]
BOOTY'S ALIVE [T.-CDIX-]
Born from some worthy End [f.l.-CCLIII-]
Breasts beat [f.l.-CCXXIX-]
But do not tell me about Death [f.l.-CDII-]
By a string as strong as lies [f.l.-CXLV-]
By Faith alove [f.l.-CCCXCIV-]
By virtue of an invisible [f.l.-CDXLVIII-]
Canto The First [s.H.-CCCLXXVI-]
Cantosaftercantos I [s.H.-CDLXX-]
Cantosaftercantos II [s.H.-CDLXX-]
Cantosaftercantos III [s.H.-CDLXX-]
Cantosaftercantos IV [s.H.-CDLXX-]
Cantosaftercantos V [s.H.-CDLXX-]
Cantosaftercantos VI [s.H.-CDLXX-]
Cantosaftercantos VII [s.H.-CDLXX-]
Cantosaftercantos VIII [s.H.-CDLXX-]
Cape, our blindness, sits [f.l.-CLXIII-]
Capriciously the panther tossed [f.l.-CCCLXIX-]
Cat licks [f.l.-CCLI-]
Caught up in Courage's empty rib-cage [f.l.-CCCLXXVIII-]
Caverns in the squealings/dealing Woods [f.l.-CDXLV-]
CHESS [T.-CDXLVI-]
Cherubiko's Marvelous Bandwagon and The Best Musicians On Earth. [St.-CDXC-]
CHORUS: Looking Down [s.H.-CCCXIX-]
Clad [f.l.-CCLVII-]
Clean-cut, like a wound [f.l.-CCCXLI-]
CLIFTY DRIVE [T.-CDXIX-]
Closed be mine eye. [f.l.-CCLXXIX-]
CLOSED FORM [T.-CCCXIII-]
Cold, all-combined, came up [f.l.-CXLII-]
Cold as is Winter [f.l.-CCCLXXV-]
COLD, WET LINES [T.-LXXV-]
Color spread over the grass [f.l.-II-]
Coming along in neckcurls [f.l.-CCCXXIX-]
COMMISSION [T.-LXXI-]
COMMUNION [T.-CCIV-]
Confidence's the lad [f.l.-CCXXIII-]
Conservative in beauty [f.l.-CLXXXIX-]
CONTINUAL [T.-CLXVIII-]
Could I die at the wink of a Sorrow [f.l.-XXXII-]
CREATION [T.-CCLXVII-]
Cuando me paro a contemplar mi estado [f.l.-CDLXV-]
Curious to know [f.l.-CCLIV-]
"Daddy, why is there war?" [f.l.-CXXXVII-]
Dancers of Delphi [f.l.-CDXXVIII-]
DAS HELDENLEBEN [T.-CCCXV-]
DAYDREAM [T.-CCCX-]
Debussy in the afternoon [f.l.-CDXXVII-]
December is a moodless month [f.l.-CCCXII-]
Departing but to stay, and staying to depart, [f.l.-CDLXV-]
Desmayarse, atreverse, estar furioso, [f.l.-CDLXV-]
DIGS [T.-CCLXXVII-]
DIPS [T.-XI-]
DIRTY CLAN [T.-CCCXCV-]
DIRTY SWINE [T.-CDIV-]
DIRTY [T.-CCCXCIV-]
DISCERNMENT & DETERMINATION [T.-XXIV-]
DISSIPATION [T.-CXCIV-]
"Dissolving in a grey Agony of tinctured [f.l.-CDLIX-]
Distance is, to the Mind, that rope [f.l.-CIII-]
Distraction Number... [T.-CDLI-]
DITTY, UNRHYMED [T.-CCLXXXVI-]
DITTY [T.-CCCXVII-]
DO [s.H.-CCCLXXII-]
DOGGEREL [T.-CCXCVIII-]
Dogs are such sonnababitches, frightening you [f.l.-CDXIII-]
Dominion comes to be [f.l.-XXI-]
DOMINO MAN [T.-XCVIII-]
DOOR [s.H.-CCCLXXII-]
Down the sidewalks of the extreme [f.l.-CCCLXXXIV-]
Dried snow [f.l.-CCXXXIV-]
DRIFTY SOAR [T.-CDXVIII-]
DRIFTY SWAN [T.-CDXV-]
Drunk with the sleeping poppies' dew [f.l.-XLIII-]
Dulce soñar y dulce congojarme, [f.l.-CDLXVI-]
Dust smells the grass [f.l.-CCXXXI-]
DUTY-FREE [T.-CCCXCVIII-]
EARTH-JOURNEY [T.-I-]
Economy invests in me [f.l.-XCVI-]
EIDOLON [T.-CCCVI-]
ELEGY [T.-CCXCI-]
En tanto que de rosa y azucena [f.l.-CDLXVII-]
ENCORE [T.-CCLIX-]
ENDs WITH THE MEANS [T.-CLIV-]
ENVOI [s.H.-CCLXXIV-]
EPILOGUE (Fade In) [s.H.-CCLXXIV-]
EPITAPH For The Future [s.H.-CCLXXIV-]
Epitaph. [s.T.-LXXI-]
Estoy continuo en lágrimas bañado [f.l.-CDLXVII-]
Eve. [s.T.-IC-]
EVERGLADES ARABESQUE [T.-LXXXV-]
Everglades' Dusk [s.T.-LIII-]
Everything passes. Turn your head [f.l.-V-]
Everything that exists [f.l.-CCCLXXXI-]
EXCERPT from An EULOGY To Modern Man: [s.T.-CCCXLVIII-]
EXTRACTEXT [T.-CDXXVI-]
Eye put The i over the fence [f.l.-XVII-]
EYES CLOSED EYES [T.-IX-]
Fallacy's invisible falcons swoosh [f.l.-CXXXIX-]
