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A Long Undressing
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The Ballard of Mad Jenny
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An Almanacfor Amorists
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True and False Unicorn
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The Right Playmate
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The Water Circle
Tidings, Pterodactyl Press, San Francisco, California, 1965.
Look In Look Out, Toad Press, Portland, Oregon, 1968.
Look In Look Out
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A Long Undressing
Mother's Day, 1948.
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Four in the Afternoon, 1951.
Loony Tom The Happy Lover, 1951.
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The Bed, 1968.
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This Is It, 1971.
High Kukus, 1973.
Water Circle, 1975.
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The Rites of Women
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America Forever New
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