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XVI. Index of Titles

A | B | C | D | E | F | G | H | I | J | K | L | M | N | O | P | Q | R | S | T | U | V | W | Y
A
  • Abbas, buddhist of altitudes (see: Koisimi buddhist of altitudes)
  • Across the Brown River (Box 10, f.23, 47-5O)
  • Across the northwest country (Box 4, f.12)
  • Across the valley of third rails (Box 4, f.12)
  • Afloat (see: Lost loves)
  • After blossom-time (Box 4, f.12)
  • After hours (Box 4, f.12)
  • After lovemaking we hear footsteps (see: After making love we hear footsteps)
  • After making love we hear footsteps (Box 8, f.67; Box 10, f.1-17)
  • After the death of my father (Box 4, f.12)
  • After the fever (Box 4, f.12)
  • After virginity is a night (Box 4, f.12)
  • Again the porcupine (see: The porcupine)
  • Ah moon (see: The old man)
  • Alewives pool (Box 10, f.24, 47-50)
  • All who have gone down (Box 4, f.12)
  • Alluvial Tuscany (Box 4, f.12)
  • Almeria (Box 6, f.20)
  • The almond tree (see: The white room)
  • An American flower (Box 7, f.35; Box 8, f.19-21)
  • Angling, a day (Box 8, f.68; Box 10, f.1-17)
  • Angling, the very rich hours (see: Angling, a day)
  • Another night in the ruins (Box 5, f.6; Box 6, f.3-8)
  • The Anse Galet Valley (see: In the Anse Galet Valley)
  • The apple (Box 8, f.69; Box 10, f.1-17)
  • The apple tree (Box 8, f.70; Box 10, f.1-17)
  • apple worm (see: The apple tree)
  • Arrival in Vienna (Box 4, f.12)
  • Ars poetica (see: A trick of mirrors)
  • As for love (Box 4, f.12)
  • The Asheville Highway (Box 10, f.22)
  • At Black Mountain College on the shore of Lake Eden (Box 10, f.22)
  • At dusk by Les Invalides (see: Les Invalides)
  • At night on the cove (see: On the shore at night)
  • At the poetry shelf (see: Poetry shelf)
  • At the reading of a poet's will (Box 8, f.19, 20; Box 10, f.25)
  • At the summer solstice (Box 4, f.12)
  • At the window (see: Lost loves)
  • Auspicious twilight (see: Another night in the ruins)
  • Aux captifs, aux vaincus (see: You who survive)
  • Available dwellings (see: Room of return)
  • Avenue bearing the initial of Christ into the New World (Box 10, f.26-29, 47-50)
  • Avenue bearing the initial of Christ into the New World (French) (Box 4, f.13)
  • Avenue C (see: Avenue bearing the initial of Christ into the New World)
  • Awakening (see: Fall)
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B
  • La bagare`de (Box 5, f.7; Box 6, f.3-8)
  • The Babylonian flood (Box 7, f.36; Box 8, f.20)
  • The Barton Falls (see: The falls)
  • The Barton River Falls (see: The falls)
  • The bean's gestures (Box 4, f.14)
  • The bear (Box 5, f.8; Box 6, f.3-8)
  • Bear Creek (see: A trip to the Rockies)
  • The beautiful (Box 4, f.14)
  • Bed of night (see: Old arrivals)
  • The bee (Box 7, f.37; Box 8, f.19 ,21)
  • Beethoven (Box 4, f.14)
  • Before fire crossed the world (see: The fly)
  • The beginning (Box 7, f.38; Box 8, f.19)
  • Birch (Box 4, f.14)
  • Bird comes back (Box 8, f.34, 58-65)
  • A bird wheel from the sky (Box 4, f.14)
  • Birds (Box 4, f.14)
  • Black gull (see: Under the Williamsburg Bridge)
  • Black hills (see: Almeria)
  • Black stones (see: Almeria)
  • Blackberry eating (Box 9, f.1; Box 10, f.1-17)
  • Blackberry eating in late September (see: Blackberry eating)
  • The blind and the deaf (see: Rehearsal)
  • The blind man (Box 4, f.14; also a copy appended to: Twilight)
  • The blind pig (Box 4, f.14)
  • A blossom (Box 4, f.14)
  • The bookstore (see: Poetry shelf)
  • The boss (see: The fly)
  • Braemar (Box 4, f.14)
  • A branch (see: Old arrivals)
  • A break in the clouds (Box 4, f.14)
  • Breathing of silence (see: Cells breathe in the emptiness)
  • A brief and possibly inadequate defence of whoremaster man (Box 4, f.14)
  • The bright clouds (see: In the Anse Galet Valley)
  • Bringing back the mail (see: Getting the mail)
  • Broken image (Box 4, f.14)
  • Brooklyn ferry, ferry rider (see: Old arrivals)
  • Brother of my heart (Box 9, f.2; Box 10, f.1-17; also a copy appended to Kinnell to Etheridge Knight, n.d.)
  • Buffalo camp (Box 4, f.14)
  • The bum (see: One who used to beat his way)
  • A bum walks at midnight (see: One who used to beat his way)
  • Burial drought (Box 4, f.14)
  • The burn (Box 5, f.9; Box 6, f.3-8; verso of Ruth Slonim to Kinnell, Nov. 15, 1965)
  • Burning (Box 8, f.19, 21; Box 10, f.30, 47-50)
  • Burning the elm (Box 4, f.14)
  • The butt of one's own cigaret (see: Fragments from a free thinker)
  • The buzz on the walk (see: The fly)
  • By a mountain pond (see: Lost loves)
  • By the battle monument (Box 4, f.14; also a copy on verso of Buffalo camp)
  • By the Pacific (see: The milk bottle)
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C
  • Calcutta (see: Doppelga"nger)
  • Calcutta visits (Box 8, f.35, 58-65)
  • The call across the valley of not knowing (Box 6, f.10, 21-32; Box 7, f.1-31)
  • Canary (see: Two symbols)
  • Carpet weaving (Box 4, f.15)
  • The cathedral of the skull (see: Freedom, New Hampshire)
  • The cavedwellers (Box 4, f.15)
  • Cells breathe and click in the emptiness (see: Cells breathe in the emptiness)
  • The cells breathe and click in the silence (see: Cells breathe in the emptiness)
  • Cells breathe in the emptiness (Box 8, f.36, 58-65)
  • Ceremony of Kho (see: Kyoto prints)
  • Chicago (Box 7, f.39; Box 8, f.20, 21)
  • Chicago storm (Box 4, f.15)
  • A Chicago view (see: From a Chicago window)
  • The children (Box 4, f.l5)
  • Children of Kane (see: Old arrivals)
  • A Chinese house of three stories (see: Riddle)
  • The choir (Box 9, f.3; Box 10, f.1-17)
  • Citheron (Box 4, f.15)
  • City sidewalks (Box 4, f.15)
  • The clouds (see: In the Anse Galet Valley)
  • A cocktail party (Box 4, f.15)
  • The coiling sky (Box 10, f.22)
  • The comfort of darkness (Box 8, f.22, 29, 32, 33)
  • Coming back from the mail box (see: Getting the mail)
