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Subject: ANTINUCLEAR MOVEMENT
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ADVICE FROM THE SHOULDER, by LINDA HOGAN    Poem Source                 Poet's Biography
First Line: Put down the dust rag
Subject(s): Antinuclear Movement; Environment


ADVICE TO A PROPHET, by RICHARD WILBUR    Poem Text             Recitation by Author     Poet's Biography
First Line: When you come, as you soon must, to the streets of our city
Last Line: When the bronze annals of the oak-tree close.
Subject(s): Antinuclear Movement; Christianity; Environment; Judgment Day; Messiah; Nuclear War; Religion; Sea Monsters; Nuclear Freeze; Environmental Protection; Ecology; Conservation; End Of The World; Doomsday; Fall Of Man; Atomic Bomb; Hydrogen Bomb; Theology; S


AFTER FISH, by LINDA HOGAN    Poem Source                 Poet's Biography
First Line: Between gills %I stabbed the knife
Last Line: The cats come from nowhere
Subject(s): Antinuclear Movement; Environment


ALCHEMISTS, by LINDA HOGAN    Poem Source                 Poet's Biography
First Line: By day
Last Line: And live forever, %all base metals %in cermonial fire
Subject(s): Antinuclear Movement; Environment


ALL WINTER, by LINDA HOGAN    Poem Text                 Poet's Biography
First Line: In winter I remember
Subject(s): Antinuclear Movement; Environment; Native Americans; Nuclear Freeze; Environmental Protection; Ecology; Conservation; Indians Of America; American Indians; Indians Of South America


ALL WINTER, by LINDA HOGAN    Poem Source                 Poet's Biography
First Line: In winter I remember
Last Line: The things we might forget
Subject(s): Antinuclear Movement; Environment; Native Americans


ARROWHEAD, by LINDA HOGAN    Poem Source                 Poet's Biography
First Line: I hear the soft breath
Last Line: In the breeze %are the sounds of this man %chipping stone, %his old knees bent %and birds %falling %
Subject(s): Antinuclear Movement; Environment


AT THE BOMB TESTING SITE, by WILLIAM EDGAR STAFFORD    Poem Text                 Poet's Biography
First Line: At noon in the desert a panting lizard
Last Line: The hands gripped hard on the desert.
Subject(s): Antinuclear Movement; Atomic Bomb - Testing; Desserts; Nuclear Freeze


AVALANCHE, by LINDA HOGAN    Poem Source                 Poet's Biography
First Line: Just last month
Last Line: Coming soon with its wildflowers
Subject(s): Antinuclear Movement; Environment; Women


BEES IN TRANSIT: OSAGE COUNTY, by LINDA HOGAN    Poem Source                 Poet's Biography
First Line: Like a hundred white bedroom chests
Subject(s): Antinuclear Movement; Environment


BLESSING, by LINDA HOGAN    Poem Source                 Poet's Biography
First Line: Blessed / are the injured animals
Last Line: When no one is left to speak.
Subject(s): Antinuclear Movement; Environment; Nuclear Freeze; Environmental Protection; Ecology; Conservation


BLESSING THE CHILDREN, by LINDA HOGAN    Poem Source                 Poet's Biography
First Line: Blue curves of our ears %are filled with a bird
Last Line: All the places are holy. %everything blesses us
Subject(s): Antinuclear Movement; Environment


BREAKING, by LINDA HOGAN    Poem Source                 Poet's Biography
First Line: When the forest was seed
Subject(s): Antinuclear Movement; Environment


BRIDGE, by LINDA HOGAN    Poem Source                 Poet's Biography
First Line: In straw
Subject(s): Antinuclear Movement; Environment


BRIGHT WINGS, DAYBREAK, by LINDA HOGAN    Poem Source                 Poet's Biography
First Line: Small fires, the wings %red as morning
Last Line: And let wings rise, %weightless fire, above the body's ruins
Subject(s): Antinuclear Movement; Environment


CALLING MYSELF HOME, by LINDA HOGAN    Poem Source                 Poet's Biography
First Line: There were old women
Last Line: To the shells locked together %on his back, %gold atoms dancing underground
Subject(s): Antinuclear Movement; Environment


CELEBRATION: BIRTH OF A COLT, by LINDA HOGAN    Poem Text                 Poet's Biography
First Line: When we reach the field
Subject(s): Antinuclear Movement; Environment; Native Americans; Ranch Life; Women Writers; Nuclear Freeze; Environmental Protection; Ecology; Conservation; Indians Of America; American Indians; Indians Of South America


CELEBRATION: BIRTH OF A COLT, by LINDA HOGAN    Poem Source                 Poet's Biography
First Line: When we reach the field
Last Line: With pollen blowing off the corn, %land that will always ownus, %everywhere it is red
Subject(s): Antinuclear Movement; Environment; Native Americans; Ranch Life; Women - Writers


CHANGING WEATHER, by LINDA HOGAN    Poem Source                 Poet's Biography
First Line: There's something in the blood's stomach
Subject(s): Antinuclear Movement; Environment


COME IN, by LINDA HOGAN    Poem Source                 Poet's Biography
First Line: Another morning walks in this canyon
Subject(s): Antinuclear Movement; Environment


COYOTE, by LINDA HOGAN    Poem Source                 Poet's Biography
First Line: Steel jaws are tense to clamp shut
Last Line: The blackest sweat %of [or, the] morning on the ground
Subject(s): Antinuclear Movement; Environment; Native Americans


CRAYFISH, by LINDA HOGAN    Poem Source                 Poet's Biography
First Line: The warm hands %the soft hands of kind men
Last Line: Fear gripped inside the soft hands, the warm hands
Subject(s): Antinuclear Movement; Environment


CROWS, by LINDA HOGAN    Poem Source                 Poet's Biography
First Line: Hear them speak like men
Last Line: They are quiet, %so still %I wait for a breath %to escape the warm feathers
Subject(s): Antinuclear Movement; Environment


DAUGHTERS SLEEPING, by LINDA HOGAN    Poem Source                 Poet's Biography
First Line: Yesterday the younger one slept in my arms
Last Line: And blew about their home %a warm snow
Subject(s): Antinuclear Movement; Environment


