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Author: EIGNER, LARRY
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Eigner, Larry    Poet's Biography
395 poems available by this author


#NAME?       
First Line: That's the back door, yes
Last Line: The voices spread out


#NAME?       
First Line: Let in the door
Last Line: For use %sometimes


/ HEIGHT...       
Last Line: Steps %stars


/ INTERESTING BAD NEWS       
Last Line: How many philosophers out in the west


3-YEAR OLD       
First Line: Screaming
Last Line: Taking a ride


8 MINUTES AGO THE SUN       
Last Line: All over town again


A FETE    Poem Text    
First Line: The children were frightened by crescendoes


A STRUCTURED FIELD        Recitation by Author


A TEMPORARY LANGUAGE        Recitation by Author


ABSOLUTES ARE NOTHING / LIKE THE SKY       
Last Line: Branches %shining


ACHES AND PAINS       
Last Line: Cloud inches the window


AFTER ONITSURA       
Last Line: Pain in the neck


AFTER SHIKI       
First Line: Coming to see the cherries %he had his money-bags stolen
Last Line: It's too bad %the man from the country


AGAIN -- AND -- AGAIN / PRETTY -- SOON       
First Line: Too much of everything
Last Line: What's this come next


AGAIN DAWN    Poem Text     Recitation by Author
First Line: The sky dropped
Subject(s): Dawn; Sunrise


AH, SO, YES       
Last Line: Jedo crt %ny %c


AIR A BATH YOU TOOK       
Last Line: Then there's wind but still no cloud


ALL INTENTS        Recitation


ALL MY LIFE       
Last Line: Across a time


AMONG VARIOUS HILLS       
Last Line: Crooked the %end of the street


AND HERE COMES A / WASHBOARD       
Last Line: A ghost for the dog days


ANIMALS / WHEN PETS       
Last Line: Roaming %at will


ANIMATES / SQUIRRELS AND PHONE WIRES AND BIRDS       
Last Line: Wind in %the morning %pipes


ANYTHING ON ITS SIDE       
First Line: Take it %every atom of me


ANYTIME       
First Line: Slow -- poking around the bush
Last Line: Is there too much of the sky


APRIL 2 78    Poem Text    
First Line: Wind huge outside since when


ARMS / IN A WALTZ       
Last Line: Punctuate %92 %going on


AROUND THE FRAMES        Recitation by Author


AS THOREAU MIGHT SAY       
First Line: Cool it
Last Line: Whoever can


AT / THE WINDOW       
Last Line: Little enough lost where


AT DEATH'S OLSON        Recitation by Author


AT THE BEACH I SAW       
Last Line: Island of cloud


AUG ../ FOR BERNARD / HEMENSLEY       
Last Line: Of familiar bits


AUG 19 90 1691       
First Line: Cloud rumped
Last Line: Without stir %in the sun %besides the sun


AUGUST 6-8 78    Poem Text    
First Line: Maybe/words and things among us go


B    Poem Text    
First Line: Is it serious or funny?


B       
First Line: Is it serious, or funny?


BARE TREE / ALTERNATE       
Last Line: And then the individual %identity %clearing


BATHWATER / NEXTDOOR       
Last Line: Green %tree %talk


BEAUTIFUL BOOKS       
Last Line: Like everything else


BEAUX TEMPS MONTGOMERY ET BASHO       
Last Line: A frog welcomes


BEEN -- OVER -- AND --OVER -- AGAIN       
First Line: Pick between %calling life
Last Line: Even at the end


BIBLE       
Last Line: Thicknesses, of the sunday paper


BIG -- WIND -- IN -- THE -- TREETOPS       
First Line: What shapes
Last Line: The outside sound


