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BILLIARDS, by GEO DUMITRESCU    Poem Source                
First Line: Billiards - what a splendid game it is
Last Line: The only ball with which I can find the red ball, %the sun-ball....
Subject(s): Billiards

CAPPER KAPLINSKI AT THE NORTH SIDE CUE CLUB, by HAYDEN CARRUTH    Poem Text                 Poet's Biography
First Line: What's it like? You take it from me
Last Line: We're playing or ain't we?
Subject(s): Billiards; Life; Sports

DOCTOR OF BILLIARDS, by EDWIN ARLINGTON ROBINSON    Poem Text                 Poet's Biography
First Line: Of all among the fallen from on high
Last Line: We seem to think there may be something else.
Subject(s): Billiards

MINNESOTA FLATS, by JAMES CHARLES RUGGIA    Poem Source                
First Line: New york's dean of green walked to the smoke
Last Line: After a match, his brains beaten, fried
Subject(s): Pool And Billiards

POCKET BILLIARDS, by SUSAN EISENBERG    Poem Source                
First Line: After fifty years of vacations
Last Line: Who has carpal tunnel syndrome. %on tuesdays
Subject(s): Billiards; Old Age; Parents

POOL IS A GODLESS SPORT, by JAMES HAUG    Poem Source                
First Line: I like the articulate crack %the cue ball makes
Last Line: Fresh as promise, %and let the rolling geometry %plot our next move
Subject(s): Bars And Bartenders; Pool And Billiards; Sports

POOL ROOM IN THE LIONS CLUB, by WILLIAM STANLEY MERWIN    Poem Source                 Poet's Biography
First Line: I'm sure it must be still the same
Last Line: Where the real dark can never come
Alternate Author Name(s): Merwin, W. S.
Subject(s): Night Clubs; Pool And Billiards

QUEEN OF THE BILLIARDS, by LAURENCE LIEBERMAN    Poem Source                
First Line: On the first eve of carnival, night of the queen
Last Line: While-the cue stick smashed across his knee- %he waves wood icicle spears, zululike, with each hand
Subject(s): Billiards

SNOOKER EXHIBITION, by SHEENAGH PUGH    Poem Source                 Poet's Biography
First Line: He's playing trick shots to entertain
Last Line: In the end, and he's a player all right
Subject(s): Billiards