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Author: LEVINE, PHILIP
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Levine, Philip    Poet's Biography
174 poems available by this author


1, 1, 2000    Poem Text    
First Line: In joe priskulnick's darkened kitchen the face


A BOY'S ANSWER    Poem Text    
First Line: The train passes every afternoon
Subject(s): Children; Railroads; Childhood; Railways; Trains


A NEW DAY    Poem Text     Recitation by Author
First Line: The headlights fading out at dawn
Subject(s): Boxing & Boxers


A SLEEPLESS NIGHT    Poem Text    
First Line: April, and the last of the plum blossoms
Subject(s): Night; Bedtime


A STORY    Poem Text    
First Line: Everyone loves a story. Let's begin with a house
Subject(s): Houses; Story-telling


A WAR STORY    Poem Text    
Subject(s): World War Ii; Guests; Family Life; Second World War; Visiting; Relatives


A WOMAN WAKING    Poem Text    
First Line: She wakens early remembering
Subject(s): Fathers & Daughters; Family Life; Relatives


A YELLOW YULIP    Poem Text    
First Line: The yellow tulip in the room's warmth opens
Last Line: In the room's warmth opens
Subject(s): Tulips


ADVISING MYSELF    Poem Text    
First Line: When the world comes to you muffled as through a glass
Last Line: Burning with joy or despair, you've known she was right
Subject(s): Advice; Youth; Love Nature Of


ALONE    Poem Text    
First Line: Sunset, and the olive grove flames
Subject(s): Sollitude


AMONG CHILDREN    Poem Text    
First Line: I walk among the rows of bowed heads
Subject(s): Education; Schools; Students


AN ABANDONED FACTORY, DETROIT    Poem Text    
First Line: The gates are chained, the barbed-wire fencing stands,
Subject(s): Factories; Detroit, Michigan


AN ORDINARY MORNING    Poem Text    
First Line: A man is singing on the bus
Subject(s): Cities; Detroit, Michigan; Urban Life


AND THE TRAINS GO ON    Poem Text    
First Line: We stood at the back door
Subject(s): Railroads; Railways; Trains


ANIMALS ARE PASSING FROM OUR LIVES    Poem Text    
First Line: It's wonderful how I jog
Subject(s): Animals; Hate; Men


ANY NIGHT    Poem Text    
First Line: Look, the eucalyptus, the atlas pine,
Subject(s): Childhood Memories


AT BESSEMER    Poem Text    
First Line: 19 years old and going nowhere
Subject(s): Southern States; South (U.s.)


AT THE FILLMORE    Poem Text    
First Line: The music was going on
Subject(s): Fillmore (Music Hall), New York City


BABY VILLON    Poem Text     Recitation
First Line: He tells me in bangkok he's robbed
Subject(s): Racism; Racial Prejudice; Bigotry


BAD PENNY    Poem Text    
First Line: After the peace of ghent


BELLE ISLE, 1949    Poem Text    
First Line: We stripped in the first warm spring night
Subject(s): Americans; United States; America


BERENDA SLOUGH    Poem Text    
First Line: Earth and water without form
Subject(s): Berenda Slough, California


BLASTING FROM HEAVEN    Poem Text    
Subject(s): Food & Eating; Mothers; Life


BLOODSTONE    Poem Text    
First Line: This is you, dark green, bloodflecked
Subject(s): Gems


BURIAL RITES    Poem Text     Recitation by Author
First Line: Everyone comes back here to die
Subject(s): Cemeteries; Death; Graveyards; Dead, The


BURNED    Poem Text    
First Line: I have to go back into the forge room
Subject(s): Labor & Laborers; Factories; Jews; World War Ii; Farewell; Fathers; Grief; Conduct Of Life; Work; Workers; Judaism; Second World War; Parting; Sorrow; Sadness


BUYING AND SELLING    Poem Text    
First Line: All the way across the bay bridge I sang
Subject(s): Cities; Salespersons; Urban Life; Selling


BUYING EARTH    Poem Text    
First Line: Time was, when I was a boy
Subject(s): Youth; Aging


CALL IT MUSIC    Poem Text    
First Line: Some days I catch a rhythm, almost a song
Subject(s): Parker, Charlie ('bird') (1920-1955)


CESARE    Poem Text    
First Line: One sorry town after another passed
Subject(s): Railroads; Travel; Railways; Trains; Journeys; Trips