BIG / BIG       
Last Line: Swallow


BIG EAVES       
Last Line: And it gets harder


BIG OBLONG BOX       
First Line: A goodwill truck
Last Line: Whatever's inside


BIG ON PLAYBACK       
Last Line: Tickling -- the ear


BIG RELIGIOUS DIFFERENCES       
Last Line: Stimulus %imagination


BIG SLEEP       
First Line: Walking around
Last Line: Everywhere beyond


BIRD FLIGHT       
Last Line: Across the street


BIRD TOP / THE TREE LINE       
Last Line: All %bright %morning


BIRDS        Recitation by Author
Subject(s): Birds


BIRDS / A GOOD DISTANCE FROM       
Last Line: Clothed %yellow %green


BIRDS / UP IN THE AIR       
Last Line: Now there'll be snow


BIRDS LIKE LEAVES ON BARE TWIGS       
Last Line: The others look small, buds


BLANKET       
First Line: The o lym pi c system's becoming persuasive
Last Line: Words vaporize as you try to see all through them


BLUE CAN THE       
Last Line: The house %paint gleams %out


BOOKSHELF       
First Line: Is this biomass
Last Line: Has extra room


BOWELS       
Last Line: J'ai 50 ans


BOX OF R R TRACKS       
First Line: Crane %garage -- pump
Last Line: Bridgewater %conveying goods


BREATHING INVISIBLE SMOKE       
Last Line: Bush flower -- and tree


BRIGHT AFTERNOON       
First Line: A motorbike
Last Line: Shadow


BRIGHT MOON -- SKY       
Last Line: Some light -- is the fog sea


BUILD-UP -- PILEUP       
Last Line: Poking along by the fence


BUSY -- DAYLIGHT -- LICKING       
Last Line: It walks off


BUSY HOUR       
Last Line: And people enough walking


CAR -- PEN -- T -- ER       
First Line: Ships above earth
Last Line: Parallel %smoke


CAR STUCK / HORN / FINE       
Last Line: You can't really track years


CAR WINDOW / LAST SEEN       
Last Line: Shapes and too sizes


CAT       
Last Line: Move in %on %a tree


CAT       
First Line: Always a bee-line


CAT -- ROLL       
First Line: Imagine to feel
Last Line: Morning %outdoors


CAT ALL WET       
Last Line: Over and over


CAT OUTLINE       
Last Line: Not quite asleep


CHANGE OF LIFE? AH / LIVING CHANGES -- AH       
Last Line: Against the dull trees


CLOSED SYSTEM / OF EARTH       
Last Line: In all proportion %the outsized man


CLOUD -- THE WIND       
Last Line: Marches %all %over


CLOUDS / WINDY       
Last Line: Bound for somewhere


COMMON SENSE        Recitation by Author


CONTACT COMMUNICATION        Recitation by Author


COOL NEAR / THE WINDOW -- THAT'S / THE CLIMATE       
Last Line: Where the stars are


CORNER / STOP-SIGN       
Last Line: Arrowy traffic %on the bigger road


CORNER STORE ROSES ON / SALE       
Last Line: On the eave


CRAZY OPPORTUNITY       
First Line: Daily around


DARK SWIMMERS       
Last Line: The toppled clouds %the squared mountain


DECEMBER 2-3 1992    Poem Text    
First Line: The whole orchestra


DETECTING       
First Line: Boredom %in a degree
Last Line: Letting things go


DIFFERENT VOICES       
First Line: Billions, people
Last Line: (millions, cats


DO IT YRSELF       
First Line: Now they have two cars to clean
Last Line: They are taller than their cars


DON'T GO       
Last Line: Stars shone %on deadly fish


DOORKNOBS -- ABOUT / ALL THERE IS       
Last Line: Around the clock %gulls


DORDOGNE / AIRY WEIGHTS MOVED HOME       
Last Line: Clouds %skies


DOT       
First Line: A glimpse is space
Last Line: Thing to see


DOWN A LONG WAY       
Last Line: Look at %the glory


DRIVE YOU / UP / THE WALL       
Last Line: On top %too


DYING        Recitation by Author
Subject(s): Death; Dead, The


EAVE END       
Last Line: The overcast sky


ECHO OF       
Last Line: Another turn


EIGHT POEMS    Poem Text    
First Line: Summer and winter


ELECTRIC SHAVER FANATICALLY       
Last Line: After this much time getting dog-eared


END HISTORY ABOUT LIKE ANY OTHER POINT       
First Line: The line between
Last Line: -- night -- day -- '...Armies...'


