Subseries 2.3
Uncollected poems
Boxes 81-86; OP7-8

Scope and Content Note

The subseries consists of manuscript and typescript drafts of uncollected poems of Ted Hughes. Maintaining Hughes' original order, the subseries also includes a grouping of Crow-related poems. If a poem was known by more than one title, the variant title(s) have been provided in brackets. If a poem was made up of, or included, other poems this is also indicated in brackets, thus [includes ...]. Because of Hughes' propensity to reuse paper, cross-references are used to note locations of related materials in other parts of the collection.

Arrangement Note

Arranged in alphabetical order by title of the poem, or where there is no title, by the first line.

Box Folder Content
- - "90 year" [See Subseries 2.2: Wodwo, "Vegetarian"]
81 1 "About Being Born," MS
81 2 "Across the Threshold," MS
81 3 "After all the unlikihood," MS
81 4 "After all this baloney about him" MS
81 5 "After the big show" MS
81 6 "Again and again you lean forward," MS
81 7 "The air is all arms," MS
81 8 "All these heroes are the same" MS
81 9 "All his life and his efforts," MS and notes
81 10 "All I survey," MS
81 11 "Allegiance To," MS
- - "Among the leaves where the wasps work," MS [See Subseries 2.3: "When I see you, you'll smile"]
81 12 "And he steals the blood," MS
81 13 "And here are the plague burials," MS [variant title: "Here is the Cathedral"]
81 14 "And is it a necessity," MS
81 15 "And the other waved," MS
81 16 "And when the tropic thunder roars," MS
81 17 "Annulments inward...," MS
81 18 "Apotheosis-Buddha masked," TS
81 19 "The Apple Blossom's Air," MS
81 20 "Archaeology of the Monet," MS
81 21 "Arithmetic of Pity," MS and notes
- - "The arrival of baby birds every spring," MS [See Subseries 2.2: Wodwo, "Fern"]
81 22 "As I walk out to look at the lake," MS
81 23 "As if there were other something...," MS
81 24 "As lovely as our own souls," MS
81 25 "At first it is just luck," MS
81 26 "At the solstice of each year," MS [See also Subseries 1.5: Ted Hughes' correspondence, 1957-1985]
- - "At University You Had the Wallet," MS [See Subseries 2.3: "Lines to a Newborn baby"]
81 27 "Atavist," MS and TS [See also Subseries 2.4c: Selected Poems by Keith Douglas]
81 29 "The Baby - Trapper," MS
81 30 "Bad Birth," MS
81 31 "Ballad of Bauble-Head," TS
81 32 "The Ballad of Cook's Leap," MS and TS
81 33 "Balsam," TS
81 34 "Bare stems of ash," MS
- - "The Battle Field" [See Subseries 2.3: "Memorial Poem for E.W. White"]
81 35 "B..., the globe one blood-blister," MS
81 36 "The Begetting of Children," MS
81 37 "Bending to bless Birkhall with hush and prayer," MS
81 38 "Beowulf sank from the day," TS
- - "Bet Your Cat" [See Subseries 2.7: Camillo Pennati Poems, "Blond Autumn"]
81 39 "Between her footsoles and her crown," MS
81 40 "Between Luxor and Karnak," MS and TS
81 41 "Between Showers," MS [See also Subseries 2.4c: Vasko Popa, Selected Poems, MS drafts]
81 42 "Between Two or Three Birches," MS
81 43 "The big tit," MS
81 44 "Bill is nearly eighty," MS
81 45 "Biography," TS
81 46 "Birdsong" MS and TS [variant titles: "Love Song" and "First, love is a little bird"]
81 47 "Birth is the gate of life," MS
- - "The Black Oak" [See Subseries 2.2: Wodwo, "Ballad from a Fairy Tale"]
81 48 "Blizzard of dry tails" and "The Executioner Sickens," MS
81 49 "Born the same day as the princess," MS
81 50 "Bottom's Lullaby," MS
81 51 "The Bride," MS
81 52 "The bridegroom's flayed, purpled, silvery head," TS
81 53 "A Bronze Caste of Selous" [variant title: "A Kill"], MS and TS
81 54 "The Brother's Dream," MS and TS [variant titles: "The Bear," "The Brother's Dream-Poem," and "Event in a Cave - Drama"; see also Subseries 2.3: "Crow Goes to the Movies" and "Sorrow" and Subseries 2.5: "A Bedtime Story," drafts]
81 55 "Bullocks of Flint Hooves," MS
81 56 "But but but, MS
81 57 "But it is not interested," MS
81 58 "Camouflage is death's 5th column," MS
81 59 "The Captain's Speech," TS
81 60 "Captured by dumb odors of herbage," MS
81 61 "The Car Is Falling to Pieces," MS
81 62 "The Carpet Is Happy," MS
81 63 "Cars," TS
81 64 "A Castle," MS and TS [variant titles: "Fort" and "Castle"] [See also Subseries 2.4c: Selected Poems by Keith Douglas]
81 65 "Cattle immobilised under sleet," TS
81 66 "Causley at 70," MS and TS
81 67 "Ceasar with his sword was bleeding," MS
81 68 "Chiliastic," MS
- - "The city was a cement mixer," MS [See Subseries 2.3: "Tar Girl"]
81 69 "Clare on Swallows," TS and "Michael on Swallows," TS
81 70 "The Clever Fox," MS and TS
81 71 "The clock says 'When will it be morning'", MS
81 72 "Cobweb of Evening Air," MS
- - "Cock," MS [See Subseries 2.6, What is the Truth, "Badger"]
81 73 "Cold April" MS
- - "A cold church," MS [See Subseries 2.3: "Three Things Time Will Not Spare"]
- - "The Coldness of the Sea" MS [See Subseries 2.3 "Yorick"]
- - "A common pebble of the ford" [See Subseries 2.2: Wodwo, "Thistles" and Subseries 2.3 "All these heros are the same"]
81 74 "Concurrence," TS
81 75 "Conger Eel," TS
- - "Conscripts," TS [See Subseries 2.4: Essays, Reviews and Talks, "Baboons and Neanderthals"]
- - "Could God be vegetable..." MS [See Subseries 2.2: Wodwo, "Public Bar T.V."]
- - "Couplets to a new-born baby," TS [See Subseries 2.2: Recklings, "Unknown Soldier"]
81 76 "Cuckoo," TS [different than "Cuckoo" as published in The Cat and the Cuckoo and New Selected Poems (1995)] New Selected Poems (1995)]
81 77 "Cup of Tea Song," MS
81 78 "Cy has swallowed the sun," MS
81 79 "The Dancer Alights," MS
- - "Dark House" [See Subseries 2.3: "Keeping Its Twenty Year Siege"]
- - "Day by day I added" [See Subseries 2.5: The Pig Organ, MS] [Unpublished Gaudette poem?] Gaudette poem?]