CLOUDS    Poem Text    
First Line: Dawn. First light tearing
Subject(s): Clouds; Social Commentaries


COMING CLOSE    Poem Text    
First Line: Take this quiet woman, she has been
Subject(s): Labor & Laborers; Factories; Women; Work; Workers


COMING HOME, DETROIT, 1968    Poem Text    
First Line: A winter tuesday, the city pouring fire,
Subject(s): Cities; Detroit, Michigan; Homecoming; Industry; Labor & Laborers; Urban Life; Work; Workers


CONCORDANCE    Poem Text    
First Line: Brown bird, irresolute as a dry
Last Line: Till then attended to
Subject(s): Birds; Thought


DEATH BEARING    Poem Text    
First Line: The sun wakens staining her pillow
Subject(s): Death; Dead, The


DETROIT GREASE SHOP POEM    Poem Text    
First Line: Four bright steel crosses
Subject(s): Industry; Labor & Laborers; Work; Workers


DETROIT, TOMORROW    Poem Text    
First Line: Newspaper says the boy killed by someone
Subject(s): Death - Children; Detroit, Michigan; Death - Babies


DOG POEM    Poem Text    
First Line: Fierce and stupid all dogs are
Subject(s): Animals; Dogs


DRUM    Poem Text    
First Line: In the early morning before the shop
Subject(s): Labor & Laborers; Factories; Work; Workers


DURING THE WAR    Poem Text     Recitation by Author
First Line: When my brother came home from war
Subject(s): War; Grief; Social Commentaries; Sorrow; Sadness


EVERYTHING    Poem Text    
First Line: Lately the wind burns
Subject(s): Time


FACTS    Poem Text    
First Line: The bus station in princeton, new jersey
Subject(s): Bus Terminals; Princeton, New Jersey


FATHER    Poem Text    
First Line: The long lines of diesels
Subject(s): Fathers; Disappointment


FEAR AND FAME    Poem Text    
First Line: Half an hour to dress, wide rubber hip boots,
Subject(s): Industry; Labor & Laborers; Work; Workers


FIST    Poem Text    
First Line: Iron growing in the dark
Subject(s): Industry; Labor & Laborers; Work; Workers


FOR FRAN    Poem Text    
First Line: She packs the flower beds with leaves
Subject(s): Marriage; Death; Weddings; Husbands; Wives; Dead, The


FOR THE FALLEN    Poem Text    
First Line: In the old graveyard behind
Subject(s): Spanish Civil War (1936-1939)


FRANCISCO, I'LL BRING YOU RED CARNATIONS    Poem Text    
First Line: Here in the great cemetery
Subject(s): Spanish Civil War (1936-1939)


GANGRENE    Poem Text    
First Line: One was kicked in the stomach
Subject(s): Racism; Torture; Racial Prejudice; Bigotry


GENIUS    Poem Text    
First Line: Two old dancing shoes my grandfather
Subject(s): Humanity


GIFT FOR A BELIEVER; FOR FLAVIO CONSTANTINI    Poem Text    
First Line: It is friday, a usual day / in italy, and you wait
Subject(s): Italy; Italians


GIN    Poem Text    
First Line: The first time I drank gin
Subject(s): Alcoholism & Alcoholics; Eisenhower, Dwight David (1890-1969); Nixon, Richard (1913-1996); Drunkards; Alcohol Abuse


GOSPEL    Poem Text    
First Line: The new grass rising in the hills,
Subject(s): Landscape; Language; Words; Vocabulary


GREEN THUMB    Poem Text    
First Line: Shake out my pockets! Harken to the call
Subject(s): Relationships; Farewell; Solitude; Parting; Loneliness


HAVING BEEN ASKED WHAT IS A MAN? I ANSWER    Poem Text    
First Line: My oldest son comes to visit me
Subject(s): Hospitals; Sickness; Illness


HERE    Poem Text    
First Line: Now we're here again, the fat suicide


HERE AND NOW    Poem Text    
First Line: The waters of earth come and go
Subject(s): Sea; Ocean


HOLDING ON    Poem Text    
First Line: Green fingers / holding the hillside,
Subject(s): Solitude; Conduct Of Life; Loneliness


