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Author: STEIN, GERTRUDE
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Stein, Gertrude    Poet's Biography
133 poems available by this author


A VALENTINE TO SHERWOOD ANDERSON    Poem Text     Recitation by Author
First Line: I knew too that through them I knew too that he was through, I knew
Last Line: Been blessed let us bless it.
Subject(s): Anderson, Sherwood (1876-1941); Holidays; Valentine's Day; Writing & Writers


A WHITE HUNTER    Poem Text    
First Line: A white hunter is nearly crazy.
Subject(s): Hunting; Hunters


BEFORE THE FLOWERS OF FRIENDSHIP FADED FADED: 21    Poem Text    
First Line: I love my love with a v
Last Line: Renee vivien, 1877-1909
Subject(s): Gays & Lesbians


BUNDLES FOR THEM: A HISTORY OF GIVING BUNDLES       
First Line: We were able to notice that each one in a way carried a
Last Line: She is very lovely and mine which is very lovely


CHRISTIAN BERARD    Poem Text     Recitation
First Line: Eating is her subject.
Subject(s): Food & Eating; Language; Words; Vocabulary


FOUR SAINTS IN THREE ACTS: ACT 4       
First Line: How many acts are there in it. Acts there are in it
Last Line: Last act. %which is a fact


GEORGE HUGNET       
First Line: George and genevieve


GUILLAUME APOLLINAIRE    Poem Text    
First Line: Give known or pin war
Subject(s): Apollinaire, Guillaume (1880-1918)


HOTEL FRANCOIS 1ER    Poem Text    
First Line: It was a very little while and they had gone in front of it. It was that they had liked it
Subject(s): Man-woman Relationships; Friendship; Language; City & Town Life; Art & Artists; Social Commentaries; Male-female Relations; Words; Vocabulary


HOW SHE BOWED TO HER BROTHER    Poem Text     Recitation by Author
First Line: The story of how she bowed to her brother.
Subject(s): Brothers; Homage & Respect; Half-brothers


I AM A ROSE    Poem Text    
First Line: I am rose my eyes are blue
Subject(s): Roses


IDEM THE SAME: A VALENTINE TO SHERWOOD ANDERSON       
First Line: I knew too that through them I knew too that he was
Last Line: Please have you rung


IDENTITY A POEM       
First Line: I am I because my little dog knows me
Last Line: After giving


IF I TOLD HIM, A COMPLETE PORTRAIT OF PICASSO    Poem Text     Recitation by Author
First Line: If I told him would he like it. Would he like it if I told him.
Subject(s): Portraits; Picasso, Pablo (1881-1973); Language; Napoleon I (1769-1821); Words; Vocabulary


IN THIS WAY       
First Line: Keys please, it is useless to alarm any one it is useless to
Last Line: Of darkness. We like sheep. And so does he


KNEELING       
First Line: One two three four five six seven eight nine and ten
Last Line: That is very right and should come out below and just so


LET US DESCRIBE       
First Line: Let us describe how they went. It was a very windy night
Last Line: Ruin, and all that and then that having been blessed let us bless it


LIFTING BELLING       
First Line: I have been heavy and had much selecting


LIFTING BELLY IN HERE       


LIFTING BELLY. ARE YOU. LIFTING       


LISTEN TO ME, SELS.       
First Line: No dog barks at the moon


MATISSE    Poem Text     Recitation by Author
First Line: One was quite certain that for a long part of his being one being living
Subject(s): Matisse, Henri (1869-1954)


MOTHER OF US ALL: CONCLUDING ARIA       
First Line: We cannot retrace our steps
Last Line: My long life, my long life


NEW    Poem Text    
First Line: We knew./anne to come
Subject(s): Language; Words; Vocabulary


ON HER WAY       
First Line: If you can see why she feels that she kneels if you can see
Last Line: They and indeed the decision itself is not early dissatisfaction


PATRIARCHAL POETRY, SELECTION    Poem Text    
First Line: Patriachal poetry defined
Last Line: What is it
Subject(s): Jews; Mysticism - Judaism; Judaism


PATRIARCHAL POETRY, SELECTION    Poem Text    
First Line: Patriachal poetry defined


PIGEONS ON THE GRASS, FR. FOUR SAINTS IN THREE ACTS       
First Line: Pigeons on the grass alas
Last Line: Be very well very well they might be
Subject(s): Birds


