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Author: CERAVOLO, JOSEPH
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Ceravolo, Joseph    Poet's Biography
71 poems available by this author


AUTUMN BREAK       
First Line: For who can human back
Last Line: The leaves keep falling %from the trees


AUTUMN-TIME, WIND AND THE PLANET PLUTO       
First Line: Like a spear afterwards
Last Line: Sun testicles next %of splashes


BOOK III FROM FITS OF DAWN       
First Line: The green lake is awake
Last Line: Villanous level joyful %as the town so play


BOOK OF WILD FLOWERS       
First Line: I can't live blossoming drunk
Last Line: Against - oh hum of dawn %against the knoll


CAUGHT IN THE SWAMP       
First Line: High is the dark clouds
Last Line: Is it the bed?


CHAINS OF MOUNTAINS       
First Line: The clouds are panting
Last Line: But I hear no mountains


CONTRAST       
First Line: It's here in whatever shoots come up
Last Line: Against my raw heart


COOL BREEZE       
First Line: In the night %in the day
Last Line: The children are still warm


CROCUS TURN AND GODS (FROM BOOK III OF FITS OF DAWN)       
First Line: Toy for the raking gully
Last Line: That grain %o %breathe


CROSS FIRE       
First Line: This is the second day without anyone
Last Line: For my soul to get through


DANGERS OF THE JOURNEY TO THE HAPPY LAND       
First Line: Talk of energy. Mayan sub-flower
Last Line: Mayan sub-flowers in %the shade


DATA       
First Line: To indicate is to
Last Line: Divine each day, no control, %but in another world


DON'T BREAK IT       
First Line: He played with a toy - they bought
Last Line: Plastic clouds into the dark moony %trees


DOWN       
First Line: The rain falls
Last Line: By the heaviest drops


DRUNKEN WINTER    Poem Text    
First Line: Oak oak! Like like
Subject(s): Oak Trees


DRUNKEN WINTER       
First Line: Oak oak! Like like
Last Line: Of again %oak sky
Subject(s): Oak Trees


DUSK       
First Line: Before the dusk grows deeper
Last Line: A tiger moth, now another and another - another


FILL AND ILLUMINED    Poem Text    
First Line: God created his image
Last Line: Yet there is no joy
Subject(s): Bible; Religion; Theology


FILL AND ILLUMINED       
First Line: God created his image
Last Line: Yet there is no joy
Subject(s): Bible; Religion


FIRE OF MYSELF       
First Line: What I miss most is
Last Line: Into the land %of pure migration


FLOATING GARDENS       
First Line: Sailing sailing
Last Line: Through open window self


FLY       
First Line: The lights are on
Last Line: Energy, full of light alight


GEOLOGICAL HYMN       
First Line: The wine is gone
Last Line: In this geological kiss


GRASS       
First Line: What good is it comprising myself
Last Line: Energy, pulling through snowing clouds


GREEN LAKE IS AWAKE       
First Line: The womb can %remind you of mosquitoes
Last Line: How different each %crumb is here in %its beak


GROW       
First Line: I fight and fight
Last Line: Alone with the desert and %the metaphysical cigarette


HAPPINESS IN THE TREES       
First Line: O height dispersed and head
Last Line: In the velocity of rest


HEART FEELS THE WATER       
First Line: The fish are staying here
Last Line: The line of the water and the air %told!


HO HO HO CARIBOU    Poem Text    
First Line: Leaped at the caribou
Subject(s): Raindeer


HO HO HO CARIBOU       
First Line: Leaped at the caribou
Last Line: The same place, never %stop!


I LIKE TO COLLAPSE       
First Line: Saturday night - I buy a soda
Last Line: Avenue a is near the river


IN MY CRIB       
First Line: Autumn is very - wild though
Last Line: Like? I am sitting %in my house


INDIAN SUFFERING       
First Line: Look, ah, dry
Last Line: Ugly boy a magic


IT IS MORNING       
First Line: Too late %hard fish
Last Line: Where did they go


LIGHTHOUSE       
First Line: All this summer fun
Last Line: And we in the other %facing the - flash %flash


MAY       
First Line: I am lost %I had swum before
Last Line: Sapphire, oxidation. Million


MEADOWLANDS       
First Line: Only a few song birds are out
Last Line: Only the wind mixed with salt: %only the stars


MIGRATORY NOON       
First Line: Cold and the cranes
Last Line: In the reincarnate %blossoms of the cold?