Farther & farther drift the eyes [f.l.-CXVIII-]
Fat people go like crazy: [f.l.-CCCLXVI-]
Feelings that dwell above the word [f.l.-CXL-]
FELINALIA [T.-CCLI-]
FILTHY TRUE [T.-CDXVI-]
Final is the Fall. Yet as it goes [f.l.-XXVII-]
Finding himself [f.l.-CCCXLIX-]
Five Sonnets by Lope Felix de Vega [T.-CDLXV-]
FIVE ETUDES [T.-CCXXXVI-]
FIX [s.H.-CCCLXXII-]
FIX'S FREE [T.-CDXXIII-]
FLICKS & CLICKS [T.-CDLIV-]
FLIRTY'S GAIT [T.-CDIII-]
Flood-of-Fire [f.l.-CCCLXXXII-]
FLORIDA FABLE [T.-VIII-]
Footsteps not on the grass [f.l.-CCCX-]
Footsteps upon the snow [f.l.-CDXXXIII-]
For emphasis [f.l.-XVIII-]
For many a year I raced the Wind [f.l.-CCXLVI-]
For pity's sake let us all praise [f.l.-CCCXXIII-]
Fortunate Dawn rekindles! downing Day [f.l.-CCLXXXIV-]
FRAGMENTS OF ACCEPTANCE FROM REALIZATION [T.-CCLXI-]
[from the Spanish-Disputed authorship] [s.H.-CCLXXXI-]
From A Robed Prophet. [s.T.-XCI-]
From briefest Moment [f.l.-CCCLXXXIII-]
From the trenches [f.l.-CCCLXIV-]
From whichever End you turn [f.l.-CCCLIV-]
Gathering flowers in the rain [f.l.-CDIX-]
Glances elucidate the skies [f.l.-CCCIII-]
Golden unpremeditated's Sun! [f.l.-CCLXXVI-]
Good thing it is that all decays: [f.l.-XII-]
GORE'S A-SOAR [T.-CDVIII-]
Graceful, the solemn brow [f.l.-XXXIII-]
Granite's dual shafts [f.l.-CXXXIII-]
Gravity as Thermodynamics: The Explanation For The Universe
Gray ashen [f.l.-CDV-]
Grown to an inward leap [f.l.-CXLIX-]
GUESS [T.-CXXXVII-]
GULLS, GAMBITS & CASUALTIES [T.-C-]
Harbor lights nightly bring to bear [f.l.-CCCXC-]
HATE [s.H.-CCCLXXII-]
Have patience, Wounded World: [f.l.-CCCL-]
He forged the corners [f.l.-CCXXIV-]
He took the hunger-cutting scythe casually [f.l.-CXXI-]
Heaven is the delight of Wings [f.l.-LXIV-]
Heaven redeems its saints [f.l.-CCXCIV-]
HEAVEN [s.H.-CCCLXXII-]
Heaven's Pledge does not move me, Lord, [f.l.-CCLXXXI-]
HELL WITH A WHITE HAT [s.H.-CCLXXIV-]
Her eyes, the passing Fancy that they [f.l.-CCLXIII-]
HER [T.-CCCXX-]
Here lies forsooth [f.l.-XXII-]
Hermosas ninfas que, en el río metidas, [f.l.-CDLXVII-]
His ears capture the still [f.l.-CDVIII-]
Hoarfrosts in the strangest shapes [f.l.-CCCIV-]
Honors like a flood of hounds at height [f.l.-CXLIV-]
How shall I make my good The Blood? [f.l.-LXVII-]
How sudden it appears [f.l.-CCCXLII-]
HUMANITY HYMN [T.-CVI-]
HURRY WORE [T.-CCCXCIX-]
HURTY YOU [T.-CCCXCVII-]
HYMNID [T.-CXXIX-]
I am phony, lads: [f.l.-CCCLXVII-]
I am steeped constantly in tears, rending [f.l.-CDLXVII-]
I bought The New Principles outright. [f.l.-CLXXIX-]
I caught a glimpse of a regret [f.l.-CCXVIII-]
I checked the so-called straight course [f.l.-CCCXLIV-]
I come into these halls [f.l.-CCLXXVII-]
I follow the circumference of Old [f.l.-CDLXII-]
I follow the circumference of Old [f.l.-MUSES-]
I found a shoveler [f.l.-CCXIX-]
I have come to this place [f.l.-CCLXXIII-]
I know the lion is no lamb [f.l.-CDLXIX-]
"I never thought-" [f.l.-CDXXVI-]
I passed a leafless tree. [St.-CCLXIX-]
I prophesy [f.l.-CDLII-]
I saw a bird upon its prayer [f.l.-CCXL-]
I sit here wondering, at the point [f.l.-CCCXCI-]
I spill upon the draft, [f.l.-CCXLV-]
I tried to speak a crystal Word [f.l.-LX-]
I wish I could sing. I wish [f.l.-CLXI-]
I've lost a Frame: Stolen! and There remains [f.l.-CCCXXV-]
ICE SCULPTURES [T.-XXXI-]
If anyone is listening [f.l.-CDXIV-]
If it is possible to pause [f.l.-LXX-]
If it is possible [f.l.-LXXIX-]
If it must be then Let It Be [f.l.-CVI-]
If there had been a poignant Song [f.l.-CCLXXXVIII-]
