Treehouse : new and selected poems

Title
Treehouse : new and selected poems / William Kloefkorn.
Author
Kloefkorn, William.
Publication
Fredonia, N.Y. : White Pine Press, [1996], ©1996.

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Description
224 pages; 22 cm
Contents
  • Not Dreaming -- That Summer -- Rope -- Rancher -- Separations -- Sycamore -- Waitress -- Cures -- The Day the Earthquake Was Supposed To Happen -- Monday Morning -- In Switzerland -- Non-Stop Begonias -- Returning -- Drums -- First Night of a Weekend Fishing With My Brother -- Stealing Melons -- Walking Home, Late October -- Two Trumpets in Sunlight -- On a Porch Swing Swinging -- Thinking More, Talking Less -- Oceanside, Early August -- Mowing the Sidewalk -- Walking to Work -- Selling the World Book Door to Door -- Upon Learning of the Death of My Hairdresser's Baby -- After the Drunk Crushed My Father -- Treehouse -- Singing Hymns with Unitarians -- A City Waking Up -- Benediction -- This Tree, This Hackberry -- Not Such a Bad Place to Be -- Killing the Swallows -- For My Wife's Father -- Thanksgiving -- Drifting -- Epitaph for a Grandfather -- Nebraska: This Place, These People -- Christmas 1939 -- Sunday Morning -- Walking the Tracks -- Kicking Leaves --
  • Mowing the Lawn for the Last Time -- Uncertain the Final Run to Winter -- Cleaning Out My Dead Grandfather's Barn -- Dec. 8, 1941 -- LTL -- Town Team -- Toots Slocum -- Saunders County Barn -- Collecting for the Wichita Beacon -- Sowing the Whirlwind -- Waiting to Jell -- One of Those -- Cornsilk -- Waiting for the Bus at 63rd and Huntington -- From Within the First House -- On a Hot Day After Rain -- Standing on the Back Porch -- Mother Said She Was Glad Now -- Beginning Then Myself for the First Authentic Time to Die, I Go on Dying -- Taking the Milk to Grandmother -- That Voice From a Brain Evolved to Dream -- Rushing the Season -- In the Treehouse with Franklin -- Whatever Is Elevated and Pure, Precisely on Key -- On the Road: Sunday, March 6, 1977 -- Trying to Love You in These Words -- Last Summer and the One Before -- Cycle -- 1943 -- The Price of Admission -- George Eat Old Gray Rat at Pappy's House Yesterday -- At Shannon's Creek, Early August --
  • The Mad Farmer Shuts Himself Inside His Silo To Sing Away the Storm -- Watercolor: The Door -- Testament -- Independent -- Lovers -- Cave -- Drinking the Tin Cup Dry -- Riding My Bicycle Without Hands Down Huntington Street -- Out-and-Down Pattern -- My Love for All Things Warm and Breathing -- Camping on the North Bank of the Platte -- Christmas 1940 -- The Louvre -- An Interlude for Morning -- The Day I Pedaled My Girlfriend Betty Lou All the Way Around the Paper Route -- Nebraska, Early March -- The Night Joe Louis Went 21-0 By Dropping Tami Mauriello -- You Have Lived Long Enough -- Alone in the Sandhills of Sheridan County, Nebraska, Standing Near the Grave of Mari Sandoz -- After Breakfast With My Wife at the Hy-vee Diner -- Undressing by Lamplight -- Easter Sunday -- Last of the Mohicans -- Drifting -- The Others -- Abandoned Farmhouse -- Wildhood, Early Autumn -- In a Motel Room Somewhere in Western Nebraska -- Dress -- Welcome to Carlos -- Schwinn --
  • Fastpitch Finals -- Hitting the Tree -- Fishing With My Two Boys at a Spring-Fed Pond in Kansas -- Outage.
ISBN
1877727652 (pbk.)
OCLC
ocm36144679
Owning Institutions
Columbia University Libraries