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Daniel Haberman papers, 1972-1987

Series III: Drafts of Poems

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Box 2 Nothing's New


Box 2 Oh Let's just say I'm sad for all the world


Box 2 Yet astride the peccant moon


Box 2 Go ramble in the lolling hills


Box 2 Letter from the Virgin Isles


Box 2 In the early of the evening, June 1979


Box 2 I cannot say I'm pleased


Box 2 Aleatory wind, September 1977


Box 2 Startled the sound of the sea


Box 2 Morning streams, August 1977


Box 2 Blinking buoy/the pinioned sky


Box 2 The little flower


Box 2 Ballad- in the night of my heart, January 1979


Box 2 A tale


Box 2 I by a lake, September 1977


Box 2 Blear to the night


Box 2 When loss is in the night


Box 2 When I have gathered in the night


Box 2 Futile snow of spring


Box 2 The trees in gentle umbrage swayed


Box 2 Red hand of the sun, December 1976


Box 2 Shame


Box 2 There is a wall, October 1972


Box 2 Opening epigraph


Box 2 Trout duet


Box 2 When I was young? Refrain


Box 2 On a spindling whorl


Box 2 Artists in the Hamptons


Box 2 Middle epigraph



Box 3 Sonnet- Primitive in my perpetual dawn


Box 3 On a holiday in Latium


Box 3 In the fields of Tuscany I would go


Box 3 The other day (as I went by) Loitering Hill


Box 3 Amended dreams


Box 3 Do I have an opinion?


Box 3 On crying, 24 March 1972


Box 3 The keening soil, June 1974


Box 3 Flouting spider, January 1974


Box 3 Intimate, September 1974


Box 3 Dauber & Pine


Box 3 Truth is: not for me are books to breathe -Unruly thing


Box 3 Perdix


Box 3 Over many years; my son


Box 3 Mr. America, December 1973


Box 3 40 is a foolish age


Box 3 Epigraph for a tired friend, July 1974


Box 3 I don't understand


Box 3 Worm


Box 3 For Ray, 13 October 1972


Box 3 Variations on Herbert Read



Box 4 Do we have such secrets to keep within, 17 February 1972


Box 4 A fortress heart, June 1974


Box 4 There is now a time of unsweet regress, 19 February 1973


Box 4 Know thyself, December 1973


Box 4 If I write a poem is it not mine to keep


Box 4 When I walk among the flowers, 7 March 1973


Box 4 Hillary Brook


Box 4 I am the prisoner of my poems


Box 4 Dear little bird, March 1981


Box 4 Bleak of the heart and hearth


Box 4 Attis


Box 4 Four by night


Box 4 And in conjunction with a day


Box 4 In the inchoate plan, December 1978


Box 4 Sea dreamed cloister house


Box 4 Frequent fantasy, May 1979


Box 4 Let time in disparagement of days


Box 4 Walk with me, June 1977


Box 4 Kafka


Box 4 Van Gogh


Box 4 Splicing Sonnet 64


Box 4 Edward died- will no one grieve


Box 4 Sistine chapel


Box 4 An explanation for Edward, 16 February 1972


Box 4 After Thanksgiving with Barbara, November 1983



Box 5 Risk now the wind of I would too


Box 5 With cattle lowing to the hills


Box 5 Belling life moves through its field


Box 5 Though mild is the wind of day


Box 5 When there's nothing I've to do


Box 5 Two months it is since last we spoke


Box 5 Clumbering in the umbered night


Box 5 Through an oriel where, November 1985


Box 5 One drop upon a rusted leaf


Box 5 When the mist is on the morning, February 1985


Box 5 In the west of Cornwall


Box 5 Have you seen Coppelia's eyes?


Box 5 In the purple of an autumn


Box 5 Not without lessons


Box 5 Then let me add a simple prayer


Box 5 To Heraldic day I'd sing my song


Box 5 O Savage sing amid the flames


Box 5 Allegheny night WV


Box 5 Now the night descending


Box 5 Though a shooting sprout of spring begins


Box 5 Before the wind we lived at sea


Box 5 Wu! Hu!


Box 5 Written to a scholar, March 1984


Box 5 Venus orbits as the rose, August 1984


Box 5 I am dead and having died, January 1985


Box 5 Sweet sweetness of the phlox


Box 5 The certain tree, January 1986


Box 5 Writings on the wall


Box 5 Harold Bloom


Box 5 Your inditement says I cannot love


Box 5 Not before lunch (12/72), December 1972


Box 5 So you have a blue balloon


Box 5 Strangers in bed, February 1972


Box 5 Cornelia touched me


Box 5 Her changeling heart, 17 October 1972


Box 5 I challenge you to a duel, May 1973


Box 5 Look for no love, May 1973


Box 5 I suppose, of course, there's nothing new


Box 5 The wedding, February 1975


Box 5 Gladiator of the heart


Box 5 Winning



Box 6 Acceptance, December 1973


Box 6 Taunting


Box 6 Tolstoy's well


Box 6 Mingling


Box 6 Grosse Fugue


Box 6 Cried out beneath the quarreling sky


Box 6 Formlessness, February 1974


Box 6 Babel-world, January 1975=4


Box 6 Catullus #63


Box 6 At the Poets' Park


Box 6 Lunching with middle-age couple, December 1973


Box 6 Copies of books by Daniel Haberman


Box 6 The Furtive Wall


Box 6 The Lug of Days to Come


Box 6 4 Xmas Card Poems by Daniel Haberman


Box 6 Copy of Erinna fragment- translation



Box 7 When love—my love—is a proxy claim


Box 7 Petunias raise their lovely heads


Box 7 One rose bouqueted with others


Box 7 The wind blows and I am cold, May 1973


Box 7 Night on the beach at Amagansett


Box 7 And in tumbreled night


Box 7 Rereading Othello, June 1974


Box 7 Friend on DaVinci


Box 7 And now you tell me you've grown old


Box 7 Remaindermen


Box 7 Be my workmate


Box 7 Halfway to Hawaii


Box 7 Loitering wolf moon


Box 7 Economics of love, February 1975


Box 7 Visiting Nurse


Erinna and Translations:


Box 7 Antipater of Sidon- Epigram


Box 7 Erinna


Box 7 Zenobius on Praxilla


Box 7 Praxilla


Box 7 Gaetulicus' Epitaph on Archilochus


Box 7 Archilochus



Box 8 Djerassi Foundation Residency (October 1987) includes poetry revised during residency



Box 9 Manuscript of The Furtive Wall


Box 9 Manuscript of The Lug of Days to Come



Box 12 "Odd bits for poems" -notes/lines jotted down; book lists/ miscellaneous


Box 12 Miscellaneous jottings/articles saved