81 80 "The day was cold, the month March" MS,
81 81 "Dazed August afternoons, the sun in possession" MS
81 82 "The Dead Are Cynical," MS
81 83 "A death this second head over heels," MS
81 84 "The deaf children," MS
81 85 "Defending yourself, your children," MS
81 86 "The Deferred Upstart," TS [See also Subseries 2.5: The Tiger's Bones, MS]
81 87 "Des Montespan, Louis' ousted mistress," MS [See also Subseries 2.2: Wodwo, "Thistles"]
- - "Determination's a termite" MS [See Subseries 2.3 "And is it a necessity"]
- - "Devon Riviera" [See Subseries 2.4c: Selected Poems by Keith Douglas]
- - "Dialogue Between Priest and Emile" [See Subseries 2.3: "Tar Girl"]
81 88 "Dice," MS and TS [See also Subseries 2.2: Woodwo, "The Green Wolf"]
- - "Difficulties of Aphrodite," TS [See Subseries 2.5: The Pig Organ, MS]
81 89 "Difficulties of a Bridegroom," TS
81 90 "Digging," MS [See also Subseries 2.3: "I hear how crow sings"]
81 91 "Disarmament," MS and TS [variant titles: "Natural History," "Tyrants Skulls," and "Skulls"]
81 92 "Do Bees Ever Strike," MS and various verses
- - "The dog not put to sleep," MS [See Subseries 2.3: "You kept well what your parents bequeathed"]
81 93 "Douser," MS
81 94 "The Dramatic," MS
81 95 "Dropped All This Way From the Cradle," MS
- - "The Drowned Woman," TS [See Subseries 2.3 "Gulls"]
- - "Dry wreck," MS [See Subseries 2.3: "There is nothing to be done about people"]
81 96 "Each limb of the tiger," MS
81 98 "Encounter With a Boer," TS
- - "Entering Southampton, the gulls," MS [See Subseries 2.3: "Des Montespan, Louis' ousted mistress"]
81 99 "Episodes From the Life of a Violin," TS
- - "Epithalamium," TS [See Subseries 2.3: "Positivists"]
81 100 "Era of Giant Lizards," MS and TS [See also Subseries 2.2: Recklings, "Fishing at Dawn"]
81 101 "Eskimo Snow Story," TS
81 102 "Even so he said it was enough," MS
81 103 "Everything that is not his rock," MS
81 104 "Everything was useful," MS
81 105 "The Executioner Has Inhaled Germs," MS
- - "Exocism," MS [See Subseries 2.3: "A Jaw, Nose, undershot well out into the air"]
- - "Expedition to the Pole" [See Subseries 2.3: "Not Comforting Company but Fatal Abutment"]
81 107 "Extinct Religion," MS
81 108 "Eyes," MS
81 109 "The Eyes are...," MS
OP7 3 "The Eyes of the Jury," MS
82 1 "A Fable," MS and TS [See also Subseries 2.2: Wodwo, "Thistles"]
82 2 "Facts About the Oak," MS
82 3 "Fighting for Jerusalem," MS
82 4 "First April," TS [See also Subseries 2.6 The Iron Man: MS]
82 5 "First Come the Gods," MS
82 6 "First Light, Earth Twins," MS
82 7 "First Things First," MS and TS
OP7 4 "First Things First," MS
82 8 "The flash startles,"
82 9 "The Flow Was Low," MS
82 10 "The Flower Poems," MS and TS [Includes "Buttercup", "Primroses", "Apple Blossom", "Violet", and "Pear"]
82 11 "Folk-Lore," TS [See also Subseries 2.5: The Price of a Bride (?), MS]
82 12 "For Conrad, 9th March 1984," MS
82 13 "For Jennifer, Nothing Has Changed," MS
- - "A Forced Wedding Feast," MS [See Subseries 2.3 "The Bride"]
82 14 "Forty Years as a Leading Actress," MS
82 15 "Frieda Sleeps," MS and TS
82 16 "From All Lovers of Salmon For Gruimunder Einksson," (on his retirement from the Presidency of Nasco) MS and TS
82 17 "From smiles from concessions from soft sheep," MS
82 18 "From whose head," MS
- - "Frosty morning" [See Subseries 2.2: Wodwo, "Ludwig's Death-Mask," MS [OP2]
82 18a "Full House," Part I: "Queen of Hearts," MS
- - "Full House," TS [See Subseries 2.2: Wolfwatching, "The Black Rhino," MS and Subseries 2.4c: Selected Poems by Keith Douglas] Selected Poems by Keith Douglas]
82 19 "The German at his yacht,"
82 20 "Giant Dream of Elephants," MS and TS
82 21 "The Gibbons," TS
82 22 "Gibraltar," MS and TS and other TS poem fragments ["Neighbour" ("The sea glooms and presses") and "September"] [See also Subseries 2.2: Recklings, "A Colonial"]
82 23 "The girls in the square are in their first summer," MS
82 24 "Gladiator," MS
82 25 "The Gnarled Icicle," MS
82 26 "Go???ly she arrives-," MS
82 27 "A God who has nothing to learn and cannot learn," MS
- - "God, you say, must have given this face," MS [See Subseries 2.3: "A Little Lunar Cantata"]
- - "The godly thing in conscience keep" MS fragments [See Subseries 2.4c: Selected Poems by Keith Douglas]
82 28 "God's face smiled on Eden," MS
82 29 "Gods Gods great and small," TS and carbon copy (about Oedipus but does not appear to be from Seneca's Oedipus)
82 30 "Goodbye Jesus," MS
OP7 5 "Goodbye letters...the blown glow," MS
82 31 "Goodbye, she says goodbye," MS
82 32 "The Granite Moon Is Older than the Mountains," MS
82 33 "The Great Irish Pike" MS and TS
82 34 "The grey wood pigeon's body bears," MS
82 35 "Gulls," MS and TS
82 36 "Hamlet's Soliloquy I," MS
82 37 "Hand," MS
82 38 "Having Pronounced That," MS
- - "He didn't know it was himself reborn [See Subseries 2.3: General notes]
82 39 "He does not move," MS
82 40 "He gazed round, the tall young German," MS
82 41 "He is a Butcher," MS
82 42 "He is blind: He kneels," MS
82 43 "He Loiters at the Door," MS
82 44 "He sees," MS
82 45 "He stopped, the church spire had bobbed" MS
82 46 "He was nowhere to be found," MS
- - "Heavier in flesh," MS [See Subseries 2.2: Wodwo, "Public Bar T.V."]