DAY BEFORE SPRING, by LINDA HOGAN    Poem Source                 Poet's Biography
First Line: In my hand
Subject(s): Antinuclear Movement; Environment


DAYBREAK, by LINDA HOGAN    Poem Source                 Poet's Biography
Last Line: How soft %you disappear confused %daughter %daughters %I love you
Subject(s): Antinuclear Movement; Environment


DAYBREAK, by LINDA HOGAN    Poem Source                 Poet's Biography
First Line: Daybreak. %my daughter sitting at the table
Last Line: You disappear confused %daughter %daughters %I love you
Subject(s): Antinuclear Movement; Environment


DEATH, ETC., by LINDA HOGAN    Poem Source                 Poet's Biography
First Line: Senorita, he said, come dance with me
Subject(s): Antinuclear Movement; Environment


DESERT, by LINDA HOGAN    Poem Source                 Poet's Biography
First Line: This is the earth
Subject(s): Antinuclear Movement; Environment


DIRECTIONS FOR CARRYING EXPLOSIVE NUCLEAR WASTES THROUGH ..., by JUNE JORDAN    Poem Text                 Poet's Biography
First Line: Enter the long island expressway at brookhaven
Last Line: And look out for the crazies.
Subject(s): Antinuclear Movement; Driving & Drivers; New York City; Nuclear Waste; Trucks & Trucking; Nuclear Freeze; Manhattan; New York, New York; The Big Apple; Teamsters; Truckers; Freight


DISAPPEARANCES, by LINDA HOGAN    Poem Source                 Poet's Biography
First Line: Whatever love or hate we hold
Last Line: And loving every small thing %every step we take on earth
Subject(s): Antinuclear Movement; Environment


DRIVING AT NIGHT, by LINDA HOGAN    Poem Source                 Poet's Biography
First Line: The world is full of these roads
Last Line: Asleep at night %dreaming all the dark roads %out of the world
Subject(s): Antinuclear Movement; Environment


ECLIPSE, by LINDA HOGAN    Poem Source                 Poet's Biography
First Line: While you were looking at the mountain
Last Line: A fireline %above the mountain's blue smoke
Subject(s): Antinuclear Movement; Environment


ECLISPE: 2, by LINDA HOGAN    Poem Source                 Poet's Biography
First Line: The earth shows her face to the moon
Subject(s): Antinuclear Movement; Environment


ELK SONG, by LINDA HOGAN    Poem Source                 Poet's Biography
First Line: We give thanks
Subject(s): Antinuclear Movement; Elk; Environment


EVOLUTION IN LIGHT AND WATER, by LINDA HOGAN    Poem Source                 Poet's Biography
First Line: Above the gold dragons of rivers
Subject(s): Antinuclear Movement; Environment


FEAR OF THE DARK, by LINDA HOGAN    Poem Source                 Poet's Biography
First Line: After ten years
Subject(s): Antinuclear Movement; Environment


FINDING BEADS, by LINDA HOGAN    Poem Source                 Poet's Biography
First Line: White beads
Last Line: Our hands like the dry reeds %knotted together %could sweep all this away, %break the clear thread
Subject(s): Antinuclear Movement; Environment


FIRE, by LINDA HOGAN    Poem Source                 Poet's Biography
First Line: Fire breaks through rivers
Last Line: Seamless, burning alive morning's double embers %the salamander passes through
Subject(s): Antinuclear Movement; Environment


FIRST LIGHT, by LINDA HOGAN    Poem Source                 Poet's Biography
First Line: I early morning
Subject(s): Antinuclear Movement; Environment


FIRST LIGHT, by LINDA HOGAN    Poem Source                 Poet's Biography
First Line: In early morning %I forget I'm in this world
Subject(s): Antinuclear Movement; Environment


FISHERMAN, by LINDA HOGAN    Poem Source                 Poet's Biography
First Line: The sun, yellow spider
Last Line: Sunlight and air %pulled in on a line
Subject(s): Antinuclear Movement; Environment


FISHING, by LINDA HOGAN    Poem Source                 Poet's Biography
First Line: Stones go nowhere
Subject(s): Antinuclear Movement; Environment


FOLKSONG, by LINDA HOGAN    Poem Source                 Poet's Biography
First Line: The men are in assembly
Subject(s): Antinuclear Movement; Environment


FOR ETHEL ROSENBERG, by ADRIENNE CECILE RICH    Poem Text                 Poet's Biography
First Line: Europe 1953: / throughout my random sleepwalk
Last Line: With secrets she has never sold
Subject(s): Antinuclear Movement; Capital Punishment; Communism; Mccarthyism; Rosenberg Case; Nuclear Freeze; Hanging; Executions; Death Penalty; Rosenberg, Ethel; Rosenberg, Julius


FRIDAY NIGHT, by LINDA HOGAN    Poem Source                 Poet's Biography
First Line: Sometimes I see a light in her kitchen
Last Line: Peppermint is every bit as good as the ambulance. %and I said, yes. It is home grown
Subject(s): Antinuclear Movement; Environment


GAMBLE, by LINDA HOGAN    Poem Source                 Poet's Biography
First Line: Those men with dollars on the mind
Subject(s): Antinuclear Movement; Environment


GATHERED AT THE RIVER; FOR BEATRICE HAWLEY AND JOHN JAGEL, by DENISE LEVERTOV    Poem Text                 Poet's Biography
First Line: As if the trees were not indifferent
Last Line: No pollen.
Subject(s): Antinuclear Movement; Atomic Bomb - Victims; Hiroshima, Japan; Nagasaki, Japan; Nature; Nuclear War; Nuclear Freeze; Atomic Bomb; Hydrogen Bomb


GEODES, by LINDA HOGAN    Poem Source                 Poet's Biography
First Line: We open
Subject(s): Antinuclear Movement; Environment


GERANIUMS, by LINDA HOGAN    Poem Source                 Poet's Biography
First Line: Life is burning
Subject(s): Antinuclear Movement; Environment


GERMINAL, by LINDA HOGAN    Poem Source                 Poet's Biography
First Line: Downstairs, things are growing
Last Line: And all things saved and growing
Subject(s): Antinuclear Movement; Environment


