Thursday

Book Twenty-Eight


In Millerton (c.2000)


Collected Shorter Poems 7

(January 2004 - February 2006)

Abbreviations:

8 GOs = 8 Great O’s (2003)
Anogramma = Anogramma (2005)
Anzac 1 = Five Anzac Liturgies (2000)
Anzac 2 = Five Anzac Liturgies. 2nd ed. (2003)
Breaker = Breaker: A Progress of the Sea (2005)
Buller = The Great Buller Coal Plateaux (2001)
Christmas = A Christmas Book (2000)
CSP 1 = Collected Shorter Poems: 1 (1983-1995)
CSP 2 = Collected Shorter Poems: 2 (1995-1996)
CSP 3 = Collected Shorter Poems: 3 (1996-1997)
CSP 4 = Collected Shorter Poems: 4 (1997-1998)
CSP 5 = Collected Shorter Poems: 5 (1998-1999)
CSP 6 = Collected Shorter Poems: 6 (1999-2004)
CSP 7 = Collected Shorter Poems: 7 (2004-2006)
Dun Huang = Dun Huang Aesthetic Dance (2002)
Flowers = I Got Me Flowers (c.1975)
Galapagos = The Galapagos Tracts (c.1999-2006)
God = God Poems (c.2005)
Heteropholis = Heteropholis (1998)
Kerosene = Things to Do with Kerosene (2002)
King = King of Bliss (2002)
Koroneho 1 = Koroneho. In A Brief Description of the Whole World (1997-1998)
Koroneho 2 = Koroneho. Taylor Ts. (c.1996)
Koroneho 3 = Koroneho. 1st book publication (2011)
Living = Living at a Bad Address (2004)
Machinery = A Machinery for Pain (1999)
Message = Message from a Lightboard (1996)
Miller Creek = Miller Creek (2004)
Millerton = Five Millerton Sequences (2012)
Options = Options (1996-97)
Panic = Panic Poems (2003)
Red Dog = Red Dog / Brown (2005)
State = State Houses (1997)
Safe 1 = A Safe House for a Man (2000)
Safe 2 = A Safe House for a Man. 2nd ed. (2000)
Uncollected = Uncollected Poems
Voyge = A Voyge to New Zealand (1997)
Wedding = A Wedding in Tintown (2002)





Contents:

