Reviews November 1998 Georgics on My Mind By R.S. Gwynn "Farmer-poet" is one of those hyphenated epithets that summons up a vision, and for most readers of American poetry that vision is embodied by Robert Frost, who, the legend has it, turned out memorable poems in spare moments stolen from apple-picking, wall-mending, and woods-stopping. To read the full article, please sign in or create a free account to view Chronicles content for 30 days. R.S. Gwynn R.S. Gwynn's No Word of Farewell: Poems 1970-2000 was published in Story Line Press. He also edited New Expansive Poetry: Theory, Criticism, History.