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Rag and Bone Shop of the Heart : A Poetry Anthology,9780060924201

Rag and Bone Shop of the Heart : A Poetry Anthology

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Summary

Three central leaders of the men's movement present a rich and insightful collection of poems that will appeal to both men and women--more than 300 powerful and profound works from Yeats, D.H. Lawrence, Emily Dickinson, Wadsworth, Blake, and many others.

Table of Contents

Foreword xix
ONE APPROACH TO WILDNESS 1(30)
Danse Russe
6(1)
William Carlos Williams
Smell!
7(1)
William Carlos Williams
Crazy Dog Events
8(1)
Jerome Rothenberg
Four Quatrains
9(1)
Rumi
Much Madness is divinest Sense
10(1)
Emily Dickinson
from Notebook of a Return to the Native Land
11(1)
Aime Cesaire
Bread and Wine
12(1)
Friedrich Holderlin
Has Anyone Seen the Boy?
13(1)
Rumi
from The Will to Believe
14(1)
William James
from Proverbs from Hell
15(2)
William Blake
from Middle of the Way
17(1)
Galway Kinnell
The Wild Mallard Thought
18(1)
Henry David Threau
The Wild Man Comes to the Monastery
19(1)
Anonymous
from Song of a Man Who Has Come Through
20(1)
D. H. Lawrence
Knowing Nothing Shuts the Iron Gates
21(1)
Kabir
from In a Dark Time
22(1)
Theodore Roethke
Little Infinite Poem
23(2)
Federico Garcia Lorca
The Wild Old Wicked Man
25(2)
William Butler Yeats
Mad as the Mist and Snow
27(1)
William Butler Yeats
Song of the Cuban Blacks
28(2)
Federico Garcia Lorca
Advice
30(1)
Bill Holm
TWO FATHERS' PRAYERS FOR SONS AND DAUGHTERS 31(32)
With Kit, Age 7, at the Beach
37(1)
William Stafford
A Story
38(1)
Li-Young Lee
A Prayer for My Son
39(2)
William Butler Yeats
On the Beach at Fontana
41(1)
James Joyce
In the Third Month
42(1)
David Ray
On My First Son
43(1)
Ben Jonson
The Idea of Ancestry
44(2)
Etheridge Knight
Men and Birth: The Unexplainable
46(1)
Haki R. Madhubuti
Lastness
47(2)
Galway Kinnell
Changing Diapers
49(1)
Gary Snyder
At the Washing of My Son
50(1)
David Ray
from a Prayer for My Daughter
51(2)
William Butler Yeats
A Flower Given to My Daughter
53(1)
James Joyce
An Ark for Lawrence Durrell
54(1)
Robert Duncan
The Turtle
55(2)
William Carlos Williams
Boy at the Window
57(1)
Richard Wilbur
For My Son, Noah, Ten Years Old
58(1)
Robert Bly
After Making Love We Hear Footsteps
59(1)
Galway Kinnell
Sometimes a Man Stands Up During Supper
60(1)
Rainer Maria Rilke
A Story That Could Be True
61(2)
William Stafford
THREE WAR 63(30)
War
68(1)
Miguel Hernandez
The Man From Washington
69(1)
James Welch
Rundown Church
70(2)
Federico Garcia Lorca
Dulce et Decorum Est
72(1)
Wilfred Owen
Postcard
73(1)
Miklos Radnoti
Dry Loaf
74(1)
Wallace Stevens
Ode for the American Dead in Asia
75(2)
Thomas McGrath
Words for My Daughter
77(3)
John Balaban
To President Bush at the Start of the Gulf War
80(1)
Robert Bly
Becoming Milton
81(2)
Coleman Barks
from The Homeric Hymn to Ares
83(1)
The Secret of Victory
84(1)
George Patton
from Lessons of the War
85(2)
Henry Reed
Big Dream, Little Dream
87(1)
Louis Simpson
Do Not Weep, Maiden, for War Is Kind
88(1)
Stephen Crane
The Colonel
89(1)
Carolyn Forche
``Keeping Their World Large''
90(2)
Marianne Moore
Passing an Orchard by Train
92(1)
Robert Bly
FOUR I KNOW THE EARTH, AND I AM SAD 93(24)
The Wind, One Brilliant Day
99(1)
Antonio Machado
Sonnets to Orpheus IV
100(1)
Rainer Maria Rilke
The Negro Speaks of Rivers
101(1)
Langston Hughes
Rain
102(1)
