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Poetry for the Earth Paperback – March 17, 1992


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The Garden by Abd Allah Ibn Al-simak
Caption To A Landscape by Ahmad 'abd Al-muti Hijazi
Kopis'taya (a Gathering Of Spirits) by Paula Gunn Allen
Sunart by Gillian Allnutt
Biography For The Use Of The Birds by Jorge Carrera Andrade
Lounge In The Shade Of The Luxuriant Laurel's by Anyte
A Holiday by Margaret Atwood
The Sea Eats The Land At Home by Kofi Awoonor
Trees Be Company by William Barnes
Plash Mill, Under The Moor by Frances Bellerby
A Song Of Glasgow Town by Marion Bernstein
I Go From The Woods Into The Cleared Field by Wendell Berry
'i Go From The Woods' by Wendell Berry
Pause by Mary Ursula Bethell
Jeremiah 4 by Bible
The Bight by Elizabeth Bishop
Lesson 10 by Elizabeth Bishop
Lesson 6 by Elizabeth Bishop
Lesson Vi by Elizabeth Bishop
Driving Toward The Lac Qui Parle River by Robert Bly
The Dry Season by O. H. Kwesi Brew
Speak Of The North by Charlotte Bronte
For Robbie Moore by Olga Broumas
Roadside by Olga Broumas
The Ocean by George Gordon Byron
The Sea [or, Address To The Ocean, Or, Solitude] by George Gordon Byron
New Ecology by Ernesto Cardenal
To A Gentleman, On His Intending To Cut Down A Grove ... by Elizabeth Carter
The River by Raymond Carver
And When Summer Comes To An End by Nina Cassian
And When Summer Comes To An End by Nina Cassian
Morning Sea by Constantine P. Cavafy
I Saw A Garden by Geoffrey Chaucer
The Reedbeds Of The Hackensack by Amy Clampitt
Come Hither, Ye Who Thirst by John Clare
Enclosure (1) by John Clare
Pleasant Sounds by John Clare
Ibadan by John Pepper Clark
Neighbours by Gillian Clarke
Whale At Twilight by Elizabeth Jane Coatsworth
The Wonders Of The Peake, Sels. by Charles Cotton
A Paraphrase Upon The 10th Epistle Of The 1st Book Of Horace by Abraham Cowley
Rural Sighrs And Sounds by William Cowper
Grief by George Crabbe
Mikhael At Viksjon by Martyn Crucefix
We Are Entitled To Love Autumn by Mahmud (mahmoud) Darwish
The Sound Of The Wind That Is Blowing, Sels. by J. Kitchener Davies
A Bright Day by William Henry Davies
'honeysuckle Was The Saddest Odor Of All, I Think' by Thadious M. Davis
Who Fears In Country Towns A House's Fall by Decimus Junius Juvenalis
As Imperceptibly As Grief by Emily Dickinson
Blazing In Gold by Emily Dickinson
Nature Is What We See by Emily Dickinson
There's A Certain Slant Of Light by Emily Dickinson
Dry River by Rosemary Dobson
Sheltered Garden by Hilda Doolittle
Ephesos by Douris
Pastoralls, The Fourth Eglogue by Michael Drayton
Poly-olbion, The First Song, Sels. by Michael Drayton
Thrise Happie Hee, Who By Some Shadie Grove by William Drummond Of Hawthornden
Thrise Happie Hee, Who By Some Shadie Grove by William Drummond Of Hawthornden
Permafrost by Helen Dunmore
Ploughing The Roughlands by Helen Dunmore
Hamatreya by Ralph Waldo Emerson
Lachesis Lapponica by Hans Magnus Enzensberger
The Field by Ruth Fainlight
The Power Source by Ruth Fainlight
Rising Damp by Ursala Fanthorpe
By The Cam by Elaine Feinstein
A Nocturnal Reverie by Anne Finch
Connections by Rose Flint
Epirrhema by Johann Wolfgang Von Goethe
Distance Collapsed In Rubble by Anna Adreyevna Gorenko
Everything Is Plundered, Betrayed, Sold by Anna Adreyevna Gorenko
Tashkent Breaks Into Blossom by Anna Adreyevna Gorenko
Dispossessed by Janice Gould
