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The Leicester Kyle Papers:





A Catalogue




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 = The Millerton Sequences (2014)
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)




Boxfiles I-IV


Contents:

  1. Filebox I: Collected Poems (1)
  2. Filebox II: Collected Poems (2)
  3. Filebox III: Manuscripts (1)
  4. Filebox IV: Manuscripts (2)
  5. Filebox V: Publications (1)
  6. Filebox VI: Publications (2)
  7. Filebox VII: [Miscellaneous Typescripts (1)]
  8. Filebox VIII: [Miscellaneous Typescripts (2)]



Boxfiles V-VIII





Boxfile I


    Filebox I: Collected Poems (1)



    Grapefruit [1983]

    (1): 1983-1995


  1. Grapefruit [1983]
  2. The common cormorant, or shag ... [n.d.]
  3. Cautionary Tales [1993]
  4. In a New Country [n.d.]
  5. Thoughts on a Bishop’s Phrase [n.d.]
  6. The Conference [Sept. 1993]
  7. At Dinner [n.d.]
  8. Self-Diagnosis [n.d.]
  9. The Batch [Oct 1993]
  10. The Idiot Beast [n.d.]
  11. On Finding an Old Man Dead in His Rubbish [n.d.]
  12. The Rev’d Jim [n.d.]
  13. The Voyage of the Venus (2 pp.) [May 1994]
  14. Ask them in … [n.d.]
  15. On Finding Her Handkerchief in the Sheets at the Foot of the Bed [n.d.]
  16. Afterwards [n.d.]
  17. The Pavlova (apostrophe to a pudding) [May 1994]
  18. Why did I sell my soul for you? … [n.d.]
  19. Dreaming on the Littoral (for Bruce, while living on the edge at Tairua) [Oct 1994]
  20. Home for Tea (Message) [n.d.]
  21. Hallelujah (2 pp.) [June 1994]
  22. Mendicants (2 pp.) [July 1994]
  23. The Public Scandal [Oct 1994]
  24. Hopkins [n.d.]
  25. Kerikeri, 1946 [n.d.]
  26. Rag and Famish [n.d.]
  27. Green [Oct 1995]
  28. Have a nice day ... [n.d.]
  29. Bedtime [n.d.]
  30. Dancing Maria [n.d.]
  31. Three down ... [n.d.]
  32. You’re the best! ... (Message) [n.d.]
  33. The Sociogram [Oct 1994]
  34. Christmas Shopping [16/8/94]
  35. My Beloved [n.d.]
  36. At Whangaroa (morning tea and angels) [Jan 1995]
  37. God spoke … [n.d.]
  38. On a Wall in Eden [n.d.]
  39. At the Nightclub (Darwin) [n.d.]
  40. Cutting through the Kaigoose [n.d.]
  41. The Hydra (Message) [n.d.]
  42. The Sundew [n.d.]
  43. To an Upturned Rock [n.d.]
  44. The Greenhood [n.d.]
  45. Holiday [n.d.]
  46. Clouds [Jan 1995]
  47. General Knowledge [n.d.]
  48. A Letter to Mr. Yate [n.d.]
  49. The Ink Cap [n.d.]
  50. The Flax [n.d.]
  51. The Snail [Jan 1995]
  52. To Miriel, For a Dark Day (Message) [Jan 1995]
  53. Love is a Life [n.d.]
  54. Kendal [n.d.]
  55. News Readers [n.d.]
  56. Kingfisher [Jan 1995]
  57. Incantation [n.d.]
  58. Manuka [n.d.]
  59. To a Seedling Pohutukawa on a Bare Rock (with personal application) [n.d.]
  60. Winter close to summer creeps and steals … [Feb 1995]
  61. Why is it … [n.d.]
  62. Today ... [March 1995]
  63. Ancient Worship [n.d.]
  64. Coal Kingdom (2 pp.) [March 1995]
  65. Assignation [March 1995]
  66. Of Unknown Make [n.d.]
  67. Male-Type [n.d.]
  68. A Walk into Town on a Hot Day [Feb 1995]
  69. Votive Offering [n.d.]
  70. At Peria I found my love … (Message) [n.d.]
  71. Opening Time [March 1995]
  72. Two Thoughts from the Antipodes (Katherine Mansfield; Patrick White) [n.d.]
  73. Go … [n.d.]
  74. Electric Love [March 1995]
  75. A conjuror clever there was … [March 1995]
  76. Suspicion [March 1995]
  77. Winds of Parnassus [n.d.]
  78. Your Grace [n.d.]
  79. Three in the Morning [April 1995]
  80. Takou Party [n.d.]
  81. Lingering Night [n.d.]
  82. Pipes [April 1995]
  83. Nature and Creature [n.d.]
  84. Summers gone ... [April 1995]
  85. Floating on a Whirlpool [April 1995]
  86. Image [n.d.]
  87. Easter [n.d.]
  88. Kumara [n.d.]
  89. Theophany [n.d.]
  90. Gosh that’s clever! … [n.d.]
  91. Five Sonnets on the Soul (6 pp.) [April 1995]
    1. The Soul’s a Body Shop
    2. The Soul’s an Awful Mess
    3. The Soul’s a Public Reading
    4. The Soul’s a Dairy Farmer
    5. The Soul is an Agaricus (Message)
  92. The Choko [n.d.]
  93. Inspiration [n.d.]
  94. About Florence / b. 1908 / Expelled / from Pupuke / Valley School / at the age of / Seven. Buried at / Green Lane Cem- / etery, Kaeo, at / Easter, 1995 (Message) [May 1995]
  95. House Guest (4 pp.) [n.d.]
  96. Hey, Hughie! [n.d.]
  97. Anzac Day at Rawhiti [n.d.]
  98. How quickly does the summer fall … [June 1995]
  99. Tel-e-vision is an ugly word … [n.d.]
  100. Vocation [June 1995]
  101. Agaricus (12 pp.) [June 1995]
    1. Ring me, ring me, ring me round …
    2. In the silence …
    3. So …
    4. It is the time when the season changes. …
    5. seven days a week the boss is there …
    6. Afterwards …
    7. Thaxterogaster! …
    8. Porziuncola porcinello …
    9. Dear Margaret, … / Will we know they’re there, …
    10. Where to go …
    11. Threads spread small and long …
  102. Old Hand [n.d.]
  103. Venus in a Hot Bread Shop (Message) [n.d.]
  104. Stare Cat (Message) [n.d.]
  105. Red Cloud [n.d.]
  106. Edge [July 1995]
  107. Winter’s Eve [n.d.]