GET UP, GO AWOL!, by LINDA HOGAN    Poem Source                 Poet's Biography
First Line: The soldiers on bivouac
Subject(s): Antinuclear Movement; Environment


GOING TO TOWN, by LINDA HOGAN    Poem Source                 Poet's Biography
First Line: I wake up early while you sleep
Last Line: Close your eyes & it comes, %the music of old roads %we still travel together, so far %the sound is
Subject(s): Antinuclear Movement; Environment


GRASSHOPPERS AND OLD MEN, by LINDA HOGAN    Poem Source                 Poet's Biography
First Line: Grasshoppers the colors of old suitcases
Subject(s): Antinuclear Movement; Environment


GREAT LAWS AND LIGHT, by LINDA HOGAN    Poem Source                 Poet's Biography
First Line: Have faith
Subject(s): Antinuclear Movement; Environment


GUARDING A CHILD'S SLEEP, by LINDA HOGAN    Poem Source                 Poet's Biography
First Line: Her body sweats in sleep
Last Line: Who lost their red horses %as if tethered to fire
Subject(s): Antinuclear Movement; Environment


HACKBERRY TREES, by LINDA HOGAN    Poem Source                 Poet's Biography
First Line: We walk small
Last Line: The insects walk over our warm skin. %they think we are the earth
Subject(s): Antinuclear Movement; Environment


HALF-LIFE, by LINDA HOGAN    Poem Source                 Poet's Biography
First Line: Things of the past remain, %the dancing horse
Last Line: Into tomorrow a power %looking simply like lace %and light
Subject(s): Antinuclear Movement; Environment


HANDS, by LINDA HOGAN    Poem Source                 Poet's Biography
First Line: The poor hands, overworked and dry
Last Line: Assert themselves through the skin
Subject(s): Antinuclear Movement; Environment; Hands; Women


HEARTLAND, by LINDA HOGAN    Poem Source                 Poet's Biography
First Line: There are few moments of silence
Last Line: Breathes the heart of soil upward, the voice of our gods beneath concrete.
Subject(s): Antinuclear Movement; Environment


HELL MURAL: PANEL 2, by RONALD W. WALLACE    Poem Source                 Poet's Biography
First Line: Iri and toshi maruki are painting the bomb
Last Line: In iri and toshi maruki's painting, the bomb %is hiroshima, nagasaki, belsen, dachau, and vietnam
Alternate Author Name(s): Wallace, Ron
Subject(s): Antinuclear Movement; Nuclear War


HERITAGE, by LINDA HOGAN    Poem Text                 Poet's Biography
First Line: From my mother, the antique mirror
Subject(s): Antinuclear Movement; Environment; Ethnic Groups - United States; Minorities - United States; Native Americans; United States - Race Relations; Nuclear Freeze; Environmental Protection; Ecology; Conservation; Indians Of America; American Indians; Indian


HERITAGE, by LINDA HOGAN    Poem Source                 Poet's Biography
First Line: From my mother, the antique mirror
Last Line: Of never having a home
Subject(s): Antinuclear Movement; Environment; Ethnic Groups - United States; Minorities - United States; Native Americans; U.s. - Race Relations


HISTORY OF FIRE, by LINDA HOGAN    Poem Source                 Poet's Biography
First Line: My mother is a fire beneath stone
Last Line: Fanning the flame
Subject(s): Antinuclear Movement; Environment; Fire; Smoke


HOUSE, by LINDA HOGAN    Poem Source                 Poet's Biography
Subject(s): Antinuclear Movement; Environment


HOW TO SURVIVE NUCLEAR WAR; AFTER READING IBUSE'S 'BLACK RAIN', by MAXINE W. KUMIN    Poem Text                 Poet's Biography
First Line: Brought low in kyoto
Last Line: The enemies of despair.
Alternate Author Name(s): Kumin, Maxine
Subject(s): Antinuclear Movement; Nuclear War; Radiation & Radiation Sickness; Survival; Nuclear Freeze; Atomic Bomb; Hydrogen Bomb


I. A PLACE FOR THE EAGLE, by LINDA HOGAN    Poem Source                 Poet's Biography
First Line: Across a field of snow %where the coyote's track ends
Last Line: Inhabiting skin and hair %like silence around itself
Subject(s): Antinuclear Movement; Environment


IDAHO FALLS, 1961, by LINDA HOGAN    Poem Source                 Poet's Biography
First Line: Dark fields, dark sky. %wires carry light to children
Last Line: Blazing through narrow wires %birds touch and leave
Subject(s): Antinuclear Movement; Environment


II. STONE DWELLERS, by LINDA HOGAN    Poem Source                 Poet's Biography
First Line: Ants, living in the mountians
Last Line: Touch the people %the country %and things we try to forget
Subject(s): Antinuclear Movement; Environment


III. HOUSES, by LINDA HOGAN    Poem Source                 Poet's Biography
First Line: My father and I driving
Last Line: Birds %that remind us we are in this life, %we are this world
Subject(s): Antinuclear Movement; Environment


IN SILENCE, by LINDA HOGAN    Poem Source                 Poet's Biography
First Line: In silence the world grows
Last Line: Listneing for wind %that doesn't come tonight
Subject(s): Antinuclear Movement; Environment


IN SO MANY DARK ROOMS, by LINDA HOGAN    Poem Source                 Poet's Biography
First Line: It is impossible to close a door on dust
Subject(s): Antinuclear Movement; Environment


INSIDE OF THINGS, by LINDA HOGAN    Poem Source                 Poet's Biography
First Line: Such lovely voices, the angels
Subject(s): Antinuclear Movement; Environment


INSIDE THE CHICAGO ZOO, by LINDA HOGAN    Poem Source                 Poet's Biography
First Line: The black snakes are there
Subject(s): Antinuclear Movement; Environment


IT MUST BE, by LINDA HOGAN    Poem Source                 Poet's Biography
First Line: I am an old woman
Subject(s): Antinuclear Movement; Environment


IV. WILL NOT HOLD, by LINDA HOGAN    Poem Source                 Poet's Biography
First Line: Between the mountain and the ant
Last Line: Fly off the page %and enter the air %like that small ounce the soul weighs
Subject(s): Antinuclear Movement; Environment