PIGEONS ON THE GRASS, FROM FOUR SAINTS IN THREE ACTS    Poem Text    
First Line: Pigeons on the grass alas


POETICAL PLEA       
First Line: I would like a photograph of that said captain dyar


RHUBARB       
First Line: Rhubarb is susan not susan not seat in bunch toys not wild and


SACRED EMILY       
First Line: Compose compose beds
Last Line: A blow is delighted


SAY IT WITH FLOWERS; A PLAY, SELS.       
First Line: George henry, henry henry and elisabeth
Last Line: Why did they not go with him. %because they were busy waiting


SCENES FROM THE DOOR    Poem Text    
First Line: It is earnest


SCENES FROM THE DOOR, SELS.       
Subject(s): World War Ii


SONNET       
First Line: To the wife of my bosom


STANZAS IN MEDITATION    Poem Text    
First Line: She may count three little daisies very well
Subject(s): Friendship


STANZAS IN MEDITATION, SELS.       


STUDY NATURE    Poem Text    
First Line: I do. / victim.
Subject(s): Nature; Language; Words; Vocabulary


SUGAR    Poem Text    
First Line: A violent luck and a whole sample and even then quiet
Subject(s): Language; Words; Vocabulary


SUSIE ASADO    Poem Text    
First Line: Sweet sweet sweet sweet sweet tea
Last Line: Sweet sweet sweet sweet sweet tea.


TEACHERS TAUGHT HER THAT THE WORLD WAS ROUND       
Last Line: Course she could cry. %oh my


TENDER BUTTONS: A PIANO    Poem Text    
First Line: If the speed is open, if the color is careless, if the selection of a strong
Subject(s): Musical Instruments; Pianos


TENDER BUTTONS: A PIANO       
First Line: If the speed is open, if the color is careless, if the selection of a strong
Last Line: #name?
Subject(s): Musical Instruments; Pianos


TENDER BUTTONS: COLORED HATS    Poem Text    
First Line: Colored hats are necessary to show that curls are worn by an addition
Subject(s): Fashion; Hats; Heads


TENDER BUTTONS: COLORED HATS       
First Line: Colored hats are necessary to show that curls are worn by an addition
Last Line: Pearls and little ways. A large hat is tall and me and all custard whole
Subject(s): Fashion; Hats; Heads


TENDER BUTTONS: IN BETWEEN    Poem Text    
First Line: In between a place and candy is a narrow foot-path that shows more
Subject(s): Buttons


TENDER BUTTONS: IN BETWEEN       
First Line: In between a place and candy is a narrow foot-path that shows more
Last Line: Ladies and mild colds there is no satin wood shining
Subject(s): Buttons


TENDER BUTTONS, SELS.       


TENDER BUTTONS: A BOX    Poem Text    
First Line: A large box is handily made of what is necessary to replace any substance - see more at: http://www.
Subject(s): Boxes


TENDER BUTTONS: A CARAFE, THAT IS A BLIND GLASS    Poem Text    
First Line: A kind in glass and a cousin, a spectacle and nothing strange a single hurt color and an
Subject(s): Glasses (tumblers); Languge


TENDER BUTTONS: A CHAIR    Poem Text    
First Line: A widow in a wise veil and more garments shows that shadows are even
Subject(s): Social Commentaries


TENDER BUTTONS: A CUTLET       
First Line: A blind agitation is manly and uttermost


TENDER BUTTONS: A FEATHER    Poem Text    
First Line: A feather is trimmed, it is trimmed by the light
Subject(s): Feathers


TENDER BUTTONS: A LIGHT IN THE MOON    Poem Text     Recitation
First Line: A light in the moon the only light is on sunday. What was the sensible decision
Subject(s): Social Commentaries


TENDER BUTTONS: A LITTLE CALLED PAULINE    Poem Text    
First Line: A little called anything shows shudders
Subject(s): Size & Shape; Height


TENDER BUTTONS: A MOUNTED UMBRELLA       
First Line: What was the use of not leaving it there where it would
Last Line: There plenty of reason for making an exchange


TENDER BUTTONS: A PETTICOAT       
First Line: A light white, a disgrace, an ink spot, a rosy charm