  • Coming back with the mail (see: Getting the mail)
  • The coming of darkness (see: Nightfall of the real)
  • The coming of night (see: Nightfall of the real)
  • Communication from the hotel (Box 4, f.15)
  • Composed on a Greyhound bus, Route l (Box 4, f.15)
  • Coney Island (Box 4, f.15)
  • Conversation at tea (Box 8, f.23, 28-33)
  • Conversation at twenty (see: Conversation at tea)
  • Cooks (Box 4, f.15)
  • Corps de gloire (see: Nightfall of the real)
  • Corpus Christi (see: In the Anse Galet Valley)
  • The correspondence school instructor of poetry resigns (see: The correspondence school instructor says goodbye to his poetry students)
  • The correspondence school instructor of poetry says farewell (see: The correspondence school instructor says goodbye to his poetry students)
  • The correspondence school instructor says farewell (see: The correspondence school instructor says goodbye to his poetry students)
  • The correspondence school instructor says goodbye to his poetry students (Box 5, f.10; Box 6, f.3-8)
  • The country auction (Box 6, f.22)
  • Country churchyard, two hundred years later (Box 4, f.15)
  • Country doctor (Box 7, f.40; Box 8, f.20)
  • The cow of nothingness (see: Another night in the ruins)
  • Crawling over black stones (see: Almeria)
  • Creased harbor of our arrivals (see: Old arrivals)
  • Crying (Box 9, f.4; Box 10, f.1-17)
  • Crying only a little bit is no use (see: Crying)
  • Cthonian voice (see: Lost loves)
  • The cupboard (Box 4, f.15)
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D
  • Dance (Box 4, f.34 - appended to: The student)
  • Darling (Box 4, f.16)
  • David (Box 4, f.16)
  • Dawn (see: Daybreak)
  • Dawn among starfishes (see: Daybreak)
  • Dawn in mud (see: Daybreak)
  • A day of sun (Box 4, f.16)
  • A day's walk on the dunes (Box 7, f.41; Box 8, f.20)
  • Daybreak (Box 4, f.16 - appended to: David; Box 9, f.5; Box 10, f.1-17)
  • Dead shall be raised incorruptible (Box 6, f.11, 21-32; Box 7, f.1-31)
  • The dead shoes (see: The shoes of wandering)
  • Dear stranger by the blue Juniata (see: Dear stranger extant in memory by the blue Juniata)
  • Dear stranger extant in memory by the blue Juniata (Box 6, f.12, 21-32; Box 7, f.1-31)
  • Death of a scientist (see: Scientific funeral)
  • Death of a sister (Box 7, f.42; Box 8, f.19-21)
  • Death of the hen (see: The hen flower)
  • Definition of love (Box 4, f.16)
  • Denver (see: Pike's Peak)
  • Departure (Box 4, f.16)
  • Departures (see: Lost loves)
  • Derelict (see: One who used to beat his way)
  • The desert dawn (Box 4, f.16)
  • Desire (Box 6, f.22)
  • Destinations (see: In the bamboo hut)
  • Destinies (see: In the bamboo hut)
  • Detroit Island (Box 7, f.43; Box 8, f.19, 20)
  • A dialogue of our time (Box 4, f.16)
  • Dinner with a hobo, Spring, 1944 (see: Memory of Wilmington)
  • Dinnertime (see: Nightfall of the real)
  • A distinction and formulation (Box 4, f.16)
  • Doppelga"nger (Box 8, f.37, 58-65)
  • Double jeopardy (Box 4, f.16)
  • Dream (Box 7, f.44; Box 8, f.20)
  • Dreams (see: Lost loves)
  • The dream of Yahweh (Box 4, f.16)
  • Driftwood under wind (see: Spindrift)
  • Driving all night in the rain (Box 4, f.16)
  • Driving south (Box 4, f.l6)
  • The drunk (see: One who used to beat his way)
  • The dry cleaning store (see: The homecoming of Emma Lazarus)
  • The dust (Box 4, f.16)
  • Dwellings (see: Room of return)
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E
  • Earth-lung (Box 4, f.17)
  • East 63rd Street (see: The cavedwellers)
  • Easter (Box 8, f.19, 21; Box 10, f.31, 47-50)
  • Eating blackberries (see: Blackberry eating)
  • Elegy (Box 4, f.17)
  • Emigrants (Box 7, f.45; Box 8, f.19-21)
  • Empire room (Box 4, f.17)
  • End of summer (see: The fly)
  • The end of the trail (Box 4, f.32 - appended to: The soldier- hobo)
  • England has no need of you John Milton (Box 4, f.17)
  • An English lady's dream (see: Knight on a white horse)
  • Epilogue to De Rerum Natura (Box 4, f.17)
  • European sonnets (Box 4, f.17)
  • Evening of the hurricane (Box 4, f.17)
  • An evening walk (Box 7, f.46; Box 8, f.19-21)
  • Everything (see: Another night in the ruins)
  • Everything that is (Box 4, f.17)
  • Evolution (Box 4, f.17)
  • An expatriot's constitutional (Box 4, f.17)
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F
  • F. Scott Fitzgerald (Box 4, f.18)
  • Face in the darkness (see: Poems of night)
  • Face looking down from the barred window (see: Sixth Avenue in the rain)
  • Fall (Box 4, f.18)
  • Fall and spring (Box 7, f.47; Box 8, f.19, 20, 29)
  • The falls (Box 5, f.11; Box 6, f.3-8)
  • The farewell of the correspondence school instructor (see: The correspondence school instructor says goodbye to his poetry students)
  • The farmhouse (see: In the farmhouse)
  • Farm picture (Box 4, f.18)
  • The fat woman in the Trinity churchyard (see: Hunger unto death)
  • The feast (Box 8, f.20, 24, 28-33)
  • The feet (see: The vestige of the wing)
  • The feet of Magdalene (see: Mary Magdalene)
  • Fergus falling (Box 9, f.6; Box 10, f.1-17)
  • Ferry (see: Old arrivals)
  • Ferry-rider (see: Old arrivals)
  • 52 Oswald Street (Box 9, f.7; Box 10, f.1-17)
  • Figures in New York harbor (see: The homecoming of Emma Lazarus)
  • Figures in the rose garden (see: Testament of the thief)
  • Figures out of time (Box 4, f.18)
  • Fire (see: Fire and stone)
  • Fire and stone (Box 6, f.23)
  • The fire makers (Box 4, f.18)
  • A first communion (Box 8, f.19-21; Box 10, f.20, 32, 47-50)
  • First fruits (Box 4, f.18)
  • The first poem (see: Under the Maud Moon)
  • First snow (see: Winter's first snow)
  • First song (Box 8, f.19-21; Box 10, f.33, 47-50)
  • Fish dinner (see: Nightfall of the real)
  • Fisher (Box 4, f.18)
  • Fisherman (Box 9, f.8; Box 10, f.1-17)
  • Five black bones (see: Five man's bones)
  • Five bones (see: Five man's bones)
