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LBCC Albany Campus Library PS3558.A62423 S5 2006 (Text) 38813001238130 Stacks Available -

Record details

  • ISBN: 9781560258308
  • ISBN: 1560258306
  • Physical Description: print
    74 pages ; 22 cm
  • Edition: [3rd ed. ].
  • Publisher: New York : Thunder's Mouth Press ; [Berkeley, Calif.?] : Distributed by Publishers Group West, ©2006.

Content descriptions

General Note: Poems.
Formatted Contents Note: Survivors -- Call it fear -- Anchorage -- What music -- Rain -- For Alva Benson, and for all those who have learned to speak -- Backwards -- Night out -- The woman hanging for the thirteenth floor window -- One cedar tree -- The black room -- White bear -- Leaving -- Cuchillo -- Skeleton of winter -- Connection -- Kansas City -- Friday before the long weekend -- Song for Thantog -- Heartbeat -- Nandia -- Remember -- Vision -- New Orleans -- Nautilaus -- She remembers the future -- What I should have said -- Untitled -- What I should have said -- Moonlight -- Jemez -- Late summer leaving -- Motion -- Alive -- Your phone call at 8 a.m. -- The poem I just wrote -- The returning -- September moon -- She had some horses -- Two horses -- Drowning horses -- Ice horses -- Explosion -- I give you back.
Summary, etc.: A collection of poems that explore the fears and triumphs of women, written by contemporary Native American author Joy Harjo.
Subject: American poetry Indian authors