KNIFE, by LINDA HOGAN    Poem Source                 Poet's Biography
First Line: This knife was used to sever the cord
Subject(s): Antinuclear Movement; Environment


LAND OF EXILE, by LINDA HOGAN    Poem Source                 Poet's Biography
First Line: So far from home. %it has been flying out of me
Last Line: Always flying %from the dark hollow of my chest
Subject(s): Antinuclear Movement; Environment


LAND OF LITTLE STICKS, 1945, by JAMES TATE    Poem Text                 Poet's Biography
First Line: Where the wife is scouring the frying pan
Last Line: Against his forearm, leaning up against the barn.
Subject(s): Antinuclear Movement; Atomic Bomb - Victims; Hiroshima, Japan; Nuclear War; Nuclear Freeze; Atomic Bomb; Hydrogen Bomb


LANDING, by LINDA HOGAN    Poem Source                 Poet's Biography
First Line: At the lake %a hunter loses himself
Last Line: Across what is awake %the light %inside ribs %in the dark
Subject(s): Antinuclear Movement; Environment


LANDSCAPE OF ANIMALS, by LINDA HOGAN    Poem Source                 Poet's Biography
First Line: The bodies of animals %against the earth
Last Line: Are they birds %whose voices fill the air around me?
Subject(s): Antinuclear Movement; Environment


LATE SPRING IN THE NUCLEAR AGE; FOR CLARE ROSSINI, by ANDREW HUDGINS    Poem Text                 Poet's Biography
First Line: The fish hit water nymphs, breaking surface
Last Line: That our deaths will not be the last.
Subject(s): Antinuclear Movement; Death; Nuclear War; Survival; Nuclear Freeze; Dead, The; Atomic Bomb; Hydrogen Bomb


LEAVING, by LINDA HOGAN    Poem Source                 Poet's Biography
First Line: Good-bye, divisions of people
Last Line: They say I've burned all my brown sticks %for telling time %and still it passes away
Subject(s): Antinuclear Movement; Environment


LEFT HAND CANYON, by LINDA HOGAN    Poem Source                 Poet's Biography
First Line: In the air %which moves the grass
Last Line: From their secret houses %of air
Subject(s): Antinuclear Movement; Environment; Ranch Life; Women - Writers


LEFT HAND CANYON, by LINDA HOGAN    Poem Source                 Poet's Biography
First Line: In the air
Last Line: When all the old animals %come back %from their secret houses %of air
Subject(s): Antinuclear Movement; Environment


LEGAL SYSTEM, by LINDA HOGAN    Poem Source                 Poet's Biography
First Line: One body, like a jury
Subject(s): Antinuclear Movement; Environment


LINDEN TREE, by LINDA HOGAN    Poem Source                 Poet's Biography
First Line: Rich yellow blossoms
Subject(s): Antinuclear Movement; Environment


LOCUST, by LINDA HOGAN    Poem Source                 Poet's Biography
First Line: This one didn't break %the walls of the body
Last Line: It lived in the shelter of leaves, %a temple with green walls
Subject(s): Antinuclear Movement; Environment


LOST GIRLS, by LINDA HOGAN    Poem Source                 Poet's Biography
First Line: I don't remember when
Subject(s): Antinuclear Movement; Environment


MAGPIE, by LINDA HOGAN    Poem Source                 Poet's Biography
First Line: Heaven is south. %turn the darkening membrane of one eye
Last Line: Discovered on an old crone %who buys herself %out on bond
Subject(s): Antinuclear Movement; Environment


MAN CALLING DEER, by LINDA HOGAN    Poem Source                 Poet's Biography
First Line: With the song of his voice and a bell
Last Line: There's a bell in dark stone, %a single bird %walking
Subject(s): Antinuclear Movement; Environment


MAN IN THE MOON, by LINDA HOGAN    Poem Source                 Poet's Biography
First Line: He's the man who climbs his barn
Last Line: I am like you %putting on a new white shirt %to drive away on the fine roads
Subject(s): Antinuclear Movement; Environment


ME, CROW, FISH, AND THE MAGI, by LINDA HOGAN    Poem Source                 Poet's Biography
First Line: Rooster %the smaller he is
Subject(s): Antinuclear Movement; Environment


MISSING, by LINDA HOGAN    Poem Source                 Poet's Biography
First Line: Last night the crickets were gone
Subject(s): Antinuclear Movement; Environment


MISSING THE ANIMALS, by LINDA HOGAN    Poem Source                 Poet's Biography
First Line: So many have escaped %space disappears
Last Line: Fired down the edge of the world %have missed them
Subject(s): Antinuclear Movement; Environment


MISSISSIPPI TREES, by LINDA HOGAN    Poem Source                 Poet's Biography
First Line: Some memory, underground pulse
Subject(s): Antinuclear Movement; Environment


MORNING WITH BROKEN WINDOW, by LINDA HOGAN    Poem Source                 Poet's Biography
First Line: In the morning
Subject(s): Antinuclear Movement; Environment


MORNING'S DANCE, by LINDA HOGAN    Poem Source                 Poet's Biography
First Line: Quiet. %time to sleep, %time when trees move earth
Last Line: Carbon %red ochre %we rise %burning %out of soil
Subject(s): Antinuclear Movement; Environment


MORNING: THE WORLD IN THE LAKE, by LINDA HOGAN    Poem Source                 Poet's Biography
First Line: Beneath each black duck
Subject(s): Antinuclear Movement; Environment


MOSQUITOES, by LINDA HOGAN    Poem Source                 Poet's Biography
First Line: To keep them from you
Last Line: I will be still as a stone %at the edge of water %watching my blood carried into air
Subject(s): Antinuclear Movement; Environment; Native Americans


NATIVITY, by LINDA HOGAN    Poem Source                 Poet's Biography
First Line: Old women
Last Line: Bread. %the smell %comes from stone
Subject(s): Antinuclear Movement; Environment


NEIGHBORS, by LINDA HOGAN    Poem Source                 Poet's Biography
First Line: In this country
Subject(s): Antinuclear Movement; Environment; Neighbors


NEW APARTMENT: MINNEAPOLIS, by LINDA HOGAN    Poem Source                 Poet's Biography
First Line: The floorboards creak
Last Line: And deer walking quietly on the soft red earth
Subject(s): Antinuclear Movement; Environment; Ethnic Groups - United States; Memory; Minorities - United States; Native Americans; U.s. - Race Relations