  108. (2): 1995-1996

  109. My Beautiful Electric Sky [n.d.]
  110. Pre-Deceased [n.d.]
  111. A Vision on the River Bank [n.d.]
  112. Beggar at the Door [n.d.]
  113. Looking West [n.d.]
  114. I Love You (for Miriel) [n.d.]
  115. A Trumpet from Telemann [Aug 1995]
  116. Babel [n.d.]
  117. Quietly [Sept 1995]
  118. Will anyone … [n.d.]
  119. Sunrise from the Bedroom Window (Message) [n.d.]
  120. Sunset [n.d.]
  121. After the Storm [n.d.]
  122. In the R.S.A. [14/10/95]
  123. Dismemberment [2/11/95]
  124. Possession [n.d.]
  125. In Her Arms – Warmly (6 pp.) [n.d.]
    1. Down the Line
    2. City
    3. Nest
    4. Café
    5. Goal
  126. In the Mangroves [n.d.]
  127. War [n.d.]
  128. Maundy Thursday at the Mangonui Pub (2 pp.) [n.d]
  129. monday … [1/8/95]
  130. Ode to a Word Processor (Message) [n.d.]
  131. For the Kerikeri Performers Group [14/10/95]
  132. Newmarket on a Wet Day [n.d.]
  133. God [n.d.]
  134. Co-Dependence [n.d.]
  135. Clive Heke (2 pp.) [n.d.] / Karamea Jones [n.d.]
  136. He was six foot eight … [n.d.]
  137. Driving North to John [n.d.]
  138. Talking with the Tui at the Auckland Zoo [n.d.]
  139. Macrocarpa (Message) [n.d.]
  140. Treat (Message) [30/10/95]
  141. Blue Orchids at Burnetts Face [n.d.]
  142. Unworldly Thoughts in an Auckland Brothel (5 pp.) [n.d.]
  143. A Visit to the Doctor (10 pp.) [n.d.]
    1. Invocation
    2. First Therapy
    3. First Protestation
    4. Second Therapy
    5. Second Protestation
    6. Third Therapy
    7. Third Protestation
    8. Divination
  144. To Do with God at Church on Sunday [n.d.]
  145. Fledgling (Message) [n.d.]
  146. Rough Rubbish [n.d.]
  147. Cub Reporter (2 pp.) [n.d.]
  148. Walking to Taylor’s (7 pp.) [n.d.]
    1. Clematis
    2. The Heads
    3. Geckos
    4. Water
    5. Cave Houses
    6. My Father
  149. State House Sonnets (13 pp.) [n.d.]
    1. It stands shining … (Message)
    2. No paths, no fences. … (Message)
    3. Being first in …
    4. Close walls comfort, …
    5. The road is my delight. …
    6. They come, new ones, next door. …
    7. Blue, with white in it. …
    8. To learn and live, …
    9. Every time it’s Christmas … (Message)
    10. There are darker dawns when …
    11. Our gardens and lawns. … (Message)
    12. No places left unused. …
  150. one Day brown (State Houses) [n.d.]
  151. Lightfinger (16 pp.) [n.d.]
  152. Caravan Club (2 pp.) [n.d.]
  153. Where Do I Want to Be [14/1/96]
  154. Roger and Geoff [13/1/96]
  155. Silence [2/1/96]
  156. Time Please (2 pp.) [n.d.]
  157. Polly at the Cello (2 pp.) (Message) [28/3/96]
  158. Episode (2 pp.) [n.d.]
  159. I'm just right ... [28/5/96]
  160. Desperate Remedy (Message) [n.d.]
  161. Jacob at the Ladder [n.d.]
  162. A Walk Around My Church (3 pp.) [n.d.]
  163. Anzac Days (8 pp.) (Message) [n.d.]
    1. the procession. Culverden
    2. the silver band. Akaroa
    3. effects. Stoke
    4. the officer. the Square
    5. the hall. Hobsonville
    6. the speech. the Bridge of Remembrance
    7. breakfast. Rawhiti
    8. the trumpet. Russell
  164. On the back of the ticket … [n.d.]
  165. Living on the Cheap (2 pp.) [n.d.]
  166. Trouble at Returns (3 pp.) (Message) [n.d.]
  167. In a Korean Mini-mart [n.d.]
  168. Touched [n.d.]
  169. Being Kiwi [n.d.]
  170. I do magic … [n.d.]
  171. A Group of Greenhoods [n.d.]
  172. From My Nature Diary [n.d.]
  173. Full House [n.d.]
  174. Four Corners (7 pp.) [n.d.]
    1. Here are all the questions …
    2. The Berlin
    3. Sola Solew
    4. K. C. Loo
    5. Barfoot and Thompson
    6. A change of the light …
  175. The Message [n.d.]
  176. Oreographic [n.d.]
  177. Clean Café [n.d.]
  178. Catch [n.d.]
  179. Through My Eyes Only [n.d.]
  180. Dancing on Carnelian [n.d.]
  181. Botanist [n.d.]
  182. My Father’s House [n.d.]
  183. Shaman [n.d.]
  184. Her Own Preserve [n.d.]
  185. I only know … [n.d.]
  186. Fomison [n.d.]
  187. Your nearness scorches … [n.d.]
  188. Pious Practice [n.d.]
  189. Sweeney on a Bicycle [n.d.]
  190. In Church, Sunday [n.d.]
  191. Closed Shop [n.d.]
  192. Tonight, the Moon (Message) [n.d.]
  193. Convergence Zone (Message) [n.d.]
  194. Cumulus (Message) [n.d.]
  195. Viva Visa (Message) [n.d.]
  196. Ombrage (Message) [n.d.]
  197. Aurora [n.d.]
  198. Private Eye (Message [n.d.]
  199. The Celestial Clerestory (2 pp.) [n.d.]
  200. Apologia pro Vita Sua [n.d.]
  201. Can anyone else … [n.d.]
  202. Calypso (2.5.45) [n.d.]
  203. The Message [n.d.]
  204. Rumour [n.d.]
  205. Now I Want to Go to Sleep [n.d.]
  206. A Visit to My Psychiatrist [23/9/96]
  207. Rodingite [n.d.]
  208. A Visit from a Blind Man [n.d.]
  209. An Intellectual Evening with Friends [n.d.]
  210. An Entry in My Diary [n.d.]
  211. Festival Time (2 pp.) [n.d.]
  212. Base Material [n.d.]
  213. Changing Times [n.d.]
  214. A Cliff on Mt. Owen [n.d.]
  215. On a Line by Lyn Hejinian [n.d.]