  • Five poems (see: Another night in the ruins)
  • A flat contradiction (see: England has no need of you John Milton)
  • Flock at sunset over the valley of rivers (Box 4, f.19)
  • The flood (Box 4, f.19)
  • The flowers of Galilee (see: Frost, 1950)
  • The fly (Box 5, f.12; Box 6, f.3-8)
  • Fly child (Box 4, f.19)
  • Flying home (Box 9, f.9; Box 10, f.1-17)
  • The foot (see: The vestige of the wing)
  • For a child who wakens at night (see: Little sleep's-head sprouting hair in the moonlight)
  • For a flyer forced down in the Pacific (Box 4, f.14 - appended to: The blind man; Box 4, f.36 - appended to: Twilight)
  • For a village burial (Box 4, f.19)
  • For Denise Levertov (Box 8, f.58, 60)
  • For Etheridge Knight (see: Brother of my heart)
  • For Hart Crane (see: Two poems for dead poets)
  • For her birthday (Box 4, f.34 - appended to: The sunlight)
  • For Inger (Box 4, f.19)
  • For Robert Frost (Box 8, f.38, 58-65)
  • For the goddess of romanticism (see: The goddess of romanticism)
  • For the hundredth birthday of Robert Frost (see: For Robert Frost)
  • For the last judgement (see: Primer for the last judgement)
  • For the lost generation (Box 8, f.20, 21; Box 10, f.20, 34, 47-50)
  • For William Carlos Williams (Box 8, f.20, 21; Box 10, f.20, 35, 47-50)
  • For William Shakespeare (see: Two poems for dead poets)
  • Forbidden pictures of nudes (Box 4, f.19)
  • Forms of absence (see: Another night in the ruins)
  • Forms of wind (see: Another night in the ruins)
  • Fossils (Box 5, f.13; Box 6, f.3-8)
  • Four stories (Box 4, f.19)
  • Four winds in one heart (Box 4, f.19)
  • A fragment (Box 4, f.19)
  • Fragmentary tinder (Box 4, f.19)
  • Fragments (Box 4, f.19)
  • Fragments (for Natasha) (Box 4, f.19)
  • Fragments from a free thinker (Box 4, f.19)
  • Freedom, New Hampshire (Box 10, f.36-38, 47-50)
  • Freedom, New Hampshire (in French) (Box 4, f.19)
  • The frog pond (see: Vapor trail reflected in the frog pond)
  • From a Chicago window (Box 4, f.19)
  • From a classroom wall (Box 4, f.19)
  • From the house on the cliff over the harbor (see: Nightfall of the real)
  • From the Michigan Bridge (Box 8, f.19, 20)
  • From the window: twilight (Box 4, f.14 - appended to: The blind man)
  • From this window (Box 4, f.19)
  • Frost: 1950 (Box 4, f.19; Box 4, f.28 - appended to: On the young of the Enicospilus purgatus who feed on the intestines of caterpillars)
  • Frozen crust (see: Going home by last light)
  • The frugal tablecloth (see: Nightfall of the real)
  • Fugitive pieces (Box 4, f.19)
  • Full circle (Box 4, f.19)
  • Full moon (Box 7, f.48; Box 8, f.19; Box 22, f.30)
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G
  • The gallows (Box 8, f.25, 29, 32, 33)
  • Game (Box 7, f.49; Box 8, f.19)
  • The garden (see: Testament of the thief)
  • A garret, room, and house (see: Room of return)
  • Geometry lesson (Box 7, f.50; Box 8, f.19-21)
  • A germ in the crevice of a urinal (Box 4, f.20)
  • Gestures (see: Gestures of love)
  • Gestures of love (Box 4, f.20)
  • Getting the mail (Box 5, f.14; Box 6, f.3-8)
  • Girl on rocks (see: Lost loves)
  • The glade at dusk (see: In the glade at dusk)
  • Glints of green (see: Lost loves)
  • Glitter of dust (see: The dust)
  • The glow (Box 4, f.20)
  • The goddess of romanticism (Box 4, f.20)
  • Going for the mail (see: Getting the mail)
  • Going home by last light (Box 5, f.15; Box 6, f.3-8)
  • Going through the market on my way home by last light (see: Going home by last light)
  • The good father (Box 4, f.20)
  • Goodbye (Box 9, f.10; Box 10, f.1-17)
  • Goodbyes (Box 4, f.20)
  • Gothic slide (Box 8, f.20, 21; Box 10, f.39, 47-50)
  • Grass (see: Freedom, New Hampshire)
  • Graveyard (Box 4, f.20)
  • Great old days (Box 4, f.20)
  • Green elegy (see: Freedom, New Hampshire)
  • Green: for a brother (see: Freedom, New Hampshire)
  • Green: for my brother, 1925-1957 (see: Freedom, New Hampshire)
  • Green place (see: Freedom, New Hampshire)
  • Green place for a brother (see: Freedom, New Hampshire)
  • The green world (see: Freedom, New Hampshire)
  • The grey heron (Box 9, f.11; Box 10, f.1-17)
  • Gripe-guts (Box 7, f.51; Box 8, f.19)
  • Guillaume de Lorris finds the rose (see: Old arrivals)
  • A gull's destination (see: Old arrivals)
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H
  • The halcyon lover (Box 4, f.21)
  • Half sleep (see: The fly)
  • The hanged thief (see: Testament of the thief)
  • The hanging heart (Box 10, f.22)
  • Happiness (see: The milk bottle)
  • Harbor (see: Old arrivals)
  • Harbor darkness (see: Old arrivals)
  • Harbor hymn (see: Old arrivals)
  • Hardscrabble Mountain (see: On Hardscrabble Mountain)
  • Harmony (Box 4, f.21)
  • Having a drink in a train (Box 4, f.21)
  • He arrives (Box 4, f.21)
  • The hen (see: The hen flower)
  • The hen flower (Box 6, f.13, 21-32; Box 7, f.1-31)
  • Her face in the darkness (see: Poems of night)
  • Her first son (Box 7, f.52; Box 8, f.20)
  • Here & now (see: Lost loves)
  • The heretic tyrant of Forli (Box 7, f.53; Box 8, f.20, 21)
  • High noon on LaSalle Street (see: Noon on LaSalle Street)
  • A history lesson (Box 4, f.21)
  • Holm oak (Box 4, f.21)
  • The holy kiln (Box 4, f.21)
  • The holy land (see: Last hiding places of snow)
  • Homecoming of Emma Lazarus (Box 8, f.39, 58-65)
  • The homeward trail (Box 4, f.32 - appended to: The soldier-hobo)
  • Hotel (see: Hotel room)
  • Hotel commercial (see: Hotel room)
  • Hotel de commerce (see: Hotel room)
  • Hotel of lost light (see: In the hotel of lost light)
  • Hotel room (Box 6, f.20)
  • A hotel room in a strange city (see: Hotel room)
  • Hotel room somewhere (see: Hotel room)
  • Hour of the lamp (see: Nightfall of the real)
  • House on the cliff (see: Nightfall of the real)
  • How many nights (Box 5, f.16; Box 6, f.3-8; Box 22, f.30)
  • Hunger unto death (Box 8, f.40, 58-65)