82 47 "Heirlooms," MS
- - "He regards his hands and feet" [See Subseries 2.3: "Something is at the ear wobbly"]
- - "Her Dream," TS [See Subseries 2.2: Remains of Elmet, "Lumb Chymneys"]
82 48 "Her eyes were afraid," MS
82 49 "Her nerves..." MS
82 50 "Her Speech Is Spells Tumbled," MS [TH notes: lines about S.[uzette] M.]
82 51 "Her Wedding Was Blue Dull Rain" MS and "To Be Eaten By a Crocodile," MS
82 52 "Here Is the Eye Whose Wideness," MS
82 53 "Here She Comes and the Secret She Disappeared," MS
- - "Here stood the Irish elk," TS [See Subseries 2.3: "Her eyes were afraid"]
82 54 "Heroes" MS
82 55 "His hands" MS
82 56 "His hopes unlike everybody else's," MS
82 57 "History's Bad Name," MS
82 58 "Horrible accidents-just one glimpse," TS [See also Subseries 2.5: The Pig Organ, MS] [Unpublished Gaudette poem?] Gaudette poem?]
82 59 "The Hot Panther Black," MS
82 60 "How Can I Welcome You," MS
- - "How Did My Aunt Acquire That Smile of Hers" MS [See Subseries 2.3 "A Man Brought to His Knees in the Desert"]
82 61 "How Many Loves Were There," MS
82 62 "How much too old is the oak?" MS
82 63 "How my blood went-it came first," MS
82 64 "How slow the wind," MS
- - "How to Eat" [See Subseries 2.3: "In Those First Days When a Newborn Baby Still Follows its Mother"]
82 65 "A hundred times re-entering and leaving," TS [See also Subseries 2.3: "And he steals the blood" and Subseries 2.5: The Pig Organ, MS] [Unpublished Gaudette poem?] Gaudette poem?]
82 66 "Hungry For Sunlit Wall," MS
82 67 "A Hurtling Head," TS
- - "I am an ungrateful woman,"MS [See Subseries 2.3: "Sunday"]
82 68 "I Bid This Fairy Go," MS
82 69 "I Came In Peace and Required Nothing," MS
- - "I did all that I thought I wanted to do," TS [See Subseries 2.6: What is the Truth?, "Hare"]
82 70 "I don't want to come with you," MS
82 71 "I feel your eye," TS
82 72 "I Follow My Brain...," MS
82 73 "I have a Grandaddy far in the North," MS
- - "I have become deaf," TS [See Subseries 2.5: The Pig Organ, MS]
- - "I had you from my father & my mother," MS [See Subseries 2.4c: Selected Poems by Keith Douglas]
82 74 "I have lives, she says...," TS
OP7 6 "I hear how crow sings," MS [TH notes: draft of verse about Suzette M. - the tale teller]
82 75 "I See A Camel's Soft Humps" MS
- - "I see you" [See Subseries 2.2: Wodwo, "Ludwig's Death-Mask," MS [OP2]
82 76 "I suppose like all Youth, he responded gladly to the call," MS
- - "I Was Just Walking Along," TS [See Subseries 2.2: Moortown, "The Womb"]
82 77 "I was Mastadon," MS [includes illustration by Hughes and letter 23 April 1991 from Hughes to Professor Johns]
82 78 "I would like to be a river," MS
82 79 "If a Whore and a Trout," MS
82 80 "If I could have it back again," MS
82 81 "If only I could forget," MS
82 82 "If you think it's too soon," MS
82 83 "An Imago," MS and TS
- - "An old man was spreading the news," MS [See Subseries 2.3: "O White Elite Lotus"]
82 84 "The Impala," MS [variant title: "The Impala Mesmerized"] [See also Subseries 2.2: Wodwo, "Skylarks]
82 85 "In a New Country Old Roots" MS and "It's No Good," MS
82 86 "In a pit of sheer carved walls that shut wind out," MS
82 87 "In March he was buried," MS
82 88 "In me," MS
82 89 "In the afterworld," MS
82 90 "In the black chapel," MS
82 91 "In the contest of graces," MS
- - "In this clownish life," MS [See Subseries 2.3: "I don't want to come with you"]
82 92 "In Those First Days When a Newborn Baby Still Follows its Mother," MS
82 93 "Into the storms of the vagina," MS
- - "Invitation to a Reviewer," TS [See Subseries 2.3: "Positivists"]
82 94 "Invulnerable Song," TS
82 95 "Is It Enough Just to Exist, It Is Not Enough Just to Exist," TS
82 96 "Is it nearly dawn," MS
82 97 "It is so frighteningly easy," MS
OP7 7 "It is in the wilderness...," MS
82 98 "Is it time to sing a sad song," MS
82 99 "It is too late...," MS
- - "It is unhappy to be a mountain," MS [See Subseries 2.3 "The day was cold, the month March"]
82 100 "It needs no satyrs," MS
- - "Its tables ride, its corrugated shanty roofs tighten," TS [See Subseries 2.3: "There is a women is this apple tree"]
- - "Jack Frost," TS [See Subseries 2.6, Under the North Star, "Musk-Ox"]
- - "The Jaguar is Looking for Summer," TS [See Subseries 2.2: Season Songs, "A March Calf"]
82 101 "A Jaw, nose, undershot well out into the air," MS
82 102 "Joys of Autumn," TS
82 103 "July Evening," MS [variant titles: "Sunday Evening," "July Dusk," and "Sunday Evening in the Park"]
82 104 "Keeping the twenty year siege," MS
82 105 "Knave of Clubs," MS
82 106 "Knockadoon," MS
82 107 "Kore," MS and TS
- - "Lady Do Not Cry" MS [See Subseries 2.3: "You kept well what your parents bequeathed"]
82 108 "The Lady in the Desert of Stone," MS and a Story Idea
82 109 "A Lady Reads a Skull," TS
82 110 "The lamb pushing through the first split in winter," MS
82 111 "Lamenting Head," TS
82 112 "Lamenting his lost eyes," TS
82 113 "The Last Migration," TS [Variant title: "Migrations"]
82 114 "A Leakage From the Head," MS
- - "Lie to me, I don't mind you lying to me," MS [See Subseries 2.3 "The day was cold, the month March"]
82 115 "Life? Did You Say Life?" MS
- - "Life on the North West Frontier" [See Subseries 2.4b: Poetry in the Making, "Introduction" and Appendices and misc. poems]
82 116 "Like any dead in the ground," MS
82 117 "A Likeness," TS
82 118 "Lines of a Newborn Baby," MS and TS [See also Subseries 2.2: Lupercal, "Thistles"]
82 119 "A Little Lunar Cantata" TS [See also Subseries 2.5: The Price of a Bride (?), MS and The Two Days of Man, MS] The Two Days of Man, MS]
82 120 "Lobby from under the Carpet" [Accession #93-01-12]
82 121 "The Lobster and the Lion," MS
82 122 "London could not be weighed," MS
- - "Lonely," MS [See Subseries 2.3: "Camouflage is death's 5th column"]
82 123 "Looking For Summer," MS and TS
82 124 "A Loss," TS
82 125 "Lough Allen," MS and TS [variant title: "The Great Pike"]
- - "Maened" [See Subseries 2.3: "Keeping Its Twenty Year Siege"]
83 1 "A Man Brought to His Knees in the Desert," MS [variant title: "A Man Lost in the Sahara"]
83 2 "The man with the bull sperm" MS
83 3 "A Maneater," MS
- - "March 15th," TS [See Subseries 2.2: Wolfwatching, "Source"]
- - "March 17th," TS [See Subseries 2.2, River, "Under the Hill of Centurions"]
OP7 8 "The Martydom of Bishop Farrar," MS (inscribed for Richard and La on February 9, 1966]
- - "Mary, ravished, saw the man-shape melt," MS [See Subseries 2.3: "In a pit of sheer carved walls that shut wind out"]
83 4 "The match that starts the moon," MS
83 5 "Mayday," TS
83 6 "Memorial Poem for E.W. White," MS and TS
83 7 "Mirage of Land," TS
83 8 "Miss Dinsdale," MS [comic poem for the Queen Mother] [also includes drafts of "The Hare" and "Birthday Letters"]
83 9 "Mist and the blue," MS
83 10 "Moon-Grain," MS
83 11 "Moon-Weathers," MS and TS
83 12 "Morning mist on water, at a distance," MS
83 13 "The mounting lark, as if this were its motor," TS [See also Subseries 2.5: The Pig Organ, MS and Subseries 2.6: What is the Truth?, "Fox"] [Unpublished Gaudette poem?] What is the Truth?, "Fox"] [Unpublished Gaudette poem?]