END OF A STORY, THE GROUND       
Last Line: The future of death can be


ENOUGH / VOLUNTARY REMARK       
Last Line: If there's no whatever time


ENOUGH NEW        Recitation by Author


ENVIRON S    Poem Text    
First Line: Many shapes of wings


ENVIRON S       
First Line: Many shapes of wings


EVERYBODY DIES        Recitation by Author


EVERYPLACE A CENTER'       
First Line: Beginning of
Last Line: Back on %itself


EVERYTHING LIKE / TIME -- OUT       
Last Line: A constant thing


EVERYTHING YOU CAN'T HAVE       
Last Line: As it puts you to sleep


FAIRLY LONG       
First Line: Legs hanging down
Last Line: Then even when it stops


FARTHER PAST NOW       
Last Line: Whatever worth


FAST AND SLOW       
Last Line: The healing taste of sleep


FEATHERY SKY       
Last Line: Or the quick breeze


FEEL LIKE GOING OFF       
Last Line: In another direction still


FETE       
First Line: The children were frightened by crescendoes


FIRE AIR EARTH AND WATER       
Last Line: The appearance of %dawn


FIVE POEMS    Poem Text    
First Line: The baby cries he


FLAKE DIAMOND OF / THE SEA       
Last Line: In quiet - smells %a little way


FLAT -- UNROOFED BODY       
Last Line: Manage this big thing


FLEERING SNOW       
Last Line: Of the garage


FLY FREE       
Last Line: To let live


FOG       
First Line: Spread up
Last Line: Beyond %cloud


FOG/CLOUD THROUGH       
Last Line: On a dull day


FOOTBALL / CROWDED       
Last Line: People like to feel horny? %yes and no


FOOTSTEPS -- A DOG BARK       
Last Line: Dawn's come


FREEDOM -- AGING       
Last Line: Of this mountain


FROM TAGO-NO-URA       
Last Line: Snow reared fallen is


FROM THE SUSTAINING AIR       
Last Line: I am, finally, an incompetent, after all


FULL LIFE / TAKEN LITTLE BY LITTLE       
Last Line: The pieces -- wholes


FUTILITY, FUTURITY, POSTERITY       
Last Line: Too long or too short


GETTING OLD       
First Line: Poems about %fences and vines
Last Line: To a slow wind


GLASS / BY GLASS       
Last Line: So many thoughts %to ac- %cept


GLIDING A MOMENT       
Last Line: And short and swift


GLUTTONY       
First Line: Maybe
Last Line: Growing young


GOING       
First Line: Sirens somewhere
Last Line: Out of san francisco


GOING OUT       
First Line: All these small worlds


GONE       
First Line: The world under the sky


GOOD       
First Line: I've had the bagel and I've eaten it too


GOOD FOOD       
First Line: (ambrosia %manna from)
Last Line: From the bottom of the hole


HAPPY CHICKEN       
Last Line: Tasting so good


HAYFEVER       
First Line: Overwhelmed with %onions
Last Line: Let alone the moon


HEAT UP AND MAKE SPREAD FAST       
Last Line: Seeing the black holes


HERE -- I -- GO -- AGAIN       
First Line: What to make of
Last Line: Or the whole world for that matter


HERE AND THERE       
Last Line: The stars shift


HOMER PLAYING / VIOLIN       
Last Line: He had a voice


HORIZONS IN HOLLAND       
Last Line: Winds %thistles


HOT DAY / O BOY / EXPANSION       
Last Line: Swinging the arm


HOTRODS        Recitation


HOURS, KEEPERS OF HEAVEN       
First Line: Time is lost
Last Line: Some brought him back alive