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I
  • I lie in fields of summer (see: In fields of summer)
  • I married a vision, did you? (Box 4, f.22)
  • I put a stone to my ear (see: Lost loves)
  • I visit the Isaiah Bar (see: Doppelga"nger)
  • I wake from drunken sleep (see: Testament of the thief)
  • In a ditch (Box 4, f.22)
  • In a forest in Vermont (see: Vapor trail reflected in the frog pond)
  • In a hotel room (see: Hotel room)
  • In a hotel room in a strange city (see: Hotel room)
  • In a hotel room in a strange town (see: Hotel room)
  • In a television house (Box 4, f.22)
  • In a tree (see: Going home by last light)
  • In fields of summer (Box 8, f.41, 58-65)
  • In late fall (see: Vapor trail reflected in the frog pond)
  • In one of the bays of the Pont Neuf at nightfall (see: Pont Neuf at nightfall)
  • In praise of the goddess of romanticism (see: The goddess of romanticism)
  • In the Anse Galet Valley (Box 5, f.17; Box 6, f.3-8)
  • In the bamboo hut (Box 9, f.12; Box 10, f.1-17)
  • In the bookstore (see: Poetry shelf)
  • In the dusk by Les Invalides (see: Les Invalides)
  • In the dust by Les Invalides (see: Les Invalides)
  • In the farmhouse (Box 5, f.18; Box 6, f.3-8)
  • In the glade at dusk (Box 7, f.54; Box 8, f.19-21, 29, 32, 33)
  • In the hills (Box 4, f.22)
  • In the hills behind Anse Galet (see: In the Anse Galet Valley)
  • In the hospital (see: Lost loves)
  • In the hotel of lost light (Box 6, f.14, 21-32; Box 7, f.1-31)
  • In the house of happiness (see: There are things I tell no one but a poem)
  • In the Persian garden (see: Testament of the thief)
  • In the police station (Box 4, f.22)
  • In the temple (Box 4, f.22)
  • In this bamboo hut (see: In the bamboo hut)
  • In time of war (Box 4, f.22)
  • Incorruptible (see: And the dead shall be raised incorruptible)
  • Indian bread (Box 7, f.55; Box 8, f.19, 20, 28-33)
  • Indian summer (Box 7, f.56; Box 8, f.19-21)
  • The Indiana dunes (Box 4, f.22)
  • The indifferent (Box 4, f.22)
  • Infidel in the city (Box 4, f.22)
  • Inscribed on the fly-leaf of Petrarch (Box 4, f.22)
  • The instant (see: Another night in the ruins)
  • Into the rain forest (Box 6, f.22)
  • Into the Sierra Nevadas (Box 4, f.22)
  • Les Invalides (Box 9, f.13; Box 10, f.1-17)
  • Island of night (Box 7, f.57; Box 8, f.19-21, 29, 32, 33; Box 4, f.35 - appended to: To a disheartened poet)
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J
  • The Jewess (Box 7, f.58; Box 8, f.20, 21; Box 10, f.20; Box 4, f.35 - appended to: To N.R.)
  • The joining of waters (Box 7, f.59; Box 8, f.20)
  • Joseph (Box 4, f.23)
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K
  • Killing of hen (see: The hen flower)
  • Kissing the toad (Box 9, f.14; Box 10, f.1-17)
  • Kitchen (Box 4, f.23)
  • Knight on a white horse (Box 4, f.23)
  • Koisimi buddhist of altitudes (Box 8, f.42, 58-65)
  • Koisimi doomed buddhist of altitudes (see: Koisimi, buddhist of altitudes)
  • Kyoto (see: Kyoto prints)
  • Kyoto prints (Box 8, f.43, 58-65)
  • Kyrie eleison (Box 4, f.23)
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L
  • Lake Shore, Chicago (Box 4, f.24)
  • Lament for the porcupine (see: The porcupine)
  • Lament in praise of the porcupine (see: The porcupine)
  • Land of the poem (see: The poem)
  • Last day together (Box 4, f.24)
  • The last day by the sea (see: To the sea: A hymn written on the last day by her shore)
  • Last grace (see: There are things I tell no one but a poem)
  • Last hiding places of snow (Box 9, f.15-17; Box 10, f.1-17)
  • The last horse (see: The last horse in the Washington Street Market)
  • The last horse in the Washington Street Market (Box 4, f.24)
  • The last match (see: On the tennis court at night)
  • The last mourner (Box 4, f.24)
  • The last river (Box 5, f.19-21; Box 6, f.3-8)
  • Last rooms (see: Room of return)
  • The last singing (see: Last songs)
  • Last songs (Box 5, f.22; Box 6, f.3-8)
  • Last spring (Box 8, f.44, 58-65)
  • Last tarot (Box 4, f.24)
  • Last tennis match of the year (see: On the tennis court at night)
  • The last time together (see: Last day together)
  • The last will of Christian Maw (see: Dead shall be raised incorruptible)
  • Last will of the thief (see: Testament of the thief)
  • Lastness (Box 6, f.15, 21-32; Box 7, f.1-31)
  • Late-winter gulls (Box 7, f.60; Box 8, f.21)
  • Lava (Box 9, f.18; Box 10, f.1-17)
  • Leafs (see: Lost loves)
  • The leaping falls (Box 4, f.24)
  • Leaping mantas (see: Mantas)
  • Learning to walk (see: Last spring)
  • The lecturer (Box 4, f.24)
  • The lecturer: A (melo)dramatic monologue (see: The lecturer)
  • Leta (Box 4, f.24)
  • Letter (see: Getting the mail)
  • Life's amateurs, we (Box 4, f.24)
  • A light (Box 4, f.24)
  • Lights at the shore of the sea (see: Spindrift)
  • Lilacs (Box 8, f.19, 20; Box 10, f.40, 47-50)
  • Lines composed a few miles above Nassau Tavern (Box 4, f.24)
  • Literary cocktail (Box 4, f.24)
  • Literary cocktail party in Paris (see: Literary cocktail)
  • The littered beach (see: Spindrift)
  • Little boy (Box 4, f.24)
  • Little children and the future (see: Two set out on their journey)
  • Little children's prayer (see: Two set out on their journey)
  • Little sleep's-head sprouting hair in the moonlight (Box 6, f.16, 21-32; Box 7, f.1-31)
  • A live branch (see: Old arrivals)
  • Lizard Island (see: Daybreak)
  • Lizard Island (see: The grey heron)
  • Looking at your face (Box 9, f.19; Box 10, f.1-17)
  • Lost loves (Box 5, f.23; Box 6, f.3-8)
  • The lost rooms (see: Room of returns)
  • Love through two seasons (see: Two seasons)
  • Loves (see: Lost loves)
  • Love-tree (Box 4, f.24; Box 4, f.12 - appended to: After blossom-time)
  • Lunch hour (see: Hunger unto death)
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  • The machine age (Box 4, f.25)