  216. (3): 1996-1997

  217. People disappear … [n.d.]
  218. Time of Trial [n.d.]
  219. Alarm in the Suburb [n.d.]
  220. His Place [n.d.]
  221. Side-Road [n.d.]
  222. Re-Possession [n.d.]
  223. Deep Throat (2 pp.) [n.d.]
  224. Falling Down [n.d.]
  225. Sometimes I feel … [n.d.]
  226. Mycorrhiza [n.d.]
  227. Morning Magic [n.d.]
  228. Sunday Afternoon at Western Springs [n.d.]
  229. “We chattered over the results of the future all afternoon” – John Clare [n.d.]
  230. Your Spirit Comes to the Aid of My Weakness [n.d.]
  231. A Visit from the North [n.d.]
  232. If Laughter is a Christian Vice (Baudelaire) [n.d.]
  233. On the Slab [n.d.]
  234. Soirée [n.d.]
  235. Man to Man (2 pp.) [n.d.]
  236. then … [n.d.]
  237. Sometime in the eighties … [n.d.]
  238. A Seat on the Steps (3 pp.) [n.d.]
  239. Bush Mushroom (Agaricus sp.) [n.d.]
  240. Parade [n.d.]
  241. Chatfield [n.d.]
  242. Truffle-Type [n.d.]
  243. A black Bolete ... [16/9/96]
  244. Greymouth [n.d.]
  245. A Cauliflower Fungus on the Undertaker’s Lawn [n.d.]
  246. T. S. E. At Lunch [n.d.]
  247. Hakeka (Auricularia polytricha) [n.d.]
  248. The Oyster Fungus (Pleurotus rattenburyi) [n.d.]
  249. FAST>>> … [n.d.]
  250. The Christchurch Botanical Gardens Horticultural Apprentices’ Mutual Improvement Society (3 pp.) [n.d.]
  251. Flyting Man [n.d.]
  252. Spring Snow [n.d.]
  253. Breakfast in Our Block (2 pp.) [n.d.]
  254. Day ‘Destiny’. Unclaim (Message) [n.d.]
  255. Mother [i] (2 pp.) [n.d.]
  256. Under the Pale Paulonia [n.d.]
  257. This Book of Ours [3/10/96]
  258. On the Roll [3/10/96]
  259. Goethe in Sicily (2 pp.) [3/10/96]
  260. Request of the Blest [27/9/96]
  261. Mushroom Maketu [27/9/96]
  262. Right Justify (2 pp.) [20/9/96]
  263. loved by one … [20/9/96]
  264. somewhere in the reins and roots … [20/9/96]
  265. heard … [23/9/96]
  266. tried … [27/9/96]
  267. Hiding in the Wiwi (2 pp.) [27/9/96]
  268. For the St. Barnabas Flower Show, 1996 (3 pp.) [n.d.]
    1. Listen, …
    2. A. A Living Kauri (at the door): …
  269. Turn of the Tide [n.d.]
  270. Saint Teresa [n.d.]
  271. Update [n.d.]
  272. Hound [n.d.]
  273. Practical Considerations [n.d.]
  274. Gecko [n.d.]
  275. Pete is forty today … [n.d.]
  276. Iron Sand [n.d.]
  277. Night Shopping [i] (2 pp.) [n.d.]
  278. Night Shopping [ii] [n.d.]
  279. Old Houses (4 pp.) [n.d.]
    1. It’s an old house, …
    2. People have died, …
    3. Change shape in the mind. …
    4. boundaries …
  280. Sunset in a Foothill Town [13/11/96]
  281. Morals [13/11/96]
  282. A New Day [13/11/96]
  283. Last Post (2 pp.) [13/11/96]
  284. Move to Go (2 pp.) [n.d.]
  285. Something Chronic [n.d.]
  286. Ritornello [n.d.]
  287. Of Humility [n.d.]
  288. Puheke [n.d.]
  289. Early Bird [29/11/96]
  290. Moving Up [n.d.]
  291. Mid City [n.d.]
  292. Ancient Worship [n.d.]
  293. From Out the Big Bad World [n.d.]
  294. Ibn al Farid (Cairo, 1280) [n.d.]
  295. Welcome Change [n.d.]
  296. O Adonai (a stormy Advent at the Cathedral) (Options) [n.d.]
  297. Sometimes … (Options) [n.d.]
  298. Picking Paua (Message) [n.d.]
  299. A Cage for a Dying Man [24/12/96]
  300. Hydrangeas [24/12/96]
  301. Getting It Right for Christmas [24/12/96]
  302. On the Tick [24/12/96]
  303. Book Launch [24/12/96]
  304. The Great Thanksgiving (2 pp.) [24/12/96]
  305. Pohutukawa [n.d.]
  306. Go … [n.d.]
  307. and when it came … [n.d.]
  308. Tiger Country [n.d.]
  309. First Light [n.d.]
  310. To My Father [n.d.]
  311. I like ears … [n.d.]
  312. Music Practice [21/2/97]
  313. I got my soul a sun ... [21/2/97]
  314. Divine Design [21/2/97]
  315. It’s so quiet ... [21/2/97]
  316. Reflection [21/2/97]
  317. Postcard from Punakaiki [6/3/97]
  318. Old Friend [6/3/97]
  319. The Moon Swings Round like a Vacuum Cleaner [n.d.]
  320. Two Pockets [n.d.]
  321. Downhill [n.d.]
  322. A Flower in Which the Mystery Lives (Koroneho) [n.d.]
  323. Two At The Tomb [n.d.]