NIGHT AND DAY, by LINDA HOGAN    Poem Source                 Poet's Biography
First Line: At night, alone
Subject(s): Antinuclear Movement; Environment; Night


NIGHT DANCE, by LINDA HOGAN    Poem Source                 Poet's Biography
First Line: Everything wants to open itself
Last Line: Night soil %like dancers too shy for the grace of light
Subject(s): Antinuclear Movement; Environment


NIGHT WATCH, by LINDA HOGAN    Poem Source                 Poet's Biography
First Line: Bent men go home. %they leave empty clothes
Last Line: White as numbers %on the night watches of men
Subject(s): Antinuclear Movement; Environment


NIGHT WIND, by LINDA HOGAN    Poem Source                 Poet's Biography
First Line: Come in, I'll hold you
Subject(s): Antinuclear Movement; Environment


NOVEMBER, by LINDA HOGAN    Poem Source                 Poet's Biography
First Line: The sun climbs down
Subject(s): Antinuclear Movement; Environment


OFFERING, by LINDA HOGAN    Poem Source                 Poet's Biography
First Line: Today the golden koi
Subject(s): Antinuclear Movement; Environment


OIL, by LINDA HOGAN    Poem Source                 Poet's Biography
First Line: Men smile like they know everything
Last Line: With blue flame that never sleeps %and spreads its wings around us
Subject(s): Antinuclear Movement; Environment


ON THE CIRCUMFERENCE, by LINDA HOGAN    Poem Source                 Poet's Biography
First Line: Birds are flying juniper blue feathers
Last Line: Smell of blood %singing %against earth's bounds
Subject(s): Antinuclear Movement; Environment


ON THE EVE OF THEIR MUTUALLY ASSURED DESTRUCTION, by CAROLYN D. WRIGHT    Poem Source                 Poet's Biography
First Line: The body would open its legs like a book
Last Line: Though never in the wake of its flensing
Alternate Author Name(s): Wright, C. D.
Variant Title(s): On The Eve Of Our Mutually Assured Destructio
Subject(s): Antinuclear Movement; Bodies; Nuclear War; Sex


OPENING DAY, by DAVID MCKAIN    Poem Source                
First Line: Gusts of wind cruise like fish
Last Line: Else gets up, the seagulls yammering upriver.
Subject(s): Antinuclear Movement; History; Pacifism; Social Protest; Nuclear Freeze; Historians; Peace Movements


OTHER SIDE, by LINDA HOGAN    Poem Source                 Poet's Biography
First Line: At sunset %the white horse has disappeared
Subject(s): Antinuclear Movement; Environment


OTHER VOICES, by LINDA HOGAN    Poem Source                 Poet's Biography
First Line: There are things we do not tell
Last Line: And I hear them %and I don't %and even police can't stop earth telling
Subject(s): Antinuclear Movement; Environment; Ranch Life; Women - Writers


OUR HOUSES, by LINDA HOGAN    Poem Source                 Poet's Biography
First Line: When we enter the unknown
Subject(s): Antinuclear Movement; Environment


PILLOW, by LINDA HOGAN    Poem Source                 Poet's Biography
First Line: There are nights with feathers underhead
Last Line: And bootblack shoes
Subject(s): Antinuclear Movement; Environment


PLANTING A CEDAR, by LINDA HOGAN    Poem Source                 Poet's Biography
First Line: From beneath a stone
Subject(s): Antinuclear Movement; Environment


PLUTONIAN ODE, by ALLEN GINSBERG    Poem Text             Recitation by Author     Poet's Biography
First Line: What new element before us unborn in nature?
Last Line: Space, so ah!
Subject(s): Antinuclear Movement; Nuclear War; Nuclear Freeze; Atomic Bomb; Hydrogen Bomb


POND, by LINDA HOGAN    Poem Source                 Poet's Biography
Subject(s): Antinuclear Movement; Environment


PORCUPINE ON THE ROAD TO THE RIVER, by LINDA HOGAN    Poem Source                 Poet's Biography
First Line: The porcupine walked
Subject(s): Antinuclear Movement; Environment


POSTSCRIPT TO DEATH, ETC., by LINDA HOGAN    Poem Source                 Poet's Biography
First Line: In north america
Subject(s): Antinuclear Movement; Environment


POTATOES, by LINDA HOGAN    Poem Source                 Poet's Biography
First Line: This is the month of warm days
Subject(s): Antinuclear Movement; Environment


POTHOLES, by LINDA HOGAN    Poem Source                 Poet's Biography
First Line: The streets we live by fall away.
Last Line: Take care, a hundred suns look out of earth %beneath circling tires.
Subject(s): Antinuclear Movement; Environment


PRIMER FOR THE NUCLEAR AGE, by RITA DOVE    Poem Text                 Poet's Biography
First Line: At the edge of the mariner's
Subject(s): Antinuclear Movement; Nuclear Freeze


RADIATION, by MARGARET FERGUSON GIBSON    Poem Text                 Poet's Biography
First Line: Stand in the sun long enough to remember
Last Line: Our one original name.
Alternate Author Name(s): Gibson, Margaret
Subject(s): Antinuclear Movement; Radiation & Radiation Sickness; Nuclear Freeze


RAIN, by LINDA HOGAN    Poem Source                 Poet's Biography
First Line: When it rains fish
Last Line: Sun that brings fish, %children and even the rain %back home again
Subject(s): Antinuclear Movement; Environment


RAIN, by LINDA HOGAN    Poem Source                 Poet's Biography
First Line: Rain's story
Subject(s): Antinuclear Movement; Environment


RAINY SEASON, by LINDA HOGAN    Poem Source                 Poet's Biography
First Line: The women are walking to town
Subject(s): Antinuclear Movement; Environment


RED CLAY, by LINDA HOGAN    Poem Source                 Poet's Biography
First Line: Turtle, old as earth
Last Line: We are here, the red earth %passes like light into us %and stays
Subject(s): Antinuclear Movement; Environment


