JOHN FREDERICK NIMS


The Iron Pastoral

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WILLIAM SLOANE ASSOCIATES

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Table of contents

Table of contents

  • Title Page 3
  • Contents 7
  • Part One 11
  • The Blonde Sonata - Allegro Ma Non Troppo 15
  • The Woolen Bug 19
  • Cradlesong 22
  • Hey Spinoza! 25
  • In Glass: City of God 26
  • Email: Death in Summer 29
  • Part Two 31
  • Seashore 33
  • Dollar Bill 34
  • Penny Arcade 35
  • Poolroom 36
  • Magazine Stand 37
  • Movie 38
  • Elevated 39
  • Christmas Tree 41
  • Part Three 43
  • Apocalypse 45
  • Colt Automatic 48
  • Ode: Chamber and Soul 49
  • Race Riot 51
  • Football Game 52
  • Trainwrecked Soldiers 55
  • Part Four 57
  • City Rain at Midnight 59
  • All-Nite Lunchroom 60
  • Non-Euclidean Elegy 62
  • Queen Street West 64
  • Two Sunday Poems 65
  • Airport :In Fog 67
  • The Midnight Special 68
  • Midwest 69
  • Voi Che Sapete 70
  • Campus: October Dusk 71
  • Rainy Night 72
  • Foto-Sonnets 73
  • Part Five 77
  • Sign of Fever 79
  • Plato's Ladder 80
  • Letter 81
  • Love Poem 82
  • LÁ Ci Darem La Mano 83
  • Dimension 85
  • Nachlied 86
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