HOUSE OF SILENCE    Poem Text    
First Line: The winter sun, golden and tired
Subject(s): Bars & Bartenders; Pubs; Taverns; Saloons


HOW MUCH EARTH    Poem Text    
First Line: Torn into light, you woke wriggling
Subject(s): Mankind; Human Race


HOW TO GET THERE    Poem Text    
First Line: Turn left off henry onto middagh street
Subject(s): Brooklyn, New York; Firehouses


HUNTED    Poem Text    
First Line: I am the victim
Subject(s): Hunting; Hunters


I AM ALWAYS    Poem Text    
First Line: I sit on the toilet, the lid down
Subject(s): Family Life; Relatives


I WON, YOU LOST    Poem Text    
First Line: The last of day gathers
Subject(s): Old Age; Absence; Separation; Isolation


I'VE BEEN ASLEEP    Poem Text    
First Line: My hand lies open
Subject(s): Morning


IF YOU ARE HERE    Poem Text    
First Line: Two women walk side by side at dawn
Subject(s): Memory


IN A VACANT HOUSE    Poem Text    
First Line: Someone was calling someone
Subject(s): Solitude; Loneliness


IN SAXONY    Poem Text    
First Line: A little girl with blond braids
Subject(s): Holocaust, Jewish (1939-1945); Jews; Shoah; Judaism


IN THE DARK    Poem Text    
First Line: In the last lght of a summer day facing the canadian shore
Subject(s): Love


IN THE NEW SUN    Poem Text    
First Line: Filaments of light / slant like windswept rain.
Subject(s): Industry; Conduct Of Life


IT'S MOTHER    Poem Text    
First Line: My dear mother gets around
Subject(s): Mothers


JEWISH GRAVEYARDS, ITALY    Poem Text    
First Line: Within a low wall, falling away
Subject(s): Jews; Cemeteries; Italy; Judaism; Graveyards; Italians


KEATS IN CALIFORNIA    Poem Text    
First Line: The wisterai has come and gone, the plum trees
Subject(s): Keats, John (1795-1821); California


KEEP TALKING    Poem Text    
First Line: If it ain't simply this, what is it?
Subject(s): Relationships


LETTERS FOR THE DEAD    Poem Text    
First Line: The air darkened toward morning
Subject(s): Family Life; Travel; Death; Conduct Of Life; Relatives; Journeys; Trips; Dead, The


LONG GONE MARCH    Poem Text    
First Line: Long columns of rain
Subject(s): Childhood Memories


LOOK    Poem Text    
First Line: The low-built houses of the poor
Subject(s): Adulthood


LOOKING FOR LEVINE    Poem Text    
First Line: At the airport they
Subject(s): Self


LOSING YOU    Poem Text    
First Line: Another summer gone


M. DEGAS TEACHES ART & SCIENCE AT DURFEE INTERMEDIATE SCHOOL, DETROIT 1942    Poem Text     Recitation by Author
First Line: He made a line on the blackboard
Subject(s): Teaching & Teachers


MAD DAY IN MARCH    Poem Text    
First Line: Beaten like an old hound


MAKING LIGHT OF IT    Poem Text    
First Line: I call out a secret name, a name
Last Line: Of his breath, making light of it all
Subject(s): Home; Summer


MONTJUICH    Poem Text    
First Line: Hill of jews, says one,
Subject(s): Mountains; Barcelona, Spain; Cemeteries; Hills; Downs (Great Britain); Graveyards


MY BROTHER THE ARTIST, AT SEVEN    Poem Text    
First Line: As a boy he played alone in the fields
Subject(s): Brothers; Play; Solitude; Youth; Half-brothers; Loneliness


MY MOTHER WITH PURSE THE SUMMER THEY MURDERED THE SPANISH POET    Poem Text    
First Line: Has she looked out the window she would have seen a quiet street
Subject(s): Spanish Civil War (1936-1939)


MY NAME    Poem Text    
First Line: A child saw my name passing into
Subject(s): Self; Names; Language; Words; Vocabulary


MY POETS    Poem Text    
First Line: On was put in the lock-up
Subject(s): Friendship; Poetry & Poets


NEW YEAR'S EVE, IN HOSPITAL    Poem Text    
First Line: You can hate the sea as it floods
Subject(s): Hospitals; Sea; Newman, John Henry, Cardinal (1801-1890); Ocean