REMEMBERING THE LIGHTNING, by LINDA HOGAN    Poem Source                 Poet's Biography
First Line: In that flash of light
Last Line: The sky crackles like a gun %and shadows of thin trees %falldown to the ground
Subject(s): Antinuclear Movement; Environment


RIVER CALLS THEM, by LINDA HOGAN    Poem Source                 Poet's Biography
First Line: Tadpoles in a jar
Last Line: Stiff frogs are dropped into earth %damp and waiting
Subject(s): Antinuclear Movement; Environment


RUINS, by LINDA HOGAN    Poem Source                 Poet's Biography
First Line: The children's voices %I thought I heard
Last Line: The sounds called back to themselves, %the ears ringing, %the sheep
Subject(s): Antinuclear Movement; Environment


SAND ROSES, by LINDA HOGAN    Poem Source                 Poet's Biography
First Line: They lie down in the fields
Subject(s): Antinuclear Movement; Environment


SAVING, by LINDA HOGAN    Poem Source                 Poet's Biography
First Line: My good clothes
Subject(s): Antinuclear Movement; Environment


SCIENTIFIC-TECHNOLOGICAL PARADIGM, by WILLIAM WITHERUP    Poem Source                
First Line: After the first a-bomb test,'
Last Line: After a shit and a coffee break
Subject(s): Antinuclear Movement; Bombs; Missiles; Nuclear Accidents; Science


SCORPION, by LINDA HOGAN    Poem Source                 Poet's Biography
First Line: In the old days %she was a god
Subject(s): Antinuclear Movement; Environment


SEEING THROUGH THE SUN, by LINDA HOGAN    Poem Source                 Poet's Biography
First Line: How dishonest the sun
Subject(s): Antinuclear Movement; Environment


SHADOW, by LINDA HOGAN    Poem Source                 Poet's Biography
First Line: What do I know of you, no wrinkles on your face
Last Line: My hand on yours, %I wish you long life
Subject(s): Antinuclear Movement; Environment


SHAPE OF THINGS, by LINDA HOGAN    Poem Source                 Poet's Biography
First Line: She lets go of my hand
Subject(s): Antinuclear Movement; Environment


SHOULDERS, by NAOMI SHIHAB NYE    Poem Text                 Poet's Biography
First Line: A man crosses the street in rain
Last Line: The rain will never stop falling.
Subject(s): Antinuclear Movement; Fathers & Sons; Peace; Nuclear Freeze


SIMULTANEOUSLY, by DAVID IGNATOW    Poem Text                 Poet's Biography
First Line: Simultaneously, five thousand miles apart
Last Line: Sprouting leaves.
Subject(s): Antinuclear Movement; Nuclear War; Nuclear Freeze; Atomic Bomb; Hydrogen Bomb


SMALL ANIMALS AT NIGHT, by LINDA HOGAN    Poem Source                 Poet's Biography
First Line: Surprised in sleeping flesh %they wake up
Last Line: The voices here in grace %in the hollows of this body
Subject(s): Antinuclear Movement; Environment


SMALL LIFE, by LINDA HOGAN    Poem Source                 Poet's Biography
First Line: I surrender to them all %the arcana of insects
Last Line: Which means we are safe %we are never alone
Subject(s): Antinuclear Movement; Environment


SONG FOR MY NAME, by LINDA HOGAN    Poem Source                 Poet's Biography
First Line: Before sunrise
Last Line: It's the name that goes with me %back to earth %no one else can touch
Subject(s): Antinuclear Movement; Environment


SONNET AGAINST NUCLEAR WEAPONS, by JANE MILLER    Poem Text                 Poet's Biography
First Line: The human sigh commuted to life imprisonment
Last Line: The suppression of rights. A snake.
Subject(s): Antinuclear Movement; Nuclear Freeze


SPONTANEOUS COMBUSTION, by LINDA HOGAN    Poem Source                 Poet's Biography
First Line: Between railroad cars
Subject(s): Antinuclear Movement; Environment


STOLEN TREES, by LINDA HOGAN    Poem Source                 Poet's Biography
First Line: The sound we make sleeping
Last Line: Trees whose wood flash %light. Trees, beautiful trees %who can kill a man %like the fallen wings of
Subject(s): Antinuclear Movement; Environment


STRATEGIC AIR COMMAND, by GARY SNYDER    Poem Text                 Poet's Biography
First Line: The hiss and flashing lights of a jet
Last Line: Belongs to the twentieth century and its wars.
Subject(s): Antinuclear Movement; Strategic Air Command; Nuclear Freeze


SUCH WEATHER, by LINDA HOGAN    Poem Source                 Poet's Biography
First Line: The hands of wind are busy
Subject(s): Antinuclear Movement; Environment


SUMMER AGAIN, by LINDA HOGAN    Poem Source                 Poet's Biography
First Line: What does he think about
Subject(s): Antinuclear Movement; Environment


SUNDAY AFTERNOON AT FULHAM PALACE, by ELIZABETH SPIRES    Poem Text                 Poet's Biography
First Line: A sunday afternoon in late september, one of the last
Last Line: And ask, once more, to enter that innocent first world.
Subject(s): Antinuclear Movement; London; Nuclear Freeze


TAR, by CHARLES KENNETH WILLIAMS    Poem Source                 Poet's Biography
First Line: The first morning of three mile island: those first disquieting
Last Line: Scribbled with obscenities and hearts.
Alternate Author Name(s): Williams, C. K.
Subject(s): Antinuclear Movement; Nuclear Accidents; Nuclear Freeze; Chernobyl; Three Mile Island


TERMINAL COLLOQUY, by CHARLES MARTIN    Poem Text                 Poet's Biography
First Line: O where will you go when the blinding flash
Last Line: Nothing, after the blinding flash.
Subject(s): Antinuclear Movement; Nuclear War; Nuclear Freeze; Atomic Bomb; Hydrogen Bomb


TERRITORY OF NIGHT, by LINDA HOGAN    Poem Source                 Poet's Biography
First Line: Do you hear
Subject(s): Antinuclear Movement; Environment


THANKSGIVING, by LINDA HOGAN    Poem Source                 Poet's Biography
First Line: Turkey, blue head on the ground
Last Line: Noisy, breaking the glass sky %grey %they are grey %and their wings are weightless
Subject(s): Antinuclear Movement; Environment; Holidays; Thanksgiving Day