If you are going to measure out [f.l.-XLVIII-]
IF SKIN [T.-CCCLXXVIII-]
ILL OMEN [T.-CCCLXXIV-]
Imagist junkies run down the swamp [f.l.-CCCXCVII-]
Immortal Blood, [f.l.-CDXII-]
IMMORTALITY [T.-CCV-]
IMPASSE [T.-CLXXIX-]
IMPORTANCE [T.-CCCIII-]
In a flash, "What is eternity?" [f.l.-CCLXII-]
In cherry blossoms, factories of [f.l.-CD-]
In Echo Hill [f.l.-CCCLXX-]
In Echo Hill [s.T.-CCCLXX-]
In gross repose [f.l.-CDLXIII-]
In harsh collision over Earth [f.l.-CCCXVIII-]
In Memoriam [s.T.-CLXXXI-]
In O a World so real as this [f.l.-CCCXXI-]
In recklessness [f.l.-XLII-]
In the alien redwoods, [f.l.-CLIII-]
In the last days of warm weather [f.l.-CDLIV-]
In the noonrise stream [f.l.-CXLIII-]
In the rudiments was born the glory [f.l.-CDXLIX-]
In the threadbare brims, hushed [f.l.-CCCLXXIX-]
Inaugural. [s.T.-LXXI-]
INDULGENCE [T.-CXCIII-]
INDULGENCES OF THE AUTUMNAL BEE [T.-XIV-]
Infinity, finely, takes [f.l.-CCLXX-]
Injustice is The Sword [f.l.-CCXXI-]
Inside me, [f.l.-CDXI-]
INTERSTITIAL [T.-XX-]
Ir y quedarse y con quedar partirse, [f.l.-CDLXV-]
Irradiations Orange [f.l.-CCCLXI-]
Is it really so strange [f.l.-CCCLVII-]
Is the Wall real? No frost is seen on [f.l.-LXXVII-]
It has been a quiet year: [f.l.-CCCXVII-]
It is a driftwood flame [f.l.-CDXXIV-]
It is a Journey out of fear [f.l.-I-]
It is not Hummingbird who [f.l.-CCCLXXXIX-]
It is remarkable [f.l.-CI-]
It is the time to stop & think: [f.l.-XXXVII-]
It must be plain to All [f.l.-CLXXXI-]
It seems incredible when Truth [f.l.-CII-]
It takes the Light to make us see [f.l.-CCCXXXV-]
It was a long race, but all won [f.l.-CCXVII-]
It was a sudden field of bloom [f.l.-IV-]
It was when World was [f.l.-CCI-]
It would have been [f.l.-CDL-]
Ivory towers [f.l.-CCCLXII-]
JANE [T.-CLXXXIX-]
JULY FOURTEENTH, NINETEEN SEVENTY-ONE [T.-CCCLXXII-]
JUST LIKE THE BIRD THAT RUNS ALONG [f.l.-CXII-]
LAD LIKE THE WIND [T.-XCIII-]
LAURELS & YOKES [T.-CVIII-]
Leaning against the Light [f.l.-LXXVI-]
LEAVEN SIN [T.-CCCLXXIX-]
Legs take the road [f.l.-CDXLII-]
Less horse than ass, [f.l.-CCCI-]
Let's make a Song [f.l.-CXCVI-]
LIEBESTOD [T.-LXXIX-]
Life-like in granite [f.l.-CDX-]
LIFE STORY [T.-CCXLVII-]
LIFT THE BRICKS [T.-CDXX-]
Like bower [f.l.-XC-]
LIMALUMALAY [St.-CDLXXII]
LINEATIONS [T.-LXXXVI-]
Little creature in Th'Lea [f.l.-CDI-]
Little deserves the crow [f.l.-CDXLIII-]
Look! just look at how Man swims [f.l.-CXX-]
Lord, if it rains this afternoon [f.l.-CCCXXX-]
Love turned me glad enough (that [f.l.-CDLXVI-]
Love's impatient for The Second Coming: [f.l.-CLXXVII-]
Love's poetry, the random concept's mind [f.l.-CDLXV-]
LYRIC [T.-CXIV-]
Man stands [f.l.-CCIX-]
Man took time off to speak with me [f.l.-CDLXI-]
MAN THE MOTH [T.-VI-]
MANIFESTO Of The Quintilis Revolution [s.H.-CCLXXIV-]
MANIFESTO Of The Sextilis Revolution [s.H.-CCLXXIV-]
Many a pause that passes on [f.l.-CCIII-]
Many cold moons & weary suns [f.l.-CDLIII-]
Many the promises No One has kept; [f.l.-CLXXV-]
Mao's Cows. [T.-CDXCIV-]
MAYBE [T.-CCCXXX-]
Me, And The Leafless Tree. [St.-CCLXIX-]
ME [s.H.-CCCLXXII-]
MEANS WITHOUT ENDs [T.-CLVI-]
MEANT WE CHEW [T.-CCCLXXXV-]
MEDIEVAL HIGH [T.-CXLVI-]
Men the innumerable few [f.l.-CCXXXVII-]
Men were born naked [f.l.-LXXXI-]
MEN [T.-CCCLXXIII-]
MEND YOUR CRICK [T.-CCCXC-]
Mensch! Look: Where once life was [f.l.-XCVII-]
Mercy is: When stars go out [f.l.-CCCVII-]
MIAMI, 1969 [T.-CCCXII-]
MIMESIS [T.-CCLXXII-]
MIND RAIN [T.-CDXLIV-]
MINE [s.H.-CCCLXXII-]
