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A BRIDGE, by EDMUND CHARLES BLUNDEN    Poem Text                 Poet's Biography
First Line: Beyond the church there stands a bridge
Last Line: "and the green weed's lazy beside his stone."
Alternate Author Name(s): Blunden, Edmund
Subject(s): Bridges; Time


A SONG OF BRIDGES, by MIKHAIL DUDIN    Poem Text                
First Line: Bridges of hatred
Last Line: From earth to space.
Subject(s): Bridges; Hate


AFTER WHISTLER, by AGNES KENDRICK GRAY    Poem Text                
First Line: This mezzo-tint of mist and smoke blue sir
Last Line: This river dusk to you.
Subject(s): Bridges


AT DARIEN BRIDGE, by JAMES DICKEY    Poem Text                 Poet's Biography
First Line: The sea here used to look
Subject(s): Bridges


AT DARIEN BRIDGE, by JAMES DICKEY    Poem Source                 Poet's Biography
First Line: The sea here used to look
Last Line: Out of which all miracles leap
Subject(s): Bridges


BEAUTY OR FLIGHT, by DENVER BUTSON    Poem Source                
First Line: The man who jumped from the highway bridge one afternoon
Last Line: Who was trying to regain some sense of beauty, some sense of flight, %in its final dying seconds
Subject(s): Beauty; Bridges; Death; Flight; Suicide


BRIDGE, by J. REDWOOD ANDERSON    Poem Source                
First Line: Here, with one leap
Subject(s): Bridges


BRIDGE, by JUAN CAMERON    Poem Source                
First Line: Beneath this bridge the lovers died
Subject(s): Bridges


BRIDGE, by ALLAN A. DE FINA    Poem Source                
First Line: The gray bridge
Last Line: Broken whie lines
Subject(s): Bridges


BRIDGE, by ADEL KARASHOLI    Poem Source                
First Line: Thus spake abdula to me
Last Line: And the bridge spans %meridian %to meridian
Subject(s): Bridges


BRIDGE, by JOHN MILLETT    Poem Source                
First Line: Two boys fish
Last Line: Backwards and forward - %backwards and forward
Subject(s): Bridges


BRIDGE, by ERIN NOTEBOOM    Poem Source                
First Line: The walls of constantinople
Last Line: Remembered. Not even for that
Subject(s): Bridges; Constantinople


BRIDGE, by FREDERICK PETERSON    Poem Source                
First Line: Across the foaming river
Subject(s): Bridges


BRIDGE, by LEOPOLD STAFF    Poem Source                
First Line: I didn't believe, %standing on the bank of a river
Last Line: I don't believe I crossed it
Subject(s): Bridges


BRIDGE FOR THE LIVING, by PHILIP LARKIN    Poem Text                 Poet's Biography
First Line: Isolate city spread alongside water
Subject(s): Bridges


BRIDGE FOR THE LIVING, by PHILIP LARKIN    Poem Source                 Poet's Biography
First Line: Isolate city spread alongside water
Last Line: The best of what we are and hold as true: %always it is by bridges that we live
Subject(s): Bridges


BRIDGE I LIVE BY, SPANNING THE OCEAN, by ALEXANDRA THURMAN    Poem Source                
First Line: They tell a story here about a woman who flew
Last Line: It was her own. And, hearing it %for the first time, she died
Subject(s): Bridges; Suicide


BRIDGE INN, LETHBRIDGE, by D. SIDJAK    Poem Source                
First Line: And all my life I'd been thinking guilt
Last Line: And into the net of our endless %revision of history
Subject(s): Bridges; History; Memory


BRIDGEING, by MARGE PIERCY    Poem Text                 Poet's Biography
First Line: Being together is knowing
Subject(s): Togetherness; Bridges


BROOKLYN BRIDGE, by W. A. FAHEY    Poem Source                
First Line: They'd say: brooklyn bridge
Subject(s): Bridges; Brooklyn Bridge


