留在雨中(Left Out In The Rain: New Poems)1986

Gary Snyder, Left Out in the Rain: New Poems 1947–1986 (San Francisco: North Point Press, 1986;

                     repr. Washington, D.C.: Shoemaker & Hoard, 2005).    
  xiii   Preface  

I. INTRODUCTION 1947–1948  

Elk Trails  
"Out of the soil and rock"  



II. ON THE DOAB OF THE CLUMBIA  

 AND THE WILLAMETTE 1949–1952  

Lines on a Carp  
A Sinecure for P. Whalen  
For George Leigh-Mallory  
Spring Songs  
Message from Outside  
A Change of Straw  
Under the Skin of It  
"dogs, sheep, cows, goats"  
Birth of the Shaman  
Atthis  

"The Painful…"  
"Her Life…"  
"…Still, she…"  
Tiger Song  
"Poorness and …"  
"You've gone cold…"  
"Love me Love…"  
"Half-known stars…"  
Up the Dosewallips  
Seaman's Ditty  



III. THE BROAD ROADS OF THE WEST 1952–1956  

Bakers Cabin on Boone's Ferry Road  
Numerous Broken Eggs  
The Lookouts  
History Must Have a Start  
Poem Left in Sourdough Mountain Lookout  
Geological Meditation  
Fording the Flooded Goldie River  
"Svaha a Feminine Ending for Mantra"  
"Wind has blown…"  
Song for a Cougar Hide  
"Plum petals falling…"  
The Rainy Season  
The Genji Story  
Late October Camping in the Sawtooths  
Point Reyes  
April  
Makings  



IV. KYOTO, AND THE SAPPA CREEK 1956–1959  

Longitude 170° West, Latitude 35° North  
For Example  
Chion-In  
Bomb Test  
Dullness in February: Japan  
Map  
The Feathered Robe  
On Vulture Peak  
The Bodhisattvas  
A Monument on Okinawa  
Straits of Malacca 24 oct 1957  
The Engine Room, S. S. Sappa Creek  
Hills of Home  
The North Coast  



V. THE WIDE PACIFIC 1959–1969  

One Year  
Housecleaning in Kyoto  
Seeing the Ox  
After the Typhoon  
Three Poems for Joanne  

Loving Words  
The Heart of the Wood  
Joanne My Wife  
Tenjin  
Parting with Claude Dalenberg  
Crash  
Two Comments  
“Riding the hot electric train”  
Foreigners  
Kyoto Vacation  
This Is Living  
In Tokyo: At Loose Ends  
English Lessons at the Boiler Company  
From Below  
The Fruit  
The Ride  
Then  
Saying Farewell…  
Farewell to Burning Island  



VI. SHASTA NATION 1968–1985  

First Landfall on Turtle Island  
Alabster  
The Years  
Burned Out  
O  
To Meet with Agaricus Augustus  
Too Many Chickens Gone  
For Alan Watts  
Original Vow  
No Shoes No Shirt No Service  
Kine  
“The Trail Is Not a Trail”  
Poetry Is the Eagle of Experience  
Calcium  
High Quality Information  
The Arts Council Meets in Eureka  
Ordering Chile Verde in Gallup  
Getting There  
Sustained Yield  
“Low winter sun…”  
The Weave  
Enforcement  
Yuba Country Autumn  
The Spirits Wait…  
Bear  
Arktos  
Fear Not  
I See Old Friend…  
Waikiki  
“She dreamed…”  
We Make Our Vows…  
At Write River Roadhouse…  
The Persimmons  



VII. TINY ENERGIES 1970–1984  

“Dragonfly”  
Through  
Spring  
For Berkeley  
The Songs at Custer's Battlefield  
“Some lovers wake one day”  
“What history fails to mention is”  
Channelled Scablands  
The Taste  
Home on the Range  
The Forest Fire at Ananda  
The Route  
The Other Side of Each Coin  
Serves  
W  
The Net  
Tibetan Army Surplus Store  
“Lots of play”  
The Orchard  
Know  
Gatha for All Threatened Beings  
“There are those who love to get dirty”  
Lizards, Wind, Sunshine, Apples  
How Zen Masters Are Like Mature Herring  



VIII. SATIRES, INVENTIONS, & DIVERSIONS 1951–1980  

Villanelle of the Wandering Lapps  
The Professor as Transformer  
The Elusiad  
The Third Watch  
Sestina of the End of the Kalpa  
Epistemological Fancies  
A War of Dwarfs and Birds…  
Exclamations Gone to the…  
Balled of Rolling Heads  
After T'ao Ch’ien  
After the Chinese  
Versions of Anacreon  
Tree Song  
Joe Hill Fragment  
Prepotent  
A Work for Burke  
smog  
Sherry in July  
Coyote Man, Mr. President…