THE BATH: AUGUST 6, 1945, by KIMIKO HAHN    Poem Text                 Poet's Biography
First Line: Bathing the summer night
Last Line: And to take hold.
Subject(s): Antinuclear Movement; Atomic Bomb - Victims; Hiroshima, Japan; Nuclear War; Peace; Radiation & Radiation Sickness; Social Protest; Survival; War; Nuclear Freeze; Atomic Bomb; Hydrogen Bomb


THE FUNDAMENTAL PROJECT OF TECHNOLOGY, by GALWAY KINNELL    Poem Text                 Poet's Biography
First Line: Under glass: glass dishes which changed
Last Line: To look back and say, a flash, a white flash sparkled.
Subject(s): Antinuclear Movement; Atomic Bomb - Victims; Judgment Day; Nuclear War; Nuclear Freeze; End Of The World; Doomsday; Fall Of Man; Atomic Bomb; Hydrogen Bomb


THE GARDEN, by DORIANNE LAUX    Poem Text                 Poet's Biography
First Line: We were talking about poetry
Last Line: Preparing to open the door.
Subject(s): Antinuclear Movement; Nuclear War; Poetry & Poets; Nuclear Freeze; Atomic Bomb; Hydrogen Bomb


THE GARDEN SHUKKEI-EN, by CAROLYN FORCHE    Poem Text                 Poet's Biography
First Line: By way of a vanished bridge we cross this river
Last Line: It is the bell to awaken god that we've heard ringing
Alternate Author Name(s): Sidlosky, Carolyn
Subject(s): Antinuclear Movement; Nuclear War; Nuclear Freeze; Atomic Bomb; Hydrogen Bomb


THE HORSE, by PHILIP LEVINE    Poem Text                 Poet's Biography
First Line: They spoke of the horse alive
Last Line: Their bones in one mad dance.
Subject(s): Animals; Antinuclear Movement; Atomic Bomb - Victims; Hiroshima, Japan; Horses; Nuclear Freeze


THE NEW APARTMENT: MINNEAPOLIS, by LINDA HOGAN    Poem Text                 Poet's Biography
First Line: The floorboards creak
Subject(s): Antinuclear Movement; Environment; Ethnic Groups - United States; Memory; Minorities - United States; Native Americans; United States - Race Relations; Nuclear Freeze; Environmental Protection; Ecology; Conservation; Indians Of America; American Indians


THE ORIGINS OF CORN, by LINDA HOGAN    Poem Text                 Poet's Biography
First Line: This is the female corn. / this is the male
Last Line: Will find it green and alive.
Subject(s): Antinuclear Movement; Environment; Love; Nuclear Freeze; Environmental Protection; Ecology; Conservation


THE PLANET KRYPTON, by LYNN EMANUEL    Poem Text                 Poet's Biography
First Line: Outside the window the mcgill smelter
Last Line: We could have anything we wanted.
Subject(s): Antinuclear Movement; Baby Boom Generation; Kent State University - Riot, 1970; Women; Nuclear Freeze


THE TRUTH IS, by LINDA HOGAN    Poem Text                 Poet's Biography
First Line: In my left pocket a chickasaw hand
Subject(s): Antinuclear Movement; Environment; Ethnic Groups - United States; Minorities - United States; Native Americans; United States - Race Relations; Women; Nuclear Freeze; Environmental Protection; Ecology; Conservation; Indians Of America; American Indians;


THOSE WHO THUNDER, by LINDA HOGAN    Poem Source                 Poet's Biography
Last Line: And this is how walls have fallen in other cities
Subject(s): Antinuclear Movement; Environment; Thunder


THOUGHT, by LINDA HOGAN    Poem Source                 Poet's Biography
First Line: The tree is all alone
Subject(s): Antinuclear Movement; Environment


THROUGH THE FOG, by LINDA HOGAN    Poem Source                 Poet's Biography
First Line: Fog closes the world
Subject(s): Antinuclear Movement; Environment


TIVA'S TAPESTRY: LA LLORONA, by LINDA HOGAN    Poem Source                 Poet's Biography
First Line: White-haired woman of winter
Subject(s): Antinuclear Movement; Environment


TO LIGHT, by LINDA HOGAN    Poem Source                 Poet's Biography
First Line: At the spring
Subject(s): Antinuclear Movement; Environment


TRAIN'S PASSAGE, by LINDA HOGAN    Poem Source                 Poet's Biography
First Line: A siren black whistle %tunnels through dark clouds
Last Line: Their song goes on %rushing %light %to fill the distance
Subject(s): Antinuclear Movement; Environment


TRUTH IS, by LINDA HOGAN    Poem Source                 Poet's Biography
First Line: In my left pocket a chickasaw hand
Last Line: The left shoe %and the right one with its white foot
Subject(s): Antinuclear Movement; Environment; Ethnic Groups - United States; Minorities - United States; Native Americans; U.s. - Race Relations; Women


TRUTH OF THE MATTER, by LINDA HOGAN    Poem Source                 Poet's Biography
First Line: The face of daylight has been removed
Subject(s): Antinuclear Movement; Environment


TRYING TO TALK WITH A MAN, by ADRIENNE CECILE RICH    Poem Text                 Poet's Biography
First Line: Out in this desert we are testing bombs
Last Line: As if we were testing anything else.
Subject(s): Antinuclear Movement; Atomic Bomb - Testing; Men; Nuclear Freeze


TURNING, by LINDA HOGAN    Poem Source                 Poet's Biography
First Line: The fevers of winter have flown away
Subject(s): Antinuclear Movement; Environment


TURTLE, by LINDA HOGAN    Poem Source                 Poet's Biography
First Line: I'm dreaming the old turtle back
Last Line: We are amber, %the small animals %are gold inside us
Subject(s): Antinuclear Movement; Environment; Native Americans


TWO OF HEARTS, by LINDA HOGAN    Poem Source                 Poet's Biography
First Line: I dream my fingers are knives
Subject(s): Antinuclear Movement; Environment


TWO WINDS, by LINDA HOGAN    Poem Source                 Poet's Biography
First Line: The cold north wind
Subject(s): Antinuclear Movement; Environment


