Yosemite, published in 1988, is a collection of short poems written on a trip to the park in December of 1987. It has nine sections, with 64 haiku, senryu, fragments, impressions, and other short poems, plus a concluding slightly longer poem: 
  • arriving (four poems)
  • bridalveil falls (three poems)
  • the valley (eight poems)
  • the ahwahnee (five poems)
  • curry village (three poems)
  • wawona (fourteen poems)
  • tuolumne grove (twelve poems)
  • wawona (again) (fifteen poems)
  • the valley (last look) (one slightly longer poem)

 Here are some sample poems from Yosemite:



driving north

pressing my finger

to the glass



pancake clouds

flipping by

the stars stay the same



still stream


I rape it with a stone


     . . . repent



still falls the rain



winter moonlight

sheds her shadow

in the trees