NIGHT THOUGHTS OVER A SICK CHILD    Poem Text    
First Line: Numb, stiff, broken by no sleep
Subject(s): Children; Sickness; Childhood; Illness


NOON    Poem Text    
First Line: I bend to the ground
Subject(s): Nature


ON 52ND STREET    Poem Text    
First Line: Down sat bud, raised his hands
Subject(s): Music & Musicians; Night Clubs; Jazz; New York City; Manhattan; New York, New York; The Big Apple


ON A DRAWING BY FLAVIO    Poem Text    
First Line: Above my desk / the rabbi of auschwitz
Subject(s): Auschwitz, Poland; Holocaust, Jewish (1939-1945); Jews; Shoah; Judaism


ON THE CORNER    Poem Text    
First Line: Standing on the corner
Subject(s): Jazz; Music & Musicians; Tatum, Art (1910-1956)


ON THE MEETING OF GARCIA LORCA AND HART CRANE    Poem Text     Recitation by Author
Subject(s): Garcia Lorca, Federico (1898-1936); Crane, Hart (1899-1932); Imagination; Fancy


ON THE MURDER OF LIEUTENANT JOSE DEL CASTILLO BY THE FALANGIST ...    Poem Text    
First Line: When the lieutenant of the guardia de asalto
Subject(s): Assassination; Spanish Civil War (1936-1939)


ONE    Poem Text    
First Line: When I was an only child I carried
Subject(s): Labor & Laborers; Despair; Work; Workers


ONE BY ONE    Poem Text    
Subject(s): Sea; Soldiers; Cooking & Cooks; Ocean; Cookery


ONE DAY    Poem Text    
First Line: Everyone knows that the trees will go one day
Variant Title(s): This Day
Subject(s): Family Life; Relatives


OUR VALLEY    Poem Text    
First Line: We don't see the ocean, not ever, but in july and august
Subject(s): Home; Mountains; Hills; Downs (Great Britain)


OUR VALLEY    Poem Text    
First Line: We don't see the ocean, not ever, but in july and august
Subject(s): Mountains; Hills; Downs (Great Britain)


PASSING OUT    Poem Text    
First Line: The doctor fingers my bruise.
Subject(s): Examinations


PHOTOGRAPHY    Poem Text    
First Line: My aunt yetta sleeps, her mouth hanging open, her eyes
Subject(s): Childhood Memories; Aunts; Photography & Photographers


PHOTOGRAPHY 2    Poem Text    
First Line: Across the road from ford's a mrs. Strempek
Subject(s): Detroit, Michigan


PREMONITION AT TWILIGHT    Poem Text    
First Line: The magpie in the joshua tree
Subject(s): Birds


RED DUST    Poem Text    
First Line: This harpie with dry red curls
Subject(s): Self-pity; Grief; Conduct Of Life; Sorrow; Sadness


SALT    Poem Text    
First Line: This one woman has been sobbing
Subject(s): Air Travel; Family Life; Love - Loss Of; Relatives


SALT AND OIL    Poem Text    
First Line: Three young men in dirty wok clothers
Subject(s): Detroit, Michigan


SATURDAYS IN HEAVEN    Poem Text    
First Line: When the woman next door


SIERRA KID    Poem Text    
First Line: I passed slimgullion, morgan mine,
Subject(s): Explorers; Sierra Nevada Mountains; Exploring; Discovery; Discoverers


SMALL GAME    Poem Text    
First Line: In borrowed boots which don't fit
Subject(s): Hunting; Hunters


SMOKE    Poem Text    
First Line: Can you imagine the air filled with smoke?
Last Line: From poetry
Subject(s): Family Life; Smoke; Relatives


SOLOING    Poem Text    
First Line: My mother tells me she dreamed
Subject(s): Alienation (Social Psychology); Dissenters; Exiles; Marginality, Social; Estrangement; Outcasts


SOMETHING HAS FALLEN    Poem Text    
First Line: Something has fallen wordlessly
Subject(s): Childhood Memories


SONGS    Poem Text    
First Line: Dawn coming in over the fields
Subject(s): Singing & Singers; Songs


SOURCES    Poem Text    
First Line: Fish scales, wet newspapers, unopened cans
Subject(s): Ellis Island, New York Harbor; Jews - United States


SPANISH LESSON    Poem Text    
First Line: We look down into a garden
Subject(s): Language; Words; Vocabulary


