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SIDE I: Birds That Day (this has been a week a bird omens) -- The Second Breath (the top what we think of last ridge) -- Male and Female Nudes of Conundrum (the argument we had agreed to bathe separately) -- Pleasure and Naming of It (a tourist) -- Quick Water You -- The Meal at 3300 (now days to fly is to eat) -- Song After Hearing Tapes of Humpback Whales Singing (cold oceans) -- Fly (I've become suddenly conscious I'm going to kill him) -- Confrontation (Highland cattle) -- Horseface in Michigan (mounted magic bear) -- Colorado Sijo (to this ummer's work I live in a bunk house with ground squirrels) -- Subway Sijo (in the rush hour) -- Hermitcrab Sijo -- Procession to Charlestown Market -- Sijo Beginning with Words Overheard in the Sandbox Prospect Park -- I Take My Son at 2 to the Glass House (the pitchman) -- Nights in the Gardens of New Jersey -- Auto See Jo (I am moved) -- World Record (somewhere below) -- Inside Outer Space (have seen oasis) -- Soft Landing -- While Waiting for His Birth -- Natural History of Flight (as animals) -- Planet Plasma -- Where the Head Is (thin black cloud) -- Whitman Among Missouri School Children (here the red tailed hawk) -- The Poem Itself In Relation to the Standard of Living (there is no doubt) -- Dump Poem (this is a genuine used poem -- last year's model poem) -- Saturday Poem -- Clunker Poem -- As Though Poem -- Returned Marine -- I'm Cutting Open a Friend's Book [partial] SIDE II: I'm Cutting Open a Friend's Book [continued]-- Through the Automatic Carwash -- Urban Metaphore -- What Happened -- The Subway Man -- Taking the Airs (breating anyway). Special Collections & Archives, UC San Diego, La Jolla, 92093-0175 (https://lib.ucsd.edu/sca) Recordings may contain a mixture of rights holders. Rights are held by the creator, the estate, or the publisher. Works by Robert Vas Dias used by permission of the poet. Recorded in Cortland, New York