Minstrels [f.l.-CDXXXIX-]
MONODY [T.-CXVI-]
Moon exhales [f.l.-CCLXV-]
More Last Words [s.H.-C-]
Morning comes [f.l.-CCXII-]
Morningdu And The Whimpering Little Skeleton. [St.-CDLXXV-]
MORNING SONG [T.-CCXCII-]
MULE-FOOLS [s.H.-CCCI-]
MUSES [T.-CDLXII-]
My boy, Song is a Tomb: [f.l.-CXVI-]
My expectation rises for a while; [f.l.-CDLXVII-]
My mentors, prudent, wise, [f.l.-LXXXIX-]
Nature & Mind are One [f.l.-CLXXXIV-]
NATURE [T.-CCLXVI-]
NE PLUS ULTRA [T.-XXXIII-]
NECESSITY [T.-CXCII-]
Never abandoned or alone; [f.l.-XXXIV-]
Never the troubadour [f.l.-LII-]
NIFTY [T.-CDXIV-]
NIHILITY [T.-CCCII-]
NIX BEING [T.-CCCLXXXI-]
NIX'S DIVE [T.-CDLIII-]
No eyes are there to see [f.l.-IX-]
No meeting have the two: one cradling [f.l.-CDXX-]
No one believed it when I said [f.l.-LXI-]
No one has measured Woe [f.l.-VII-]
No one knows me: [f.l.-CCXXV-]
No one regards [f.l.-CLXXII-]
NO LION IS A LAMB [T.-CDLXIX-]
Not all th'firmament at Night [f.l.-CDXLIV-]
Nothing fills a philosopher [f.l.-CDLXVIII-]
Nothing is ominous enough [f.l.-CXIV-]
Nothing is so foremost a despair [f.l.-CCCLVI-]
Nothing is so short to trace [f.l.-CCCXXXII-]
NUAGES [T.-CCXVI-]
Nunca de amor estuve tan contento [f.l.-CDLXVI-]
Nymphs which, submerged here in this river [f.l.-CDLXVII-]
O blare away [f.l.-CCCLXVIII-]
O How to escape The Answer! [f.l.-CLVII-]
O Lazy me, O lazy me [f.l.-CXXIX-]
O sweet endowments (by my sorrow found), [f.l.-CDLXVII-]
O tiny speck of definite design! [f.l.-CCCLI-]
O what an artist [f.l.-CLXXXVII-]
O winds that blossom in the wildest [f.l.-CXCVIII-]
OBJECT, SUBJECT & ODE [T.-CXCI-]
Observations On An Earth-Journey [s.T.-CCCLXXII-]
Observe this bower & its enclosed leaf-dust [f.l.-CCCLXIII-]
Occasion'lly I pause [f.l.-XX-]
October trees old verses praise [f.l.-CLXXI-]
October's the month of leaves- [f.l.-CCVI-]
Ode to Evening [s.H.-CCLV-]
Ode to Morning [f.l.-CCLV-]
Ode to Morning [s.H.-CCLV-]
Of The Doubly-Sure [s.T.-CLIX-]
OF ANTS & MEN [T.-CXXXVI-]
OF BODY & SOUL [T.-CCCXXVIII-]
OF HUMAN PROGRESS [T.-CCCLV-]
Offer the Eye a crumb [f.l.-III-]
Oft repeated it's again, then: [f.l.-CCX-]
­Oh, dulces prendas, por mi mal halladas, [f.l.-CDLXVII-]
On A Candle [T.-CCVII-]
On A Dust-Speck [T.-CCCLI-]
On An Empty Milk Carton, Crushed [s.T.-CCII-]
On The Divine Inhuman [T.-CCXXI-]
On The Proustian Mechanism [s.T.-CLXII-]
On The Soul, both Profane & Sacred [s.T.-CLXV-]
On The Wounded World [s.T.-CCCL-]
ON APPROVAL [s.T.-CLXIV-]
ON HUMAN ACHIEVEMENT [T.-CCIX-]
ON MY MORTALITY [T.-CCXLV-]
ON MYSELF [T.-CLXVI-]
ON PATH FINDING [T.-CCXX-]
ON STAR-WALKING [T.-CCCXLV-]
ON THE END OF THE WORLD [T.-CCLIII-]
ON THE FOUR SEASONS [T.-CCLXXVIII-]
ON THE INSIDE [T.-CCCXLI-]
ON THE MOMENT [T.-CLXVII-]
ON THE OUTSIDE [T.-CCCXXIX-]
ON THE TOAD [T.-CCLX-]
ON WHAT MATTERS [T.-CCXXXVII-]
Once there was a brave man with a Beard [f.l.-CDLXIV-]
Once there was a one-legged ole goat [f.l.-CDLXIV-]
Ordinance is drawn [f.l.-LXVI-]
Organism Man is sudden- [f.l.-CCLXXXII-]
Our House. [St.-CDLXXX-]
Out of a cosmos, out of a [f.l.-CCXXXIX-]
Out of the pool of Time we brought [f.l.-CCXXVIII-]
OUTSTART [T.-LXXX-]
Over your ridge of [f.l.-CDXLVII-]
Painstakingly I searched [f.l.-XXXVIII-]
PARABLE [T.-CCXXII-]
Paradise Lost [s.T.-CCCLXXV-]
PARKED-MAKING [T.-LXV-]
Pasando el mar Leandro el animoso, [f.l.-CDLXVII-]
"Pass the Law, pass the lead, [f.l.-CXXXVIII-]
Patience perseveres to The End [f.l.-CXC-]
Pear gathering [f.l.-CXCIII-]
