Contents
Acknowledgementsxi
TRAVELERS1
At the Fish Lift3
Surf Caster5
Spencer Tracy6
Airports7
The Auld Sod9
Roast Chicken11
The Balloon13
Too Late14
Afterwords16
A Boat of Widows17
Travelers20
THE SPEED OF THE DRIFT21
Notes36
ANOTHER LIFE37
Siberians39
Talk to the Wall40
White Twilight42
Shepherd on the Rocks, with a Twist43
A Woman Holding a Balance47
Jane Austen in January48
The Death of the Fall49
The Shape50

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  • Title Page ii
  • Contents ix
  • Acknowledgments xi
  • Travelers 1
  • At the Fish Lift 3
  • Surf Caster 5
  • Spencer Tracy 6
  • Airports 7
  • Roast Chicken 11
  • The Balloon 13
  • Too Late 14
  • Afterwords 16
  • A Boat of Widows 17
  • Travelers 20
  • The Speed of the Drift 21
  • Notes 36
  • Siberians 39
  • Talk to the Wall 40
  • White Twilight 42
  • Shepherd on the Rocks, with a Twist 43
  • A Woman Holding a Balance 47
  • Jane Austen in January 48
  • The Death of the Fall 49
  • The Shape 50
  • Algebra 51
  • Second Glance 52
  • Distance 53
  • Another Life 54
  • The Undertow 55
  • University of Central Florida Contemporary Poetry Series 66
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