Vachel Lindsay
Melancholy Inside Families
103(2)
Pablo Neruda
Walking Around
105(2)
Pablo Neruda
No More Auction Block
107(1)
Spiritual
I Felt a Funeral, in my Brain
108(1)
Emily Dickinson
The Day Lady Died
109(1)
Frank O'Hara
Sonnets to Orpheus VIII
110(1)
Rainer Maria Rilke
Sunflower
111(1)
Rolf Jacobsen
Snowbanks North of the House
112(1)
Roberty Bly
Healing
113(1)
D. H. Lawrence
Come In
114(1)
Robert Frost
I Am Going to Speak of Hope
115(1)
Cesar Vallejo
And What If After so Many Words
116(1)
Cesar Vallejo
FIVE THE HOUSE OF FATHERS AND TITANS 117(36)
For, Brother, What Are We?
123(1)
Thomas Wolfe
from Democracy in America
124(1)
Alexis de Tocqueville
The Bones of My Father
125(2)
Etheridge Knight
from Theogony
127(1)
Hesiod
Saturn
128(1)
Sharon Olds
The Guild
129(1)
Sharon Olds
My Papa's Waltz
130(1)
Theodore Roethke
American Primitive
131(1)
William Jay Smith
My Father's Wedding
132(2)
Robert Bly
The Portrait
134(1)
Stanley Kunitz
The Core of Masculinity
135(1)
Rumi
The Gift
136(2)
Li-Young Lee
The Weight of Sweetness
138(1)
Li-Young Lee
Only When My Heart Freezes
139(2)
Alden Nowlan
Those Winter Sundays
141(1)
Robert Hayden
My Father Went to Funerals
142(1)
Howard Nelson
Offering
143(2)
Thomas McGrath
The Distant Footsteps
145(1)
Cesar Vallejo
Yesterday
146(2)
W. S. Merwin
from Memories of My Father
148(1)
Galway Kinnell
The Race
149(2)
Sharon Olds
The Irish Cliffs of Mother
151(2)
Wallace Stevens
SIX LANGUAGE: SPEAKING WELL AND SPEAKING OUT 153(40)
Magic Words
160(1)
Eskimo
The Mind
161(1)
Trobriands
Songs Are Thoughts
162(1)
Orpingalik
On Being Extravagant
163(1)
Henry David Thoreau
from Gargantua
164(1)
Francois Rabelais
from The Havana Lectures
165(1)
Federico Garcia Lorca
Poetry Is a Destructive Force
166(1)
Wallace Stevens
In My Craft or Sullen Art
167(1)
Dylan Thomas
On the Words in Poetry
168(2)
Dylan Thomas
Sound-Posture
170(1)
Robert Frost
Amergin and Cessair
171(3)
Traditional
from Canto LXXXI
174(2)
Ezra Pound
Sonnet LXV
176(1)
William Shakespeare
Rigorists
177(2)
Marianne Moore
To Autumn
179(2)
John Keats
On the Writing of Poetry
181(1)
William Stafford
Thoughts
182(1)
Gerhart Hauptmann
Samuel Johnson
William Wordsworth
Selections
183(1)
Miguel Hernandez
These Days
184(1)
Charles Olson
American Poetry
185(1)
Louis Simpson
Catch
186(1)
Robert Francis
Pitcher
187(1)
Robert Francis
Library
188(1)
Louis Jenkins
from Standing Up
189(1)
Tomas Transtromer
from The Man with the Blue Guitar
190(2)
Wallace Stevens
from Autobiography of Charles Darwin
192(1)
SEVEN MAKING A HOLE IN DENIAL 193(34)
The Inner Part
200(1)
Louis Simpson
Miniver Cheevy
201(2)
Edwin Arlington Robinson
``Next to of Course God America I
203(1)
E. E. Cumming
We Real Cool
204(1)
Gwendoly Brooks
Twenty-First. Night. Monday
205(1)
Anna Akhmatova
The Invisible King
206(2)
Goethe
Darkmotherscream
208(1)
Andrei Voznesensky
Empty Warriors
209(1)
Haki R. Madhubuti
On the Yard
210(1)
Etheridge Knight
A Poem Some People Will Have to Understand
211(2)
Amiri Baraka
Animals Are Passing from Our Lives
213(1)
Philip Levine
It Is This Way with Men
214(1)
C. K. Williams
The War Prayer
215(1)
Mark Twain
The Second Coming
216(1)
William Butler Yeats
A First on TV
217(1)
David Ignatow
Sunday at the State Hospital
218(1)
David Ignatow
No Theory
219(1)
David Ignatow
Funeral Eva
220(1)
Koroneu
Crazy Jane Talks with the Bishop
221(1)
William Butler Yeats
Design
222(1)
Robert Frost
Have You Anything to Say in Your Defense?
