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Author: DI PASQUALE, EMANUEL
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Di Pasquale, Emanuel    Poet's Biography
Alternate Author Name(s): Pasquale, Emanuel Di
46 poems available by this author


AS FOR YOUR DOCTOR H., I HAVE STARTED       
Last Line: And after that of you moving slowly, deeply in me


BRIGHT ORANGE       
First Line: The unharnessed berry explodes off screen
Last Line: Of the one drop of blood in their hearts


BROTHER OF ACHILLES,       
Last Line: Had a feel for the gods.)


CRYSTAL CUT TODAY, SHARP, BLUE,       
Last Line: Of the people in my house


DID YOU FIND A BLACK GLOVE       
Last Line: Brown eyes, soft hair


EXTENDED MEMORY       
First Line: When it was time to ride the horse, I said to my friend
Last Line: Or shoot out their flames. She heard door knobs %no one elseheard. And my father stayed dead


FATHER'S MAGIC       
First Line: Hundreds of starlings %landed on my trees
Last Line: And all the starlings %flew away
Subject(s): Fathers


FIREWORKS FOR SAINT JOHN       
First Line: From garden to garden how cleverly
Last Line: Like an arrow in flight


FIRST JANUARY WALK       
First Line: I've been out walking
Subject(s): Holidays; New Year


FIRST SURF    Poem Text    
First Line: A little sparrow / attempting his
Last Line: Fearful for my children
Subject(s): Family Life; Relatives


FIRST SURF       
First Line: A little sparrow %attempting his
Subject(s): Family Life


FOR LAURA    Poem Text    
First Line: Lighter than june winds


HEY, YOU IN YOUR RED SOCKS       
Last Line: Of experience


HORTICULTURAL GARDEN       
First Line: The piercing cry of the caged, restless
Last Line: That neither saves nor bewitches


I PLAYED WITH MY CHILDREN       
Last Line: My ass was flat.)


I SENT YOU YELLOW MUMS       
Last Line: My yellow light with you


I STRUGGLE IN THE MOUNTAINS       
Last Line: At dusk


I WRITE WITH YOUR PEN IN YOUR APARTMENT       
Last Line: Despair, but you had left a new one by the door for me


I'LL MAIL YOU A SMALL       
Last Line: Barter with me: send me a poem!


IDEA OF THE SEA       
First Line: In summer, it freezes thrills and the soul's desires
Last Line: And the memories are a bother


INCANTATION TO GET RID OF A SOMETIME FRIEND       
First Line: Peel off me
Last Line: Unwatered %weed
Subject(s): Hate


JESUS, I'M ALIVE!       
Last Line: Your skin.)


LEAVES ARE DOWN NOW, AND THE LAKE SPARKLES       
Last Line: Just in case we can break down another wall


LETTER FROM SICILY       
First Line: We haven't eaten the grape
Subject(s): Friendship


LISTEN, YOU - I REMEMBER YOU SAYING       
Last Line: And mildly horrified at myself


MAD WITH SWEET JOHN CLARE       
First Line: Awake, john clare, awake
Last Line: Look for the lizard-tongued grass, %the hawk in open flight
Subject(s): Nature


MY CAT, ROBIN HOOD       
First Line: My cat is a tough hood
Subject(s): Animals; Cats


MY DAUGHTER IS KILLING ME NOISILY -       
Last Line: Even the 2 boats are second hand


MY MOTHER'S NIGHTMARES       
First Line: Horses gallop on her body
Last Line: Of her dead husband %break down her doors. %red-hatted monks leer


RAIN    Poem Text    
First Line: Like a drummer's brush,
Subject(s): Rain


RAIN       
First Line: Like a drummer's brush
Last Line: The rain hushes the surface of tin porches


RECEIVED YOUR LETTER - LOPSIDED ON THE PAPER,       
Last Line: Clear of obstructions and collisions


REVISE YOUR POEMS, EMAN.       
Last Line: A new ... Life.


TREASURE THE DIVINE IN YOU,       
Last Line: On linoleum


VALENTINE THOUGHTS FOR MARI    Poem Text    
First Line: I'd like to bunch your lips
Last Line: It's silvery play
Subject(s): Holidays; Valentine's Day


VALENTINE THOUGHTS FOR MARI       
First Line: I'd like to bunch your lips
Subject(s): Holidays; Valentine's Day


WALKING ALONG THE NORTH STAR       
Last Line: Has fallen down on his back


WE BEGAN THE MORNING WITH A SAPPHIRE SKY,       
Last Line: $5.95, he said), I knew I was in trouble


WHEN I SAW THE ILIAD ON YOUR BATHROOM FLOOR, I       
Last Line: You now


YES, I GUESS IT IS IMPORTANT THAT OUR GENITALS GET IT TOGETHER -       
Last Line: Part lunatic


YOU ALWAYS SOUND ANGRY OVER THE PHONE.       
Last Line: It's your bed I want right now


YOU CIRCLING THE PARKING LOT,       
Last Line: The swirl of lights and darkness


YOU IN YOUR LIVING ROOM - ALL THAT WHITENESS       
Last Line: Be strong and brave, swift and steady


YOU MUST UNDERSTAND - I ADORE MY CHILDREN       
Last Line: Pummeling me.)


YOU REMIND ME SOMETIMES OF A BOY -       
Last Line: (is that why you packed your bags?)


YOU WITH THE WINGED FEET,       
Last Line: Get better with our genital love)