NEW REALISM       
First Line: A coyote's song
Last Line: Of earth's magnified fall


NIGHT BIRDS       
First Line: While the animals rest
Last Line: Come here like they do %every night, like we do


NOTE FROM ST. FRANCIS       
First Line: In the world today
Last Line: Believable in the passionate night


O HEART UNCOVERED    Poem Text    
First Line: We lived in province snow range
Subject(s): Patriotism


O HEART UNCOVERED       
First Line: We lived in province snow range
Last Line: From the mountains and clouds


OCEAN       
First Line: I paid you off
Last Line: Yes! They end on the shore


PAIN SONGS       
First Line: Back; gone country around
Last Line: Flashes of returning %come with the birds


PARK THOUGHTS       
First Line: O clouds above these trees
Last Line: O, what bullshit! %ah, what solitude!


PASSION FOR THE SKY       
First Line: You are near me. The night
Last Line: Where do we go from here? %blue irises


PASSIVATION       
First Line: O great world that trains me! That loses my
Last Line: The bumblebee in the sun's cause?


PREGNANT, I COME       
First Line: I come to you
Last Line: Is the baby singing in you? Yet


RAILWAY STOP (ORANGE, N.J.)       
First Line: Two students kiss goodbye
Last Line: Morning mixes into night %the world of sorrows begins to part


RED SUN       
First Line: You can't take me with a look
Last Line: More vivid than this goddess's eye


RIFLE SHOT       
First Line: What you can't have is what
Last Line: Quicker than a spirit leaves %the beauty of your face


RISK       
First Line: It is made up of (in our latitude)
Last Line: Nearly concocted colder than night %o summer


ROUTE       
First Line: There were more dirty %things they were dirty
Last Line: Our cheeks hurrah!


RTE. 3 INTO N. Y.       
First Line: 7:53, 36 degrees
Last Line: From hoffman laroche %pharmaceuticals


SEA LEVEL       
First Line: Bush %she is not wearing
Last Line: Leopard and banging kissing to be yours


SONG OF AUTUMN       
First Line: A dog disappears
Last Line: Loose sensations for their stems


SOUL IN MIGRATION       
First Line: How many sights
Last Line: At the beginning of a new day: %a wave, %a splash


SPRING       
First Line: All I will amount to: knowing
Last Line: The winter wind %is green


SPRING IN THIS WORLD OF POOR MUTTS       
First Line: I kiss your lips
Last Line: Iron bug, through the spring


STAR SONG       
First Line: December! End! %this %beneath my house
Last Line: And as %in the - %o stars


STILL LIFE       
First Line: O hydrant, how strange it is
Last Line: And fool the continuity of love


STRUGGLING       
First Line: We are going - the park
Last Line: We cannot move our eyes


THE WIND IS BLOWING WEST    Poem Text    
First Line: I am trying to decide to go swimming
Last Line: Just going in
Subject(s): Seashore; Beach; Coast; Shore


WARMTH       
First Line: There's nothing to love in this
Last Line: Because there is %in this rice spring


WATER: HOW WEATHER FEELS THE COTTON HOTELS       
First Line: The woodwind light
Last Line: Walk over me I %feel what earth


WHAT IT'S LIKE       
First Line: The squirrel leaping frightens


WHITE FISH IN REEDS       
First Line: Hold me %till only, these are my
Last Line: Although I do not %love flowers


WILD PROVOKE OF THE ENDURANCE SKY       
First Line: Be uncovered! %hoe with look life! Sun rises
Last Line: Wild provoke of the endurance sky!


WIND IS BLOWING WEST       
First Line: I am trying to decide to go swimming
Last Line: I am just coming %just going in
Subject(s): Seashore


WINTER       
First Line: Ask the sun why today
Last Line: Of love in the human race