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Author: ANTIN, DAVID
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Antin, David    Poet's Biography
21 poems available by this author


6TH SEPARATION MEDITATION    Poem Text    
First Line: It appears whole


ALLEGORY    Poem Text    
First Line: That it was an allegory of his life is incontestable


CONSTRUCTIONS AND DISCOVERIES       
First Line: Morning and the jib of a crane


CURRENCY OF THE COUNTRY       
First Line: I only came in for this particular occasion
Last Line: Retired with a headache


DEFINITIONS FOR MANDY, SELS.       
First Line: Loss is an uintentional decline


DETERMINATION SUSPENSION DIVERSION DIGRESSION DESTRUCTION       
First Line: 1. Determination %when you say that someone is determined its not immediately
Last Line: And she doesnt say another word


DIALOGUE       
First Line: Ill explain something about this piece
Last Line: I like shows like that


ENDANGERED NOUNS       
First Line: The other day I looked out of the window and saw a
Last Line: And I'm not sure how long she was prepared to wait
Subject(s): Language


GAMBLING       
First Line: Im really glad it was the music department that invited me
Last Line: Into the hospital - they operated - and now hes dead


HOW LONG IS THE PRESENT       
First Line: Since I knew that I was coming to a bookfair I brought along a book
Last Line: But then I woke up and found it wasn't true


LIST OF THE DELUSIONS OF THE INSANE WHAT THEY ARE AFRAID       
First Line: The police %being poisoned
Last Line: That they have committed suicide of the soul


NOISE OF TIME       
First Line: I suppose most people know that when I come to a place I have
Last Line: Their attempt to recuperate losses from the noise of time


PASSENGERS       
First Line: Who are they
Last Line: A window an orange a shadow of an odor


PRIVATE OCCASION IN A PUBLIC PLACE       
First Line: I consider myself a poet but im not reading poetry
Last Line: Any poet - or as much as you can believe your wife - or your child - or yourself


RADICAL COHERENCY       
First Line: Don wellman wrote asking me if I would write


REAL ESTATE       
First Line: While I believe that what im doing depends essentially upon the event here
Last Line: Has been trying to protect from her all of this time


THE MARCHERS    Poem Text    
First Line: By walking together


THE SECOND HUNDRED: FOR SID LUFT    Poem Text    
First Line: There are two sides to every story and to abbreviate one side is to diminish a side of a


TUNING       
First Line: And you probably have no very good idea of what im going to talk about
Last Line: And I took the train back to new york


VALUE OF THE REAL THING       
First Line: I suppose its appropriate for me to talk here in front of these paintings
Last Line: I was certain she had driven those horses


WHO LISTENING OUT THERE       
First Line: This is not really the first time ive done a radio piece
Last Line: And she probably listening to this progam right now