83 14 "Murder in slow reverse," MS
83 15 "Music Is Looking at Me," MS
83 16 "My Donkey," TS
OP7 9 "My father's home fills up - nobody," MS
- - "My forgettable words," TS [See Subseries 2.5: The Pig Organ, MS and Subseries 2.6: What is the Truth?, "Fox"] What is the Truth?, "Fox"]
- - "My Head Rests by the Deep Pool," MS [See Subseries 2.3: "Cold April"]
83 17 "My life is what happened to me," MS
83 18 "My liking of life," MS
83 19 "My pen is my staff," MS
- - "My Uncle arrived ill," MS [See Subseries 2.3: "The Pike"]
- - "My Uncle is too old," MS [See Subseries 2.3: "The Pike"]
OP7 10 "My Uncle's Wound," MS
83 20 "My Uncle's Wound," MS
83 21 "Myers as Magpie to the Wife," MS [Lucas Myers]
83 22 "Nature-Poem," TS
- - "Nebachadnezzas fell on all our," MS
- - "Neighbour" [See Subseries 2.3: "Gibraltar" and 2.5: The Price of a Bride (?), MS]
83 23 "News," MS and TS [See also Subseries 2.5: The Price of a Bride (?), MS]
83 24 "No rifle, no torch, no protection, only night," MS
83 25 "Not a diary maid," MS
83 26 "Not comforting company but fatal abutment," MS
83 27 "Not too old, yet too old," MS
83 28 "Notes for a Story in Search of a Happy Ending" TS [See also Subseries 2.2: Wodwo, "Full Moon and Little Frieda" and "Kreutzer Sonata" and Subseries 2.5: "Tobit"]
83 29 Notes on Eight Elegies, MS
- - "Notions of the Arch Angel Michael," MS [See Subseries 2.3: "The smile that should be on pity"]
83 30 "Now Athene, daughter of Zeus, descended," MS
83 31 "Now he has to push," MS
83 32 "Now you cry," MS
83 33 "Now you have only a kid of rape," MS
83 34 "O come down to Bideford," MS
83 35 "O old woman," MS
83 36 "O White Elite Lotus," MS and proofs [variant titles "O White Ford Lotus," "O White Lotus Elite," and "A Racing Car"]
- - "The oak coppice - this ancient tribe," MS [See Subseries 2.3: "From smiles from concessions from the soft sheep"]
- - "The Oak Copse" [See Subseries 2.5: The Price of a Bride (?), MS]
83 37 "The oak is a dainty monster," MS
83 38 "The Oak Tree," MS and TS [poem for the Queen Mother on her 95th birthday]
- - "Of course it is always a great comfort," MS [See Subseries 2.3: "He stopped, the church spire had bobbed"]
83 39 "The old hag's," MS
- - "An old man," MS [See Subseries 2.3: "The oldest oak tree"]
- - "Old Man in the Park" [See Subseries 2.3 "Across the threshold"]
83 40 "Old wick with its five wizard hats," MS and TS [dedication verses for Wick Court, farms for children]
- - "Old woman like an oil lamp," MS [See Subseries 2.3: "From smiles from concessions from the soft sheep"]
83 41 "The oldest oak tree," MS
83 42 "On that Adelaide Street," MS
83 43 "On Westminster Bridge," MS and TS (variant titles: "Upon Westminster Bridge" and "Midnight on Westminster Bridge") [See also Subseries 2.2: Recklings, "On Westminster Bridge" and Subseries 2.5: "Tobit"]
83 44 "Once an angel said," MS
83 45 "One Glance at the Sea," MS [See also Subseries 2.4c: Vasko Popa, Selected Poems, MS drafts]
- - "The One New Thing Under the Sun," MS [See Subseries 2.3: "You kept well what your parents bequeathed"]
83 46 "Only Your Ivory Smooth Body" MS and TS
- - "Operation Valentine" [See Subseries 2.3: "When God Almighty Adjured Adam"]
83 47 "Out There on the Lake," MS
83 48 "Over drawing boards our future approaches," MS
83 49 "The past is a disease," MS
83 50 "Patch Words Over His Ugly Mug...," MS
83 51 "Pause," TS
83 52 "Pear Tree," MS and TS
83 53 "A Pedigree Black Diamond," TS
83 54 "People and boots," MS
83 55 "Perennials," MS
83 56 "The Pike," MS
83 57 "Plenti Coups," MS and TS
- - "Poem to Robert Graves Perhaps," MS [See Subseries 2.3: "Notes for a Story in Search of a Happy Ending" and Subseries 2.4c: Vasko Popa, Selected Poems, MS drafts]
- - "Pogroms, TS" [See Subseries 2.5: The Price of a Bride (?), MS]
- - "The Pontiff (A Hermetic Pelican)" [See Subseries 2.2: Gaudete, Lumb [#1]
83 58 "Pookah big and Pookah small," MS
83 59 "Poor Birds," MS
83 60 "Positivists," TS [Also contains Epithalamium," "Invitation to a Reviewer," and "Proverb"]
83 61 "Prisoner," MS
- - "Promethus on his Crag" [See Subseries 2.2: Season Songs, Possible outlines, MS]
- - "Proverb," TS [See Subseries 2.3: "Positivists"]
83 62 "The purse stroke of the fine jaw," MS
83 63 "Quaking the Collops of the green chestnut flesh," MS
83 64 "The Queen of Beasts," TS [See also Subseries 2.6: The Iron Man: MS]
83 65 "A queen of trout," MS
- - "Quest" [See Series 10, TH to Rosaleen McCoola]
83 66 "The rain came on during the battle," MS
- - "Ramsons," TS [See Subseries 2.6: Ffangs the Vampire Bat and the Kiss of Truth, Draft MS"]
83 67 "Re-encounter," MS
- - "Remember the Fish," MS [See Subseries 2.2: Crow Wakes, "Crow's Table Talk"]
83 68 "Rheumatism," MS
83 69 "The Rhino's Horn," MS and TS
83 70 "A River in March" TS
- - "The River of Dialectics," TS [See Subseries 2.2: New Selected Poems, 1957-1994, "Remembering Teheran"]
- - "The River Thames Flows" MS [See Subseries 2.3: "Only Your Ivory Smooth Body"]
83 71 "The Road to Easington," MS and TS
- - "The rocks of the regions cannot," MS [See Subseries 2.3: "You kept well what your parents bequeathed"]
- - "Roman September" [See Subseries 2.2: Wodwo, "Bowled Over"]
83 72 "Romantic Poem, MS
83 73 "The Rose Bush Blooms," MS
83 74 "S," MS and TS
83 75 "Sacrificed Head," TS
83 76 "The sad girls in coffee-bars," MS