HOW       
First Line: Easy to
Last Line: Tone -- in %becoming


HOW I READ LARRY EIGNER       
First Line: Music is human in the event' (of the poem?) it says somewhere
Last Line: Mountains and plains, a wonder %pain in the neck


HOW MUCH A SQUIRREL        Recitation by Author
Subject(s): Squirrels


HOW WAS -- DID       
Last Line: The phonepole next door to the chimney %sizable too


HU -- MAN -- CND -IT N       
Last Line: Mean something


HUMPTY DUMPTY       
Last Line: Where you can stay


I FORGET WHAT       
Last Line: The moon mild -- an eye


I HAVE FELT IT AS THEY'VE SAID       
Last Line: I break out with a man's cry


I RIDE I       
Last Line: Maximum length every %light spreads


I SUDDENLY SHIFTED POSITION AND       
Last Line: Really have to go


I WANT TO GO HOME WOKE       
Last Line: Is there sweat in your sleep


I WAS ABLE TO       
Last Line: When it returns


IMAGINE YOU SEE RAIN       
Last Line: On a bright day


IN RE -- COMPLACENT PEOPLE       
Last Line: Understanding %passes %imagination


IN THE MAW       
First Line: Tasting
Last Line: Betwen meals


INTACT       
First Line: There are both memories and
Last Line: There have been


INTERSECTIONS OF FORMS       
Last Line: Though some slide off


INTIMATIONS       
First Line: Child in the drive blue
Last Line: Will gulp up the whole earth


IT'S JUST A / CAR GOING BY       
Last Line: Heads and tails


ITCH IS THE ITCH IS THE ITCH IS THE ITCH       
Last Line: Sea -- tunnel -- cloud


JULY 26-7 93    Poem Text     Recitation
First Line: Oblong windows lit


JUST A FEW FLOORS       
Last Line: You come in when it rains


KEEP ME STILL, FOR I DO NOT WANT TO DREAM       
First Line: I live in this house, walls being plastered


KNIFE WOUND       
First Line: Healing -- pain in his hide every once in a while
Last Line: Even as the earth circles %spinning


LEGISLATOR BODHISATTVA       
First Line: The greatest machine in the world
Last Line: Bounds -- dust -- smoke


LETTER FOR DUNCAN       
First Line: Just because I forget
Last Line: You'll always go to sleep %more times than you'll wake


LIKE BUSON SAID       
Last Line: Candle %said


LITTLE       
First Line: Real oblivious bird
Last Line: Reflecting the deep blue sky


LONG (MACRO)       
First Line: Traffic passing %I -- was
Last Line: In -- under


LONG LIFE (HISTORY)       
Last Line: How many


LONG TONGUE -- THE KITE       
Last Line: How many fires %on earth %whirling eyes


LOOKOUT / PLACE / FOR / JONATHAN       
Last Line: With what %small weight


LOUDEST WIND OF THE YEAR       
Last Line: Maples creak, -- vine, -- trellis


LOVE CHILDREN        Recitation
Subject(s): Children; Childhood


LOWER THE LEVEL SOME A LITTLE       
Last Line: Tickle grows itch


MADE / UNIFORMLY / TIME       
Last Line: In mirroring selves


MAGNETIC LINES        Recitation by Author


MAY 8-24 90 1685       
First Line: A fly free some time on the window
Last Line: A gate %swinging back %father %to let live