BROOKLYN BRIDGE, by CHARLES GEORGE DOUGLAS ROBERTS    Poem Text                 Poet's Biography
First Line: No lifeless thing of iron and stone
Last Line: The rock respects your stable towers.
Subject(s): Bridges; Brooklyn Bridge


BROOKLYN BRIDGE, by KAY RYAN    Poem Source                 Poet's Biography
First Line: Unbuild the
Subject(s): Bridges; Brooklyn Bridge


BROOKLYN BRIDGE, by CLINTON SCOLLARD    Poem Text                 Poet's Biography
First Line: I dream the titans came by night
Last Line: This super-human thing?
Subject(s): Bridges; Brooklyn Bridge


BROOKLYN BRIDGE AT DAWN, by RICHARD THOMAS LE GALLIENNE    Poem Text                 Poet's Biography
First Line: Out of the cleansing night of stars and tides
Last Line: Is wrought of human thunder, iron and blood?
Subject(s): Bridges; Brooklyn Bridge


BROOKLYN BRIDGE TOWERS (AS UNCONNECTED), by GEORGE ALFRED TOWNSEND    Poem Text                 Poet's Biography
First Line: Brother! Are you waiting
Last Line: Is the charioteer!
Subject(s): Bridges; Brooklyn Bridge; New York City; Manhattan; New York, New York; The Big Apple


BROOKLYN, MY BROOKLYN, by RHEINHART KLEINER    Poem Text                
First Line: Though other scenes might lure me far
Last Line: A place in which to die!
Subject(s): Bridges; Brooklyn Bridge


BY THE BRIDGE, by TED WALKER    Poem Source                
First Line: I recall, before the banks
Last Line: The dance %of the multiple suns is done
Subject(s): Bridges


CITY OF BRIDGES, by JO SLADE    Poem Source                
First Line: I will tell you... %over each bridge I threw
Last Line: Spare detached pared down %nothing to bear
Subject(s): Bridges


CITY THAT DOES NOT SLEEP, by FEDERICO GARCIA LORCA    Poem Source                
First Line: In the sky there is nobody asleep. Nobody, nobody
Last Line: The lying goblets, and the poison, and the skull of the theatres
Subject(s): Bridges; Brooklyn Bridge; New York City


COVERED BRIDGES, by JENNIE PENDLETON HALL    Poem Text                
First Line: Does anyone build covered bridges now?
Last Line: Does anyone build covered bridges now?
Subject(s): Bridges


CREATION, WITH A BRIDGE, by PAUL GRANT    Poem Source                
First Line: There's no need to choose between them
Last Line: Here come the escapees from paradise
Subject(s): Bridges; Creation


CROSSING A FOOTBRIDGE ON SALT CREEK EARLY MORNING IN MID-AUGUST, by TWYLA HANSEN    Poem Source                
First Line: This time the great blue heron doesn't take flight
Last Line: It's taken my whole life to become this harmless
Subject(s): August; Bridges; Courage; Morning


CROSSING THE BRIDGE: 2, by HUGH HENNEDY    Poem Source                
First Line: It took a while but then
Last Line: He'd found himself reliving %after crossing the bridge
Subject(s): Automobile Accidents; Bridges


CROSSING THE YANG-CHIA BRIDGE ONCE MORE, by CHING AN    Poem Source                
First Line: The face reflected in the stream's
Last Line: As I pass this place once more
Subject(s): Bridges; Zen Buddhism


DESIGN OF A BRIDGE, by LUELLA STONE    Poem Text                
First Line: Star-rayed and beamed with dreams, it seems
Last Line: Of steel instead of dreams.
Subject(s): Bridges


EVENING AT GRANDPONT, by WILLIAM JAY SMITH    Poem Text                 Poet's Biography
First Line: Who under a stone bridge in the dark
Variant Title(s): Evening At Grandpoint
Subject(s): Swans; Bridges