83 77 "Salmon Smolt's Lament," TS
83 78 "Science Lessons," TS
83 79 "The sea casts off spectacular," MS
OP7 11 "The sea, in hearing," MS
- - "Sea-Noise," TS [See Subseries 2.5: The Price of a Bride (?), MS]
- - "The Sea of Light," TS [See Subseries 2.2: Wolfwatching, "Take What You Want But Pay For It"; Subseries 2.5: The Pig Organ, MS; and Subseries 2.6: What is the Truth?, "Hare"]] The Pig Organ, MS; and Subseries 2.6: What is the Truth?, "Hare"]]
83 80 "Seagull, You Go," MS and TS
83 81 "Selling the Cows at Bridgetown Farm, Iddesleigh," MS and TS [variant titles: "The Ring" and "They Are Still"]
83 82 "Senseless in the well," MS
83 83 "The shapely tongue," MS
- - "She can't get up," MS [See Subseries 2.2: Moortown, "Dehorning"]
83 84 "She is new born" MS
83 85 "She Is the Rock," TS
- - "She left," TS [See Subseries 2.2: Moortown, "The earth locked out the light"]
83 86 "She tried to become a woman," MS
83 87 "She waved goodbye," MS
83 88 "Shells," TS
83 89 "Silly yellow bill," MS
83 90 "The Sin," MS (joke verses on being a Laureate)
- - "Sir Patrick Spens," TS [See Subseries 2.6: What is the Truth?, "Goat"]
83 91 "Sleepers Like Whales," MS
83 92 "Small Hours," TS
83 93 "A Small Tune," MS
83 94 "The smile that should be on pity" MS
83 95 "Snapshot," MS and TS
83 96 "Snowflake"
84 1 "So he goes searching for god," MS
84 2 "So he had a tongue with its roots twisting," MS
84 3 "So here I sit composing futile poetry," MS and TS
84 4 "So now as a mid-October morning mist," MS
84 5 "So Peter Mills, the Tory Knight," MS
84 6 "So she descended from heaven," MS
84 7 "So we looked on hand that showed signs," MS
84 8 "So when Tamara dressed as Lucrecia," MS [according to Hughes' note written for Wanamaker's Globe Anthology]
84 9 "So Why Is it Necessary," MS
84 10 "So you sat as the black bull, badly punctured," MS and TS
84 11 "Solomon's seven," MS
84 12 "A Solstice," MS and TS
84 13 "Some sat there, some sat here," MS
84 14 "Some Torture with Looks," MS
84 15 "Something is at the rear wobbly," MS
84 16 "Sometimes a shadow under mountains hides," MS
84 17 "Songs of Ascents," MS
84 18 "Soothings," TS
84 19 "The Sorrows of the Deer," MS
- - "A Sorrow," MS [See Subseries 2.3 "The Brother's Dream"]
84 20 "Space is," MS
84 21 "A Spirit Not Fit for this World," MS
- - "Spirit summoned his brother - the skite hawk," MS [See Subseries 2.3: "The terrified insect orchestrating"]
84 22 "Standing in the yard, feeling the light rain," MS
84 23 "The starling alights on our lawn early," MS
84 24 "Stillness of the son's coming," MS
84 25 "Stings," TS and MS [earlier version of "The Bee God," Birthday Letters]
84 26 "Stopwatch," TS
84 27 "The Suffering of Stony, High Horizons," TS
84 28 "Summer She Goes," MS (written for Jean Findlay Hulme, ca. 1947-1948) [Accession 99-03-10]
84 29 "Sunlight," MS and TS [See also Subseries 2.2: Wodwo, "Karma"]
84 30 "Sunday," MS [variant title: "Afternoon Services"]
84 31 "Supposing God Were a Wolf, Say a She-Wolf," MS
84 32 "Swordstrokes at the Truth Only," MS
84 33 "Take/ Your Pick," MS
84 34 "Tar Girl," MS
84 35 "The terrified insect orchestrating," MS
84 36 "Test Head," TS
84 37 "That Girl," MS
OP7 12 "That old man in Lyons, his face sunk in the news," MS
84 38 "That you cared most all the time," MS
84 39 "Theologies" [Adam walled in his pleasure....], TS
84 40 "There are more books than time to ead them," MS
- - "There came a hand - she kissed it," MS [See Subseries 2.3: "The past is a disease"]
84 41 "There Is a Land," MS
84 42 "There is a women in this apple tree," MS and TS
- - "There is nothing to be done about people," MS [See Subseries 2.3: "Into the storms of the vagina"]
84 43 "There is this dead body," MS
84 44 "There must be some other way," MS
84 45 "They crowd at the rails," MS
84 46 "They lay beside the sea," MS
84 47 "Think again," TS
84 48 "Thinking About Harry," MS and TS
84 49 "This fieldful of freshly-turned vitality," MS
84 50 "This had never been realized," MS
84 51 "This lump of rock carved, like a head," MS
- - "This Valley is a Prehistoric Temple," TS [variant title: "Think of this Valley as a Temple"] [See Subseries 2.2: Wolfwatching, "Walt, MS"]
84 52 "Those who get into cars in August," MS
84 53 "Though the pubs are shut," MS
84 54 "Three Things Time Will Not Spare," MS
- - "Three Voices," TS [See Subseries 2.2: Wolfwatching, "The Black Rhino," MS; Subseries 2.4c: Selected Poems by Keith Douglas; and Subseries 2.4d: Essays, Reviews and Talks, "Baboons and Neanderthals"] Selected Poems by Keith Douglas; and Subseries 2.4d: Essays, Reviews and Talks, "Baboons and Neanderthals"]
84 55 "The thrush looks haggard and ill," MS
84 56 "Thunderdrops," TS
84 57 "To Be Harry," TS
- - "To be eaten by a crocodile," MS [See Subseries 2.3 "Her wedding was blue dull rain"]
- - "To become a monument to the fact," MS [See Subseries 2.3: "A Jaw, Nose, undershot well out into the air"]
84 58 "To curdle my blood," MS
84 59 "To Educate the Children," MS and TS
84 60 "To emerge among mangrove roots and a gloom," MS
84 61 "To look at the greying hair of poets," MS
84 62 "To meet near that leaf square," MS
- - "To the stars in their fading pack," MS [See Subseries 2.2: Crow Wakes, "Amulet"]
84 63 "To W.H. Auden," MS and TS
- - "Tobias and the Angel" [See Subseries 2.3: "Armetic of Pity"]
84 64 "Today Jack is going to be killed," MS