MEMORY       
First Line: The sky more open
Last Line: To cut it down


METAMORPHOSIS       
First Line: The cat's joints
Last Line: Enough known


MIRROR -- WINDOW BESIDE       
Last Line: The corridor passes the bend


MOMENT OF       
First Line: Sound %travelled
Last Line: A car door %creaks


MOMENTS       
Last Line: The cat %grows in


MOON / BRIGHT ENOUGH       
Last Line: How many %times it falls


MOON'S RISEN       
Last Line: As it seems now


MORE AND MORE       
Last Line: Sun and rain


MORNING -- DARK -- SEA -- AIR COVER -- SMOKE       
Last Line: Abundant white


MORNING / AGAIN       
Last Line: Morning


MOTH NIGHT / BUTTERFLY MORNINGS       
Last Line: Beyond the birds the sea sounds %the bays


MOTOCYCLISTS!       
First Line: A dozen blocks
Last Line: Sheet %lightening


MOVIE TURNED / WALLS / SUDDEN       
Last Line: Station %park %runway


MUSIC IS HUMAN        Recitation by Author
Subject(s): Music & Musicians


MY OWN THOUGHTS AND VISIONS THEN       
Last Line: So long ago at last


NEAR/FAR AND WIDE       
Last Line: Some intermittent sound


NEEDLE GETTING STUCK -- RADIO       
Last Line: Miles are enormous


NEIGHBORS       
First Line: O it's %ignition
Last Line: But outdoors


NEWS THROUGH THE HEAD       
First Line: There's no
Last Line: Answer


NO CLOUDS CROSS THE SKY       
Last Line: Space %buildings %windows


NO MORE POETRY       
First Line: Out the window


NO PAST / NO FUTURE       
Last Line: Wake up in the head


NOISE GRIMACED       


NOSE GRIMACED    Poem Text    


NOVEMBER LIKE SUMMER       
Last Line: And what of the stars %in time


NOW -- AGAIN       
First Line: Mountain ice
Last Line: -- I watch my step %in time


NOW THERE'S ICE AND SNOW       
First Line: Stormy last night
Last Line: Did you dream at all


O JERUSALEM       
Last Line: Something foolish


OCTOBER 8 94    Poem Text    
First Line: Slight/of a size


OH IT'S PRETTY WINDY OUTSIDE    Poem Text    
Last Line: As the clouds move
Subject(s): Wind


OH IT'S PRETTY WINDY OUTSIDE       
Last Line: As the clouds move
Subject(s): Weather


OHH LOVE HOW       
Last Line: The shore birds are crying


OLD -- FILM       
First Line: Turn of the century
Last Line: Maybe died in the war


ON       
First Line: Stars %earth
Last Line: Across %traffic


ONE LITTLE / THIN SATURN       
Last Line: Beyond the pale


ONLY AT NIGHT       
Last Line: Shaft %flowerbed %bank


OPEN        Recitation


OPEN       
First Line: They nod at me and I at stems


OPEN AIR WHERE       
First Line: Fire alight %in the other window as it
Last Line: And getting killed


OPEN ROAD        Recitation by Author


OUT BACK IN THE BLACKOUT       
First Line: The trees wavering
Last Line: In time enough


OUT IN THE YARD       
Last Line: With a few wings


OUTLINES       
First Line: I put boxes together
Last Line: You get more space


P -- L -- A -- T -- F -- O -- R -- M       
First Line: We all look taller
Last Line: As we get to the ceiling


