Contents
I. Songs in Sepia and Black and White

Songs in Sepia and Black and White
The Kaiser and the Little Girl’s Tongue

The Come Home from the Flood Telegram
The Boy in the Saloon
The Boy and the Flying Squirrels
Walking to School
Falling Shadows
Virgil in Hill Country
Young Hunter’s Prayer
Woods Time
Orchards
Christmas Paper Mountain Drifts
A Child’s Intuition
Fieldstone
Boy Knives
The Mayberry Café
Casey’s Question
White Knuckles
Monon Memories
The Beatles Cut
The Barbed Wire Tattoo
Dogwoods and Rosebuds for Rita
The Old America

II. A Blank Piece of Paper
A Blank Piece of Paper
Brother Antoninus/William Everson at Notre Dame, 1965
Basho’s Journey
A Hoosier Song of Walt Whitman
The Family Farm: For Wendell Berry
The Campfire Poets
Emily Dickinson’s Song
Moving in with Emily
Emily Dickinson’s Travels
Song for Gabriela Mistral
Basho’s Waters
Walt Whitman on the South Shore

Looking for Walt Whitman on Campus
Mockingbird Memory
Prayer to Walt Whitman at Ground Zero
Blueberries and Buttermilk: For William Stafford
Leaves United for Etheridge Knight at Crown Hill Cemetery
Rumi for Breakfast
Rumi’s Mysterious Rays
The Mad Underliner
Caveat Emptor
Mulberry Blues
A Word Story

III. Practically with the Band
The Fiddler
Goodnight, Irene
I’m Practically with the Band
Woody Guthrie’s Guitar Machine
Oklahoma Poem Beginning and Ending with Woody Guthrie
Listening to Live Music
Song for Bobbie D
Arlo and Bob Go Fishing
Song for Bob Dylan
Girl of the Hill Country
My Bob Dylan Dreams
The Franconian Tambourine Men
Hoosier Dylan
Song of the Blue-Eyed Son
The Voice
This Time ‘Round
The Gift
Tambourine Man in Hell’s Kitchen
Letter to Bob Dylan with One Eye Closed
The Day John Lennon
Pig Belly Blues
Sweet Home Indianapolis
Jennie’s Song
Jack’s Song
Someone Who Misses New Orleans
The Night the Guitarist Broke Loose

IV. Moon of Falling Leaves

Bavarian Blue
Eberhard Reichmann at Peter’s Gate
Fire in a Horse Trough
Questions on a Wall
Patoka Visions
The Diner Was Gone
Blind Man, Blind Man
The County Historian and the Town Drunk
Jack the Ripper
Maybe I Knew Him
Missing the Turn
The Screech Owl’s Call
Beneath the Stones
Eating Your Shadow
Promethean Prayer: To a Hawk
Dream While My Son Is in the Hospital
What She Liked
What Remains
Wild Onions
Come with Me
Schramm Woods
Back in Indiana
Downtown Indy Freight Trains
Drifting
The Easter Stone Speaks
The Float Forever Held
End of the Path
Saying Patoka
Moon of Falling Leaves

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