- - "Tolstoy...." [See Subseries 2.2: Wodwo, "Ludwig's Death-Mask," MS [OP2]
84 65 "Tonight, it is depressing," MS
- - "Too much is going on," MS [See Subseries 2.3: "There are more books than time to read them"]
84 66 "The Topsoil is not Deep," MS
84 67 "A Torridge Tragedy," TS [See also Subseries 2.2: Wolfwatching, "On the Reservation, MS" and Subseries 2.6: Tales of the Early World, "The Guardian"] Tales of the Early World, "The Guardian"]
- - "Tourist Fly" [See Subseries 2.2: Wodwo, "Ludwig's Death-Mask," MS [OP2]
84 68 "Trees growing somehow," TS
- - "The Triple Crown," TS [treatment describing proposed content] [See Subseries 2.2: Wolfwatching, "On the Reservation, MS"]
84 69 "Triptych: The Creation of Adam," TS
- - "The Troika" [See Subseries 2.5: The Tiger's Bones, MS]
84 70 "Trophies," TS
OP7 13 "A Trout," MS (inscribed for Michael) [See also Subseries 2.2: Wodwo, "Song of a Rat" and Subseries 2.6: Ffangs the Vampire Bat and the Kiss of Truth, Draft MS"] Ffangs the Vampire Bat and the Kiss of Truth, Draft MS"]
84 71 "A Trout," TS [See also Subseries 2.2: Wodwo, "Song of a Rat" and Subseries 2.6: Ffangs the Vampire Bat and the Kiss of Truth, Draft MS"] Ffangs the Vampire Bat and the Kiss of Truth, Draft MS"]
84 72 "T.V. on," MS and TS
84 73 "The T.V. shuffles its shadows baiting," MS
84 74 "Twitched gates, left a habit of me squeak out in those hinges," TS
84 75 "Two hundred pounds of animal," MS
84 76 "Uncle Albert's Suicide," MS and proof [variant title: "My Uncle"]
- - "Under High Wood" [See Subseries 2.4: Introductions and Forewords, First and Always]
84 77 "Under the Dust is the Stone," MS
84 78 "Under the Oak Leaf" MS and TS [variant title: "The Scape Fox"]
84 79 "Under the wheels macadam," TS [See also Subseries 2.2: Wodwo, "Vegetarian"]
84 80 "Unveiling the New Zaland Hangings," MS and TS
- - "The upstart uptail wren" [See Subseries 2.5: The Pig Organ, MS] [Unpublished Gaudette poem?] Gaudette poem?]
- - "The valley of willows tosses," MS [See Subseries 2.3: "Only Your Ivory Smooth Body"]
84 81 "Variety Turn of Early Light," MS
84 82 "The Ventriloquist," MS and TS
84 83 "The Vicar's Belch," MS
- - "A Village" MS [See Subseries 2.3: "A River In March"]
84 84 "Village Idiot," MS
OP7 14 "Virtues of Subarctic Love-root," MS
- - "Voice Looking for a Mouth," MS [See Subseries 2.2: Wodwo, "Skylarks"]
84 85 "A Voice Off," TS
84 86 "The voice spoke to the stars," MS
84 87 "Waif," MS and TS
- - "Waking Dream" [See Subseries 2.4c: Selected Poems by Keith Douglas]
- - "Walking the Roads" [See Subseries 2.2: Wodwo, "The Bear"]
84 88 "War and Peace," TS
84 89 "The Warrior Whose Job it Has Always Been," MS
84 90 "Was it ghastly?" MS
84 91 "Water," TS (Touched lips, felt their startling shape...)
84 92 "We shall hold," MS
84 93 "We spoke in tongues," MS
84 94 "Well, Here Is the Pig, Asleep in the Sun," TS
84 95 "We'll swallow the wine," MS fragment
- - "Went fishing, again and again" MS [See Subseries 2.3: "Variety Turn of Early Light"]
84 96 "What agitations urged me up," MS
84 97 "What have the roots touched," MS
84 98 "What is that you are twisting" MS
84 99 "What is the softness of love," MS
84 100 "What is this maneater?," MS
84 101 "What is your will?," TS
84 102 "What Shall I Yield My Maker" MS
84 103 "What was left of it, a howl- wraith," MS
84 104 "What will you meet in your mirror?" MS
84 105 "When a sea," MS
84 106 "When England's hungry multitude," MS
84 107 "When God Almighty Adjured Adam," MS
84 108 "When God had created Eve and Adam," MS
84 109 "When he was a radiant skeleton," TS
84 110 "When I came I did not think I could suffer the night," MS
84 111 "When I peered down," MS
84 112 "When I see you, you'll smile" MS
84 113 "When I summon Duncan up," MS
84 114 "When my mother waved goodbye," MS
84 115 "When the snowdrops have all died, battered prisoners," MS
- - "Where is his wife?," TS [See Subseries 2.6: What is the Truth?, "Rooster"]
- - "Where the pool rolls its undercloud," TS [See Subseries 2.3: "The big tit"]
84 116 "Which hill is it?" MS
84 117 "While the blue..." MS
- - "While the fresh and lovely world," [See Subseries 2.3: "And he steals the blood" and Subseries 2.5: The Pig Organ, MS]
85 1 "While the only..." MS
- - "White hot were the ovens" MS [See Subseries 2.3 "Trophies"]
85 2 "Who brings blood," MS
85 3 "Who climbed at his first," MS
- - "Who is the Oak's Bride" [See Subseries 2.2: Remains of Elmet, "Heather"]
85 4 "Who'll read off the pulsings of thaw? Celebrate" MS
85 5 "Who's looking - the vile en route," MS
85 6 "Whose calm/Is a touchy house of cards?" TS [See also Subseries 2.5: The Pig Organ, MS]
85 7 "Why did you use your coming," MS
85 8 "Why in the earthquake or shipwreck," MS
85 9 "Why Write," MS
85 10 "Wife's Song," TS
85 11 "The will is brief," MS
85 12 "With her fingers..." MS
85 13 "With one blind backhand I abolished," TS
85 14 "Without A Body," MS and notes
85 15 "Woe," MS
- - "A Woman Sprawls," MS [See Subseries 2.3: "I See A Camel's Soft Humps"]
85 16 "Works of Anger Feminine Bile," MS
85 17 "Yorick," MS
85 18 "You Barely Touched the Earth," MS
85 19 "You can live here happy," MS
- - "You entered with blood," MS [See Subseries 2.2: Wodwo, "Skylarks"]
- - "You glance towards me," TS [See Subseries 2.5: The Pig Organ, MS] [Unpublished Gaudette poem?] Gaudette poem?]