PAGES AND PAGES       
Last Line: Brief -- things


PAINTING / THE ASPECT / OF CLOUD       
Last Line: There is no abruptness


PAINTING BELOW       
Last Line: No weather report


PAPER        Recitation by Author


PARTLY ENCLOSED / EXTENDS       
Last Line: Clouds hide the sun


PASSAGES       
First Line: Sunlight drawing from shadow, up and down the street


PENNY WISE BUT       
Last Line: It's a game


PHONE / POLE       
Last Line: Roofs %bush %trees


PHONE ALL       
Last Line: Of life %geared %powers


PHONEBOOK WHERE       
Last Line: Sharing some faraway sounds


PHOTOS OF / POETS       
Last Line: Tantalizing languages


PLACES / DARK       
Last Line: Cloud -- storm %still -- stir


PLANE       
First Line: Sound %over
Last Line: The echoing sky


PLANES GROUNDED:       
Last Line: No flight paths


PLANET / CLOSE / UP WITH       
Last Line: Packing in %you can't tell


PLANETS / HOW COULD ANYONE       
Last Line: Trees hedge fence leaves


POETRY FOR JANE CREIGHTON       
Last Line: One calculus %in the world


POLITICS       
Last Line: Suspended in the snow


POPOVERS / BREAD       
Last Line: For breakfast


POWERHOUSE IN THE SKY       
First Line: The black hole of religion


PRUNING THE TREE       
Last Line: Clearing the skies


PUTTERING -- AROUND       
First Line: Feels like stalling
Last Line: Odds and ends


PUZZLE       
First Line: Poetry %hope
Last Line: Around the block


QUIET THING -- QUIET --THING       
Last Line: Over the horizon %still


QUITE A WAYS FROM THE SKY       
First Line: And even the window
Last Line: Is that flight


RADIO AD       
First Line: Invite %in german
Last Line: A few words


REAL       
First Line: Avid reading
Last Line: Nobody knows what anyone's missing


REFLECT / WORLD -- CORNERS       
Last Line: The earth goes round


REMEMBER SABBATH DAYS       
Last Line: And prepare - darkness %among the stars


RIDER PEDALING       
Last Line: A green blanket %the back yard


RIDER PEDALLING       
Last Line: The back yard


RIDING/THE CLOUDS OF HIS BELIEF       
First Line: In flight before sputnik -- mother kept him going
Last Line: Open for love -- some sharp and blurred faces


ROADSIDE / SQUIRREL / DOWN       
Last Line: From high %the opposite


ROLL AND / ROCK ROCK ROCK ALL OVER BERKELEY       
Last Line: Like a church bell once
Variant Title(s): April 17-22 8


ROM -- REM       
First Line: Take from %mouth %stone
Last Line: On top of %minerva


ROUND RED / TOY ON THE ROOF       
Last Line: Start of the night


RUSTLE / EMPTINESS       
Last Line: Down the block


RVRBRANCE       
First Line: In a small room
Last Line: Some few cars parked %not idling


SALVATION ARMY LUNCH       
First Line: Not (e. %coli) flower
Last Line: The way time


SAME BOOK / A DIFFERENT PAGE       
Last Line: Real thick %names


SCARY -- THEN -- NOW -- WORRISOME       
Last Line: Wherever I'll end up


SCHOOL BUS       
First Line: Retaining its sign
Last Line: In the summer time %being useful, small


SEEN IT       
Last Line: What is there


SEPT 26 91 1697.XXXX       
First Line: Dirty leftover newspaper
Last Line: With some faint cloud %over all these streets %for the third straight day


SEVEN POEMS    Poem Text    
First Line: The earth you may as well


SHADE -- LEAF / INSIDE / LIKE A BIRD       
Last Line: Where it foots the vine


SHADOW / MOTION       
Last Line: Streak %sky


SHADOW HAS MY HEAD       
Last Line: A bird there just now


SHADOWY TAIL       
Last Line: Head for home


SILENCE       
First Line: Night then moving
Last Line: Milling %round %pressure


SIX POEMS    Poem Text    
First Line: Piercing the wall the window


SNOW       
Last Line: Cold


SNOW FLAKES        Recitation by Author


SO MANY       
Last Line: Satiety


SO MUCH STUFF       
Last Line: While the moon's out in the sky


SOME LEAVES / DANGLING       
Last Line: Where %there's no stir


SOME MUSCLE'S SORE IN MY NUMB SHOULDER       


SOUND HORIZON       
First Line: A plane going on


SOUNDS / GREAT / PLACES TO GO       
Last Line: The huge cloud dims


SPECTRA       
First Line: A great wide band
Last Line: Top to bottom %distorted wherever