Loch Thom by William Sydney Graham
The Recital Of Lost Cities by Lavinia Greenlaw
One Of These Days by Christopher Murray Grieve
Scottish Scene, Sels. by Christopher Murray Grieve
The Black Finger by Angelina Weld Grimke
The Soaking by Ivor Gurney
A Dream Of Water by Michael Hamburger
Night-time In Mid-fall by Thomas Hardy
Augury by Seamus Heaney
The Road At Frosses by Seamus Heaney
Fable Of Fables by Nazim Hikmet
Pieces Of Unprofitable Land by Molly Holden
So Which Is The Truth? by Molly Holden
You Firmly Built Alps! by Johann Christian Friedrich Holderlin
Binsey Poplars (felled 1879) by Gerard Manley Hopkins
Inversnaid by Gerard Manley Hopkins
Repeat That, Repeat by Gerard Manley Hopkins
Walking In Autumn by Frances Horovitz
Winter Woods by Frances Horovitz
The Waters Of Lung-t'ou (the North-west Frontier) by Hsu Ling
Dream Variations [or, Variation] by James Langston Hughes
The Mountain Stream by John Ceiriog Hughes
Beyond Time by Mieczyslaw Jastrun
The Gentle Slopes Are Green To Remind You by David Jones
In Parenthesis, Sels. by David Jones
The Grasshopper And Cricket by John Keats
Never Forget %we Walk On Hell by Kobayashi Issa
A Summer's Wish by Mary Leapor
Granite Call by Joyce Isabel Lee
Overheard Over S.e. Asia by Denise Levertov
Spring In The Lowlands by Denise Levertov
Inner by Liz Lochhead
What The Pool Said, On Midsummer's Day by Liz Lochhead
Inner by Liz Lockhead
What The Pool Said, On Midsummer's Day by Liz Lockhead
Verses On Hearing That An Airy And Pleasant Situation .. New Buildings by Maria Logan
Coast Range by Pat Lowther
Signs And Signals by Norman Maccaig
Today's Meditation by Antonio Machado Ruiz
Padding It, Sels. by Patrick Magill
Open Spaces by Antoni Malczewski
The Mower Against Gardens by Andrew Marvell
Years End by Matsuo Munefusa
After The Winter by Claude Mckay
The Tropics In New York by Claude Mckay
Domus Caedet Arborem by Charlotte Mew
The Trees Are Down by Charlotte Mew
Celebration 1982 by Terri Meyette
Advice by Czeslaw Milosz
Another Part, In Squadrons And Gross Bands by John Milton
Now Nearer, Crowns With Her Enclosure Green by John Milton
Robles, M'hija, Robles! by Rosario Morales
Four Gaelic Poems: 3. The Gum Forest by Les A. Murray
Cutting A Track To Cardwell by Tom Murray
The Elm Decline by Norman Nicholson
Sacrament by Alden A. Nowlan
St John River by Alden A. Nowlan
Temps Perdu by Dorothy Parker
Steppe by Boris Leonidovich Pasternak
Autumn Burns Me by Lenrie Peters
Above The Oxbow by Sylvia Plath
Green Rock, Winthrop Bay by Sylvia Plath
Two Campers In Cloud Country by Sylvia Plath
Having Climbed To The Topmost Peak Of The Incense-burner Mountain by Po Chu-yi
Planting Bamboos by Po Chu-yi
An Essay On Man: Epistle 1 by Alexander Pope
Most Beautiful Of Things by Praxilla
Selection by Publius Vergilius Maro
After I Came Back From Iceland by Sheenagh Pugh
After I Came Back From Iceland by Sheenagh Pugh
Geography 2 by Sheenagh Pugh
Heirloom by Kathleen Jessie Raine
The Very Leaves Of The Acacia-tree Are London by Kathleen Jessie Raine
Twilight View by W. S. Rendra
Land-schap Between Two Hills by Eldred Revett
The Night In Isla Negra by Naftali Ricardo Reyes Basuato
O Earth, Wait For Me by Naftali Ricardo Reyes Basuato
The Song Of The Wild Dove by Cassiano Ricardo
Rural Reflections by Adrienne Cecile Rich
Study Of History by Adrienne Cecile Rich
Early Spring by Rainer Maria Rilke
North American Sequence: The Rose by Theodore Roethke
