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Author: CARR, JULIE
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Carr, Julie    Poet's Biography
20 poems available by this author


100 NOTES ON VIOLEBCE: 59    Poem Text    
First Line: The book about violence must be a book of quotations
Last Line: Agree to take me with you
Subject(s): Violence


44. HOW HE STANDS, CLOSE ENOUGH       
First Line: I was am and now in won't but while making am am nowhere toward
Last Line: Come the window the moon lies the tide is now we here we here


ANDY'S ACCIDENT       
First Line: Because his head grew double its size
Last Line: Of the rubber-footed stick %he'd whisper now %now


AUBADE       
First Line: Rise from indented cushion. Wheeling of pigeons in tandem
Last Line: (strange marriage: %his face so often obscured)


BATH       
First Line: When I woke in the dark
Last Line: But reflected light, while remaining %completely unharmed


BIRTHDAY POEM       
First Line: Usually I am elsewhere
Last Line: Summer is a gift I don't want to open
Subject(s): Birthdays; Family Life; Poetry And Poets


CONCEPTION FRAGMENT    Poem Text    
First Line: Daylight and tree buds
Last Line: In the open of your pregnancy
Subject(s): Pregnancy


DAY BEGAN (DEMETER SPEAKING)       
First Line: Day began with her singing, skirt at mid-calf
Last Line: And a dog on a leash, yanking free of its master's hand


DEATH FRAGMENT    Poem Text    
First Line: Furrows of ash and
Last Line: The heartbeat gallops / into our room
Subject(s): Death - Mothers


DEPARTURE: NEW YEAR       
First Line: Midnight: the sky breaks open, the prying apart
Last Line: There is a sense of a field, %but no field
Subject(s): Holidays; New Year


EVENT       
First Line: A motel in new mexico
Last Line: A gathering of cars hum together %in the irrepressible yellow
Subject(s): New Mexico


FIFTH SEASON       
First Line: On the radio an astronaut speaks
Last Line: The miraculous nature of the earth %as a sort of a %cocoon down there -
Subject(s): Astronauts


HOUSE/BOAT    Poem Text    
First Line: So we shoveled it. Climbed over it. When a boy's loved


HOUSE/BOAT       
First Line: So we shoveled it. Climbed over it, %when a boy's loved he is loved
Last Line: There was still so much to step through, %so much to mar


HOW WE BECAME       
First Line: Servants of vast flux %so I see it
Last Line: Slowly pushed upriver %by the squat determined tug


I WANT THIS CORNER EMPTY (PERSEPHONE SPEAKING)'    Poem Text    
Last Line: And in the bent backs of my knees
Subject(s): Nature; Wishes


I WANT THIS CORNER EMPTY (PERSEPHONE SPEAKING)'       
Last Line: My lost %heat does not hesitate
Subject(s): Nature; Wishes


LINES FOR THE NEW YEAR    Poem Text    
First Line: Consider the light, how it offers itself
Last Line: Stories set in funerals abd airplanes / together
Subject(s): New Year


LINES OF REFUSAL    Poem Text    
First Line: Nothing here, just the sound of the heat, the sound of the cars,


RED BOAT       
First Line: The sheep say no
Last Line: With the motor's growl - %high, diminishing
Subject(s): Boats