Listen to the warm; [poems]

New York, Random House [1967] .

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PS3525.A264 L5 Request
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PS3525.A264 L5 Off-site
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Subjects American poetry -- 20th century.
Description viii, 113 p. 22 cm.
Contents Prologue: A cat named sloopy -- Listen to the warm: The days of the dancing -- On borrowing -- Row the boat ashore -- Here he comes again -- The time of noon -- Julie -- No -- Doug Davis, three -- Folk song for Judy -- The dance -- First and last visit to an annex in Burbank -- Fade in, phase out -- The grand opening-going-out-of-business sale --Twenty-two songs: The world I used to know -- Me and the cat -- The lovers -- Song without words -- The far west (Le Plat Pays) -- Buffalo grass -- That time of loving -- Like a child -- Stanyan street -- Through European windows -- Times gone by -- The snow -- The beautiful strangers -- I'll say good-bye -- Thank you -- Dandelion days -- The ever-constant sea -- Three -- Methinks thou doth protest too much -- The love creature -- Do you know me, Maria? -- A kind of loving.
Network Numbers (OCoLC)ocm00288871
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