  324. (4): 1997-1998

  325. Matrix [n.d.]
  326. At the Wedding [n.d.]
  327. Mavis [n.d.]
  328. Day From Under A Lillypilly [n.d.]
  329. By a Banksia Border [n.d.]
  330. Look on … [n.d.]
  331. Do you mind … [n.d.]
  332. Last Night At Poetry Live [1/5/97]
  333. Comfort Stop [5/5/97]
  334. And Did Those Feet [5/5/97]
  335. Passing On [5/5/97]
  336. Louis to Lorine [5/5/97]
  337. Half Way House [5/5/97]
  338. Blackberries [5/5/97]
  339. Eremite [5/5/97]
  340. 'The nothing, not pure nothing, left over …’ [5/5/97]
  341. Ornebius aperta (new-settled from Australia) [21/5/97]
  342. My Life with Shakespeare [21/5/97]
  343. Soft Furnishing [21/5/97]
  344. Letter to Lorine (Niedecker) (Sport 19: Lightworks (Spring 1997): 46-48.) [21/5/97]
  345. Twice Shy (Sport 19: Lightworks (Spring 1997): 46-48.) [21/5/97]
  346. How lush the new grass is, how green … [6/6/97]
  347. Your eye rolls like the world along … [6/6/97]
  348. Liane [6/6/97]
  349. Villas in Milton Street [6/6/97]
  350. Red Light (Sport 19: Lightworks (Spring 1997): 46-48.) [6/6/97]
  351. To the Sun, In a Dawn Fog [6/6/97]
  352. Running Late [6/6/97]
  353. A Letter from Elise (4 pp.) [24/6/97]
  354. a dissonance … [24/6/97]
  355. First Fine Day [24/6/97]
  356. Aquilegia, my Friend [24/6/97]
  357. Calm Before [24/6/97]
  358. new grief … [24/6/97]
  359. Mary’s Yard [24/6/97]
  360. Dinner at the Academy [n.d.]
  361. Night Flight at Harvest [n.d.]
  362. Over the Hill [i] [n.d]
  363. Dark Party [n.d.]
  364. Wedding Photos [n.d.]
  365. A Question At The End Of The Line [11/9/97]
  366. Good Bye [11/9/97]
  367. My Feet [11/9/97]
  368. The Lady Meets The New Land [11/9/97]
  369. Quiet Please [11/9/97]
  370. The Kai Apple at Pakaraka [30/9/97]
  371. Death [30/9/97]
  372. Getting On [30/9/97]
  373. the 2 & ½ last lines of a poem by kenneth rexroth [30/9/97]
  374. Precinct [30/9/97]
  375. Epithalamion (for Anna and Richard, 14.6.97) [12/6/97]
  376. Three Views from an Eminence (3 pp.) [10/10/97]
    1. If I stand …
    2. turn back to …
    3. round slowly …
  377. Death of an Epitaph [10/10/97]
  378. A lot of work … [10/10/97]
  379. By Touch [10/10/97]
  380. Rock Hound (the Old Dog) [10/10/97]
  381. Here! Now! Live! [31/10/97]
  382. A Note to End-Time [31/10/97]
  383. To Live In A Cave [31/10/97]
  384. Promise [31/10/97]
  385. News From Abroad [31/10/97]
  386. rustling / says Jack … (Spin 31 (1998): 31 / The Imaginary Museum (June 26, 2006)) [31/10/97]
  387. The River Through the Mangrove Runs [17/11/97]
  388. On the Bridge [17/11/97]
  389. Jordan [17/11/97]
  390. Written from Captivity [Threnos] (Safe) (8 pp.) [n.d.]
    1. You on the couch
    2. the bed
    3. where they cut
    4. Lit against the window light of broad white sky
    5. How protestant my mind
    6. some tree might
    7. You scrabble down
    8. Death is a cold wet thing
  391. A Sign [25/11/97]
  392. An Artichoke In The White Garden At Gledswood [25/11/97]
  393. Reunion [27/11/97]
  394. On hot spring nights … [27/11/97]
  395. On The Way [27/11/97]
  396. Small Change [27/11/97]
  397. If I Were a Tree [27/11/97]
  398. After Midnight [2/12/97]
  399. The Tent [31/12/97]
  400. An Idle Breeze [31/12/97]
  401. This … [31/12/97]
  402. Hay Fever [31/12/97]
  403. Consequence [31/12/97]
  404. Last Lost [31/12/97]
  405. from A Voyge to New Zealand (4 pp.) [n.d.]
    1. Song of the Wooding Houses
    2. the stars / so bright i my life ...
    3. suckcide.
    4. Left / leave Leeds ...
  406. Consolation [n.d.]
  407. Stood Up [n.d.]
  408. In a Long Corridor at Camden [n.d.]
  409. My Life [n.d.]
  410. Wet Dawn in a Camping Ground [n.d.]
  411. Her Grand-son’s Son (3 pp.) [n.d.]
    1. When you found out …
    2. Remember though …
    3. Meet me Mama when I do …
  412. from Heteropholis (3 pp.) [n.d.]
    1. Apostrophe
    2. O fern-green thing ...
    3. You were / before the fall ...
  413. If I don’t get my words out … [12/2/98]
  414. At A Time Of Sickness [12/2/98]
  415. Notes On A Green Sky (4 pp.) [12/2/98]
    1. The sky’s a parrot …
    2. A radiant …
    3. Phenomenon …
    4. Or make it …
  416. A Snap of the Dragon (Wallace Stevens) [17/3/98]
  417. Saturday [17/3/98]
  418. In The Mirror Maze [17/3/98]
  419. Birthday [17/3/98]
  420. The Other Half [17/3/98]
  421. The Veil [17/3/98]
  422. Star-Born [17/3/98]
  423. Pass-Word [17/3/98]
  424. Bivouac [17/3/98]
  425. Independence Day [31/3/98]
  426. Exposure [16/4/98]
  427. The Chinese Opera Happy Evening Dinner [16/4/98]
  428. Thelymitra pulchella [16/4/98]
  429. Death In A Tower Block [16/4/98]
  430. At Night [16/4/98]
  431. Liturgy (for Miriel) [16/4/98]