223(2)
Cesar Vallejo
The Spider
225(2)
Cesar Vallejo
EIGHT LOVING THE COMMUNITY AND WORK 227(32)
A Ritual to Read to Each Other
233(1)
William Stafford
Throw Yourself Like Seed
234(1)
Miguel de Unamuno
Until One Is Committed
235(1)
Goethe
Just as the Winged Energy of Delight
236(1)
Rainer Maria Rilke
Work
237(2)
Gyula Illyes
Lamb
239(2)
Michael Dennis Browne
Why Log Drivers Rise Earlier Than Students of Zen
241(1)
Gary Snyder
All the Fruit
242(1)
Friedrich Holderlin
New York
243(3)
Federico Garcia Lorca
To the States
246(1)
Walt Whitman
Thoughts
247(1)
Samuel Johnson
Thoughts
248(1)
Heraclitus
What Happened During the Ice Storm
249(2)
Jim Heynen
The Flying Eagles of Troop 62
251(2)
James Wright
Waxwings
253(1)
Robert Francis
For Eli Jacobson
254(2)
Kenneth Rexroth
Epitaph
256(1)
Thomas McGrath
Death
257(2)
Kuba
NINE THE NAIVE MALE 259(24)
Which One Is Genuine?
264(1)
Charles Baudelaire
Onion
265(1)
Katha Pollitt
A Story About the Body
266(1)
Robert Hass
The Rites of Manhood
267(1)
Alden Nowlan
He Loved Three Things
268(1)
Anna Akhmatova
When the Father Is Absent
269(1)
James Hilman
The Black Hairs
270(1)
Heinz Pasman
The Indian Serenade
271(1)
Percy Bysshe Shelley
The Good Deeds of the Moon
272(2)
Charles Baudelaire
In a Tavern
274(1)
Louis Jenkins
Faith
275(1)
Czeslaw Milosz
from Song of Myself
276(1)
Walt Whitman
Across the Swamp
277(1)
Olav H. Hauge
Peer Gynt Tells His Mother About His Newest Adventure
278(3)
Henrik Ibsen
The Hopeful Spiritual Athlete
281(1)
Kabir
How Much Is Not True
282(1)
Kabir
TEN THE SECOND LAYER: ANGER, HATRED, OUTRAGE 283(74)
The Black Riders
289(1)
Cesar Vallejo
The Twins
290(1)
James Stephens
Indeed Indeed, I Cannot Tell
291(1)
Henry David Thoreau
I Stand Here, Do You Understand
292(1)
Olav H. Hauge
Hatred
293(1)
Gwendolyn Bennett
Ribh Considers Christian Love Insufficient
294(1)
William Butler Yeats
Lines for an Old Man
295(1)
T. S. Eliot
The Hill
296(1)
Robert Creeley
The Anger That Breaks the man Into Children
297(1)
Cesar Vallejo
The Man Watching
298(2)
Rainer Maria Rilke
Fire on the Hills
300(1)
Robinson Jeffers
The Song of the Black Bear
301(1)
Navajo
A Poison Tree
302(1)
William Blake
The English Are So Nice!