  • The mail (see: Getting the mail)
  • The mailbox (see: Getting the mail)
  • A man (see: One who used to beat his way)
  • Mango (Box 5, f.24; Box 6, f.3-8)
  • Mangoes (see: Mango)
  • Manner of walking (see: Last spring)
  • Man's bones (Box 4, f.25)
  • Mantas (Box 4, f.25)
  • Many loves (see: Lost loves)
  • The marriage of body and soul (Box 4, f.25)
  • Mary Magdalene (Box 4, f.25)
  • The mason (Box 6, f.22)
  • The material paradise (see: Testament of the thief)
  • Matin (see: The burn)
  • Maud and Fergus join Ine,s and me in our bed (see: After making love we hear footsteps)
  • Maxwell Street (Box 7, f.61; Box 8, f.21)
  • Meditation among the tombs (Box 8, f.26, 28-33)
  • Meditation in a coffin (Box 4, f.25)
  • Meditation in the tombs (see: Meditation among the tombs)
  • Melting (see: Snowman)
  • Memories of the child wife (Box 4, f.25)
  • Memory (Box 4, f.25)
  • Memory of March, 1944 (see: Memory of Wilmington)
  • Memory of Wilmington (Box 9, f.20; Box 10, f.1-17)
  • Middle of my journey (see: Middle of the way)
  • Middle of the way (Box 8, f.45, 58-65)
  • The Milesian school (Box 4, f.25)
  • Milk bottle (Box 9, f.21; Box 10, f.1-17)
  • The mill (appended to: The desert dawn)
  • Minters (Box 4, f.25)
  • Mitchigamie (Box 7, f.62; Box 8, f.20)
  • Modern love (Box 4, f.26; see also: The apple)
  • Morning (Box 4, f.26)
  • Mother of schoolchildren (Box 4, f.26)
  • Mount Rainier (see: Mount Rainier at sunset)
  • Mount Rainier at sunset (Box 4, f.26)
  • Mount St. Helena (Box 4, f.26)
  • Mountain pond (see: Lost loves)
  • Mountain sleep (see: On Hardscrabble Mountain)
  • The mouth of Kilchis River (see: The burn)
  • oving water (see: Under the Williamsburg Bridge)
  • Music (see: Music for the world)
  • The music box (see: The apple)
  • Music for the world (Box 4, f.26)
  • Music of grace (see: There are things I tell no one but a poem)
  • My house over the harbor (see: Nightfall of the real)
  • My pilgrimage (appended to : A brief and possibly inadequate defence of whoremaster man)
  • My scallop shell (Box 4, f.26)
  • My soul is a wild stream (Box 10, f.22)
  • Mystic river (see: The last river)
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  • Names (see: Lost loves)
  • La nappe frugal (see: Nightfall of the real)
  • Nature worship (appended to: The twilight of the image)
  • Near Barbizon (Box 10, f.20)
  • New boy (Box 7, f.63; Box 8, f.19, 20)
  • The new year (see: Another night in the ruins)
  • The new year passes (see: Another night in the ruins)
  • The night (see: The stilltime)
  • Night beach (see: On the shore at night)
  • Night in the forest (Box 5, f.25; Box 6, f.3-8)
  • Night in the ruined farm? (see: Another night in the ruins)
  • A night in the ruins (see: Another night in the ruins)
  • Night on the cove (see: On the shore at night)
  • The nightmare (see: Little sleep's-head sprouting hair in the moonlight)
  • Nightmare of a child (see: Little sleep's-head sprouting hair in the moonlight)
  • Night song (Box 8, f. 27, 29, 32, 33)
  • Nightfall of the real (Box 8, f.46, 58-65) 1950 (Box 4, f.27)
  • No smoking in the south stacks (see: Fragments from a free thinker)
  • Noon on LaSalle Street (Box 7, f.64; Box 8, f.19, 21)
  • North train (Box 4, f.27)
  • The northern crown over the dunes (Box 4, f.27)
  • Norway (see: Last day together)
  • Notation (Box 7, f.65; Box 8, f.19)
  • Notes of an insomniac (Box 4, f.27)
  • November 5, 1952 (Box 4, f.27)
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  • O' lost! (Box 4, f.28)
  • Oak (Box 4, f.28; see also: Oaktree)
  • Oaktree (Box 4, f.28)
  • Ocean sunset (Box 4, f.28)
  • October by the sea: The last evening (Box 7, f.66; Box 8, f.19, 20)
  • The October sea (see: October by the sea: The last evening)
  • Ode on freedom (Box 4, f.28)
  • An ode to joy or sorrow (Box 4, f.28)
  • Oh, any stone on the earth (see: Lost loves)
  • Old arrivals (Box 8, f.47, 58-65)
  • An old manifesto (Box 4, f.28)
  • An old man's fish dinner (see: Nightfall of the real)
  • Old men in Naso's variety store (see: The homecoming of Emma Lazarus)
  • The old moon (Box 7, f.67; Box 8, f.29, 32, 33)
  • The old opium smoker (Box 4, f.28)
  • Olive drifted from Andalusia (see: Tree from Andalusia)
  • On a blind horse (Box 4, f.28)
  • On a dead child (Box 7, f.68; Box 8, f.19, 20)
  • On a dog and his master (see: Fragments from a free thinker)
  • On ashes (see: Lost loves)
  • On cliffs over the harbor (see: Nightfall of the real)
  • On frozen fields (Box 8, f.48, 58-65)
  • On Hardscrabble Mountain (Box 8, f.49, 58-65)
  • On having been handed a book called "Forbidden pictures of nudes" (see: Forbidden pictures of nudes)
  • On having read Yeats' "A vision" (Box 4, f.28)
  • On hearing Eric Kahler read from Rilke (Box 10, f.22)
  • On Mount Washington (see: Pack Monadnock)
  • On Pike's Peak after a day spent in Denver (see: Pike's Peak)
  • On remembering lost loves (see: Lost loves)
  • On revisiting 30 Patton Hall (Box 4, f.28)
  • On the clifftop (Box 4, f.28)
  • On the death of a nephew (see: On a dead child)
  • On the frozen field (see: On frozen fields)
  • On the mountain (Box 4, f.28)
  • On the Pont Neuf at nightfall (see: Pont Neuf at nightfall)
  • On the shore at night (Box 6, f.20)
  • On the side of mountains (Box 4, f.28)
  • On the subject of my poems (see: The poem)
  • On the tennis court at night (Box 9, f.22; Box 10, f.1-17; on verso of Richard Howard to Kinnell, Nov. 21, 1977)
  • On the young of the Enicospilus purgatus who feed on the intestines of caterpillars (Box 4, f.28)
  • Once in special (Box 4, f.28)
  • One more river (see: The last river)
  • One who used to beat his way (Box 5, f.26; Box 6, f.3-8)
  • The only mourner (see: The last mourner)
  • The opium master (see: Testament of the thief)
  • Our lady (see: Old arrivals)
  • Our trip to the Camargue (Box 6, f.20)