Long Division: A Tribal History by Wendy Rose
Mount Saing Helen's/loowit: An Indian Woman's Song by Wendy Rose
What Frank, Martha And I Know About The Desert by Alice Sadongei
Leave Krete And Come To This Holy Temple by Sappho
Leave Krete And Come To This Holy Temple by Sappho
Colebrook Dale, Sels. by Anna Seward
Scene by Anna Seward
The New Eden by Percy Bysshe Shelley
Alone In The Woods I Felt by Florence Margaret Smith
I Love The English Country Scene by Florence Margaret Smith
I Love The English Country Scene by Florence Margaret Smith
Out Of Time by Florence Margaret Smith
The River God by Florence Margaret Smith
The Trail Is Not A Trail by Gary Snyder
Nocturne by Edith Sodergran
This Solitude Of Cataracts by Wallace Stevens
Men In The City by Alfonsina Storni
Digging (1) by Philip Edward Thomas
Autumn On The Land by Ronald Stuart Thomas
Night And Morning by Ronald Stuart Thomas
Celebration Of The Earth by James (1700-1748) Thomson
'tis Raging Noon; And, Verical, The Sun by James (1700-1748) Thomson
To Thy Loved Haunt Return, My Happy Muse by James (1700-1748) Thomson
The City Of Dreadful Night: 1 by James (1834-1882) Thomson
Low-anchored Cloud by Henry David Thoreau
Mist by Henry David Thoreau
Within The Circuit Of This Plodding Life by Henry David Thoreau
Within The Circuit Of This Plodding Life by Henry David Thoreau
At Stoke by Charles Tomlinson
The Marl Pits by Charles Tomlinson
March 1979, Sels. by Tomas Transtromer
The Cambridge Songs, Sels. by Anonymous
The Day Breaks - The First Rays Of The Rising Sun by Anonymous
'the Day Breaks' by Anonymous
Delight In Nature by Anonymous
Far Inland %go My Sad Thoughts by Anonymous
Far Inland by Anonymous
Jeremiah 4 by Anonymous
Riddles by Anonymous
The Sky by Anonymous
Moved by Uvavnuk
On Sight by Alice Walker
My Mississippi Spring by Margaret Abigail Walker
October Journey by Margaret Abigail Walker
Sorrow Home by Margaret Abigail Walker
Toward Sun, The Sun Flared Suddenly Red by Robert Penn Warren
The Nomads by Laury Wells
Concerning The Flooding Of Prague After Constant Rains by Elizabeth Weston
I Think I Could Live With Animals by Walt Whitman
Song Of Myself: 31 by Walt Whitman
Teisa: A Descriptive Poem Of The River Tees,.. by Anne Wilson
Composed Upon Westminster Bridge, September 3, 1802 by William Wordsworth
Wild Peaches by Elinor Wylie
The Lake Isle Of Innisfree by William Butler Yeats
The Reason Why I Am Afraid Even Though I Am A Fisherman by Ray A. Young Bear
The Fear by Andrew (1885-1971) Young
Stone Fish Lake by Yuan Chieh
-- Table of Poems from Poem Finder®

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The poetic concern for nature has been, in the words of Anna Akhmatova, "wild in our breast for centuries." Now, Poetry for the Earth collects an astonishing diversity of poetic response to the environment, from eras and places as diverse as classical Greece, Elizabethan England, seventeenth-century Japan, contemporary Africa,and modern America. In moods that range from urgent to contemplative, euphoric to indignant, here are poems by: Paula Gunn Allen, Geoffrey Chaucer, Emily Dickinson, Alice Walker and many others.
From haiku and tribal riddles to blank verse, these poems speak anew to a relationship in crisis, propelling us all toward appreciation and reflection of the planet that gives us life.

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