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AFTER THE RAIN, by EDOUARD JOACHIM CORBIERE    Poem Text            
First Line: I love the little rain / which dries itself
Last Line: "a circle of gold on your eiderdown."
Alternate Author Name(s): Corbiere, Tristan
Subject(s): Love; Rain


AFTERWARDS: 2, by EDOUARD JOACHIM CORBIERE               
First Line: It's getting dark, little thief of starlight!
Last Line: It's getting dark, little thief of starlight!
Alternate Author Name(s): Corbiere, Tristan
Subject(s): Night


ART-FLOWER, by EDOUARD JOACHIM CORBIERE               
First Line: Yes. What painstaking art in your subtle story. What precious bric-
Last Line: You! If you weren't false, would you be any the more true? Love is a %duel: touche, thanks
Alternate Author Name(s): Corbiere, Tristan


BLIND MAN'S CRIES, by EDOUARD JOACHIM CORBIERE    Poem Text            
First Line: The murdered eye is not dead
Last Line: I hear the horn's knell
Alternate Author Name(s): Corbiere, Tristan
Subject(s): Crucifixion; Jesus Christ - Crucifixion


BLINDMAN'S CRIES, by EDOUARD JOACHIM CORBIERE               
First Line: The eye, murderer, is not yet dead
Last Line: Hear the deathknelling horn
Alternate Author Name(s): Corbiere, Tristan
Subject(s): Blindness


CABIN-KID, by EDOUARD JOACHIM CORBIERE    Poem Text            
First Line: Your old man's a sailor, I suppose?
Last Line: I'll get revenge-a sailor too!
Alternate Author Name(s): Corbiere, Tristan
Subject(s): Sailing & Sailors; Seamen; Sails


CITY IS A WORLD OF NIGHT, by EDOUARD JOACHIM CORBIERE               
First Line: Its sea, dead calm: the tidal wave
Alternate Author Name(s): Corbiere, Tristan


DO, L'ENFANT DO, by EDOUARD JOACHIM CORBIERE               
First Line: Buona vespre! Dors: ton bout de cierge
Alternate Author Name(s): Corbiere, Tristan


EPITAPH, by EDOUARD JOACHIM CORBIERE               
First Line: He killed himself with ardor or died of laziness. If he's alive, it's by
Last Line: A heartless heart, not very firm on his feet, so much a success he was, so %to speak,a failure
Alternate Author Name(s): Corbiere, Tristan


EPITAPH FOR HIMSELF, by EDOUARD JOACHIM CORBIERE    Poem Text            
First Line: Of many things adulterate
Last Line: He lived while waiting but to die.
Alternate Author Name(s): Corbiere, Tristan
Subject(s): Epitaphs; Imagination; Prisons & Prisoners; Fancy; Convicts


EVIL LANDSCAPE, by EDOUARD JOACHIM CORBIERE    Poem Text            
First Line: Beach of old bones - the tide gasps / death-knells
Last Line: The mushrooms, their stools.
Alternate Author Name(s): Corbiere, Tristan
Subject(s): Evil; Landscape


GANGREL RYMOUR AND PAIRDON OF SANCT ANNE: THE BALLAD SINGER, by EDOUARD JOACHIM CORBIERE               
First Line: But ae braithless note
Last Line: A true sign o the corse for ye
Alternate Author Name(s): Corbiere, Tristan


GANGREL RYMOUR AND THE PAIRDON OF SANCT ANNE, by EDOUARD JOACHIM CORBIERE               
First Line: Sainit is the fouthless shore
Last Line: And her sca'd hand will make %a true sign o the cross for ye
Alternate Author Name(s): Corbiere, Tristan
Subject(s): Scottish Translations


HOURS, by EDOUARD JOACHIM CORBIERE    Poem Text            
First Line: Alms to the highwayman in pursuit
Last Line: My heart! . . . Keep singing, go on -- don't count.
Alternate Author Name(s): Corbiere, Tristan
Subject(s): Fear


ILL-STARRED FLOWER, by EDOUARD JOACHIM CORBIERE               
First Line: The pale flowerlet will grow back here over the grave, the flowerlet
Last Line: Victim loves it: it's the ill-starred flower, the bohemian flower. The pale %flowerlet will grow bac
Alternate Author Name(s): Corbiere, Tristan


INSOMNIA, by EDOUARD JOACHIM CORBIERE    Poem Text            
First Line: Insomnia, impalpable creature / is all your love in your head
Last Line: We will sleep together a while.
Alternate Author Name(s): Corbiere, Tristan
Subject(s): Insomnia; Sleeplessness


KAZOO, by EDOUARD JOACHIM CORBIERE    Poem Text            
First Line: Sleep in love, naughty tuner of cicadas
Last Line: Sleep in love, naughty tuner of cicadas!
Alternate Author Name(s): Corbiere, Tristan
Subject(s): Death; Dead, The