  • Our white house, small, yet peaceful (see: Nightfall of the real)
  • Out of the book of spells (see: The grey heron)
  • Overnight (Box 4, f.28)
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  • Pack Monadnock (Box 4, f.29)
  • Park meeting (see: Mother of schoolchildren)
  • A passing bird (see: Another night in the ruins)
  • Passing dwellings (see: Room of return)
  • Passing the market on my way home (see: Going home by last light)
  • Passing through the market on my way home (see: Going home by last light)
  • Passion (Box 7, f.69; Box 8, f.19-21, 28-33)
  • Pastoral green place (see: Freedom, New Hampshire)
  • The path (see: Getting the mail)
  • The path among the stones (Box 6, f.17, 21-32; Box 7, 1-31)
  • The path to the mailbox (see: Getting the mail)
  • The path toward the high valley (see: Under the Maud Moon)
  • Pebble in the sand (Box 4, f.29)
  • Persia (see: Testament of the thief)
  • Persian poem (Box 4, f.29)
  • Persian sunset (Box 4, f.29)
  • Persian testament (see: Testament of the thief)
  • The physical world (see: Lost loves)
  • Picnic (Box 4, f.29)
  • Pigeons over Hoboken (see: Avenue bearing the initial of Christ into the New World)
  • Pike's Peak (Box 4, f.29)
  • Pilgrim (see: Testament of the thief)
  • The planted garden (Box 4, f.29)
  • A platform over the body of the world (Box 4, f.29)
  • Poem (see: Another night in the ruins)
  • The poem (Box 4, f.29; Box 5, f.27, 28; Box 6, f.3-8; see also: Poetry shelf; see also: You who survive)
  • The poem as compulsive naming (Box 4, f.29)
  • Poem of man's most hidden hungering for death (Box 4, f.29)
  • Poem of Negro boys I swam with in the Mississippi nine years ago (see: Poem of Negro boys I swam with in the Mississippi seven years ago)
  • Poem of Negro boys I swam with in the Mississippi seven years ago (Box 4, f.29)
  • Poem of night (see: Poems of night)
  • Poems of love and loss (Box 4, f.29)
  • Poems of night (Box 8, f.50, 58-65)
  • Poem ten (see: Lastness)
  • The poet speaks to a young girl who would become his mistress (Box 10, f.22)
  • The poet watches sunset from a window (Box 4, f.29)
  • The poetry shelf (Box 4, f.30)
  • The poetry shelf in the bookstore (see: The poetry shelf)
  • The poets (Box 4, f.29)
  • Poll (Box 6, f.20)
  • Pont Neuf at nightfall (Box 9, f.23; Box 10, f.1-17)
  • The pool (Box 4, f.29; see also: The milk bottle)
  • A poor one (see: One who used to beat his way)
  • A poor one (see: The fire makers)
  • A poor stone (see: Lost loves)
  • The porcupine (Box 5, f.29, 30; Box 6, f.3-8)
  • Postcards to posterity (see: In the hotel of lost light)
  • Prairie hill (Box 7, f.70; Box 8, f.19, 20)
  • Prayer for little children (see: Two set out on their journey)
  • Prayer for two little children (see: Two set out on their journey)
  • Prayer on behalf of little children (see: Two set out on their journey)
  • Prayer, watch on the rim of the west (Box 4, f.29)
  • The preface to the Book of Nightmares (see: Under the Maud moon)
  • Prelude: story of my shame (Box 4, f.29)
  • Pretension (Box 4, f.29)
  • Primer for the last judgment (Box 7, f.71; Box 8, f.20, 21, 29, 32, 33)
  • Princeton (Box 4, f.29)
  • A problem (Box 4, f.29)
  • Promised land (Box 7, f.72; Box 8, f.19)
  • Promontory moon (Box 4, f.29)
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  • A question of spring (Box 4, f.31; Box 4, f.34 - appended to: A storm-thought on the dunes)
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  • Raccoon (Box 4, f.31; Box 4, f.12 - appended to: After blossom-time)
  • Rain (Box 4, f.31)
  • Rainbow (Box 9, f.24-26; Box 10, f.1-17)
  • Rainbow-colored stone (see: Lost loves)
  • Rat song (see: To the rats)
  • The red rocks (see: A trip to the Rockies)
  • Reflections in goldenrod (see: Ruins under the stars)
  • Rehearsal (Box 7, f.73; Box 8, f.20)
  • Remember the lovers (see: Rehearsal)
  • Reply (Box 4, f.31)
  • The return of a brother (see: Storm in the hayfield, 1865)
  • Return of a brother, 1865 (see: Storm in the hayfield, 1865)
  • Riddle (Box 4, f.31)
  • The riderless white horse (Box 4, f.31)
  • A river (see: Under the Williamsburg Bridge)
  • The river that is east (Box 8, f. 58, 60)
  • Road from my house (see: Getting the mail)
  • Room by the Hudson (see: Room of return)
  • Room of return (Box 8, f.51, 58-65)
  • Room over the Hudson (see: Room of return)
  • Rooms (see: Hotel room)
  • Rooms (see: Room of return)
  • The rose garden (see: Testament of the thief)
  • The ruins (see: The tramp)
  • Ruins under the stars (Box 8, f.52, 58-65)
  • Runaway (Box 7, f.74; Box 8, f.20)
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  • A sad story (Box 4, f.32)
  • Sadness of brothers (Box 9, f.27-29; Box 20, f.1-17)
  • The Sagaponack beach (see: Tree from Andalusia)
  • Saint Francis and the sow (Box 9, f.30; Box 10, f.1-17; enclosed in The New Yorker to Kinnell, Mar. 21, 1979)
  • Saint of the taverns (see: In the hotel of lost light)
  • The Salvation Army Store shoes (see: The shoes of wandering)
  • Sanspotato (Box 8, f.1, 20)
  • Sayings out of the darkness (Box 4, f.32)
  • Schizoid in Paris (see: Last spring)
  • School (Box 4, f.32)
  • The schoolhouse (Box 10, f.20, 40, 47-50)
  • Schoolhouse in autumn (see: The schoolhouse)
  • Schoolteacher (Box 4, f.32)
  • Scientific funeral (Box 4, f.32)
  • Scraps from the free thinker (see: Fragments from a free thinker)
  • The scuff scuff of soles (see: One who used to beat his way)
  • Sea town (see: Nightfall of the real)
  • Sea wind (see: Spindrift)
  • Seascape west (see: Seascapes west and east)
  • Seascapes west and east (Box 4, f.32)
  • Season of moult (Box 4, f.32)
  • Second summer (Box 8, f.20)
  • The seed (Box 8, f.2, 19)
  • The Seekonk border (Box 4, f.32)
  • The self-correcting folly (see: A distinction and formulation)
  • The self-corrective folly (see: A distinction and formulation)