STORMS    Poem Text    
First Line: After the storm of his dying
Subject(s): Death; Dead, The


SUMMER    Poem Text    
First Line: At ox bow beach, the august sun a rake
Subject(s): Lakes; Pools; Ponds


SWEET WILL    Poem Text    
First Line: The man who stood beside me
Subject(s): Alcoholism & Alcoholics; Industry; Labor & Laborers; Transience; Drunkards; Alcohol Abuse; Work; Workers; Impermanence


THAT DAY    Poem Text    
First Line: I woke in a cold room
Subject(s): Churches; Cathedrals


THE CARTRIDGES    Poem Text    
First Line: You sleep weightless on my palm, the revolver
Subject(s): Spanish Civil War (1936-1939)


THE CEMETERY AT ACADEMY, CALIFORNIA    Poem Text    
First Line: I came here with a young girl
Subject(s): Cemeteries; Graveyards


THE DEATH OF SAUL    Poem Text    
First Line: The sleeping armies of the living god
Subject(s): Bible; Religion; Theology


THE DISTANT WATER    Poem Text    
First Line: The sour daylight cracks through my sleep-caked lids.
Subject(s): War


THE DRUNKARD    Poem Text    
First Line: He fears the tiger standing in his way
Subject(s): Alcoholism & Alcoholics; Drunkards; Alcohol Abuse


THE END OF YOUR LIFE    Poem Text    
First Line: First light. This misted field
Subject(s): Conduct Of Life


THE EVENING TURNED ITS BACK UPON HER VOICE    Poem Text    
First Line: Is she waiting for a knock on the door
Subject(s): Memory; Women


THE EVERLASTING SUNDAY    Poem Text    
First Line: Waiting for it
Subject(s): Industry; Labor & Laborers; Work; Workers


THE FALLING SKY    Poem Text    
First Line: Last night while I slept


THE FIRST TRUTH    Poem Text    
First Line: The second truth is that the rose blooms
Subject(s): Solitude


THE GATEKEEPER'S CHILDREN    Poem Text    
First Line: This is the house of the very rich.
Subject(s): Wealth; Social Classes; Children; Riches; Fortunes; Caste; Childhood


THE GRAVE OF THE KITCHEN MOUSE    Poem Text    
First Line: The stone says coors
Subject(s): Mice; Death - Animals


THE HELMET    Poem Text    
First Line: All the way
Subject(s): Labor & Laborers; Work; Workers


THE HORSE    Poem Text    
First Line: They spoke of the horse alive
Last Line: Their bones in one mad dance.
Subject(s): Animals; Antinuclear Movement; Atomic Bomb - Victims; Hiroshima, Japan; Horses; Nuclear Freeze


THE MIDGET    Poem Text    
First Line: In this cafe durruti
Subject(s): Restaurants; Cafes; Diners


THE MORTAL WORDS OF ZWEIK       
First Line: As an old man, zweik told me
Subject(s): Wisdom


THE MUSIC OF TIME    Poem Text    
First Line: The young woman sewing by the window
Subject(s): Music & Musicians


THE MYTH    Poem Text    
First Line: She renamed me after a bridge in the hopes
Subject(s): Conduct Of Life


THE NEGATIVES    Poem Text    
First Line: I dig in the soft earth all
Subject(s): Desertion, Military; Capital Punishment; Homecoming; Hanging; Executions; Death Penalty


THE NEW WORLD    Poem Text    
First Line: A man roams the streets with a basket
Subject(s): Detroit, Michigan


THE PRESENT    Poem Text    
First Line: The day comes slowly in the railyard
Subject(s): Labor & Laborers; Railroads; Work; Workers; Railways; Trains


THE RADIO    Poem Text    
First Line: Another morning I rose before work
Subject(s): Dancing & Dancers; Radio; Imagination; Fancy


THE RAINS    Poem Text    
First Line: The river rises / and the rains keep coming.
Subject(s): Rain; Fear; Family Life; Relatives


THE RED SHIRT    Poem Text    
First Line: If I gave 5 birds
Subject(s): Clothing & Dress; Poetry & Poets


THE REPLY    Poem Text    
First Line: I stand in the late sun
Subject(s): Relationships


THE RIGHT CROSS    Poem Text    
First Line: The sun rising over the mountains
Subject(s): Sports