SPINOZA / WANTED TO GO OUT       
Last Line: He might have been killed


SPONTANEOUS GRAVITY       
Last Line: Older %the better %serve


SPRAYING DOWN STILL SOLID CAR       
Last Line: A bike under %clouds %rain


SPRING WINDS       
Last Line: Seasons -- the globe


STAIRWAY LEADING TO NOWHERE       
Last Line: The motion there, the idea %so slow


STAR-LOVER AN       
Last Line: Right or wrong world %artifact


STARRY FIGURES       
First Line: Nodes %openwork -- earthworks
Last Line: In the piling-up continents


STATUE / RESOUNDS AND       
Last Line: In %earth


STAY PUTT       
First Line: There are big windows
Last Line: The loning sound of planes


STEAM / PIPES / COIL       
Last Line: The car pulls away %the plane


STILL       
First Line: Some darkness
Last Line: Time %branch


STILL / SLIGHT       
First Line: The cat up
Last Line: Reflecting the sun


STILL THE HOLY BIBLE       
Last Line: I guess one lump is enough


SUCH A DIFFERENT SCENE       
Last Line: Between the trees


SUDDEN       
First Line: Sight of willie
Last Line: Between the sidewalk and street


SUDDENLY / A DAY / THAT MAKES YOU SLEEPY       
Last Line: A roof not %so much walls


SUDDENLY BOATYARD       
Last Line: Or it's just windows


SUN -- SUN SOME       
Last Line: Now -- years


SUN FAR       
Last Line: Different directions


SUN SHINING       
Last Line: Space and a few points


SUN-FILLED / STREET -- STILLED       
Last Line: Some nights


SUNDAY / PLANE       
Last Line: It comes closer %faster


SUNDRY TIMES       
First Line: Run out -- rub out


SUNLIT       
First Line: Cloud pass
Last Line: Sky change


TASTING       
First Line: The passaage of time
Last Line: Breakfast


TDAMPING DOWN       
Last Line: A sure thing


THAT THE NEIGHBORHOOD MIGHT BE COVERED'       
Last Line: After 3 days - the air %empty from the rain


THE CAT'S EARS        Recitation by Author
Subject(s): Cats


THE SKY        Recitation by Author


THE SUN GOES        Recitation by Author


THERE NOW -- HERE       
Last Line: Pulled %in %mostly pairs


THREE POEMS    Poem Text    
First Line: The pipes how many


THROUGH A SMALL WINDOW, YES       
First Line: The skies look friendly
Last Line: (homes below cloud


TIME FLIES        Recitation by Author
Subject(s): Transience; Impermanence


TIME IT'S -- WHOOP       
Last Line: A straight flat strip


TO LOOK OUT       
Last Line: For the night


TO NEGOTIATE        Recitation by Author


TO OPEN YOUR EARS        Recitation


TOLSTOI'S KEPT ON        Recitation by Author


TONGUE-TIED AND / MUSCLE / BOUND       
Last Line: Leaves %and %snow


TORRENTS / AND THEN BIRDS       
Last Line: The rain's slant hills


TRAIN -- / GOING BY       
Last Line: Cats dogs and squirrels


TREE / IN THE SLIGHT WIND       
Last Line: And clouds in the clear sky


TREE / PHONEPOLE       
Last Line: Wire


TREE / SOME BIRD CALLS       
Last Line: It does seem


TREES / UP IN THE AIR       
Last Line: The wind's gone


TREES AND       
First Line: Cloud over back of the hills
Last Line: Blown through with the wind


TREES STAND        Recitation by Author
Subject(s): Trees


TRIANGLE SHADOW       
Last Line: On the opposite wall


TRIBUTE TO CAGE        Recitation by Author


TRYING TO SEE       
Last Line: What do you see


TURNING TO THE WALL       
Last Line: Standing free in the street


TV CIRCUS FROM NORWAY       
Last Line: First one on this street


UNIMAGINABLE       
Last Line: To feel the dark


UNIVERSE       
Last Line: Is enough and more


UNUSUAL       
First Line: Moment %kept its curl the tail %waved %at the wind
Last Line: On the branch up %as %the squirrel %stops %busy %some face and legs