TENDER BUTTONS: A PLATE    Poem Text    
First Line: An occasion for a plate, an occasional resource is in buying and how soon does
Subject(s): Dishes; China (porcelain)


TENDER BUTTONS: A PURSE       
First Line: A purse was not green, it was not straw color, it was hardly
Last Line: Open, that is all that it showed


TENDER BUTTONS: A SUBSTANCE IN A CUSHION    Poem Text    
First Line: The change of color is likely and a difference a very little difference is prepared. Sugar is not a
Subject(s): Language; Words; Vocabulary


TENDER BUTTONS: APPLE    Poem Text     Recitation
First Line: Apple plum, carpet steak, seed clam, colored wine, calm seen, cold cream, best
Subject(s): Appes; Food & Eating


TENDER BUTTONS: CHICKEN    Poem Text    
First Line: Pheasant and chicken, chicken is a peculiar third.
Subject(s): Chickens


TENDER BUTTONS: EYE GLASSES       
First Line: A color in shaving, a saloon is well placed in the center of an alley


TENDER BUTTONS: MILK    Poem Text    
First Line: A white egg and a colored pan and a cabbage showing settlement, a constant increase
Subject(s): Cooking & Cooks; Cookery


TENDER BUTTONS: OBJECTS    Poem Text    
First Line: A carafe, that is a blind glass
Subject(s): Inanimate Objects


TENDER BUTTONS: OBJECTS: A BLUE COAT       
First Line: A blue coat is guided guided away, guided and guided
Last Line: And not any width not even more than a shadow


TENDER BUTTONS: OBJECTS: A BOX       
First Line: Out of kindness comes redness and out of rudeness comes
Last Line: A green point not to red but to point again


TENDER BUTTONS: OBJECTS: A BOX       
First Line: A large box is handily made of what is necessary to replace
Last Line: Hardly more than ever


TENDER BUTTONS: OBJECTS: A BROWN       
First Line: A brown which is not liquid not more so is relaxed and yet
Last Line: There is a change, a news is pressing


TENDER BUTTONS: OBJECTS: A CARAFE, THAT IS A BLIND GLASS       
First Line: A kind in glass and a cousin, a spectacle and nothing
Last Line: Sembling. The difference is spreading


TENDER BUTTONS: OBJECTS: A CHAIR       
First Line: A widow in a wise veil and more garments shows that shad
Last Line: There no complexion, why is there no rubbing, why is there %no special protection


TENDER BUTTONS: OBJECTS: A CLOTH       
First Line: Enough cloth is plenty and more, more is almost enough
Last Line: Plenty of room for it. Any occasion shows the best way


TENDER BUTTONS: OBJECTS: A DOG       
First Line: A little monkey goes like a donkey that means to say that
Last Line: Monkey goes like a donkey


TENDER BUTTONS: OBJECTS: A DRAWING       
First Line: The meaning of this is entirely and best to say the mark
Last Line: Between the half


TENDER BUTTONS: OBJECTS: A FEATHER       
First Line: A feather is trimmed, it is trimmed by the light and the bug
Last Line: Mounted reserves and loud volumes. It is surely cohesive


TENDER BUTTONS: OBJECTS: A FIRE       
First Line: What was the use of a whole time to send and not send if
Last Line: Letter was nicely sent


TENDER BUTTONS: OBJECTS: A FRIGHTFUL RELEASE       
First Line: A bag which was left and not only taken but turned away
Last Line: Left over. The rest was mismanaged


TENDER BUTTONS: OBJECTS: A HANDKERCHIEF       
First Line: A winning of all the blessings, a sample not a sample be
Last Line: Cause there is no worry


TENDER BUTTONS: OBJECTS: A LEAVE       
First Line: In the middle of a tiny spot and nearly bare there is a nice
Last Line: Thing to say that wrist is leading. Wrist is leading


TENDER BUTTONS: OBJECTS: A LITTLE BIT OF A TUMBLER       
First Line: A shining indication of yellow consists in there having been
Last Line: Ily spread into nothing. Spread into nothing


TENDER BUTTONS: OBJECTS: A LITTLE CALLED PAULINE       
First Line: A little called anything shows shudders
Last Line: Please could, please could, jam it not plus more sit in when


TENDER BUTTONS: OBJECTS: A LONG DRESS       
First Line: What is the current that makes machinery, that makes it
Last Line: Line distinguishes it. A line just distinguishes it


