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The Resource Why I wake early : new poems, by Mary Oliver

Why I wake early : new poems, by Mary Oliver

Label
Why I wake early : new poems
Title
Why I wake early
Title remainder
new poems
Statement of responsibility
by Mary Oliver
Creator
Subject
Language
eng
Summary
Features forty new poems that continue to express the poet's fascination and love affair with the natural world
Cataloging source
DLC
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1935-
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Oliver, Mary
Index
no index present
LC call number
PS3565.L5
LC item number
W49 2004
Literary form
poetry
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  • American poetry
  • American poetry
  • American poetry
  • Poetry
Label
Why I wake early : new poems, by Mary Oliver
Instantiates
Publication
Contents
Why I wake early -- Bone -- Freshen the flowers, she said -- Where does the temple begin, where does it end? -- Beans -- The arrowhead -- Trout lilies -- The poet goes to Indiana -- The snow cricket -- The lover of earth cannot help herself -- Have you seen blacksnake swimming? -- How everything adores being alive -- Clouds -- Spring at Blackwater : I go through the lessons already learned -- The lily -- Look and see -- This world -- At Black River -- The marsh hawk -- Breakage -- Where does the dance begin, where does it end? -- Snow geese -- What was once the largest shopping center in northern Ohio was built where there had been a pond I used to visit every summer afternoon -- The dovekie -- Something -- Logos -- Bear -- Many miles -- Luna -- "Just a minute," said a voice-- -- This morning I watched the deer -- The old poets of China -- White-eyes -- Yellowlegs -- The best I could do -- The wren from Carolina -- Some things, say the wise ones -- Mindful -- Song of the builders -- Look again -- Goldenrod, late fall -- November -- Daisies -- One -- The soul at last -- The pinewoods -- Lingering in happiness
Control code
ocm56068706
Dimensions
22 cm.
Extent
ix, 71 p.
Isbn
9780807068762
Isbn Type
(acid-free paper)
Lccn
2004100205
System control number
a662711
Label
Why I wake early : new poems, by Mary Oliver
Publication
Contents
Why I wake early -- Bone -- Freshen the flowers, she said -- Where does the temple begin, where does it end? -- Beans -- The arrowhead -- Trout lilies -- The poet goes to Indiana -- The snow cricket -- The lover of earth cannot help herself -- Have you seen blacksnake swimming? -- How everything adores being alive -- Clouds -- Spring at Blackwater : I go through the lessons already learned -- The lily -- Look and see -- This world -- At Black River -- The marsh hawk -- Breakage -- Where does the dance begin, where does it end? -- Snow geese -- What was once the largest shopping center in northern Ohio was built where there had been a pond I used to visit every summer afternoon -- The dovekie -- Something -- Logos -- Bear -- Many miles -- Luna -- "Just a minute," said a voice-- -- This morning I watched the deer -- The old poets of China -- White-eyes -- Yellowlegs -- The best I could do -- The wren from Carolina -- Some things, say the wise ones -- Mindful -- Song of the builders -- Look again -- Goldenrod, late fall -- November -- Daisies -- One -- The soul at last -- The pinewoods -- Lingering in happiness
Control code
ocm56068706
Dimensions
22 cm.
Extent
ix, 71 p.
Isbn
9780807068762
Isbn Type
(acid-free paper)
Lccn
2004100205
System control number
a662711

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