Original Poetry Index

A

“The Airing-Out”
“Amazonian Dance”
“And If”
“And So”
“Aubade”

B

“Baker Street Station, London”
“Braided”

C

“Café”
“Calling the Boys Home” (Part 1)
“Calling the Boys Home” (Part 2)
“Calling the Boys Home” (Part 3)
“Calling the Boys Home” (Part 4)
“Calling the Boys Home” (Part 5)
“Calling the Boys Home” (Part 6)
“Calling the Boys Home” (Part 7)
“Calling the Boys Home” (Part 8)
“Calling the Boys Home” (Part 9)
“The Cellist”
“Children of the Sun”
“Columbine Symphony”

D

“Daughter of Bilitis: for Del Martin (1921-2008)”
“Dinner In”
“Dish Washing”

E

“Eulogy to Ezra Pound”

FG

“A Gathering of Four”

H

“Haiku”
“Half-Empty”
“Home Grown Tomatoes”

IJ

“Jazz Sonnet #2”

KL

“Limerick”
“Lincoln Park Zoo in Late August”

M

“Magritte’s Panels”
“Mermen”
“Morocco”

N

“Night Blossoms”

OP

“Portobello Market”
“Prayer for Icarus”
“The Puzzle of Me”

QR

“Rain”
“Retroflection”

S

“Saugatuck, Michigan”
“Sestina of a Poet”
“The Soapbox”
“A Song for My Grandmother”
“Still Life with Fruit and Squash”
“Summer at Sixteen”
“Suspension”
“Swarm — Benton County, Iowa”

T

“Tapestried”
“10:55 Flight to Chicago from Heathrow”
“Thanksgiving Gathering”

U

“Unsaid”
“Urban Dwellers”

V

“Verses on a Common Theme”
“Vivid”

W

“Window Seat on a Train”

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