UNYIELDING ROCK        Recitation by Author


UP AND DOWN WITH LUNGS       
Last Line: Containment


VARIOUS SLEEP SEASONS       
Last Line: Anew whenever it comes %each year


VERSION OF A SONG OF FAILURE       
First Line: Singing %a failed man
Last Line: A wolf %in thought %I was now the owls hoot %at the fearful night


VIEW CHANGES       
Last Line: Fences %extrusions %baskets


VIEW OF MOMENTS       
Last Line: In motorcycles grass dust


WALNUT -- WALNUT -- LOQUAT       
Last Line: Against level hills


WATER SPLASHES       
Last Line: Or have been


WAVERING SIGHT       
Last Line: A petrified %branch


WHAT A BEAUTIFUL SIDEWALL TRUCK       
Last Line: Big %english %letters


WHAT DISTANCE / HOUSE -- AND / LEAN-TO       
Last Line: The whole block


WHAT IS / LIFE -- NOW -- OR WHO       
Last Line: This place the rotary %good a time


WHAT PRECAUTIONS / SLEEP / EARTH SHAKES       
Last Line: Mountain %dust %ripples


WHAT SIZE S       
Last Line: Millions of stars


WHAT TIME IS       
Last Line: Moves away


WHAT'S / WHAT MAKES THAT HAPPEN       
Last Line: Till it levels out


WHAT'S THAT COOKING       
Last Line: As darkness arrives


WHEELS / FAMILIAR / TURNED       
Last Line: Silent branches crossed


WHEN THE SNOW COMES DOWN       
Last Line: There's blue sky


WHEN TO / GET SOME       
Last Line: It going %to


WHICH DOG IS THAT -- SNEEZING       
Last Line: Alike red in the sun %blinding glass


WHITE / HOUSE       
Last Line: Or not %the wind


WHITMAN'S CRY AT STARVATION       
Last Line: In eternal darkness


WHOLES       
First Line: For a while a year is a long time
Last Line: And life takes on a size


WIDE-RANGING       
First Line: Cloud over
Last Line: Somewhere enough for a storm


WIND       
Last Line: Level %branches


WIND / AN OCEAN / SO THE TREES MAKE IT       
Last Line: Silence from %one to others


WIND LIKE AN OCEAN       
Last Line: In time, %(o shut your eyes against the wind)


WIND STIRS UP       
Last Line: The fading sunlight fills


WIND THAT RUSTLES       
Last Line: A few vague clouds


WINDOW LIGHTS       
Last Line: And a tree


WINDOW OPENING       
Last Line: Nothing but the wind up


WINDOW WASHING       
First Line: Musical glass


WINDOWS DOWN       
First Line: The streets, there, in traffic
Last Line: On and on, on


WOOD OF THE HEADBOARD       
Last Line: Parts %dimensions %ride


WOODS       
First Line: Repair %shop
Last Line: Manufacturing %bright


WORDS / SPLIT / SECONDS       
Last Line: Actual thought


WORLD WITHOUT END       
Last Line: Sky %transformer


WOW! / EVERYTHING THERE IS       
Last Line: And all


YA -- BINGO! / IMAGINATION ALL COMPACT       
Last Line: And living the life out


YOU DON'T KNOW       
Last Line: You want %even at the end


YOU GOTTA HAVE STEAM        Recitation by Author


YOUR GARDEN       
Last Line: One season and another


[A TEMPORARY LANGUAGE]       
Last Line: To do with %or gotten %done


[HOW IT COMES ABOUT]       
Last Line: The world's sharp bead %curtains


[TREES GREEN - THE QUIET SUN]       
Last Line: Tall growth - echoing %local water