85 20 "You kept well what your parents bequeathed," MS
- - "You listen to the gramaphone," MS [See Subseries 2.2: Wodwo, "Public Bar T.V."]
85 21 "You march along the vacant lane," MS
85 22 "You marched with the trees," MS
OP8 1 "You need November, Saturday rain," MS
85 23 "You sleep and that is beautiful," MS
85 24 "You took your clothes off," MS and TS [See also Subseries 2.5: The Pig Organ, MS] [Unpublished Gaudette poem?] Gaudette poem?]
85 25 "You were impatient with our human mystery," MS
85 26 "You were not born when mighty Alexander Died," MS (Written for Jean Findlay Hulme, ca. 1947-1948) [accession 99-03-10]
85 27 "You'd no thought but a tribe of dog's faces," MS
- - "Your body is a graveyard," MS [See Subseries 2.3: "After all the unlikelihood"]
85 28 "Your childhood's friends long since fell off," MS
85 29 "Your city is little," MS
- - "Your father is coming," MS [See Subseries 2.3: "Sunday"]
- - "Your Human Body Is a Lens," MS [See Subseries 2.3 "A Man Brought to His Knees in the Desert"]
85 30 "Your punishments are scars," TS
85 31 "Zig-zagging like a shadow," MS
85 32 "The Zodiac in the Shape of a Crown: What the Starry Heavens Sang to Prince William on the 21st July 1982," MS and TS includes astrological chart [variant title: "Horoscope"] [See also Subseries 2.4c: Selected Poems by Keith Douglas]
85 33 Attempts to find a poem for final line "Into the dark gulf of litigation," MS
85 34 General notes, MS
85 35 Improvised Poem Narrative, MS
85 36 Miscellaneous comic dedicatory verses, MS
85 37 Miscellaneous poetry fragments
85 38 Miscellaneous notes, MS
85 39 Miscellaneous notes on various subjects (poems, plays, short stories, etc.), MS
85 40 Unidentified salmon-themed verses, MS
Uncollected Crow poems
85 41 "Adam was Eve's devil," MS
85 42 "Among splithings of lightning," MS
85 43 "The Anatomy of Love," MS [variant title: "What is the Anatomy of Love]
85 44 "And Crow shouted: You who are living are you," MS
85 45 "And Crow's palms are familiar," MS
85 46 "An Apparition," MS
85 47 "The argument of the ferret," MS and notes
85 48 "As with the fawn born of an elk," MS
85 49 "Ballad of Paul," MS
85 50 "Ballad of the Last One," MS
85 51 "Ballad of the Fall," TS [See also Subseries 2.3: Uncollected Poems, "Now you have only a kid of rape"]
85 52 "Bedtime Story II," MS
85 53 "Bedtime Story III," MS and TS
85 54 "Bedtime Story IV," MS
85 55 "Bedtime Story VI," MS and TS
85 56 "Bedtime Story VII," MS
85 57 "Bedtime Story VIII," MS
- - "The blackbird sings," MS [See Subseries 2.2: Crow, "Bedtime Story VII"]
85 58 "The blizzard thickened, but Crow pressed on upward" MS
85 59 "But now they lumped where they were," MS
85 60 "Carrion Tiresias Examines the Sacrifice," MS and TS
85 61 "Criminal Ballad," MS and TS [See also Subseries 2.5: The Pig Organ, MS]
85 62 "Crow at Large," MS
85 63 "Crow Compromises," MS and TS
- - "Crow Concerning his Feathers," MS [See Subseries 2.3: Crow poems "Crow was smashed again as heretofore"]
85 64 "Crow declared Crow," MS
85 65 "Crow Dreams of His Immortal Destiny," MS
85 66 "Crow Fails," MS and TS [variant title: "'Look' said God 'I've had an inspiration'"
85 67 "Crow Flies in Search of the Earth," MS
85 68 "Crow fought in the estuary mud," TS
85 69 "Crow Gets His Feathers," MS
- - "Crow Goes Out to Play" [See Subseries 2.3: Crow poems, "In the Little Girl's Angel Gaze"]
85 70 "Crow Goes to the Movies," MS and TS [variant title: "Coporal Crow Goes into Battle"] [See also Subseries 2.4b: Poetry in the Making, "Introduction" and Appendices and misc. poems]
85 71 "Crow got impatient knocking on God's door," MS
85 72 "Crow Had an Idea," MS
85 73 "Crow had hurt his wing," MS
85 74 "Crow hardened in the world wind," TS
85 75 "A Crow Hymn," TS
85 76 "Crow is about the cleverest bird," MS and TS
85 77 "A Crow Joke," MS and TS
85 78 "Crow, judge and king of the kingdom of Eden," MS
85 79 "Crow Justifies His Feathers," MS
85 80 "Crow Keep," TS
85 81 "Crow leaves the Earth," MS
85 82 "Crow Looking at the Sun," MS
85 83 "Crow Outlawed," TS
85 84 "Crow Pulped," MS and TS
85 85 "Crow roosts in death," MS
85 86 "Crow sat awaiting him," MS
85 87 "Crow saw an empty twig," MS
85 88 "The Crow Sings," MS
85 89 "Crow the Just," MS and TS
85 90 "Crow Through the Bardo," MS and TS [variant title: "Crow in the Bardo"]
85 91 "Crow Tries to Talk his Way Into Heaven," MS
85 92 "Crow was aware of another at war," MS
85 93 "Crow was not fire he would have been going out," MS
85 94 "Crow was smashed again as heretofore," MS
85 95 "Crow Weeps," TS
85 96 "Crow's Conquests," TS
85 97 "Crow's Feast," TS
85 98 "Crow's God," MS
- - "Crow's Playmates," TS [See Subseries 2.6, Under the North Star, "Skunk"]
- - "Crow's Second Answer," TS [See Subseries 2.6, Under the North Star, "Osprey" and "Woodpecker"]
86 1 "Crow's Nighto...," TS
86 2 "Crow's Religious Instructions," MS
86 3 "Crow's Song About God," MS and TS [Variant Title: "Under the Gatepost of Heaven;" see Subseries 2.6: Under the North Star, "Heron"]
