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Author: MORLEY, HILDA
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Morley, Hilda    Poet's Biography
Alternate Author Name(s): Auerbach, Hilda; Wolpe, Stefan, Mrs.
17 poems available by this author


AND I IN MY BED AGAIN    Poem Text    
First Line: Last night / tossed in
Last Line: Wind from the east
Subject(s): Night; Rain


EGRETS, ANTIGUA    Poem Text    
First Line: With what pleasure
Last Line: Tireless
Subject(s): Antigua; Egrets


FOR CREELEY       
First Line: Whatever 'wandering minstrel' look in
Subject(s): Creeley, Robert (B. 1926)


FOR FEDERICO GARCIA LORCA       
First Line: For years now / I have been
Subject(s): Garcia Lorca, Federico (1898-1936)


FOR GIACOMETTI       
First Line: That head, / mountain, or
Subject(s): Giacometti, Albetro (1901-1966)


FOR MARINA TSVETAEVA       
First Line: A spurt of lightning this evening
Subject(s): Tsvetayeva, Marina (1892-1941)


FOR PASOLINI       
First Line: Pier paolo pasolini, / I've tried to
Subject(s): Pasolini, Pier Paolo (1922-1975)


FOR PIET MONDRIAN       
First Line: From the beginning, / the horizontal
Subject(s): Mondrian, Piet (1872-1944)


FOR ROBERT DUNCAN 1919-1988       
First Line: Not looking at me, - but always
Subject(s): Duncan, Robert (1919-1988)


FOR SIMONE WEIL       
First Line: Would you / perhaps / write for the poor
Subject(s): Weil, Simone (1909-1943)


FOR W.C. WILLIAMS    Poem Text    
First Line: In all the deepest thrusting
Last Line: Of this, make it of this
Subject(s): Williams, William Carlos (1883-1963)


HANUKKAH    Poem Text    
First Line: This season for us, the jews
Last Line: Drop of fuel enough to leap from
Subject(s): Hanukkah; Jews


NEW YORK SUBWAY    Poem Text    
First Line: The beauty of people in the subway
Subject(s): Subway; New York City; Manhattan; New York, New York; The Big Apple


SONG OF THE TERRIBLE    Poem Text    
First Line: Finally, the fine went up
Subject(s): Accidents; Love


THAT BRIGHT GREY EYE    Poem Text    
First Line: The grey sky, lighter & darker
Last Line: Is a munificence now, / is justified
Subject(s): Aging; Activity


THE WHITENESS    Poem Text    
First Line: Deep, deep under white now I longed to be
Subject(s): Snow; City & Town Life


WINTER STOLSICE    Poem Text    
First Line: A cold night crosses
Last Line: (the dance unmoving)
Subject(s): Winter; Cold; Moon; Earth