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When Elephants Last in the Dooryard Bloomed by Ray Bradbury

 

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Ray Bradbury’s first ever poetry collection. Carried into strange and enticing realms by his fantastic stories, the multitudes of his admirers have never doubted.

Contents:
REMEMBRANCE
WHICH CALLS TRUTH NEAR
THE BOYS ACROSS THE STREET
WHEN ELEPHANTS LAST
IN THE DOORYARD BLOOMED
EVIDENCE
HERMAN MELVILLE CALLED YOUR NAME
N
AIR TO LAVOISIER
ALL MEN WONDER
DEATH IN MEXICO
THE BEAST UPON THE WIRE
THIS TIME OF KITES
ALL GOES
THE SELF THAT LAZES SUN
GROON
THAT WOMAN ON THE LAWN
FROM AN ANCIENT LOCOMOTIVE
PASSING THROUGH LONG AFTER MIDNIGHT
PLEASE TO REMEMBER THE FIFTH
OF NOVEMBER: A BIRTHDAY POEM
FOR SUSAN MARGUERITE
Across the green of years
THE FATHERS AND SONS BANQUET
TOUCH YOUR SOLITUDE TO MINE
PUT TOYS IN THE TOMB
ODE TO ELECTRIC BEN
Ben Franklin was that rarity:
SOME LIVE LIKE LAZARUS
Some live like Lazarus
THESE UNCUT GRAVESTONE BRIDES
The ladies in the libraries
AND THIS DID DANTE DO
The truth is this:
YOU CAN GO HOME AGAIN
AND DARK OUR CELEBRATION WAS
WHAT SEEMS A BALM
IS SALT TO ANCIENT WOUNDS
HERE ALL BEAUTIFULLY COLLIDES
GOD FOR A CHIMNEY SWEEP
What’s rough is this:
AND TRUE AND WELL
A POEM
IF I WERE EPITAPH

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

When Elephants Last in the Dooryard Bloomed (eBook) by Ray Bradbury [ePub]

SKU: 978-0246108289
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