  • Semplice (see: Spicatto)
  • Setting out (Box 4, f.32)
  • Seven streams of Nevis (Box 10, f.20, 41, 47-50)
  • Shadows (Box 4, f.32)
  • The shapeless hills (Box 10, f.22)
  • She has been gone (see: In the bamboo hut)
  • A shell (Box 4, f.32)
  • The shine of ruin (see: Ruins under the stars)
  • The shine of ruins (see: Ruins under the stars)
  • Shining on ruins (see: Ruins under the stars)
  • The shoes (see: The shoes of wandering)
  • The shoes of the nightmare (see: The shoes of wandering)
  • The shoes of wandering (Box 6, f.18, 21-32; Box 7, f.1-31)
  • Shore of night (see: On the shore at night)
  • The shores of light (Box 4, f.32)
  • A shot deer (Box 4, f.32)
  • The siege of the Pentagon (Box 6, f.20)
  • A sign (see: Sixth Avenue in the rain)
  • The sign of Crates (Box 4, f.32)
  • The silence (see: Cells breathe in the emptiness)
  • A silent day (see: Cells breathe in the emptiness)
  • Singer of lower Manhattan (see: One who used to beat his way)
  • Sixth Avenue in the rain (Box 4, f.32)
  • Skeiners of the wind (Box 4, f.32)
  • The slides (Box 4, f.32)
  • Sloucher of lower Manhattan (see: One who used to beat his way)
  • Smoke (Box 4, f.32)
  • Snow man (see: Snowman)
  • Snowman (Box 4, f.33)
  • The social life (Box 4, f.32)
  • The soldier-hobo (Box 4, f.32)
  • Solitude (see: Dear stranger extant in memory by the blue Juniata)
  • Songs (see: Last songs)
  • Songs to Diotima (Box 4, f.32)
  • Sonnet (Box 4, f.32; see also: My scallop shell)
  • Sonnet on the egoist (Box 4, f.32)
  • Sonnet sequence: To Katherine (Box 4, f.32)
  • Sonnet sequence: To Mimi (Box 4, f.32)
  • Sonnet II (Box 4, f.32)
  • Southern bones (see: Man's bones)
  • The sorrow of youth (Box 4, f.32)
  • The sound of the wind (see: Another night in the ruins)
  • Le souper qui suivit le dernier (see: Supper after last)
  • Speech and the dead silence (see: Cells breathe in the emptiness)
  • Speedboat (Box 4, f.32)
  • Spicatto (Box 4, f.32)
  • Spindrift (Box 8, f.53, 58-65; Box 22, f.30)
  • Spindrift of the sea (see: Spindrift)
  • Spring beauty (Box 4, f.15 - on verso of: The cavedwellers; Box 8, f.3, 19-21)
  • Spring oak (Box 8, f.4, 19-21, 28-33; see also: Two symbols)
  • Springtime in Paris (see: Last spring)
  • Standing by the Barton River Falls (see: The falls)
  • Stars shining on ruins (see: Testament of the thief)
  • The statue of Hans Christian Anderson (Box 4, f.34)
  • The steps of the poorhouse (see: Testament of the thief)
  • Still-life (Box 8, f.5, 20; Box 8, f.19, 20 - appended to: Lilacs)
  • The still time (Box 9, f.31-32; Box 10, f.1-17)
  • Stockyards (Box 4, f.34)
  • A stone (Box 4, f.34; see also: Lost loves)
  • The stones (Box 6, f.22)
  • Stop and go (see: Riddle)
  • Storm in the hayfield, 1865 (Box 8, f.6, 19-21)
  • A storm-thought on the dunes (Box 4, f.34)
  • Street dream (Box 4, f.34)
  • Street fires (see: The firemakers)
  • Street scene (Box 4, f.34)
  • Strike! (Box 4, f.34)
  • The student (Box 4, f.34)
  • Suburban train (see: Surburban (sic) train)
  • The subway station late at night (see: Across the valley of third rails)
  • Summer sky from the dunes (Box 4, f.34)
  • A summer[?] storm, 1865 (see: Storm in the hayfield, 1865)
  • Sunday in the square (Box 8, f.7, 19-20) The sunlight (Box 4, f.34)
  • Sunset (see: Testament of the thief)
  • Sunset at Timberline (Box 8, f.28-33)
  • Sunwhirl (see: Mantas)
  • Supper after last (Box 10, f.42, 47-50)
  • Supper after last (French) (Box 4, f.34)
  • Surburban (sic) train (Box 4, f.34)
  • Surrounded by nights (see: Middle of the way)
  • Surrounded by nights on my thirty-eighth birthday (see: Middle of the way)
  • Symbols I (see: Two symbols)
  • Symbols II (see: Two symbols)
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  • Tales from the hollow men (Box 4, f.35)
  • The ten bones of this life (see: Man's bones)
  • The ten mile river (Box 4, f.35)
  • The tenth poem (see: Lastness)
  • The tenth poem, which is the last (see: Lastness)
  • Testament (Box 8, f.20)
  • Testament of the thief (Box 6, f.1, 3-8)
  • There are things I tell no one but a poem (Box 9, f.33-37; Box 10, f.1-17)
  • There are things I tell to no one but to the poem (see: There are things I tell no one but a poem)
  • The thief (see: Testament of the thief)
  • The thief's last groans (see: Testament of the thief)
  • The thief's testament (see: Testament of the thief)
  • Things I tell to no one but the poem (see: There are things I tell no one but a poem) 39th birthday, New Year's Eve (see: Another night in the ruins)
  • This is my letter to my countrymen (Box 4, f.35)
  • This rude coarse nursing bed (Box 4, f.35)
  • Through the torn curtain sunlight strikes the Koozeh (Box 4, f.35)
  • Three dwellings (see: Room of return)
  • The threshold (see: The beautiful)
  • The Tillamook burn (see: The burn)
  • Tillamook burn again (see: The burn)
  • Tillamook burn in flower (see: The burn)
  • Tillamook burn thirteen years later (see: The burn)
  • Tillamook journal (Box 8, f.54, 58-65; Box 10, f.20)
  • The time of war (see: Vapor trail reflected in the frog pond)
  • To a child in Calcutta (Box 8, f.55, 58-65)
  • To a disheartened poet (Box 4, f.35; Box 4, f.36 - appended to: Twilight)
  • To a poet of disturbing politics (Box 4, f.35)
  • To a thin-wristed woman (Box 4, f.35)
  • To an unknown Japanese painter (Box 4, f.16 - appended to: David)
  • To Anne with an E (Box 4, f.35)
  • To be alone (see: Hotel room)
  • To Christ our Lord (Box 8, f.19-21; Box 10, f.43, 47-50)
  • To fire or not to fire the retro-rocket (Box 4, f.35)
  • To have (Box 4, f.35)
  • To Keats (Box 4, f.35)
  • To Koisimi doomed buddhist of altitudes (see: Koisimi, buddhist of altitudes)
  • To live is glorious (see: Another night in the ruins)
  • To Luther (Box 8, f.8, 20)
  • To Martin Luther (see: To Luther)
  • To N -- (see: To N.R.)