  1. Thou Mind Like Cold [20/1/04]
  2. Still He Is Blinking Man [20/1/04]
  3. Very Near Under at this Stage [22/1/04]
  4. All Clocks Stop in a House-/ Party’s Eyes / (music avoids impossibility) [22/1/04]
  5. A Person, Two; if not the Sun (Southern Ocean Review 33 (2004)) [22/1/04]
  6. Head death cycled along / was was whistling Mozart (Living) [26/1/04]
  7. Arise like leaves, the armies of the poor, / and build the new world in your eyes [26/1/04]
  8. ‘To Father Huc’s tree of Tartary / on which we are each leaves’ poetry.’ [26/1/04]
  9. ‘As the eyes are moist / before the regularly spaced / flower window boxes of Berne’ [28/1/04]
  10. Prophecy / as amusement past [28/1/04]
  11. Bacchae Among Electric Lights [29/1/04]
  12. Ev [30/1/04]
  13. Promena (Living) [10/2/04]
  14. Sun’s gold firerimmed branched / greeting rhyme’s autumn sprig head / happier winter sculpt white rose (Southern Ocean Review 33 (2004)) [10/2/04]
  15. which god, whose voice is as almight/y as put on a man and his love? / Whom call on, o men, whose magic’s / heavenly? o Hymenaee Hymen / o Hymen Hymenaee. [10/2/04]
  16. Death of a Landscape (10 pp.) (Millerton) [Feb 2004]
    1. What can we say?
    2. So
    3. We argue
    4. Like Dresden, where
    5. Nature makes mistakes
    6. and then you die
    7. Aubade
  17. Consider: / the battle of diverse thoughts – / the actual twisting / of many and diverse thoughts // what form should that take? (Southern Ocean Review 33 (2004)) [26/3/04]
  18. Whale as much as you love it, / love it, and move it – / incontinence out for the public pry, [26/3/04]
  19. If the words say silence suffers less / They suffer silence [26/3/04]
  20. Syllables (Living) [26/3/04]
  21. Furious, “Little Villa” has no nod for Auster, / flow to oppose a taste naked to favonius, / nor sighs with Boreas, out Apheliotes, / worms eat and mill it fifteen thousand two hundred. O vent them horrible, I’m out quite, pestilent mm. [19/4/04]
  22. Diana, sum us in faith a-/like pure girls and boys we greet you, / Diana, pure boys and girls we / sing to you as you count us [19/4/04]
  23. Portent [7/5/04]
  24. The Tinder Box [7/5/04]
  25. Mother [ii] [7/5/04]
  26. He Went There Yawning (Living) [16/5/04]
  27. View From The Roundabout [16/5/04]
  28. My Fateful House (Living) [16/5/04]
  29. About This Concept [16/5/04]
  30. Home [16/5/04]
  31. Native At Midnight [16/5/04]
  32. Epiphany [16/5/04]
  33. Scrap Iron Man (2 pp.) [16/5/04]
  34. Changing Planes (Living) [16/5/04]
  35. Diary Of A Country Cop (Extracted from the Matake Community Newsletter, May 2004) (4 pp.) [17/6/04]
  36. At a DoC Dinner (24.6.04) (Living) [2/7/04]
  37. A Collective Term For A Natural Life (24.6.04) (Living) [2/7/04]
  38. Selling Doris (Living) [26/7/04]
  39. At Seventy (Living) [11/8/08 {04}]
  40. And Like The Stars (Living) [11/8/04]
  41. On the Epistle According To the Dominican Missal (Deus pacis dilectionis erit vobiscum) (Living) [11/8/04]
  42. Philokalia [11/8/04]
  43. To a Daughter Who Has Taken Her Life [11/8/04]
  44. For A Lost Longdrop [16/12/04]
  45. The Catheter Club (13 pp.) (Millerton) [20/12/04]
    1. They ring me ...
    2. It takes you in various ways ...
    3. The bags can be got ...
    4. It could have been good ...
    5. I said to Ken ...
    6. When the doctor tells you ...
    7. It oughtn’t to be ...
    8. Alan is angry ...
    9. Don is to have his op. next week ...
    10. We’re being sorted out ...
    11. They stood at the foot of the bed ...
    12. Still ...
  46. The Idea Of Mask [6/1/05]
  47. Tomorrow’s Weather [6/1/05]
  48. The Cert [6/1/05]
  49. Back Entrance [6/1/05]
  50. Stalker [6/1/05]
  51. Tell Me [6/1/05]
  52. The Messenger (Wed, Sept 1st, 2004) [6/1/05]
  53. Working the Tie [6/1/05]
  54. Water Talk [6/1/05]
  55. When Wisdom’s an Unhappy Thing [6/1/05]
  56. The Nature of the Species [6/1/05]
  57. The Little Mermaid [6/1/05]
  58. Snow After Rain (Living) [6/1/05]
  59. Useless Love [6/1/05]
  60. Educating The Stream [6/1/05]
  61. Opus [6/1/05]
  62. The Sleeping Beauty [6/1/05]
  63. Stress on the Moors [6/1/05]
  64. The Four Comforts (2 pp.) [4/2/05]
  65. Scar [8/2/05]
  66. The Toro Tree [8/2/05]
  67. Heart and Mouth and Deed and Life [8/2/05]
  68. “My Heart, She Rises Up To Sing” [24/2/05]
  69. The Original State of Mr. Pickwick [24/2/05]
  70. The Only Blond Who Doesn’t Drive A Tank [24/2/05]
  71. And Now The Powers [7/3/05]
  72. Beating Bounds [15/3/05]
  73. Looking at You, Kaikoura [15/3/05]
  74. Gloomy Friday [15/3/05]
  75. When The Bus Stops [4/7/05]
  76. The Rain-Callers [4/7/05]
  77. Herodotus (3 pp.) [7/7/05]
  78. Paris [8/7/05]
  79. Time Broke In A Disordered String (Rich.II Act 5. Scene 5) [8/7/05]
  80. Satellite Signs [8/7/05]
  81. Cousins [8/7/05]
  82. Backpack [8/7/05]
  83. The New Mayor at the Old Mine (3 pp.) [11/10/05]
  84. When Francis First Sang to St. Clare (Red Dog) [11/10/05]
  85. Rules of Engagement (Red Dog) [17/10/05]
  86. time out [17/10/05]
  87. Pre-Loved Days [16/1/06]
  88. Inside the Square [16/1/06]
  89. Wild Asses’ Milk [16/1/06]
  90. The Ballad of Abattoir Road [16/1/06]
  91. Rain Poems:
  92. Quiet Rain [19/1/06]
  93. The Southerly [19/1/06]
  94. Welcome [2/2/06]
  95. Yesterday [2/2/06]
  96. Flood [2/2/06]
  97. From the East [2/2/06]
  98. Night Rain [2/2/06]
  99. With Ice [2/2/06]
  100. Of Earth and Sky [2/2/06]
  101. The Botanist and His Dog [15/2/06]
  102. The Tree [15/2/06]
  103. The Sky Must Fall [15/2/06]
  104. We Were Talking (The Press) [15/2/06]
  105. Nematoceras triloba (brief 34 (2007): 27) [n.d]
  106. The Creeping Sky Lily (brief 34 (2007): 28) [n.d]
  107. Actinotus suffocta (brief 34 (2007): 29) [n.d.]





Found in Filebox 2





Editorial Note

The copytext for the facsimiles comes from Filebox II (1998-2006) of Leicester's Collected Poems, presently in my possession. The majority of the transcriptions have been made from Microsoft Word files preserved on Leicester's computer.

- Jack Ross,
Mairangi Bay, March 2012.






© Leicester Kyle Literary Estate, 2012



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