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Silence in the Snowy Fields
Poems
Robert Bly

Wesleyan University Press



Contents

• ELEVEN POEMS OF SOLITUDE
• Three Kinds of Pleasures
• Return to Solitude
• Waking from Sleep
• Hunting Pheasants in a Cornfield
• Surprised by Evening
• Thinking of Wallace Stevens on the First Snowy Day in December
• Sunset at a Lake
• Fall
• Approaching Winter
• Driving toward the Lac Qui Parle River
• Poem in Three Parts
• AWAKENING
• Unrest
• Awakening
• Poem against the Rich
• Poem against the British
• Where We Must Look for Help
• Remembering in Oslo the Old Picture of the Magna Carta
• Summer, 1960, Minnesota
• With Pale Women in Maryland
• Driving through Ohio
• At the Funeral of Great-aunt Mary
• the Ferry Across the Chesapeake Bay
• A Man Writes to a Part of Himself
• Depression
• Driving to Town Late to Mail a Letter
• Getting Up Early
• A Late Spring Day in My Life
• Love Poem
• “Taking the Hands”
• Afternoon Sleep
• Images Suggested by Medieval Music
• Solitude Late at Night in the Woods
• Watering the Horse
• In a Train
• SILENCE ON THE ROADS
• After Working
• The Clear Air of October
• Laziness and Silence
• September Night with an Old Horse
• Night
• After Drinking All Night with a Friend, We Go Out in a Boat at Dawn to See Who Can Write the Best Poem
• Boards
• Late at Night during a Visit of Friends
• Silence
• Snowfall in the Afternoon

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