  432. Boxfile II


    Filebox II: Collected Poems (2)



    Surf [3/6/98]

    (5): 1998-1999


  433. Surf [3/6/98]
  434. Shopping List [3/6/98]
  435. Some Weep [3/6/98]
  436. I saw the soul … [3/6/98]
  437. Post Mortem [3/6/98]
  438. An Incomplete List [3/6/98]
  439. Over The Hill [ii] [3/6/98]
  440. A Big Day, With Keas [16/7/98]
  441. An Answer to the Last Thing (pander) [17/7/98]
  442. Dear Departed [17/7/98]
  443. Red Sedge [17/7/98]
  444. Sedge with a Purple Midriff [17/7/98]
  445. Bastard Grass [17/7/98]
  446. Tussock [17/7/98]
  447. Broken Snared and Taken [17/7/98]
  448. Burnett’s Face [17/7/98]
  449. Unbearable Art [17/7/98]
  450. A Test for the Millennium [17/7/98]
  451. Centre Stage [17/7/98]
  452. Turning Time [17/7/98]
  453. Metrosideros [17/7/98]
  454. Rain [i] [17/7/98]
  455. Home Thoughts by a Rough Sea (for Nick, at Nikau) [18/7/98]
  456. Sunday Morning at Millerton [19/7/98]
  457. Bog Ti [20/8/98]
  458. My Home [20/8/98]
  459. Dew Point [20/8/98]
  460. One Hundred Steps to Millerton Mine (2 pp.) [1/9/98]
  461. Smoke on a Fine Day [1/9/98]
  462. Another One Down [1/9/98]
  463. Pink Toadstools on Sphagnum [1/9/98]
  464. Water Lines (3 pp.) [n.d]
  465. Driftwood [20/9/98]
  466. There are three hundred … [20/9/98]
  467. A Census Profile [20/9/98]
  468. Dear Judy [21/10/98]
  469. Cursor in a Tangled Field (2 pp.) [23/10/98]
  470. November [27/11/98]
  471. As In Burden Bound [27/11/98]
  472. Anamnesis [27/11/98]
  473. Children’s Games [27/11/98]
  474. Greenhoods in an Industrial Ruin [27/11/98]
  475. With the moon over … [27/11/98]
  476. On The Way Up [27/11/98]
  477. Rite of Spring [27/11/98]
  478. A Word from You [27/11/98]
  479. Pavane for a Blue Princess [27/11/98]
  480. Marlowe Overwritten (4 pp.) [3/12/98]
  481. The Vegetable Life (Machinery) [n.d.]
  482. Five Flowers at Millerton Mine (6 pp.) (Millerton) [13/1/99]
    1. Caladenia catenata
    2. Pterostylis Montana var. rubricaulis
    3. Calochilus robertsonii
    4. Thelymitra venosa
    5. Corybas oblongus
  483. Umbrellas … [22/1/99]
  484. This … [22/1/99]
  485. The sun comes out … [22/1/99]
  486. An Argument With Houses [22/1/99]
  487. New Year At Millerton [i] [22/1/99]
  488. A Spell [22/1/99]
  489. Leaves are my generation … [22/1/99]
  490. O Fortuna [22/1/99]
  491. A Change in the Weather [19/3/99]
  492. Bluebeard’s Daughter [23/3/99]
  493. Below the Fall [23/3/99]
  494. Life on the Flatlands [23/3/99]
  495. Mysticism for Beginners [23/3/99]
  496. Thunder [23/3/99]
  497. Truth Of It [28/4/99]
  498. Smoke-Out [28/4/99]
  499. New Year at Millerton [ii] [28/4/99]
  500. Poa Cita (All Flesh is Grass) [i] [28/4/99]
  501. The Poet to his Lady who Lives Over the Hill [21/5/99]
  502. Whistler’s Mother [21/5/99]
  503. Intercourse [3/6/99]
  504. Use-By [3/6/99]
  505. Local Resources [3/6/99]
  506. Routine [3/6/99]
  507. A Time Of Life [3/6/99]
  508. A Curry Fungus at The Top of the Hill [3/6/99]
  509. The Call [3/6/99]
  510. Pink Lightning [24/6/99]
  511. Incubus [24/6/99]
  512. Opportunity [24/6/99]
  513. Light Denied [24/6/99]
  514. The Bones of an Arse (2 pp.) [13/7/99]
  515. A Rule [16/7/99]
  516. The Dustman [16/7/99]
  517. Concordat [16/7/99]
  518. Prickers [16/7/99]
  519. When Bishops’ Books Resolved The World [16/7/99]
  520. Puzzle Poem [16/7/99]
  521. My Coughing Cat [Sept ’99]
  522. A Letter to Aquin [Sept ’99]
  523. Envoi [Sept ’99]
  524. From ----, With Love [Sept ’99]
  525. Impatient Admission [Nicked] [8/10/99]
  526. The Fountain of Life [21/10/99]
  527. Getting it Straight [21/10/99]
  528. My New Flower [21/10/99]
  529. From A Letter To A Saintly Philosopher [21/10/99]
  530. The Buried Village [21/10/99]
  531. After You [11/11/99]
  532. Shoot-out At The Corral [2/12/99]
  533. It’s a stubborn day … [2/12/99]
  534. Smoke Alarm [2/12/99]
  535. “The River Sluices with Many Voices” [2/12/99]
  536. Untitled [2/12/99]
  537. And To The Sinister The Bill [2/12/99]
  538. Where Was Sylvia [2/12/99]