  • To N.R. (Box 4, f.35)
  • To New York harbor (see: Old arrivals)
  • To one walking at morning on the beach (Box 4, f.35)
  • To one who announces in anger that he will burn his poems (see: To one who has written for the 7th time that he will burn his poems)
  • To one who has written for the 7th time that he will burn his poems (Box 4, f.35)
  • To one who wishes to die (see: Wait)
  • To some woman who claims she dreamed about me after reading my poems (Box 4, f.35)
  • To the rats (Box 6, f.24)
  • To the sea: A hymn written on the last day by her shore (Box 4, f.35)
  • To walk through time (see: Last spring)
  • To William Carlos Williams (see: For William Carlos Williams)
  • The toad (see: Kissing the toad)
  • A toast to Tu Fu (Box 8, f.20, 21; Box 10, f.44, 47-50)
  • Today we are dropping napalm (Box 22, f.2O)
  • Today we dropped napalm (see: Today we are dropping napalm)
  • Told by seafarers (Box 8, f.9, 21, 29, 32, 33; Box 10, f.20)
  • Tonight from your sleep (Box 4, f.36)
  • Touch (Box 4, f.36)
  • Toward morning, walking through Les Halles (see: Going home by last light)
  • Towards Chock Full O' Nuts (see: Hunger unto death)
  • The trail (see: Getting the mail)
  • Trailer-truck at night (Box 4, f.36)
  • Train (Box 4, f.36)
  • The tramp (Box 4, f.36)
  • The tramp master (see: The tramp master of 19th century England)
  • The tramp master of 19th century England (Box 4, f.36)
  • Transcendental Christmas (Box 4, f.36)
  • Traveling to Greybeard (Box 10, f.22)
  • Traveller on the road (Box 4, f.36; see also: Travelling on the road)
  • Tree (see: Lost loves)
  • A tree drifted from Andalusia (see: Tree from Andalusia)
  • Tree from Andalusia (Box 8, f.56, 58-65)
  • Tree of paradise (see: Testament of the thief)
  • The tree of the world's end (see: The tree of paradise)
  • Trial for fire (Box 8, f.10, 21)
  • The trial of Lazarus (see: The homecoming of Emma Lazarus)
  • A trick of mirrors (Box 4, f.36)
  • Trinity Church graveyard (see: Hunger unto death)
  • Trinity graveyard (see: Hunger unto death)
  • Trip south (see: Driving south)
  • Trip to the Camargue (see: Our trip to the Camargue)
  • A trip to the Rockies (Box 4, f.37)
  • Tristan (Box 4, f.36)
  • The tune (see: The fly)
  • Turkeyland Cove (see: On the shore at night)
  • Twilight (Box 4, f.36)
  • The twilight of the image (Box 4, f.36)
  • Two cautions for Africa (see: Game)
  • Two children set out on their journey (see: Two set out on their journey)
  • Two little children (see: Two set out on their journey)
  • Two little children think about the future (see: Two set out on their journey)
  • Two little children's song of innocence (see: Two set out on their journey)
  • Two poems for dead poets (Box 4, f.36)
  • Two scenes: Bear Creek and the red rocks (see: A trip to the Rockies)
  • Two seasons (Box 8, f.11, 20, 28-33)
  • Two set out on their journey (Box 9, f.38, 39; Box 10, f.1-17)
  • Two small children's prayer (see: Two set out on their journey)
  • Two sonnets from Wisconsin (Box 4, f.36)
  • Two symbols (Box 4, f.36)
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U
  • Under a full moon (Box 4, f.38)
  • Under a tree in April (see: Going home by last light)
  • Under the arbor vitae (see: Fall)
  • Under the Maud moon (Box 6, f.19, 21-32; Box 7, f.1-31)
  • Under the rainbow (see: The rainbow)
  • Under the stone tower (Box 4, f.38)
  • Under the Williamsburg Bridge (Box 8, f.57-65)
  • Usage hugs everything (see: Old arrivals)
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V
  • Vacation (Box 4, f.38)
  • Vagabond verse (Box 4, f.38)
  • The valley of illusions (Box 4, f.38)
  • Vapor trail reflected in the frog pond (Box 6, f.2-8; Box 22, f.20)
  • The vestige of the wing (Box 6, f.20, 22)
  • Via Dolorosa (see: Avenue bearing the initial of Christ into the New World)
  • Vipers (see: Almeria)
  • Virginia (see: Dear stranger extant in memory by the blue Juniata)
  • A vision of sorrow (Box 4, f.38)
  • A voice (see: Lost loves)
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W
  • Wafer (see: In the Anse Galet Valley)
  • Wait (Box 9, f.40; Box 10, f.1-17; enclosed in The New Yorker to Kinnell, July 10, 1978)
  • Waiting on a suburban train on a platform over the body of the world (Box 4, f.39)
  • Waking at night in the forest (see: Night in the forest)
  • A walk in Highland Park (Box 8, f.12, 19-21, 32, 33)
  • A walk in the country (Box 8, f.13, 19-21, 28-33; Box 4, f.35 - appended to: To N.R.)
  • A walk on the dunes (see: A day's walk on the dunes)
  • Walking for the mail (see: Getting the mail)
  • Walking out alone in dead of winter (Box 8, f.28-33)
  • Walking through Les Halles by first light (see: Going home by last light)
  • Walking through the Clichy Market at sunset (see: Going home by last light)
  • The wanderer (see: Old arrivals)
  • Wandering toward the high valley (see: Lastness)
  • Wash (see: In the bamboo hut)
  • Washerwomen (see: In the bamboo hut)
  • The watch (Box 8, f.14, 20; Box 4, f.36 - appended to: Twilight)
  • Watch on the rim of the west (see: Prayer, watch on the rim of the west)
  • Watching the clouds at night (see: In the Anse Galet Valley)
  • The waves of sky (Box 4, f.39)
  • Weasel remains in goldenrod (see: In fields of summer)
  • The web (Box 4, f.39)
  • The weeping winterberry (Box 4, f.39)
  • Westport (Box 8, f.19-21; Box 10, f.45, 47-50)
  • What a voice (see: Lost loves)
  • What are they singing, the last birds (see: Last songs)
  • What are they singing, the strange birds (see: Last songs)
  • When Fergus cries (see: After making love we hear footsteps)
  • When he cries (see: After making love we hear footsteps)
  • When I had third degree burns on both feet and the car broke down two miles from home on a rainy night (Box 4, f.39)
  • When it snowed in the Bois (see: Snowman)
  • When Pele loved Kamapua'a (see: Kissing the toad)
  • When the bird came back (see: A bird comes back)
  • When the goddess loved the pig (see: Kissing the toad)
  • When you cry cry a lot (see: Crying)
  • Where the bodies break (Box 4, f. 39)
  • White house on the cliff (see: Nightfall of the real)
  • White house on the cliff across from Bonifacio (see: Nightfall of the real)
  • The white room (Box 4, f.39)
  • A white sail (Box 4, f.39)
  • Whoring after gods (see: Avenue bearing the initial of Christ into the New World)
  • The wicks (Box 8, f.15, 20)
  • Widow (Box 4, f.39)
  • Wild deer (Box 4, f.39)
  • Wilmington, Delaware (see: Memory of Wilmington)
  • The winds of paradise (see: Testament of the thief)
  • Wings that do not fly (see: The hen flower)
  • A wino (see: One who used to beat his way)
  • A wino in New York (see: One who used to beat his way)
  • Winter (see: Last spring)
  • A winter evening, Chicago (Box 4, f.39)
  • A winter light (Box 4, f.39)
  • A winter scene (Box 8, f.16, 20)
  • A winter sky (Box 8, f.19, 21, 29, 32, 33)
  • Winter sun (Box 4, f.39)
  • Winter tree (see: How many nights)
  • Winter's first snow (Box 8, f.17, 20)
  • The wise, the young (Box 4, f.39)
  • Witchery of water (see: The tramp)
  • With mirrors (see: A trick of mirrors)
  • The wolves (Box 8, f.21; Box 10, f.46-50)
  • Words for music (Box 4, f.39)
  • The world (see: Lost loves)
  • A world government meeting (Box 4, f.39)
  • A wreath of thorn (Box 4, f.39)
  • Written after the death of my father (see: After the death of my father)
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Y
  • Yankee west (Box 8, f.18, 19)
  • The year of our burning (see: Dead shall be raised incorruptible)
  • Yesterday from my fever (see: After the fever)
  • Yet life (Box 4, f.40)
  • Your face (see: Looking at your face)
  • You who survive (Box 4, f.40; Box 6, f.23; Box 4, f.12 - appended to: All who have gone down)
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