303(1)
D. H. Lawrence
Mine enemy is growing old
304(1)
Emily Dickinson
The Ascensions
305(2)
William Pillin
The United Fruit Co.
307(2)
Pablo Neruda
The White City
309(1)
Claude McKay
Harlem
310(1)
Langston Hughes
Fire and Ice
311(8)
Robert Frost
ELEVEN EARTHLY LOVE
Diogenes
319(1)
The Mole
320(1)
Al-Muntafil
The Guest
321(1)
Anna Akhmatova
Three Quatrains
322(1)
Rumi
A Glimpse
323(1)
Walt Whitman
Body of a Woman
324(1)
Pablo Neruda
& Balls
325(1)
Anne McNaughton
O Wha's The Bride?
326(1)
Hugh MacDiarmid
Greed and Aggression
327(1)
Sharon Olds
Gentleman Without Company
328(2)
Pablo Neruda
Last Gods
330(2)
Galway Kinnell
Cocks and Mares
332(1)
Ruth Stone
I Knew a Woman
333(1)
Theodore Roethke
Food of Love
334(2)
Carolyn Kizer
Feeding the Dog
336(1)
Russell Edson
I Wrung My Hands Under My Dark Veil
337(1)
Anna Akhmatova
To Women, as Far as I'm Concerned
338(1)
D. H. Lawrence
Intimates
339(1)
D. H. Lawrence
Ballad of the Despairing Husband
340(2)
Robert Creeley
All That is Lovely In Men
342(1)
Robert Creeley
Separation by Death
343(1)
Ibn Hazm
Feeling Fucked Up
344(1)
Etheridge Knight
The Impulse
345(1)
Robert Frost
Grief
346(1)
Gaius Valerius Catullus
The River-Merchant's Wife: A Letter
347(2)
Ezra Pound
``We Must Die Because We Have Known Them''
349(1)
Rainer Maria Rilke
A Marriage
350(1)
Robert Creeley
And If He Had Been Wrong for Me
351(1)
Robert Duncan
Listening to the Koln Concert
352(1)
Robert Bly
Once I Passed Through a Populous City
353(1)
Walt Whitman
History
354(1)
D. H. Lawrence
A Coal Fire in Winter
355(2)
Thomas McGrath
TWELVE THE CULTIVATED HEART 357(26)
The Song of Wandering Aengus
363(1)
William Butler Yeats
New Love and the Gentle Heart
364(1)
Dante
As I Was Walking
365(1)
Robert Creeley
from Moral Proverbs and Folk Songs
366(1)
Antonio Machado
I Am Not I
367(1)
Juan Ramon Jimenez
The One Who Is at Home
368(1)
Francisco Albanez
To Be a Slave of Intensity
369(1)
Kabir
Archaic Torso of Apollo
370(1)
Rainer Maria Rilke
Someone Digging in the Ground
371(1)
Rumi
Last Night
372(2)
Antonio Machado
Portrait
374(2)
Antonio Machado
Names
376(1)
Rumi
That Journeys Are Good
377(2)
Rumi
Advice from Heraclitus
379(1)
Advice from Pythagoras
380(1)
The Waking
381(1)
Theodore Roethke
The Holy Longing
382(1)
Goethe
THIRTEEN MOTHER AND GREAT MOTHER 383(32)
Cherries
388(1)
Joe Lamb
From Childhood
389(1)
Rainer Maria Rilke
Mother and Son
390(2)
Alden Nowlan
from My Mother Would Be a Falconress
392(2)
Robert Duncan
The Right Meaning
394(2)
Cesar Vallejo
Kaddish
396(1)
David Ignatow
Sonnet to My Mother
397(1)
George Barker
In Memory of My Mother
398(1)
Patrick Kavanagh
The Last Words of My English Grandmother
399(2)
William Carlos Williams
I Am Asking You to Come Back Home
401(1)
Jo Carson
Kore An Ethiopian Woman
402(1)
To Juan at the Winter Solstice
403(2)
Robert Graves
The Thief
405(1)
Alden Nowlan