  539. (6): 1999-2004

  540. Three Greenhoods and a Nei-Nei [2/12/99]
  541. Aubergine [2/12/99]
  542. The Hard Man [2/12/99]
  543. Gloss (after St. Thomas Aquinas) [17/2/00]
  544. Picnic in the Mangatini (2 pp.) (Millerton) [21/3/00]
    1. We could only find glimpses
    2. Only the more curious birds
    3. Thanks for coming
  545. Full House [4/4/00]
  546. At The Falls [4/4/00]
  547. Outage [4/4/00]
  548. Out On The Moor [4/4/00]
  549. The City Lies Foursquare [n.d]
  550. A Job For A Dead Owl [10/5/00]
  551. Mr. Gonzales [10/5/00]
  552. Battle of the Bands [10/5/00]
  553. A Litany For Diversity [30/5/00]
  554. A Litany For the Species [30/5/00]
  555. Looking West in Winter (5 pp.) (Christmas) [31/5/00]
    1. At this time of year
    2. Sometimes I say to visitors
    3. Again there were guests
    4. Last night
    5. Forget that the sea’s a mirror image
  556. The Social Club Bar (4 pp.) (Christmas) [n.d]
    1. It interferes with dinner
    2. There’s not many of us
    3. Or getting stoned
    4. Heineken Steinlager Haagen are the best
    5. It’s not been painted
    6. It’s all been done before
  557. Lyn’s Zinnias [14/8/00]
  558. Tequila To The Setting Sun (For Tony and Marg) [14/8/00]
  559. Consummation (Christmas) [14/8/00]
  560. The Great Buller Coal Plateaux [10/10/00]
  561. Omnia Propter Femina (‘a witty tribute to Doris Day’) [10/10/00]
  562. say rain ... (Christmas) [10/10/00]
  563. My Thaïs [8/11/00]
  564. A Consequence of Rain [8/11/00]
  565. Feral Arts [8/11/00]
  566. Cars Cash and Convertibles [8/11/00]
  567. Taedium Vitae [11/11/00]
  568. I am two weathers … [11/11/00]
  569. At This Season [11/11/00]
  570. The Line is Cast (to a fallen power line) [11/11/00]
  571. The Plateau [11/11/00]
  572. Foreword [11/11/00]
  573. Signs and Wonders [11/11/00]
  574. A Seasonable Sun [30/10/01]
  575. Downpour [30/10/01]
  576. Feeding the Dog [30/10/01]
  577. The Lesser Leptopteris [30/10/01]
  578. Some New Slugs (Galapagos) [n.d.]
  579. Wild Flower [30/10/01]
  580. It began … [n.d.]
  581. Moss on the Moor [n.d.]
  582. For My Father (from the Blackburn Track) ... (Buller) [n.d.]
  583. Measure for Thirst (on two bar notices) [n.d.]
  584. They’ve given me … [n.d.]
  585. Trail-Blazer [n.d.]
  586. Thesis [n.d.]
  587. Sunday Tea [n.d.]
  588. May 7th Of This Year (Galapagos) [n.d.]
  589. O glorious One of the undermined … (Buller) [n.d.]
  590. A Respectable Age [n.d.]
  591. Small Print [n.d.]
  592. Rain [ii] (13 pp.) (Millerton) [11/1/02]
    1. Rain
    2. Some dawns whisper in
    3. Ice makes a ring on the roof
    4. There may be silence
    5. At the foot of my bed
    6. From the first tone of a voice
    7. I twist in my bed at insect sounds
    8. Suddenly and all at once
    9. I don’t know why I’ve woken then
    10. Some rain’s from the south
    11. Fog
    12. Wind
  593. A Bone at the Bushline [n.d.]
  594. If anyone took this tree away … [n.d.]
  595. You said … [n.d.]
  596. Before the Throne [n.d.]
  597. Summer, Sumner, 1946 [n.d.]
  598. For Advice [n.d.]
  599. For Don Whelan on his 60th birthday [n.d.]
  600. Mr Muir and Mr Emerson (3 pp.) [n.d.]
  601. Cinderella [31/5/02]
  602. Beware of the dead … [31/5/02]
  603. A Work Of Love In Remembering One Dead [31/5/02]
  604. Cicadas [31/5/02]
  605. The Impresario’s Muse [31/5/02]
  606. Metrosideros fulgens [31/5/02]
  607. Poa cita (for Carol) [ii] [31/5/02]
  608. A Metaphysic [8/7/02]
  609. Drosera binata (the fork-leaved sundew) [20/12/02]
  610. Endstop [20/12/02]
  611. Sunday Morning In December [20/12/02]
  612. Cinderella’s Tree [20/12/02]
  613. Ask of a Mortgage [20/12/02]
  614. Posterity [20/12/02]
  615. Quantulumcunque [20/12/02]
  616. The Bar of Urban Myth [20/12/02]
  617. The Last Life-Crisis [20/12/02]
  618. The Pot-Luck Launch (B.Y.O.) [27/3/03]
  619. Holy Week [27/3/03]
  620. On Birchfield Fen (for Rachel & Philippe) (2 pp.) [7/4/03]
  621. The Pit-Ponies' Picnic (2 pp.) [1/7/03]
  622. Spawning Galaxis [1/7/03]
  623. Swing-Bridge [1/7/03]
  624. Ways of the World [1/7/03]
  625. On the Fifth Anniversary of Miriel’s Death [1/7/03]
  626. Victim [2/7/03]
  627. In The Eventuality [2/7/03]
  628. Night Shelter [28/8/03]
  629. Mt. Hutt [3/9/03]
  630. Three Rings at the Circus (The Marx Bros) [3/9/03]
  631. Love’s Regime [3/9/03]
  632. Letters from Home (2 pp.) (Living) [12/9/03]
  633. (Proust Says) [12/9/03]
  634. I Like It When The Sun Doesn’t Shine (Jacket2 NZ Poetry Feature) [12/9/03]
  635. Celmisia Monroi (for David Monro) [23/10/03]
  636. Happy Valley: A Lament for a landscape about to be mined (3 pp.) (Jacket2 NZ Poetry Feature) [31/10/03]
  637. Calochilus palusodos on Millerton Moor [31/12/03]
  638. The Best Of It [31/12/03]
  639. Kissing the Beast Upon Both Ears [16/1/04]
  640. All Weather Changing Loves [16/1/04]
  641. Blow Dark and Burn Again [16/1/04]
  642. To Paradise Which is a Port [16/1/04]
  643. Cocktails and Signs of ‘Ads’ [16/1/04]
  644. In High Fog [20/1/04]
  645. All Sleeps Hollow [20/1/04]