LA CORBIERE, by ANNE LE MARQUAND HARTIGAN               
First Line: There is an account of the arrival and departure of a
Last Line: Only a harsh gulls cry


LANDSCAPE OF EVIL, by EDOUARD JOACHIM CORBIERE               
First Line: Bone-white, bane-white, throttles tight
Alternate Author Name(s): Corbiere, Tristan


LETTER FROM MEXICO, by EDOUARD JOACHIM CORBIERE    Poem Text            
First Line: You gave the youngster into my care. - he's dead
Last Line: "a soldier. An old salt."
Alternate Author Name(s): Corbiere, Tristan
Subject(s): Death - Children; Sailing & Sailors; Death - Babies; Seamen; Sails


LETTER FROM MEXICO, by EDOUARD JOACHIM CORBIERE    Poem Text            
First Line: You put the kid in my care. He's dead
Last Line: "a soldier. An old salt."
Alternate Author Name(s): Corbiere, Tristan
Subject(s): Death - Children; Sailing & Sailors; Death - Babies; Seamen; Sails


LETTER FROM MEXICO (VERA CRUZ, 10 FEBRUARY, 186-), by EDOUARD JOACHIM CORBIERE               
First Line: You entrusted the boy to me. He has died
Last Line: Beside him there. A sailor. An old soldier
Alternate Author Name(s): Corbiere, Tristan


LETTING THE PACK RUN, by EDOUARD JOACHIM CORBIERE               
First Line: I have lift the gallows to all the hanged men, fools from birth, eager
Last Line: Blunted, obsolescent, nothing has left me anything
Alternate Author Name(s): Corbiere, Tristan


LITANY OF SLEEP, by EDOUARD JOACHIM CORBIERE               
First Line: You who snore by a sleeping spouse, cud-chewer, do you know the
Last Line: Dozing sack! (various beds--a daytime night)
Alternate Author Name(s): Corbiere, Tristan


LITANY OF SLEEP (EXCERPT), by EDOUARD JOACHIM CORBIERE               
First Line: You who snore with your sleeping wife so near
Last Line: Sheep, on waking, says to me: you has sawn me apart
Alternate Author Name(s): Corbiere, Tristan


LITTLE CORPSE GOOD FOR A LAUGH, by EDOUARD JOACHIM CORBIERE               
First Line: Light groomer of comet-tails, go, quick
Alternate Author Name(s): Corbiere, Tristan


LULLABY UPON A STONE, by EDOUARD JOACHIM CORBIERE               
First Line: Are you scared of the dark, small thief of sparkles
Alternate Author Name(s): Corbiere, Tristan


MIDNIGHT FREAKS, by EDOUARD JOACHIM CORBIERE               
First Line: The beach is bone-grist, and death rattles
Alternate Author Name(s): Corbiere, Tristan


OLD ROSCOFF, by EDOUARD JOACHIM CORBIERE               
First Line: Bolt-hole of brigandage, old keep
Last Line: At england, trailing a few wild flowers
Alternate Author Name(s): Corbiere, Tristan


PARIAH, by EDOUARD JOACHIM CORBIERE               
First Line: Let them treat themselves to republics--free men! With an iron collar
Last Line: Bones can certainly get there by themselves
Alternate Author Name(s): Corbiere, Tristan


PARIS AT NIGHT, by EDOUARD JOACHIM CORBIERE    Poem Text            
First Line: It is the sea: dead calm - and the spring tide
Last Line: On a bed of the morgue . . . With his eyes wide open!
Alternate Author Name(s): Corbiere, Tristan
Subject(s): Night; Paris, France; Bedtime


PARIS BY DAY, by EDOUARD JOACHIM CORBIERE    Poem Text            
First Line: See the great circle of copper shine above
Last Line: Our special sustenance is our flask of gall.
Alternate Author Name(s): Corbiere, Tristan
Subject(s): Day; Heat; Paris, France; Poetry & Poets - French; Sun


PARIS BY NIGHT, by EDOUARD JOACHIM CORBIERE    Poem Text            
First Line: Tis the sea - calm surface. - and the great tide
Last Line: On a bed of the morgue—with staring eyes.
Alternate Author Name(s): Corbiere, Tristan
Subject(s): Calm; Night; Paris, France; Placid; Undisturbed; Tranquility; Bedtime


PARIS NOCTURNE, by EDOUARD JOACHIM CORBIERE               
First Line: It's the sea-calm, flat-and the tides of spring
Last Line: Up onto a bed in the morgue-and the eyes open wide
Alternate Author Name(s): Corbiere, Tristan


PETIT MORT POUR RIRE, by EDOUARD JOACHIM CORBIERE               
First Line: Va vite, leger peigneur de cometes
Alternate Author Name(s): Corbiere, Tristan


