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Author: ZAVATSKY, BILL
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Zavatsky, Bill    Poet's Biography
13 poems available by this author


BALD    Poem Text    
First Line: In the mirror it's plain to see
Last Line: And even its teeth fall out
Subject(s): Baldness; Hair


BALD       
First Line: In the mirror it's plain to see
Subject(s): Baldness; Hair


ELEGY    Poem Text    
First Line: Music your hands are no longer here to make
Last Line: From the spring of song that never stops its kiss
Subject(s): Evans, Bill (1929-1980); Jazz; Music & Musicians


ELEGY       
First Line: Music your hands are no longer here to make
Last Line: From the spring of song that never stops its kiss
Subject(s): Evans, Bill (1929-1980); Jazz; Music And Musicians


EX-POET       
First Line: Wondering is a typical pastime of the leisure class


FEE       
First Line: Dear author: %we are preparing
Last Line: And return this form %at your earliest convenience
Subject(s): Labor And Laborers; Poetry And Poets


LIVE AT THE VILLAGE VANGUARD    Poem Text    
First Line: For forty years now, ever since
Subject(s): Music & Musicians; Evans, Bill (1929-1980)


MONOLOGUE    Poem Text    
First Line: Thank you, but since you
Subject(s): Transience; Friendship; Careers; Farewell; Disappointment; Impermanence; Parting


SLEEP       
First Line: I lean back comfortably on a couch pillow
Last Line: Ka-chunk, ka-chunk, ka-


TESTAMENT       
First Line: A lot of times I've thought about suicide
Subject(s): Writing And Writers


THE FEE    Poem Text    
First Line: Dear author: / we are preparing
Last Line: At your earliest convenience
Subject(s): Labor & Laborers; Poetry & Poets; Work; Workers


TO THE PIANIST BILL EVANS    Poem Text    
First Line: When I hear you
Last Line: On taking our hands
Subject(s): Evans, Bill (1929-1980); Jazz; Music & Musicians


WALKER EVANS IN BRIDGEPORT       
First Line: And yet these are the faces I come from
Last Line: On their day off, at a bridgeport parade, in 1941?