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Author: SCHUYLER, JAMES
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Schuyler, James    Poet's Biography
53 poems available by this author


A HEAD    Poem Text    
First Line: A dead boy living among men as a man
Subject(s): Gays & Lesbians; Homoeroticism; Lesbians; Gay Women; Gay Men


A MAN IN BLUE    Poem Text     Recitation by Author
First Line: Under the french horns of a november afternoon
Subject(s): Music & Musicians


A POEM    Poem Text    
First Line: Tags of songs, like salvaged buttons
Subject(s): Women


A VIEW        Recitation by Author
First Line: How come a thickish tree
Subject(s): Gays & Lesbians


A WHITE CITY    Poem Text    
First Line: My thoughts turn south
Subject(s): Relationships


AMY LOWELL'S THOUGHTS       
First Line: The sea opened its lips
Variant Title(s): Amy Lowell Thoughts
Subject(s): Lowell, Amy (1874-1925)


APRIL    Poem Text    
First Line: The morning sky is clouding up
Subject(s): May (Month)


BERNINI    Poem Text    
First Line: Not one of the first, the inventors, the wonder-workers,
Subject(s): Bernini, Gian Lorenzo (1598-1680)


BURIED AT SPRINGS    Poem Text    
First Line: There is a hornet in the room
Subject(s): O'hara, Frank (1926-1966)


CAN I TEMPT YOU TO A POND WALK?    Poem Text    
First Line: Tender fingers ran up my ankle
Subject(s): Walking; Time


COMING NIGHT    Poem Text    
First Line: It darkens brother
Subject(s): Time


DEC. 28. 1974    Poem Text    
First Line: The plants against the light
Subject(s): Poetry & Poets


DEEP WINTER    Poem Text    
First Line: A starling drops
Subject(s): Winter


DESTITUTE PERU    Poem Text    
First Line: We pullmaned to peoria. Was
Subject(s): Railroads; Railways; Trains


DISTRACTION: AN ODE    Poem Text    
First Line: Http://sienese-shredder.Com/2/james_schuyler-poems.Html
Subject(s): Leopardi, Giacomo (1798-1837)


EMPATHY AND THE NEW YEAR    Poem Text     Recitation
First Line: Whitman took the cars


FEBRUARY    Poem Text     Recitation by Author
First Line: A chimney, breathing a little smoke
Subject(s): Winter; New York City; Manhattan; New York, New York; The Big Apple


FEELING NO PAIN    Poem Text    
First Line: Bless the ear doc
Subject(s): Illness; Ears; Medicine; Drugs, Prescription


FOREIGN PARTS    Poem Text    
First Line: Meat-eater, salt-licker, piped spring


FREELY ESPOUSING    Poem Text     Recitation by Author
First Line: A commingling sky
Subject(s): Popular Culture - United States; Social Commentaries; New York City; Manhattan; New York, New York; The Big Apple


GROWING DARK    Poem Text    
First Line: The grass shakes
Subject(s): Gays & Lesbians


HAVING MY SAY SO    Poem Text    
First Line: What a sweet dear good boy he is, I said aloud to the empty room.
Subject(s): Gays 7 Lesbians; Poetry & Poets


HAZE    Poem Text    
First Line: Hangs heavy / down into trees: dawn
Subject(s): Fog; Haze


HYMN TO LIFE    Poem Text     Recitation by Author
First Line: The wind rests its cheek upon the ground and feels the cool damp
Subject(s): Conduct Of Life


I AM KEENLY DISAPPOINTED. I EAGERLY AWAIT    Poem Text    
First Line: Zug. / zumph. These words
Subject(s): Farm Life; Comic Strips; Agriculture; Farmers


I THINK    Poem Text    
First Line: I will write you a letter
Subject(s): Spring


IN WHITE CITY    Poem Text    
First Line: My thoughts turn south
Variant Title(s): A White City
Subject(s): Dreams; Snow; Nightmares


IN WIRY WINTER    Poem Text    
First Line: The shadow of a bird
Subject(s): Winter; Birds