People are walking. [f.l.-CCLXXV-]
PEPE'S SONG [T.-CCCXCVI-]
Perched upon Pride, there stands Autumn [f.l.-CCXXXII-]
PERFECTION [T.-CCLXIII-]
... perhaps it's Adam, at the start, [f.l.-CCCXCIII-]
Perhaps it was just sheer coincidence [f.l.-CDLX-]
Perhaps to other men [f.l.-XXIX-]
PERSPECTIVE [T.-XXIX-]
PHANTASMAGORIA [T.-LXXXI-]
PICARESQUE [T.-CCXXIV-]
PIROUETTE [T.-CI-]
Pity & Mercy are cousins [f.l.-LXXIV-]
PLACARD [s.H.-CCLXXIV-]
PLATITUDES OF THE HORIZONTAL [T.-V-]
Please don't ask me: [f.l.-XLVI-]
PLENTY [T.-CCCLXXXIII-]
Poems 4 The Funeral. [s.H.-CCCI-]
Poisons of every brand [f.l.-CCCXVI-]
POPE: [s.T.-CXXVI-]
PRESIDENTE JUAN [T.-CCCLXXXIV-]
PRETTY JIVE [T.-CD-]
PRETTY LATE [T.-CDXII-]
Princes came from their distant quit [f.l.-CDXL-]
Prithee, so graceful is the candle's Light [f.l.-CCVII-]
Prophesy in all its fog [f.l.-CXI-]
PSALM [T.-CLIX-]
QUANTUM SUFFICIT [T.-CL-]
QUATRAIN SECUNDUS [T.-CCCXXXIV-]
Quiescence & Limerick [T.-CCXXXVIII-]
RAISON D'ETRE [T.-CXCVI-]
Ramses The Story of A Bike. [St.-CDLXXXIV-]
Reason defers our Joy [f.l.-CCCLIX-]
REFLECTION [T.-CCXXXIX-]
"Relativity-Jockeying." [s.T.-CCCXXXIII-]
REMEMBRANCE [T.-CCXL-]
Remorse is rather hoarse [f.l.-CVII-]
Repose: A butterfly [f.l.-XCV-]
REQUIEM [T.-LXIII-]
Respect is tossed into the hands of Man [f.l.-CCCXXXVII-]
RESTORATION OF THE REPUBLIC THATneverWAS [s.H.-CCLXXIV-]
REVERIE [T.-CCCXI-]
Rhyme's no impediment [f.l.-CCLII-]
RIGOR MORTIS [T.-XCV-]
RIMES [T.-CCCIV-]
ROUNDELAY [T.-CCXV-]
RUN-ON [T.-LXIX-]
S T U B S [T.-XVIII-]
SABBATICAL [s.H.-CCLXXIV-]
Sails [f.l.-CDXXIX-]
Satiety's a part [f.l.-CLXXX-]
Satire # SCAN: [s.H.-CCCLXXII-]
SATIRE [T.-L-]
Scorpions, who've never been told [f.l.-CLI-]
Scurrying butterfly! [f.l.-CCCIX-]
SEVEN ODD ONES [T.-CDLXIV-]
"Shakespearian Sonnet" [s.T.-CCCXLIV-]
She plays [f.l.-CCCVI-]
SHIFTY LEA [T.-CDXVII-]
SHORTY'S EVEN [T.-CDXI-]
SHORTY'S KEY [T.-CDVII-]
Silence touches me. [f.l.-CCLXXII-]
SINFONIA [T.-CLXXXV-]
SIR TIN [T.-CCCLXXVI-]
Sit with me. Attend [f.l.-CLX-]
Six Sonnets by Garcilaso de la Vega [T.-CDLXVII-]
Skating the edge of Caught [f.l.-CXXXI-]
Smile like the Wind [f.l.-XCIII-]
So intimate the Soul becomes, [f.l.-CXXV-]
So nice and O, so nice [f.l.-CLIV-]
SOLOIST: Looking Up [s.H.-CCCXIX-]
Some moments manufacture Courage from [f.l.-CCCXXXIX-]
Someone I have always known [f.l.-CDLVI-]
Something creeps along the lawn [f.l.-LV-]
Something rationally [f.l.-CCLXIV-]
SOMETHING IS ALL ! [s.H.-CCLXXIV-]
Somethings form photographs bitter [f.l.-CDVI-]
SONNET ON POETS [T.-CCLVII-]
Sorta Fine [s.H.-CDV-]
SORTA RAN [T.-CDXIII-]
Soul sits patiently [f.l.-CLXX-]
SOUL AS THE SONG [T.-XL-]
Sounds & scents swirl in the evening wind [f.l.-CDXXXI-]
SPLURGE [T.-II-]
SPORTY LICKS [T.-CDX-]
SPRING SOUNDS AT DAWN [T.-LV-]
Spunky blind soldiers in black [f.l.-CXXXVI-]
Standing in the way of harm [f.l.-CCCI-]
Stiff's The Door. [T.-CDXLI-]
Streets lie empty [f.l.-CCXVI-]
STYX'S THE KEY [T.-CCCXXXI-]
Successful Impregnation sits [f.l.-CCXCVII-]
Suddenly pondered [f.l.-CXIX-]
Superfluous Truth we poured & drank [f.l.-XXX-]
Sweet orra Songs are heard [f.l.-CDXV-]
Swift is The Rain-covering [f.l.-CCL-]
SWINE WIN [T.-CCCLXXXII-]
T E S T A M E N T [T.-CCLXXIV-]
TACK ATTACK [s.H.-CCCI-]
Take me where Tomorrow shakes [f.l.-CCLXVII-]
Th'Consciousness smiles a buzzard [f.l.-CCLIX-]
Th'Mind somersaults sometimes [f.l.-CCLXXVII-]
... that Faith rides recklessly atop an [f.l.-CCCXIX-]
That grueling ictus, Midnight, [f.l.-CLV-]