- - "Crow's Totem," TS [See Subseries 2.3: "A Fable" and "The pure stroke of the fine jaw"; Crow poems: "Bedtime Story VII"; and Subseries 2.4b: Poetry in the Making, "Introduction" and Appendices and miscellaneous poems]
86 4 "Crow's was a doubtful reign," MS
86 5 "Dawn lifts night like an eyelid," MS
86 6 "Decorated with fly corpses," MS
86 7 "The demon plotted to kill God," MS
86 8 "Did the monkeys come from the trees," MS
86 9 "Dog Days on the Black Sea," TS
86 10 "Dream Before Birth," MS and TS [possibly a draft of "Amulet" from Crow Wakes]
86 11 "Faust and Helen," MS and TS [See also Subseries 2.6: Under the North Star, "The Muskellenge"]
86 12 "First Ballad," MS
86 13 "The flushed much loved heart-case falls," MS
86 14 "For the billionth time," MS
86 15 "A Ghoul," MS
86 16 "Gift of Sight," MS
86 17 "God heard the rumours," MS
86 18 "Greater than life and death," MS
86 19 "The gulf to be crossed," MS
86 20 "Gull Song," MS
86 21 "He is stuggling through grass," MS
86 22 "He took this girl to love and make Eden," MS
86 23 "Hindquarters of a hare," MS
- - "How Crow Got His Three Syllable Cry," MS [See Subseries 2.3, Crow: "He took this girl to love and make Eden"]
86 24 "How the bears befriended the unhappy one and made him happy," MS
86 25 "How the Spirits Tamed Death to Help the Happy One," MS [variant title: "The Snake of Life the Snake of Death"
- - "I come up behind," MS [See Subseries 2.3 Crow: "A lost soldier"]
86 26 "In a microscopic trance," MS
86 27 "In the Little Girl's Angel Gaze," TS [variant title: "Crow Goes Out to Play"]
86 28 "In the raw-hinge the eye's oils," MS
86 29 "The Infinity of Womb Failures," MS
86 30 "Is Love Declaring War or Making Peace," MS
86 31 "The judges came with levelled muzzels and stood," MS
86 32 "The Lamentable History of the Human Calf," TS
86 33 "Lazarus Crow," MS
86 34 "Leaf-Say" [variant title: "Cup of Tea Song"], MS
86 35 "Leaves and flowers of the body," MS
86 36 "Lifting your hollow bones up a cliff into the power," MS
86 37 "Light Light," TS
86 38 "Little Stumps on the Skyline," MS
86 39 "A lost soldier," MS
86 40 "Love in Its Desperate Search," MS and "As for eyes," MS
86 41 "The lovegod," MS
86 42 "A Lucky Folly," MS
86 43 "A Man Meets His Match," MS
86 44 "A Near Thing," MS and TS
86 45 "The New World," MS and TS
86 46 "Notes for Crow's Mosque of Mortality," MS
86 47 "O bird watcher, but I'm your binoculars," MS
- - "Quasimodo" [See Subseries 2.3 Crow poems: "Crow Fails"]
- - "Romantic Ideas," MS [See Subseries 2.3 Crow poems: "Crow roosts in death"]
86 48 "Running to Paradise," MS and TS [variant title: "The Creation of Adam" and "Crow's Religious Instruction"]
86 49 "The Scientist Adjust His Spectacles," MS
- - "The Seafarer," TS [See Subseries 2.3: Crow, "Crow Dreams of His Immortal Destiny" ]
86 50 "Sealing a Note," MS
86 51 "Second Tale," TS
86 52 "She argued with the man," MS
86 53 "She comes only some of the way," MS
86 54 "She is the rock even of war," MS
86 55 "She searched," MS
86 56 "She steals again from the family for intellectual light," MS
- - "Sitting quiet in his freedom he sang," MS [See Subseries 2.3 Crow: "He took this girl to love and make Eden"]
86 57 "So he ran so he ran so he ran," MS
86 58 "So he vowed to cure himself," MS
86 59 "So the whole universe turned to two stars," MS
- - "Something is at the ear," MS [See Subseries 2.3 Crow: Crow roosts in death"]
86 60 "Song of the Lens," MS
86 61 "The Space-Egg Was Sailing," Ms and TS
86 62 "Split belly set god aside," MS
86 63 "The stars passed over the wailing pack," MS
86 64 "Struggling for Light," TS
86 65 "The sun eats emptiness," MS
86 66 "The sun staring at the sea," MS
86 67 "Surgery of True Feelings," MS
86 68 "A Terrible Stone Vestige," MS
86 69 "There the cars noses," MS
86 70 "There was a boy and a girl," MS
86 71 "There was a man there was a woman," MS
86 72 "There was a man whose health left him," MS [variant title: "Oquhtyidt"]
86 73 "They looked at each other and glimpsed it," MS
86 74 "Thomas, the Rhymer's Song," MS [See also Subseries 2.6: , "Pigeons"]
86 75 "The tiger finds end," MS
86 76 "Today," TS
86 77 "Two Dreams in the Cell," TS
86 78 "The unborn and the dead," MS
86 79 "Under the elm root," MS
86 80 "War with numbers and with Gods," MS
- - "What Has Love Lost," MS [See Subseries 2.3: Crow poems, "She argued with the man"]
86 81 "When Crow learned to talk," MS
86 82 "When Crow went out into the waves," MS
86 83 "When Eve ate the apple," MS
86 84 "When God entered him his flesh stunk," MS
86 85 "When the grass camps," MS
86 86 "Where there was nothing," MS
86 87 "Wherever stone stood, she drained it" MS
86 88 "Who is sorry?," MS
86 89 "Why am I travelling in this direction," MS
86 90 "Why should the fly that entertained me," MS
86 91 "With the 21st the Child Could Not be Lifted," TS [variant title: "In Bosnia"]
86 92 "Will you wear one and become nothing behind your face," MS
86 93 "Witch Tale," MS
86 94 "The wolf opens its mouth," MS
86 95 "Wolverine," TS
86 96 "A woman to make the match perfect," MS
86 97 "You jabbed," MS
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