RHAPSODY OF THE DEAF MAN, by EDOUARD JOACHIM CORBIERE    Poem Text            
First Line: The specialist told him: 'fine, let's leave it at that'
Last Line: Silence is golden (st. John chrysostom).
Alternate Author Name(s): Corbiere, Tristan


RHAPSODY OF THE DEAF MAN, by EDOUARD JOACHIM CORBIERE               
First Line: Said the expert: 'all right, let's call it a day'
Last Line: And nothing will be able to shake our accord
Alternate Author Name(s): Corbiere, Tristan


RHAPSODY OF THE DEAF MUTE, by EDOUARD JOACHIM CORBIERE    Poem Text            
First Line: The expert said: 'all right. You needn't come any more'
Last Line: And nothing can disturb the conversation.
Alternate Author Name(s): Corbiere, Tristan
Subject(s): Deafness; Physical Disabilities; Physicians; Speech Disorders; Handicapped; Handicaps; Physically Challenged; Cripples; Doctors; Stuttering; Muteness


ROCK-A-BYE BABY, by EDOUARD JOACHIM CORBIERE               
First Line: Buona vespre. Sleep. Your bit of candle-end
Alternate Author Name(s): Corbiere, Tristan


RONDEL, by EDOUARD JOACHIM CORBIERE    Poem Text            
First Line: It's dark, child, snatcher of sparks!
Last Line: It's dark, child, snatcher of sparks!
Alternate Author Name(s): Corbiere, Tristan
Subject(s): Night; Bedtime


SLEEP, BABY, SLEEP, by EDOUARD JOACHIM CORBIERE    Poem Text            
First Line: Buona vespre! Sleep: your candle-end
Last Line: -buona notte! Sleep: your candle-end . . .
Alternate Author Name(s): Corbiere, Tristan


SMALL DEATH TO LAUGH, by EDOUARD JOACHIM CORBIERE    Poem Text            
First Line: Away, airy comber of comets!
Last Line: Away, airy comber of comets!
Alternate Author Name(s): Corbiere, Tristan
Subject(s): Death; Dead, The


THE END, by EDOUARD JOACHIM CORBIERE    Poem Text            
First Line: Well now, these mariners - sailors, captains
Last Line: -o let them roll, parvenu landlubbers!
Alternate Author Name(s): Corbiere, Tristan
Subject(s): Death; Sailing & Sailors; Dead, The; Seamen; Sails


TIME, by EDOUARD JOACHIM CORBIERE               
First Line: Alms for the hunting highwayman, an evil eye for the murderer's
Last Line: Tear. You weep, my heart! Come on, sing some more--don't count
Alternate Author Name(s): Corbiere, Tristan


TO A SUCKLING SATIRIST, by EDOUARD JOACHIM CORBIERE               
First Line: Withwild hexametric oars, you row in verse and versus everyone
Last Line: Thoughts, gathered long before, when the days were fine in paradise %lost
Alternate Author Name(s): Corbiere, Tristan


TO MAKE A DEAD BOY LAUGH, by EDOUARD JOACHIM CORBIERE               
First Line: Go quickly, nimble comber of comets!
Last Line: Go quickly, nimble comber of comets!
Alternate Author Name(s): Corbiere, Tristan


TO MOUNT AETNA, by EDOUARD JOACHIM CORBIERE    Poem Text            
First Line: Aetna - I've been up vesuvius / vesuvius has shrunk, it seems
Last Line: A little more . . . Or less . . .
Alternate Author Name(s): Corbiere, Tristan
Subject(s): Etna (volcano); Volcanoes; Aetna (volcano)


TO MY MOUSE-COLORED MARE, by EDOUARD JOACHIM CORBIERE    Poem Text            
First Line: No spur or whiplash needed now
Last Line: We're arsy-varsy! . . . Hold it, girl!
Alternate Author Name(s): Corbiere, Tristan
Subject(s): Horseback Riding


TO THE ETERNAL MADAM, by EDOUARD JOACHIM CORBIERE               
First Line: Mannequin of the ideal! Half whipping boy, half bait! Eternal
Last Line: When the poet is bellowing heart, smart, dart! Then, while he's snor- %ing, come kiss your conqueror
Alternate Author Name(s): Corbiere, Tristan


TO THE MEMORY OF ZULMA, by EDOUARD JOACHIM CORBIERE               
First Line: She was age twenty rich, I was twenty francs young. We pooled our
Last Line: Lune: have sexual intercourse; faire un trou a la lune: not pay ones debts
Alternate Author Name(s): Corbiere, Tristan


TOAD, by EDOUARD JOACHIM CORBIERE               
First Line: A song in a windless night
Last Line: Good night. That toad you heard is I
Alternate Author Name(s): Corbiere, Tristan
Subject(s): Toads


TRISTE CORBIERE, by LAWRENCE FERLINGHETTI                Poet's Biography
Last Line: With his countenance of night