That you may believe [f.l.-CCLXXVIII-]
THE ADMINISTRATION: [s.H.-CCLXXIV-]
The Age there saw a Silence [f.l.-CCXI-]
The almond eyes fruitlessly looked on the fruit [f.l.-CDLV-]
"The amiability & pliancy of our stalk- [f.l.-CCCLXXVI-]
THE ARTIST'S EPITAPH [T.-CCCLXVII-]
The Autumn is a war of leaves [f.l.-CCXXXVI-]
The battle-piece, Fortune! [f.l.-CDXLVI-]
The Battlefield: [f.l.-CXCIV-]
The beautiful fuss-budget flower [f.l.-CXLI-]
The Bird-Brained King. [St.-CDLXXVIII-]
The blue & beautiful gazelle [f.l.-XXXVI-]
The blue babies seek Eden [f.l.-CCXCIX-]
THE BREAKDOWN [T.-CCXXIX-]
(The Breathing Spell) [s.T.-LXX-]
The breezes rush [f.l.-CCXLVIII-]
The busy sky goes by mindless, eluding [f.l.-CDLVII-]
The Centipede [f.l.-CXVII-]
The Centipede [T.-CXVII-]
The cheetahs [f.l.-CCLXVI-]
The child finds himself of contours [f.l.-LXXXVI-]
THE COSMIC CRAFT [T.-XXXIV-]
THE DEDICATION [s.H.-CCLXXIV-]
THE DIVORCE SONG OF J. ALFRED FRUGALFROCK [T.-CCCLXXI-]
The faults & flaws of Earth's mortality [f.l.-CCXCIII-]
The First Page tries to ask us Why [f.l.-CCXLVII-]
The Flesh is puppet to the Soul [f.l.-CXCII-]
The fleshy demons [f.l.-CCCXXXVIII-]
The Flower abjures [f.l.-CCCXXIV-]
The Ghost At The Top of The Tree. [St.-CDLXXXV-]
The girl with the golden hair [f.l.-CDXXXV-]
THE GREAT SPEECH TO THE POPULUS [s.H.-CCLXXIV-]
The Hills of Anacapri [f.l.-CDXXXII-]
THE HIPPOPOTAMUS & THE HUMMINGBIRD [T.-XLIX-]
The Horrible Ogre of Maromero. [St.-CDLXXIX-]
The Hound of The Bar Cur-Bills. [St.-CDLXXXI-]
"The Humbug & The Louse." [s.T.-CCCXV-]
The Hummingbird deliciously [f.l.-XLIX-]
The i [f.l.-CIV-]
THE INAUGURATION [s.H.-CCLXXIV-]
The Interrupted Serenade [f.l.-CDXXXVI-]
The landscape has been cut [f.l.-LXV-]
THE LAST DAYS OF THE REPUBLIC [s.H.-CCLXXIV-]
THE LATEST TESTAMENT [s.H.-CCLXXIV-]
THE LORD: [s.T.-CXXVI-]
The madman in his padded cell. [f.l.-CCCXCVI-]
The Mallard Duck [f.l.-XXXIX-]
The Man Who Could Slurp A Pig Up Through A Straw [St.-CDXCII-]
THE MENTAL ORNA [T.-CCCXXVII-]
The mongrel fish schools move in their total [f.l.-CCCLXXX-]
The Morning Wind begins to sail [f.l.-LXXXV-]
The mountain looked down to the brook [f.l.-X-]
The nuptials of the trees [f.l.-LXXIII-]
THE OBSOLETE TESTAMENT [s.H.-CCLXXIV-]
THE OCTILIS COUP [s.H.-CCLXXIV-]
THE OTHER SIDE: [s.H.-CDXX-]
The pockets of Folly are wide & bold [f.l.-XI-]
The poet addresses his gullible child: [f.l.-CDXXI-]
The poet may toss a sweet blitzkrieg [f.l.-CCCLXXIV-]
THE PRAYER [s.H.-CDX-]
The Rainbows' Collision! [St.-CDXCI-]
The Rainstorm On Maple Avenue. [St.-CDLXXVII-]
The rapids gargle all over the rocks [f.l.-CCLXXXVII-]
The Religion of The Universe. [s.T.-CCLXI-]
The Rock Collector. [St.-CDLXXIIII-]
The Rules of Life [T.-CDLXX-]
The saddest Song I ever heard [f.l.-XVI-]
The seed is round [f.l.-CCXLI-]
THE SEPTILIS COUP [s.H.-CCLXXIV-]
The Seventh Golden Coin. [St.-CDLXXIV-]
"The SF Bible" [s.T.-CCLXXIV-]
THE SILKEN CANEWALK [T.-CCCLIV-]
THE SOLILOQUY [s.H.-CCLXXIV-]
The Songs that bring [f.l.-CCCXIV-]
The Soul can look into the Light, [f.l.-XCVIII-]
The sound of the Sun at noon [f.l.-CXXX-]
The spider, [f.l.-CXV-]
THE SPIDER & THE LOUSE [T.-CXV-]
The stainless soldiers dressed with white [f.l.-LXXXII-]
The Steeple Clock [f.l.-XLI-]
The steps of Puck [f.l.-CDXXXVIII-]
The Sun is rising [f.l.-CCXXXV-]
The sunken cathedral [f.l.-CDXXXVII-]
The syndicate of the sunshine sits [f.l.-CXXIV-]
THE TERROR TREE [T.-CCCLXV-]
