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Table of contents from The Annie Poems

THE SICKNESS THAT HAS NO NAME
Riding to Town With My Mother
Yuquatl
I Didn't Want to Go
Sickness
Cure
Old Woman
Old Woman Sat in Her Dugout
Old Woman Looked at Me
Punishment
Tem Eyos Ki
I Waken With the Smell of Gravedirt
HuHu
I Am the One They Warn Of
Petroglyph Eyes
I Watch the Ghosts of My Brothers
Mad Woman
Hecate
I Am Here Among You
Stained Glass and Vaulted Ceiling

MOTHER OF ALL
Whenever a Child is Born
Aya
Abaton
Abishag
Amazons
Arianrhod
Artemis
Ceridwen
Chang-O
Chicomecoatl
Chomo-Lung-Me
Coatlicue
Creiddylad
Demeter
Dzelarhons
Fisherwoman
Hag
Hel
Hera
Io
Kali
Kelle
Kleite
Lilith
Old Woman
Osa
Pomegranate
Witch
Found
What Are These Coloured Cones

ANNIE POEMS
Sometimes I Read Magazines
When We Meet
A Bear Story
Kyuquot Forest Protectorate
Weather Forecast
Eleanor's Place
February
Milly
Without Prejudice
Sea Fair, Powell River
In Class I Am Asked
Whenever a Woman Forgets Herself
When Next in Soft Dark or Bright Light
I Am She Who in Other Times
When I Was Very Small
Life Does Not Consist of a Series of Orgasims
For Eleanor: First Poem in More Than a Year
Osa
Margaret
Every Now and Again Something Happens
How Old Was I That Year?
Annie
If I Was Ten My Brother Was Seven and Annie Was Not Yet Thirty