U.S. 1946 KING'S X, by ROBERT FROST    Poem Text                 Poet's Biography
First Line: Having invented a new holocaust
Last Line: King's x no fairs to use it any more!
Subject(s): Antinuclear Movement; Nuclear Freeze


U.S. 1946 KING'S X, by ROBERT FROST    Poem Source                 Poet's Biography
First Line: Having invented a new holocaust
Last Line: King's x -- no fairs to use it anymore!
Subject(s): Antinuclear Movement


V. WHO WILL SPEAK?, by LINDA HOGAN    Poem Source                 Poet's Biography
First Line: If all the animals came from the hills
Last Line: I do not want the words to fall away. %I do not want to break this spell
Subject(s): Antinuclear Movement; Environment


VAPOR CAVE, by LINDA HOGAN    Poem Source                 Poet's Biography
First Line: Daughter of stones
Last Line: The sun is bright. %the sky is clear. %each tip of the grass is shining
Subject(s): Antinuclear Movement; Environment


VAPOR TRAILS, by GARY SNYDER    Poem Text                 Poet's Biography
First Line: Twin streaks twice higher than cumulus
Last Line: —spotting that design.
Subject(s): Air Force - United States; Antinuclear Movement; Nuclear War; Nuclear Freeze; Atomic Bomb; Hydrogen Bomb


WALL SONGS, by LINDA HOGAN    Poem Source                 Poet's Biography
First Line: The southern jungle is a green wall
Last Line: Showing again, again %that boundaries are all lies
Subject(s): Antinuclear Movement; Environment; Native Americans


WARM RAIN, by LINDA HOGAN    Poem Source                 Poet's Biography
First Line: Birds fly into the window and turn
Subject(s): Antinuclear Movement; Environment


WATCH ME, by LINDA HOGAN    Poem Source                 Poet's Biography
First Line: White cows in the lightning
Subject(s): Antinuclear Movement; Environment


WATER RISING, by LINDA HOGAN    Poem Source                 Poet's Biography
First Line: We rose up from the rocks %like the night a mineral spring
Last Line: And let us dance away %forever from the dark body
Subject(s): Antinuclear Movement; Environment


WAYS HOME, by LINDA HOGAN    Poem Source                 Poet's Biography
First Line: Last summer %spiders came down from trees
Last Line: Leaving, dancing home %a strand of light
Subject(s): Antinuclear Movement; Environment


WELCOME TO HIROSHIMA, by MARY JO SALTER    Poem Text                 Poet's Biography
First Line: Is what you first see, stepping off the train
Last Line: Worked its filthy way out like a tongue.
Subject(s): Antinuclear Movement; Hiroshima, Japan; Literary Form; World War Ii; Nuclear Freeze; Second World War


WHAT GETS IN, by LINDA HOGAN    Poem Source                 Poet's Biography
First Line: In daylight %houses expand
Last Line: Even the moon at the window
Subject(s): Antinuclear Movement; Environment; Nuclear War


WHAT HAS HAPPENED TO THESE WORKING HANDS?, by LINDA HOGAN    Poem Source                 Poet's Biography
First Line: They opened the ground and closed it around seeds
Last Line: They drummed the old burial songs
Subject(s): Antinuclear Movement; Environment


WHAT I THINK, by LINDA HOGAN    Poem Source                 Poet's Biography
First Line: It is peaceful to cut celery
Subject(s): Antinuclear Movement; Environment


WHAT THE END IS FOR (GRAND FORKS, NORTH DAKOTA), by JORIE GRAHAM    Poem Text                 Poet's Biography
First Line: A boy just like you took me out to see them
Last Line: Until the sound of the open ocean grows and the voice.
Subject(s): Antinuclear Movement; Strategic Air Command; Nuclear Freeze


WHAT'S LIVING, by LINDA HOGAN    Poem Source                 Poet's Biography
First Line: The amphibious bedlam of mothers
Subject(s): Antinuclear Movement; Environment


WHEN, by SHARON OLDS    Poem Text                 Poet's Biography
First Line: I wonder now only when it will happen
Last Line: It will look so beautiful.
Subject(s): Amputees; Antinuclear Movement; Nuclear War; Nuclear Freeze; Atomic Bomb; Hydrogen Bomb


WHEN THE VACATION IS OVER FOR GOOD, by MARK STRAND    Poem Text                 Poet's Biography
First Line: It will be strange
Last Line: We are dying.
Subject(s): Antinuclear Movement; Nuclear War; Vacation; Nuclear Freeze; Atomic Bomb; Hydrogen Bomb


WINDOW IN STONE, by LINDA HOGAN    Poem Source                 Poet's Biography
First Line: A child sleeps
Subject(s): Antinuclear Movement; Environment


WOMAN CHOPPING WOOD, by LINDA HOGAN    Poem Source                 Poet's Biography
First Line: I like the smell of pine
Subject(s): Antinuclear Movement; Environment


WOMEN ARE GRIEVING, by LINDA HOGAN    Poem Source                 Poet's Biography
First Line: Light %lumine %our salvation
Last Line: Death is stealing from me %death is dancing me ragged
Subject(s): Antinuclear Movement; Environment


WOMEN SPEAKING, by LINDA HOGAN    Poem Source                 Poet's Biography
First Line: And the russian women in blue towns %are speaking
Last Line: Over the wise distances %on perfect feet. %daughters, I love you
Subject(s): Antinuclear Movement; Environment


WOODGATHERING IN OCTOBER, by LINDA HOGAN    Poem Source                 Poet's Biography
First Line: Dark trees built tall by the sun
Subject(s): Antinuclear Movement; Environment


WORKDAY, by LINDA HOGAN    Poem Source                 Poet's Biography
First Line: I go to work
Subject(s): Antinuclear Movement; Environment


X-RAY OF MY DAUGHTER, by LINDA HOGAN    Poem Source                 Poet's Biography
First Line: Beneath growing breasts
Last Line: Passing through the black and white %revelations of bone
Subject(s): Antinuclear Movement; Environment; X-rays


YOUNG BOYS, by LINDA HOGAN    Poem Source                 Poet's Biography
First Line: It's springtime and young boys
Subject(s): Antinuclear Movement; Environment