TENDER BUTTONS: OBJECTS: A METHOD OF A CLOAK       
First Line: A single climb to a line, a straight exchange to a cane, a
Last Line: Cess, all makes an attractive black silver


TENDER BUTTONS: OBJECTS: A NEW CUP AND SAUCER       
First Line: Enthusiastically hurting a clouded yellow bud and saucer
Last Line: Enthusiastically so is the bite in the ribbon


TENDER BUTTONS: OBJECTS: A PAPER       
First Line: A courteous occasion makes a paper show no such occa
Last Line: Sion and this makes readiness and eyesight and likeness and a stool


TENDER BUTTONS: OBJECTS: A PIECE OF COFFEE       
First Line: More of double
Last Line: Not be strange to


TENDER BUTTONS: OBJECTS: A PLATE       
First Line: An occasion for a plate, an occasional resource is in buying
Last Line: Has that excess and that break is the one that shows filling


TENDER BUTTONS: OBJECTS: A RED HAT       
First Line: A dark grey, a very dark grey, a quite dark grey is mon
Last Line: That is better, is there any place that has so much stretched out


TENDER BUTTONS: OBJECTS: A RED STAMP       
First Line: If lilies are lily white if they exhaust noise and distance and
Last Line: Essary if they do this they need a catalogue


TENDER BUTTONS: OBJECTS: A SELTZER BOTTLE       
First Line: Any neglect of many particles to a cracking, any neglect of
Last Line: Sufficient and substituted. This which was so kindly a present was constant


TENDER BUTTONS: OBJECTS: A SHAWL       
First Line: A shawl is a hat and hurt and a red ballon and an under
Last Line: Climb and a depot and a cultivator and little choosing is a point it


TENDER BUTTONS: OBJECTS: A SOUND       
First Line: Elephant beaten with candy and little pops and chews all
Last Line: Bolts and reckless reckless rats, this is this


TENDER BUTTONS: OBJECTS: A SUBSTANCE IN A CUSHION       
First Line: The change of color is likely and a difference a very little
Last Line: Hurt than that, it has a little top


TENDER BUTTONS: OBJECTS: A TABLE       
First Line: A table means does it not my dear it means a whole steadi
Last Line: A stand where it did shake


TENDER BUTTONS: OBJECTS: A TIME TO EAT       
First Line: A pleasant simple habitual and tyrannical and authorised
Last Line: And educated and resumed and articulate separation. This is not tardy


TENDER BUTTONS: OBJECTS: A WAIST       
First Line: A star glide, a single frantic sullenness, a single financial
Last Line: Grace, a couple of practices any of them in order is so left


TENDER BUTTONS: OBJECTS: A WHITE HUNTER       
First Line: A white hunter is nearly crazy
Last Line: A white hunter is nearly crazy


TENDER BUTTONS: OBJECTS: AN UMBRELLA       
First Line: Coloring high means that the strange reason is in front not
Last Line: More in front behind. Not more in front in peace of the dot


TENDER BUTTONS: OBJECTS: BOOK       
First Line: Book was there, it was there. Book was there. Stop it, stop
Last Line: Dog and a colored sky a sky colored grey and nearly that %nearly that let


TENDER BUTTONS: OBJECTS: CARELESS WATER       
First Line: No cup is broken in more places and mended, that is to say
Last Line: Joint, does that show that balloon famously. Does it


TENDER BUTTONS: OBJECTS: COLD CLIMATE       
First Line: A season in yellow sold extra strings makes lying places


TENDER BUTTONS: OBJECTS: DIRT AND NOT COPPER       
First Line: Dirt and not copper makes a color darker. It makes the
Last Line: There are more places not empty. They see cover


TENDER BUTTONS: OBJECTS: GLAZED GLITTER       
First Line: Nickel, what is nickel, it is originally rid of a cover
Last Line: Some use in giving


TENDER BUTTONS: OBJECTS: IT WAS BLACK, BLACK TOOK       
First Line: Black ink best wheel bale brown
Last Line: No precise no past pearl pearl goat


TENDER BUTTONS: OBJECTS: MALACHITE       
First Line: The sudden spoon is the same in no size. The sudden
Last Line: Spoon is the wound in the decision