JULY SIXTH    Poem Text    
First Line: The window looks over an arbor. The grape leaves, bluish-green on one
Subject(s): Nature


KOREAN MUMS    Poem Text     Recitation by Author
First Line: Beside me in this garden
Subject(s): Chrysanthemums


LET'S ALL HEAR IT FOR MILDRED BAILEY    Poem Text     Recitation by Author
First Line: The men's can at cafe society uptown
Last Line: In a world gone wrong.
Subject(s): Bailey, Mildred [rinker] (1907-1951); Jazz; Music & Musicians


LETTER TO A FRIEND: WHO IS NANCY DAUM?        Recitation by Author
First Line: All things are real
Subject(s): Gays & Lesbians; Homoeroticism; Lesbians; Gay Women; Gay Men


LIGHT NIGHT    Poem Text    
First Line: A tree, enamel needles,
Subject(s): Night; Bedtime


LOVE'S PHOTOGRAPH (OR FATHER AND SON)    Poem Text    
First Line: Detected little things: a peach-pit
Subject(s): Fathers & Sons; Photography & Photographs


MAY, 1972    Poem Text    
First Line: Soft may mists are here again
Subject(s): Vietnamese Conflict, 1961-1975


NOW AND THEN    Poem Text     Recitation by Author
First Line: Up from the valley
Subject(s): Surgery, Plastic; Social Commentaries; Human Behavior; Social Classes; Cosmetic Sugery; Face Lifts; Conduct Of Life; Human Nature; Caste


POEM    Poem Text    
First Line: Your enchantment
Subject(s): Gays & Lesbians


RUNNING FOOTSTEPS    Poem Text    
First Line: A thin brown stain
Subject(s): Rain; Fear


SALUTE    Poem Text     Recitation
First Line: Past is past, and if one
Subject(s): Past


SCARLATTI    Poem Text    
First Line: Last night / locked in
Subject(s): Music & Musicians; Scarlatti, Domenico (1685-1757)


SEEKING    Poem Text    
First Line: For old new england
Subject(s): New England


SO GOOD    Poem Text    
First Line: Sing to me
Subject(s): Weather; Birds; Grandparents; Grandmothers; Grandfathers; Great Grandfathers; Great Grandmothers


SOMETIMES    Poem Text    
First Line: I remember the synagogue at amsterdam
Last Line: Came into the world
Subject(s): Amsterdam, Netherlands; Synagogues


SUNDAY    Poem Text    
First Line: The mint bed is in


SWEET ROUMANIAN TONGUE    Poem Text    
First Line: Drew down the curse of heaven on her umbrella
Subject(s): Rain; Wasps; Yellow Jackets


TEARS, OILY TEARS ...    Poem Text    
First Line: Crying is a habit with me.
Subject(s): Crying


THE CRYSTAL LITHIUM    Poem Text     Recitation
First Line: The smell of snow, stinging in nostrils as the wind lifts it from a beach
Subject(s): Chemical Elements; Snow


THE EDGE IN THE MORNING    Poem Text    
First Line: Walking to the edge with a cup of coffee
Subject(s): Morning


THE PAYNE WHITNEY POEMS: SLEEP    Poem Text    
First Line: The friends who come to see you
Last Line: Give my love to, oh, anybody
Subject(s): Gays & Lesbians


THE VILLAGE    Poem Text    
First Line: Hate greenwich village like vachel lindsay said
Subject(s): Greenwich Village, New York City; Ginsberg, Allen (1926-1997)


TOM       
First Line: A key. The door. Open
Subject(s): Desire; Gays & Lesbians; Homoeroticism; Lesbians; Gay Women; Gay Men


UNNUMBERED WARD    Poem Text    
First Line: And accustomed ungentle hands of two blue-uniformed attendants
Subject(s): Hospitals


YELLOW FLOWERS        Recitation by Author
First Line: Pie-wedge petals
Subject(s): Flowers; Gardens & Gardening