THE THING TO FEAR [T.-XCIV-]
The town proclaimed & spread my Fame: [f.l.-CCXXVI-]
The tragic earth [f.l.-CLII-]
THE TRUE REPUBLIC AT LAST DEMOCRATIC [s.H.-CCLXXIV-]
The unburdened soil [f.l.-LXII-]
THE VEIL OF MAYA [T.-XIX-]
The Village of The Monsters. [St.-CDLXXXVIII-]
The Voyage of The Fra Jolly-Song. [St.-CDLXXXVII-]
The way to Paradise is by gathering up [f.l.-CCCLV-]
The willows know [f.l.-CV-]
The Wind on the plain [f.l.-CDXXX-]
The Wind on tiptoe kisses comes [f.l.-CLXXVI-]
The Wind replies-at once-when all th'stars [f.l.-CCXXXVI-]
The winds of Winter with their effete hands [f.l.-CX-]
THE WORD IS TRUTH [T.-XXXVIII-]
The World is not yet old [f.l.-CCXIII-]
The World will see again [f.l.-XCI-]
The year passed me by, and I [f.l.-CLXXIV-]
The years grow yellow at the stem. [f.l.-XIII-]
There I was, intently into 'Wee-Wee' [f.l.-CCCXCIX-]
There is a grotto [f.l.-LIX-]
There is a prayer without [f.l.-CCCXCVIII-]
There is O [f.l.-CCLXVIII-]
There once was a man with a terrible [f.l.-CCXXXVI-]
There once was a quite loud-mouthed fan [f.l.-CDLXIV-]
There was a new baby from Dawes [f.l.-CDLXIV-]
There was a young man with a nose [f.l.-CDLXIV-]
There was an old guy with one eye [f.l.-CDLXIV-]
There was some ole bag in Nantucket [f.l.-CDLXIV-]
They tickled him until he laughed; [f.l.-C-]
Things Were Much Stranger Then! [St.-CDXCIII-]
This child will not conceive of Pain [f.l.-LXXXVIII-]
This is not Wisdom. You can tell: [f.l.-CCCXXXVI-]
This is the simple life (a frog [f.l.-CXXXV-]
This path [f.l.-CCXX-]
THIS SHY SNAIL [s.T.-CLXXII-]
Those who survive [f.l.-CCXXII-]
Though no one knows [f.l.-CXLVI-]
Threads of wounds [f.l.-CCCLII-]
Three cats in an ambulance [f.l.-CXXII-]
Three Sonnets by Juan Boscan [T.-CDLXVI-]
Three there were, kin more or less: [f.l.-CCCXXXIII-]
THRENODE [T.-XVI-]
THRIVE [s.H.-CCCLXXII-]
Tied to a bloodied Sun [f.l.-CCCXV-]
Time & again [f.l.-CCXV-]
Time trumps up another turn [f.l.-CXXVIII-]
Time turns, but does not fold. [f.l.-CLXV-]
... to take the bus [f.l.-CDXVIII-]
[To A Mirror] [s.T.-CCXC-]
To A Twentieth-Century Prophet [T.-CDLII-]
To come upon a button [f.l.-CLXVII-]
To Elohim or Aphrodite [s.T.-CLXXVII-]
To fain & dare defy, be furious [f.l.-CDLXV-]
To rise to Heaven one must have wings [f.l.-CCCXXXIV-]
To The Present Generation [T.-CCXXVIII-]
To The Winds of Winter [T.-CX-]
TO A POINT [T.-CCLXX-]
TO THE MEADOW LARK [T.-CCXXXII-]
TO VENUS OR JEHOVAH [T.-CCVIII-]
Toad, the philosopher, perfectly still [f.l.-CXIII-]
Tombs talked between them both [f.l.-XV-]
TOMBSTONES [T.-XV-]
Touching th'dew [f.l.-CLVI-]
TOUCHSTONE [T.-VII-]
Tough Heart. [s.T.-LXXXVIII-]
TRANSCENDENCE [T.-CXLVIII-]
TRANSCENDENTALITY [T.-CCCXXVI-]
TRANSFIXTURE [T.-CCXXXV-]
TRANSLATION of Sorts / from Collins [s.H.-CDXI-]
Trust me to bring you! said the Sea [f.l.-XXXV-]
Truth, the Great Immolator of madmen & kings [f.l.-CCCXXVI-]
TURANTOD [T.-CDXL-]
TURKEY BUZZARDS AT GETTYSBURG [T.-CXXXVIII-]
Two watermelons fell from The Sky: [f.l.-LVIII-]
TWO ELVES [T.-CCCLXXV-]
TWO EPITAPHS [T.-CCLXXIX-]
Un nuevo amor un nuevo bien me ha dado, [f.l.-CDLXVI-]
Un rato se levanta mi esperanza. [f.l.-CDLXVII-]
Under the Night [f.l.-CCCLX-]
Unlike the foil so finely braid [pun] [f.l.-CCXXXVI-]
Unsinister assassins stalk the evening [f.l.-LIII-]
Upon the shore the waves reside [f.l.-LXXXVII-]
VALEDICTORY [T.-LVI-]
Versos de amor, conceptos esparcidos [f.l.-CDLXV-]
VESPER [T.-CLXIX-]
Victims fail [f.l.-LXXI-]