  646. (7): 2004-2006

  647. Thou Mind Like Cold [20/1/04]
  648. Still He Is Blinking Man [20/1/04]
  649. Very Near Under at this Stage [22/1/04]
  650. All Clocks Stop in a House-/ Party’s Eyes / (music avoids impossibility) [22/1/04]
  651. A Person, Two; if not the Sun (Southern Ocean Review 33 (2004)) [22/1/04]
  652. Head death cycled along / was was whistling Mozart (Living) [26/1/04]
  653. Arise like leaves, the armies of the poor, / and build the new world in your eyes [26/1/04]
  654. ‘To Father Huc’s tree of Tartary / on which we are each leaves’ poetry.’ [26/1/04]
  655. ‘As the eyes are moist / before the regularly spaced / flower window boxes of Berne’ [28/1/04]
  656. Prophecy / as amusement past [28/1/04]
  657. Bacchae Among Electric Lights [29/1/04]
  658. Ev [30/1/04]
  659. Promena (Living) [10/2/04]
  660. Sun’s gold firerimmed branched / greeting rhyme’s autumn sprig head / happier winter sculpt white rose (Southern Ocean Review 33 (2004)) [10/2/04]
  661. 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]
  662. 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
  663. 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]
  664. Whale as much as you love it, / love it, and move it – / incontinence out for the public pry, [26/3/04]
  665. If the words say silence suffers less / They suffer silence [26/3/04]
  666. Syllables (Living) [26/3/04]
  667. 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]
  668. 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]
  669. Portent [7/5/04]
  670. The Tinder Box [7/5/04]
  671. Mother [ii] [7/5/04]
  672. He Went There Yawning (Living) [16/5/04]
  673. View From The Roundabout [16/5/04]
  674. My Fateful House (Living) [16/5/04]
  675. About This Concept [16/5/04]
  676. Home [16/5/04]
  677. Native At Midnight [16/5/04]
  678. Epiphany [16/5/04]
  679. Scrap Iron Man (2 pp.) [16/5/04]
  680. Changing Planes (Living) [16/5/04]
  681. Diary Of A Country Cop (Extracted from the Matake Community Newsletter, May 2004) (4 pp.) [17/6/04]
  682. At a DoC Dinner (24.6.04) (Living) [2/7/04]
  683. A Collective Term For A Natural Life (24.6.04) (Living) [2/7/04]
  684. Selling Doris (Living) [26/7/04]
  685. At Seventy (Living) [11/8/08 {04}]
  686. And Like The Stars (Living) [11/8/04]
  687. On the Epistle According To the Dominican Missal (Deus pacis dilectionis erit vobiscum) (Living) [11/8/04]
  688. Philokalia [11/8/04]
  689. To a Daughter Who Has Taken Her Life [11/8/04]
  690. For A Lost Longdrop [16/12/04]
  691. 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 ...
  692. The Idea Of Mask [6/1/05]
  693. Tomorrow’s Weather [6/1/05]
  694. The Cert [6/1/05]
  695. Back Entrance [6/1/05]
  696. Stalker [6/1/05]
  697. Tell Me [6/1/05]
  698. The Messenger (Wed, Sept 1st, 2004) [6/1/05]
  699. Working the Tie [6/1/05]
  700. Water Talk [6/1/05]
  701. When Wisdom’s an Unhappy Thing [6/1/05]
  702. The Nature of the Species [6/1/05]
  703. The Little Mermaid [6/1/05]
  704. Snow After Rain (Living) [6/1/05]
  705. Useless Love [6/1/05]
  706. Educating The Stream [6/1/05]
  707. Opus [6/1/05]
  708. The Sleeping Beauty [6/1/05]
  709. Stress on the Moors [6/1/05]
  710. The Four Comforts (2 pp.) [4/2/05]
  711. Scar [8/2/05]
  712. The Toro Tree [8/2/05]
  713. Heart and Mouth and Deed and Life [8/2/05]
  714. “My Heart, She Rises Up To Sing” [24/2/05]
  715. The Original State of Mr. Pickwick [24/2/05]
  716. The Only Blond Who Doesn’t Drive A Tank [24/2/05]
  717. And Now The Powers [7/3/05]
  718. Beating Bounds [15/3/05]
  719. Looking at You, Kaikoura [15/3/05]
  720. Gloomy Friday [15/3/05]
  721. When The Bus Stops [4/7/05]
  722. The Rain-Callers [4/7/05]
  723. Herodotus (3 pp.) [7/7/05]
  724. Paris [8/7/05]
  725. Time Broke In A Disordered String (Rich.II Act 5. Scene 5) [8/7/05]
  726. Satellite Signs [8/7/05]
  727. Cousins [8/7/05]
  728. Backpack [8/7/05]
  729. The New Mayor at the Old Mine (3 pp.) [11/10/05]
  730. When Francis First Sang to St. Clare (Red Dog) [11/10/05]
  731. Rules of Engagement (Red Dog) [17/10/05]
  732. time out [17/10/05]
  733. Pre-Loved Days [16/1/06]
  734. Inside the Square [16/1/06]
  735. Wild Asses’ Milk [16/1/06]
  736. The Ballad of Abattoir Road [16/1/06]
  737. Rain Poems:
  738. Quiet Rain [19/1/06]
  739. The Southerly [19/1/06]
  740. Welcome [2/2/06]
  741. Yesterday [2/2/06]
  742. Flood [2/2/06]
  743. From the East [2/2/06]
  744. Night Rain [2/2/06]
  745. With Ice [2/2/06]
  746. Of Earth and Sky [2/2/06]
  747. The Botanist and His Dog [15/2/06]
  748. The Tree [15/2/06]
  749. The Sky Must Fall [15/2/06]
  750. We Were Talking (The Press) [15/2/06]
  751. Nematoceras triloba (brief 34 (2007): 27) [n.d]
  752. The Creeping Sky Lily (brief 34 (2007): 28) [n.d]
  753. Actinotus suffocta (brief 34 (2007): 29) [n.d.]