What I Heard at the Discount Department Store
406(2)
David Budbill
The Witch
408(1)
Santal
The Goddess
409(1)
Theodore de Banville
Ego Tripping
410(2)
Nikki Giovanni
Birds Nest
412(1)
Gloria Fuertes
Old Woman Nature
413(2)
Gary Snyder
FOURTEEN THE SPINDRIFT GAZE TOWARD PARADISE 415(56)
Conversation in the Mountains
420(1)
Li Po
I Think Continually of Those
421(1)
Stephen Spender
I Live My Life
422(1)
Rainer Maria Rilke
A Walk
423(1)
Rainer Maria Rilke
Milkweed
424(1)
James Wright
The Invisible Men
425(2)
Nakasak
Three Angels
427(1)
Bob Dylan
Guardian Angel
428(1)
Rolf Jacobsen
A Man Lost by a River
429(1)
Michael Blumenthal
The Scattered Congregation
430(1)
Tomas Transtromer
The Secret
431(1)
Charles Bukowski
The Dream
432(1)
Felix Pollak
The Light You Give Off
433(1)
Rumi
Leda
434(1)
Rainer Maria Rilke
A Blessing
435(1)
James Wright
Two Years Later
436(1)
John Wieners
The Guest Is Inside
437(1)
Kabir
Say Yes Quickly
438(1)
Rumi
The New Rule
439(1)
Rumi
Wild Nights---Wild Nights!
440(1)
Emily Dickinson
Safe in their Alabaster Chambers
441(1)
Emily Dickinson
Sailing to Byzantium
442(2)
William Butler yeats
from Voyages II
444(8)
Hart Crane
FIFTEEN ZANINESS
Necessity
452(1)
Langston Hughes
Walking Through a Wall
453(1)
Louis Jenkins
Football
454(1)
Louis Jenkins
The Leaves of Heaven
455(1)
Ed Sanders
Confessional Poem
456(1)
Louis Jenkins
Appointed Rounds
457(1)
Louis Jenkins
Quinn the Eskimo
458(1)
Bob Dylan
Red Lip
459(2)
Richard Brautigan
from A Thousand Chinese Dinners
461(1)
Robert Mezey
Welcome Back, Mr. Knight: Love of My Life
462(2)
Etheridge Knight
Freud Talks of the Primal Meal
464(2)
James Hillman
Charles Boer
The Automobile
466(1)
Russell Edson
Ape
467(2)
Russell Edson
The Ox
469(1)
Russell Edson
High Talk
470(1)
William Butler Yeats
SIXTEEN LOVING THE WORLD ANYWAY 471(38)
The World Is Too Much with Us
476(1)
William Wordsworth
God's Grandeur
477(1)
Gerard Manley Hopkins
Pied Beauty
478(1)
Gerard Manley Hopkins
The Perfume / of Flowers!
479(1)
Charles Olson
Grappa in September
480(1)
Cesar Pavese
Ode to My Socks
481(3)
Pablo Neruda
The Delights of the Door
484(1)
Francis Ponge
The Bread of This World; Praises III
485(1)
Thomas McGrath
Breasts
486(3)
Charles Simic
Wilderness
489(2)
Carl Sandburg
O sweet spontaneous
491(2)
E. E. Cummings
West Wall
493(1)
W. S. Merwin
Ripening
494(1)
Wendell Berry
The Rain
495(1)
Robert Creeley
Sometimes I Go About Pitying Myself
496(1)
Chippewa Music
Unity
497(1)
Fazil Husnu Daglarca
Old Song
498(1)
Traditional
Musee des Beaux Arts
499(1)
W. H. Auden
The Earthworm
500(1)
Harry Martinson
To Earthward
501(2)
Robert Frost
The Groundhog
503(2)
Richard Eberhart
from A Dialogue of Self and Soul
505(2)
William Butler Yeats
from Vacillation
507(2)
William Butler Yeats
Index of Poets 509(4)
Index of First Lines 513(6)
Copyright Acknowledgments 519


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