Vierte racimos la gloriosa palma [f.l.-CDLXV-]
Vision can jump (in a deep cry [f.l.-XXIV-]
Waiting to be contended [f.l.-CDXLI-]
WARTY [T.-CDV-]
WATER-ELF [T.-CCCVIII-]
Waves [f.l.-CCLXI-]
We are a restless quiver on the throat [f.l.-CCCXL-]
We assert [f.l.-CLXIV-]
We do not hear the sounds within, [f.l.-LXXXIV-]
We hardly dare look up unto brighter things [f.l.-CCLVIII-]
We have moved- [f.l.-LXXX-]
We have walked the stars [f.l.-CCCXLV-]
We shall bound up Her [f.l.-CCCXX-]
We were enwound by The Great Sound [f.l.-LI-]
Wearing her multiples-robes slightly [f.l.-CXCIX-]
WENT TO WHORE [T.-CCCLXXXVIII-]
What angles dissect the World [f.l.-CXCV-]
What boundless & compelling [f.l.-CCXXXIII-]
What do'ye want it to be about? [f.l.-CXLVII-]
What Eyeball saw [f.l.-CXXXIV-]
What is distance? [f.l.-CCC-]
What is normal?... Not all our Mind [f.l.-CCCXLVII-]
What is the process [f.l.-CLXII-]
What matters if Wisdom [f.l.-CCXLIII-]
What mysteries these eyes [f.l.-CL-]
What passions the hills have known [f.l.-CCXCVI-]
"What sees't thou out there?" [f.l.-CCCI-]
What soul hath Man? except there's [f.l.-CCCXCV-]
What the West Wind saw [f.l.-CDXXXIV-]
What World knows [f.l.-CIX-]
What's Pity? [f.l.-CXCI-]
What's the point? in this earth like a cat [f.l.-CDIV-]
Whatever Darkness lives collects [f.l.-CCCLXXXVIII-]
... when Th'Morning, wet & green, [f.l.-CLXVIII-]
... when we achieve our Joy, or when we feel [f.l.-CCCXIX-]
When I succeed too much [f.l.-LIV-]
When I was sitting in a restaurant [f.l.-LXXVIII-]
When it was Th'Sword (new-built) [f.l.-CLXXVIII-]
When it's dark, when it's very dark [f.l.-XXVIII-]
When lilacs bloom in stems of Gold [f.l.-XCII-]
When to consider my life's state I pause [f.l.-CDLXV-]
When you are gone [f.l.-CCCLXXI-]
WHEN TICK-FREE [T.-CCCLXXXVI-]
WHEN WE HAVE IT [T.-CCCXCI-]
Whenever turquoise Evening runs [f.l.-IC-]
Where the Sunfalls [f.l.-CCXLIX-]
WHERE & WHERE [T.-XXV-]
WHIFF-O-HEAVEN [T.-CDXXI-]
While lilies' and th'Rose's tinctures [f.l.-CDLXVII-]
While swimming the ocean th'brave Leander [f.l.-CDLXVII-]
WHO WAS ANONYMOUS? [T.-CCXXV-]
Whose elegies [f.l.-XLVII-]
Why did they build the Pyramizoid? [f.l.-CXCVII-]
Wild deer, do not run: [f.l.-CCXCVIII-]
Will Powerfool Wishing A Mite. [St.-CDLXXXIX-]
Winter awaits, although impatiently [f.l.-LVI-]
WINTERCORN [T.-CCXLI-]
Wisdom covers all with Rust [f.l.-XLIV-]
With lover's lips my woman says [f.l.-CLXXXVIII-]
Withered brownstone fringe [f.l.-CCLXXI-]
Within the heart Th'Winter is [f.l.-CCLXXXV-]
Without love Joy's royal palms lament [f.l.-CDLXV-]
Without the walls of Troy [f.l.-CCCII-]
Woman with Child [f.l.-CCLXXXVI-]
Words are heard in the Morning sill [f.l.-LXIII-]
WORE THIN [T.-CCCLXXVII-]
World holds together by keeping from itself [f.l.-XIX-]
WORRY KICK [T.-CDI-]
WRAPPED UP TOO LITTLE OR TOO MUCH [T.-LIV-]
WREN WE ATE [T.-CCCXCII-]
WRENCH THE SPINE [T.-CCCXCIII-]
XYLOIDIUM [T.-LXVIII-]
Yet let me live where such a tree [f.l.-CXXVI-]
Yet, listen now: "Behold no more! [f.l.-LXXI-]
You cannot build a spiral tower [f.l.-CCXLIV-]
You cannot threaten Butterfly [f.l.-CDXVI-]
You may enjoy The Maypole around [f.l.-CCCXXXI-]
You should've brought some yet more [f.l.-CDXXV-]
You will be held accountable [f.l.-CCLVI-]
You will not know [f.l.-CCCXXII-]
You've killed me! [f.l.-CCLXXIX-]
YOU'VE TO I'VE [T.-CCCLXXXIX-]
Your classes [f.l.-LVII-]
Your words run stilled [f.l.-CXLVIII-]
ZONE [T.-LXX-]
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