THE SEARCH FOR LORCA'S SHADOW    Poem Text    
First Line: I've seen the hillside. A soft wind moved
Subject(s): Spanish Civil War (1936-1939)


THE SECRET    Poem Text    
First Line: Somewhere the sea deepens
Subject(s): Sea; Ocean


THE SIMPLE TRUTH    Poem Text    
First Line: I bought a dollar and a half's worth of small red potatoes
Subject(s): Farm Life; Truth; Agriculture; Farmers


THE STREET WITH NO SHOP ON THE CORNER    Poem Text    
First Line: Mountains I had not seen, nor the sea
Subject(s): Children; Childhood


THE SWEETNESS OF BOBBY HEFKA    Poem Text    
First Line: What do you make of little bobby hefka
Subject(s): Classmates; Racism; Schoolmates; Racial Prejudice; Bigotry


THE THREE CROWS    Poem Text    
First Line: At dawn my great aunt tsipie would rise and go
Subject(s): Birds; Crows


THE TOYS    Poem Text    
First Line: The crippled lady will forgive the boy
Subject(s): Pain; Toys; Suffering; Misery


THE TURNING    Poem Text    
First Line: Unknown faces in the street
Subject(s): Jews; Self; Judaism


THE TWO    Poem Text    
First Line: When he gets off work at packard, they meet
Subject(s): Man-woman Relationships; Restaurants; Language; Past; Grief; Male-female Relations; Cafes; Diners; Words; Vocabulary; Sorrow; Sadness


THE WATER'S CHANT    Poem Text    
First Line: Seven years ago I went into
Subject(s): Homecoming


THE WAY DOWN    Poem Text    
First Line: On the way down
Subject(s): Landscape; Farewell; Parting


THE WHOLE SOUL    Poem Text    
First Line: Is it long as a noodle
Subject(s): Soul


THEY FEED THEY LION    Poem Text    
First Line: Out of burlap sacks, out of bearing butter
Subject(s): Animals; Dreams; Food & Eating; Industry; Labor & Laborers; Lions; Nightmares; Work; Workers


THEY GOT OUR LEADER    Poem Text    
First Line: My creamed-skinned negro student
Subject(s): Malcolm X (Malcom Little) (1925-1965)


THIS WAR    Poem Text    
First Line: You go down to the grave
Subject(s): Death; Dead, The


TO A CHILD TRAPPED IN A BARBER SHOP    Poem Text    
First Line: You've gotten in through the transom
Last Line: It's just begun
Subject(s): Barbers; Children


TO CIPRIANO, IN THE WIND    Poem Text    
First Line: Where did your words go
Subject(s): Dry Cleaning & Dry Cleaners; Childhood Memories


TO P.L., 1916-1937; A SOLDIER OF THE REPUBLIC    Poem Text    
First Line: Gray earth peeping through snow
Subject(s): Spanish Civil War (1936-1939)


TOLD    Poem Text    
First Line: The air lay soffly on the green fur


TRISTAN    Poem Text    
First Line: In all sorts of weather tristan
Subject(s): Sea; Children; Desire; Friendship; Family Life; Ocean; Childhood; Relatives


UNFINISHED    Poem Text    
First Line: He lived with a pack of stray dogs up in the hills


WHAT WE DID TO WHAT WE WERE    Poem Text    
First Line: We pass through towering wheat
Subject(s): Railroads; Railways; Trains


WHAT WORK IS    Poem Text     Recitation by Author
First Line: We stand in the rain in a long line
Subject(s): Labor & Laborers; Work; Workers


WHERE WE LIVE NOW    Poem Text    
First Line: We live here because the houses
Subject(s): Home; Family Life; Relatives


WINTER WORDS    Poem Text    
First Line: Day after day in a high room between
Subject(s): Harlem (New York City); City & Town Life


WISTERIA    Poem Text    
First Line: The first purple wisteria
Subject(s): Longing; Wisteria


YOU CAN HAVE IT    Poem Text    
First Line: My brother comes home from work
Subject(s): Industry; Labor & Laborers; Work; Workers


ZAYDEE    Poem Text    
First Line: Why does the sea burn? Why do the hills cry?
Subject(s): Grandparents; Grandmothers; Grandfathers; Great Grandfathers; Great Grandmothers