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Bright Wings : An Illustrated Anthology Of Poems About Birds (2010, original release: 2010)

Call Number 811.54/BRIGHT

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LocationCall NumberItem Status
Adult Nonfiction811.54/BRIGHTAvailable
Published: New York : Columbia University Press, [2010] ©2010
Description:  xiii, 268 pages : color illustrations ; 20 cm
ISBN/ISSN: 9780231150842 (cloth : alk. paper), 0231150849 (cloth : alk. paper),
Language:  English

John James Audubon / Loons mating / Drifting off / Mother Carey's hen / Birds / Pelican / Magnificent frigatebird / Blue booby / Heron / Hope and love / On the sight of swans in Kensington Gardens / On the marriage of friends / Swan and shadow / Wild geese / Teal / From Woody's Restaurant, Middlebury / Still, citizen sparrow / To a farmer who hung five hawks on his barbed wire / Evening hawk / You and I saw hawks exchanging the prey / from The parliament of fowls / Peregrine falcon, New York City / Make-falcon / Dalliance of the eagles / Pheasant / Bird at the leather mill / Coot / Plover / Shorebird-watching / On a 3 1/2 oz. lesser yellowlegs, departed Boston August 28, shot Martinique September 3 / Sandpiper / Ballet of the fifth year / Seagulls / Kittiwake / After reading Peterson's guide / Lost parrot / Contrast; the parrot and the wren / Great horned owl / Barred owl / To a captive owl / Owl / Great gray owl / Owl / Owl / Chimney swifts / Swifts / Swifts / Humming-bird / Kingfisher / Kingfisher / Woodpecker keeps returning / Woodpecker / Arts of joy / Black Phoebe / Shrike / Still missing the jays / Magpie's song / Paired things / Calves not chosen / Crows start demanding royalties / Questions poems ask / Ravens at Deer Creek / Ravens of Denali / Ode to the swallow / Swallow / Emperor's bird's-nest / Watching the swallows / from The princess; O swallow / Home-thoughts, from Abroad / Cliff swallows / Blue swallows / December notes / In Walden wood the chickadee / Titmouse / Bluebirds / Darkling thrush / Thrushes / I have a bird in spring / I dreaded that first robin so / Love's good-morrow / To Robin Red-breast / Poor Cock Robin / Death of Lesbia's bird / Of the air / Cedar waxwings / Cedar waxwing on Scarlet Firethorn / Song / Warbler announcing spring at morning / Happy bird / Bird watching / Cardinal / Cardinals in a shower at Union Square / Pair of tanagers / Brave sparrow / Love song / Christmas sparrow / Sparrow trapped in the airport / Partita for sparrows / Visitation / Old acquaintance / Call of the junco bird / Redwing blackbirds / Red-winged blackbirds / Birds / Thirteen ways of looking at a blackbird / Keeping track / Grackles / Rose-breasted grosbeak / Faithful friend / Caged goldfinch / For the birds: a charm of goldfinches / Rara avis /

Stephen Vincent Benet -- David Wagoner -- Seamus Heaney -- David Yezzi -- Robert Creeley -- Carol Frost -- George Green -- James Tate -- Will H. Ogilvie -- Jane Hirshfield -- Charles Lamb -- Greg Delanty -- Jane Hollander -- Mary Oliver -- Naito Joso -- Greg Delanty -- Richard Wilbur -- David Wagoner -- Robert Penn Warren -- James Wright -- Geoffrey Chaucer -- Robert Cording -- Linda Gregorson -- Walt Whitman -- Sylvia Plath -- Joshua Mehigan -- Mary Howitt -- Kathleen Jamie -- Amy Clampitt -- Eamon Grennan -- Elizabeth Bishop -- Delmore Schwartz -- John Updike -- Wilfrid Wilson Gibson -- Linda Pastan -- Susan Mitchell -- William Wordsworth -- Charles Simic -- Richard Wilbur -- Henry Timrod -- David Bottoms -- Annie Finch -- Carl Rakosi -- Edward Thomas -- Mark Jarman -- Anne Stevenson -- Gerald Stern -- D.H. Lawrence -- Lisa Williams -- Amy Clampitt -- Jane Hirshfield -- Elisabeth Madox Roberts -- Kevin Stein -- Timothy Steele -- Henry David Thoreau -- Stanley Plumly -- Gary Snyder -- Kay Ryan -- Linda Gregg -- Lucia Perillo -- Lawrence Raab -- Robert Wrigley -- Dorianne Laux -- Elizabeth Barrett Browning -- John Clare -- Henry Wadsworth Longfellow -- Dorothy Wordsworth -- Alfred, Lord Tennyson -- Robert Browning -- Debra Nystrom -- Howard Nemerov -- Nancy McCleery -- Ralph Waldo Emerson -- Walter de la Mare -- Henry David Thoreau -- Thomas Hardy -- Siegfried Sassoon -- Emily Dickinson -- Emily Dickinson -- Thomas Heywood -- Robert Herrick -- Robert Service -- Catullus -- Daniel Halpern -- Jonathan Aaron -- Stanley Plumly -- John Keats -- Shotetsu -- John Clare -- John Ciardi -- Henry Carlile -- Stanley Plumly -- Mark Jarman -- Michael Collier -- Carol Muske-Dukes -- Billy Collins -- Averill Curdy -- Brenda Hillman -- Jeffrey Harrison -- Mark Jarman -- Edward Hirsch -- Robert Penn Warren -- Juliana Gray -- William Carlos Williams -- Wallace Stevens -- Bob Hicok -- Lisa Wiliams -- Juliana Gray -- William Cowper -- Thomas Hardy -- Cecilia Woloch -- Brendan Constantine

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Additional Credits:
Collins, Billy.
Sibley, David, 1961-

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