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Julia Stockton
My Aunt's Niece's Anamnesis; The Grass Is a Genre on the Other Side Print Pages:  Page 143 from Issue 96 Two Poems] ulia Stockton My Aunt's Niece's Anamnesis Can worlds ... TRIQUARTERLY 143 Issue 96 page Julia Stockton Saturday, June 1, 1996 Poetry Works Issue 96 Print Share Tweet ...
Jim Daniels
My Third Floor Window; Little Feat; Flag Day in Warren, Michigan Print Pages:  Page 118 from Issue ... Bridge from My Third Floor Window Snow kicks up the volume. Okay, squint and push yourself over ... Poetry Work Issue 112 Print Share Tweet ...
Deborah Greger
Keats Writes to a Young Poet of the Seventies; My Brief Reign as Emperor; To the Gods of Summer ... of the Elgin marbles. Of how many men it would take to wrestle the wreck of my heart on board a ship in the bay ... January 1, 2008 Poetry Work Issue 130 Print Share Tweet ...
Nancy Eimers
My Parents Contemplate Moving a Last Time; Fifth of July; Crawl Key Wind; Morning, after a Sleeping Pill Print Pages:  Page 157 from Issue 130 Nancy Eimers My Parents Contemplate Moving a Last Time ... Tuesday, January 1, 2008 Poetry Work Issue 130 Print Share Tweet ...
Rafael Campo
Poem for My Familiar Print Pages:  Page 484 from Issue 110-111 Rafael Campo Poem for My Familiar She's sniffing out the garden's rancid truths, beneath the garbage cans, along the roots ... I think I'll stay Issue 110-111 page Rafael Campo Poetry Work Issue 110-111 Print Share Tweet ...
Goodbye My Fancy For years now, we’ve been crisscrossing this same largesse of valley. It has provided for us, plenty. You’ve been my homoerotic sidekick, Bryan. Excuse me. Ryan. There. You see? I am promiscuous with even my own wit. & I can never keep you straight. All the boys of recent memory have been ...
Ralph Burns
First Flight; For My Wife, on Our Son's Third Birthday Print Pages:  Page 82 from Issue 88 Two Poems Ralph Burns First Flight I shucked my lucky clothes and jumped in, swam beyond the bushes, ... of small mesquite. A sound unearthed itself from his throat. Hey boy, is that you? I scraped my body ...
Amir Gilboa
To my city Jerusalem, 1967 Print Pages:  Page 266 from Issue 39 15 Look at this man who crosses ... heart flows with the water toward another country toward another loneliness river of my heart, wait for me I finish my prayer and run, maybe--translated by Shirley Kaufman with Shlomit Rimmon To my city ...
Debra Allbery
After Vermeer; After the Auction of my Grandmother's Farm Print Pages:  Page 196 from Issue ... of my usual dreams. Overcast warps through the leaded glass of our bedroom window, the morning light presses into a porcelain cup on the sill. My husband's eyes move beneath his lids as if he were ...
Lewis Turco
My wife of the town Print Pages:  Page 78 from Issue 5 the stones. It obviously is neither the words themselves nor their arrangement; my experiments have removed those possibilities. ... try to imagine myself as I am. Meanwhile, I had better get on with my complaining while I still have ...

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