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The Middle Voice
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  • Title Page 3
  • Contents 7
  • Journey 9
  • The Tides Around the Square 10
  • Commencement 12
  • Seminary 13
  • Ecce Vidimus 14
  • Peter at Fourteen 17
  • Lisa 18
  • The Prospect Before Us 19
  • Pro Patria 20
  • A Picnic in the Grove 22
  • Perspective 24
  • Fugue 25
  • The Field 27
  • Turning Point 28
  • Last Year's Leaf 29
  • Nunc Dimittis 30
  • A Point of View 31
  • 10: 05 32
  • Shell 34
  • Merry-Go-Round 35
  • L'Homme Triste 36
  • Breughel:The Fall of Icarus 37
  • Arachne 39
  • Theater 40
  • Three in a Dream 41
  • Trespasser 42
  • Storm Warning 44
  • Death in the Afternoon 45
  • Notes for a Poem 46
  • Promise 47
  • To Perdita, If She Will Hear 48
  • Zealot 49
  • Transformation Scene 50
  • Clause for a Covenant 52
  • Terra Nova 53
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