TENDER BUTTONS: OBJECTS: MILDRED'S UMBRELLA       
First Line: A cause and no curve, a cause and loud enough, a cause
Last Line: Slender grey and no ribbon, this means a loss a great loss a restitution


TENDER BUTTONS: OBJECTS: MORE       
First Line: An elegant use of foliage and grace and a little piece of
Last Line: Of no round color


TENDER BUTTONS: OBJECTS: NOTHING ELEGANT       
First Line: A charm a single charm is doubtful. If the red is rose and
Last Line: Places change then certainly something is upright. It is earnest


TENDER BUTTONS: OBJECTS: OBJECTS       
First Line: Within, within the cut and slender point alone, with sudden
Last Line: The kind of show is made by squeezing


TENDER BUTTONS: OBJECTS: PEELED PENCIL, CHOKE       
First Line: Rub her coke
Last Line: Rub her coke


TENDER BUTTONS: OBJECTS: RED ROSES       
First Line: A cool red rose and a pink cut pink, a collapse and a sold
Last Line: Hole, a little less hot


TENDER BUTTONS: OBJECTS: SHOES       
First Line: To be a wall with a damper a stream of pounding way and
Last Line: Makes ale less. It shows shine


TENDER BUTTONS: OBJECTS: SUPPOSE AN EYES       
First Line: Suppose it is within a gate which open is open at the hour
Last Line: Little sales of leather and such beautiful beautiful, beautiful beautiful


TENDER BUTTONS: OBJECTS: THIS IS THIS DRESS, AIDER       
First Line: Aider, why aider why whow, whow stop touch, aider whow
Last Line: A jack in kill her, a jack in, makes a meadowed king, makes a to let


TENDER BUTTONS: WATER RAINING       
First Line: Water astonishing and a difficult altogether makes a meadow
Last Line: And a stroke


THE HOUSE WAS JUST TWINKLING IN THE MOONLIGHT    Poem Text     Recitation
Subject(s): Babies; Family Life; Infants; Relatives


VERY VALENTINE       
First Line: Very fine is my valentine
Last Line: Mine is my valentine


WHAT DO I SEE    Poem Text    
First Line: A very little snail
Last Line: Listen to them frfom here
Subject(s): Women; Language; Nature


WHAT DO I SEE       
First Line: A very little snail
Last Line: You did not have an answer. %here. %yes
Subject(s): Women


WHAT HAPPENED: ACT 1       
First Line: Loud and no contact. Not any nuisance is depressing
Last Line: And hurry and little hurry has so much subsistence, it has and choosing, it has


WHAT HAPPENED: ACT 2       
First Line: Four and nobody wounded, five and nobody flourishing
Last Line: A connection, a clam cup connection, a survey, a ticker %anda return to laying over


WHAT HAPPENED: ACT 3       
First Line: A cut, a cut is not a slice, what is the occasion
Last Line: A long time a very long %time there is no use in an obstacle that is original and has a source


WHAT HAPPENED: ACT 4       
First Line: A birthday, what is a birthday, a birthday is a speech
Last Line: And many more many %more many many more


WHAT HAPPENED: ACT 5       
First Line: A regret a single regret makes a door way. What is a door way
Last Line: More than it did when there was much more use for photography


WHAT IS THE NAME OF A RING       
First Line: A holder


WHY DO YOU FEEL DIFFERENTLY    Poem Text    
First Line: Why do you feel differently about a very little snail and a big one
Subject(s): Women


WHY DO YOU FEEL DIFFERENTLY       
First Line: Why do you feel differently about a very little snail and a big one
Last Line: To be pleased and to please
Subject(s): Women


WINNING HIS WAY, SELECTION    Poem Text    
First Line: What is poetry. This. Is poetry
Last Line: As they may. As. A. Treasure
Subject(s): Poetry & Poets; Fame


WINNING HIS WAY, SELECTION    Poem Text    
First Line: What is poetry. This. Is poetry


WINNING HIS WAY, SELS.       
First Line: What is poetry. This. Is poetry
Last Line: As they may. A treasure
Subject(s): Poetry And Poets


WORLD IS ROUND       
First Line: I am rose my eyes are blue
Last Line: I am rose like anything


YET DISH    Poem Text    
First Line: Put a sun in sunday, sunday.
Subject(s): Language; Words; Vocabulary