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Author: ALCOSSER, SANDRA
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Alcosser, Sandra    Poet's Biography
11 poems available by this author


APPROACHING AUGUST    Poem Text    
First Line: Night takes on its own elegance
Last Line: And then the moon
Subject(s): Nature


CRY    Poem Text    
First Line: White legs and pink footpads, the black cat
Subject(s): West (U.s.); Women; Southwest; Pacific States


GLORY MONSTER    Poem Text    
First Line: Tipped goblets, the blue heron
Last Line: Against the damp / and shivering flesh
Subject(s): Nature


GOLDEN-MANTLED GROUND SQUIRREL    Poem Text    
First Line: Obsequious. You come begging
Last Line: They smell so sweet
Subject(s): Nature


HATS    Poem Text    
First Line: Auntie lies in the rest home
Last Line: Point their fingers, run as fast as they can in the opposite direction
Subject(s): Prose Poem; Old Age; Illness


MICHEL'S WINE    Poem Text    
First Line: Winter again and we want
Last Line: This moment in my glass
Subject(s): Wine; Automobile Accidents


SWEAT    Poem Text    
First Line: Friday night I entered a dark corridor
Last Line: From the raunchy fume of strangers
Subject(s): Odors


TRACKS    Poem Text    
First Line: There is a man under the wheel of my truck
Last Line: Sweeping the hills with branches
Subject(s): West (U.s.); Women; Southwest; Pacific States


WHAT MAKES THE GRIZZLIES DANCE    Poem Text    
First Line: June and finally the snowpeas
Last Line: To waltz the hills / like a beast?
Subject(s): Nature


WOODPECKER    Poem Text    
First Line: On the day the poppies
Last Line: Undulantg, raw flight
Subject(s): Nature


WORMS    Poem Text    
First Line: Some days he'd rub two pegs together
Last Line: Through the slippery tunnels of worms
Subject(s): Worms