Boxfile III


Filebox III: Manuscripts (1)






Boxfile IV


Filebox IV: Manuscripts (2)





Floppy disc Box 1: All Poems to 'Threnos'
  1. Poems to 'And a Road ...'
  2. Poems to 'Close-up'
  3. Poems to 'Greenhoods ...'
  4. Poems to 'Intercourse'
  5. Poems to 'Liturgy'
  6. Poems to 'O fortuna'
  7. Poems to 'Panic 16'
  8. Poems to 'Safe House 22'
  9. Poems to 'The Call'
  10. Poems to 'Threnos'
  11. Poems from 'Thunder'
Floppy disc Box 2: System files
  1. files + 'Thunder'
  2. files
  3. 7 blank discs






CDs 1 & 2: All Text files on LK's hardrive at the time of his death.






Boxfile V


Filebox V: Publications (1)






Boxfile VI


Filebox VI: Publications (2)






Boxfile VII


Filebox VII: [Miscellaneous Typescripts (1)]






Boxfile VIII


Filebox VIII: [Miscellaneous Typescripts (2)]





Message from a Lightboard (1996)
  1. Private Eye – [CSP 2: 197]
  2. Tonight, the Moon – [CSP 2: 191]
  3. Gioia Said
  4. Close-up
  5. Fledgling – [CSP 2: 144]
  6. Driving Down [In Her Arms – Warmly] – [CSP 2: 124]
  7. Ombrage – [CSP 2: 195]
  8. Sunrise from the Bedroom Window – [CSP 2: 118]
  9. Viva Visa – [CSP 2: 194]
  10. Closed Shop – [CSP 2: 190]
  11. Trouble at Returns – [CSP 2: 165]
  12. You're the Best – [CSP 1: 32]
  13. At Peria I Found my Love – [CSP 1: 70]
  14. [To Miriel,] For a Dark Day – [CSP 1: 52]
  15. The Soul is an Agaricus – [CSP 1: 91]
  16. State House Sonnets – [CSP 2: 148]
  17. Last Day Last Year
  18. From a Shed in Simon Urlich Rd.
  19. Sunday Tea
  20. Mycophile – [CSP 1: 101]
  21. The Hydra – [CSP 1: 41]
  22. Stare Cat – [CSP 1: 104]
  23. The Old Bach
  24. Bee Business
  25. Trooping [A Group of Greenhoods] – [CSP 2: 170]
  26. Convergence Zone – [CSP 2: 192]
  27. Cumulus – [CSP 2: 193]
  28. Picking Paua – [CSP 3: 296]
  29. Macrocarpa – [CSP 2: 138]
  30. Self-Diagnosis – [CSP 1: 8]
  31. Home For Tea – [CSP 1: 20]
  32. The Certain Uneasiness of Holiday
  33. Conned [After wards] – [CSP 1: 16]
  34. Ode to a Word Processor – [CSP 2: 129]
  35. Venus in a Hot Bread Shop – [CSP 1: 103]
  36. Polly at the Cello – [CSP 2: 157]
  37. Anzac Days: – [CSP 2: 162]
    1. the procession. Culverden.
    2. the silver band. Akaroa.
    3. effects. Stoke.
    4. the officer. the Square.
    5. the hall. Hobsonville.
    6. the speech. the Bridge of Remembrance.
    7. breakfast. Rawhiti.
    8. the trumpet. Russell.
  38. Telephone Tiger
  39. Wagner in the Park
  40. A Visit to the Doctor – [CSP 2: 142]
  41. Monday, Spring One – [CSP 2: 128]
  42. Treat – [CSP 2: 139]
  43. About Florence – [CSP 1: 94]
  44. Desperate Remedy – [CSP 2: 159]
  45. Day Destiny Unclaim – [CSP 3: 252]


Readings File





Missa Fossa




© Leicester Kyle Literary Estate, 2012




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