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Author: TEIG, MICHAEL
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Teig, Michael    Poet's Biography
17 poems available by this author


A KIND OF ACCOMPLISHMENT    Poem Text    
First Line: The rain began making recommendations
Last Line: I was pushing your name into the air
Subject(s): Rain


BONFIRES AND EVERY JOY       
First Line: Tonight I want a little boat %to set out in
Last Line: Close your eyes and close mine too. %enroll me in cloud school


DIRECTOR OF OBSOLETE SECURITIES    Poem Text    
First Line: I could stay here humming
Subject(s): Capitalists & Financiers


DIRECTORY OF OBSOLETE SECURITIES       
First Line: I could stay here humming, %amuse myself with the window
Last Line: He is as loud as a rifle, over and over. %he clears the fields of crows


EXCLUDED FROM FRESCOES    Poem Text    
First Line: Thank you for the gift. Never have I seen
Subject(s): Relationships


EXCLUDED FROM FRESCOES       
First Line: Thank you for the gift. Never have I seen
Last Line: Maybe we could argue over ice cream
Subject(s): Relationships


HOW MUCH STRING IS IN THE WORLD. WHO HAS IT.       
First Line: There is a dog barking, no dog to see
Last Line: Here, have a balloon. Have two


I AM WALKING TO YOU NOW    Poem Text    
First Line: Each morning for years
Subject(s): Conduct Of Life


IMPRESSION OF ELSEWHERE       
First Line: Some nights brought out a loaf of bread or a kitchen chair
Last Line: As if it were a photograph, she a scholar %o little street of shopkeepers and fat chances


KIND OF ACCOMPLISHMENT       
First Line: The rain began making recommendations
Last Line: I was pushing your name into the air
Subject(s): Rain


MILKWEED    Poem Text    
First Line: I've seen beauty
Subject(s): Beauty


ON A NIGHT LIKE THIS    Poem Text    
First Line: When he couldn't sleep and his sight got going
Subject(s): Night; Bedtime


ON A NIGHT LIKE THIS       
First Line: When he couldn't sleep and his sight got going
Last Line: Blue dog at her feet, blue attic between the stars


SECOND ACT       
First Line: And now the evening is settling like a giant body into a bath
Last Line: That once the lights go out there's not always a movie


SINCE WE'VE HARDLY MET, ALL THIS WAVING IS A POOR GOODBYE       
First Line: Many towns get hemmed in %by a bustle of trucks and a river
Last Line: I can make a small boat with my hands


THE HOLE WE'VE BEEN DIGGING    Poem Text    
First Line: Since I've come home, put on all my shoes,
Subject(s): Homecoming; Family Life; Relatives


THE SECOND ACT    Poem Text    
First Line: And now the evening settles like a giant body into a bath,