FOR ROBERT BRIDGES, by ANITA WINTZ    Poem Source                
First Line: All women born are so diverse
Last Line: No man should miss their charms assessing
Subject(s): Bridges, Robert Seymour (1844-1930); Man-woman Relationships; Women's Rights


FRANKLIN AVE. BRIDGE, by MADELON SPRENGNETHER    Poem Source                
First Line: If I walk down to the river, on a near-freezing, near-thawing januaruy
Last Line: (as much as the darkness that is to come) in the world's open palm?
Subject(s): Bridges; Rivers


FROM A BRIDGE, by DAVID ST. JOHN    Poem Text                 Poet's Biography
First Line: I saw my mother standing there below me
Subject(s): Bridges; Mothers


GEPHYROPHOBIA (FEAR OF BRIDGES), by GARY ANDERSON    Poem Source                
First Line: Disbelief is the final emotion
Last Line: Onto those vast plains of forgetting
Subject(s): Bridges; Fear


GIRLS ON THE BRIDGE, by DEREK MAHON    Poem Source                 Poet's Biography
First Line: Audible trout, %notional midges. Beds
Last Line: A mile from where you chatter, %somebody screams
Subject(s): Bridges; Munch, Edvard (1863-1944); Women


GONDOLIER, by ANONYMOUS    Poem Text                
First Line: "gondolier, gondolier, my dear"
Last Line: Neath the bridge of sighs
Subject(s): Bridges;love;night; Bedtime


GRANITE AND STEEL, by MARIANNE MOORE    Poem Text                 Poet's Biography
First Line: Enfranchising cable, silvered by the sea
Subject(s): Bridges; Brooklyn Bridge


GRANITE AND STEEL, by MARIANNE MOORE    Poem Source                 Poet's Biography
First Line: Enfranchising cable, silvered by the sea
Last Line: German's tenacity's also; %composite span - an actuality
Subject(s): Bridges; Brooklyn Bridge


HELL GATE BRIDGE, by TONY SANDERS    Poem Source                
First Line: Funny how an entire era can be summed up by the parabolic arch of the steel
Last Line: Nor the evanescent clouds overhead, both of which are in their way more determined %than we are
Subject(s): Bridges; Hell


IOWA, by BENJAMIN ROSENBAUM    Poem Text                
First Line: If yeats, remembering the swans in irish
Last Line: With many songs!
Subject(s): Bridges, Robert Seymour (1844-1930); Iowa; Kipling, Rudyard (1865-1936); Poetry & Poets; Yeats, William Butler (1865-1939)


KELVINBRIDGE: A NODE, by FRANK KUPPNER    Poem Source                
First Line: A terrible day - strong winds, heavy rain. After reading
Last Line: And what, may I ask, will have just collided with what?
Subject(s): Bridges; Glasgow, Scotland


KING'S BRIDGE, by FREDERICK WILLIAM FABER    Poem Text                 Poet's Biography
First Line: The dew falls fast and the night is dark
Last Line: And so doth death!
Subject(s): Bridges; Death; Dead, The


KISSING BRIDGE, by ARTHUR GUITERMAN    Poem Text                 Poet's Biography
First Line: No roebling reared that primal way
Last Line: As then in old nieuw amsterdam!
Subject(s): Bridges; Kisses; New England; New York City - Dutch Period


LESSON, by ROBIN COOPER-STONE    Poem Source                
First Line: A little girl asks her mother
Last Line: Who climbed the rope %to reach the living
Subject(s): Bridges; Girls; Religion


LESSONS, by LESLEY CARLIN    Poem Source                
First Line: My mother takes my hands
Last Line: Of me is held here, recalling all simple lessons: heat's movement, gravitational force, the building
Subject(s): Bridges


LIUZHI, by XIE WUNIANG    Poem Source                
First Line: Close to the water, a thousand withes brush the painted oar
Last Line: Add the oriole's cry: it is still more forlorn
Subject(s): Bridges


LOEW'S BRIDGE: A BROADWAY IDYL, by MARY TUCKER LAMBERT    Poem Text                 Poet's Biography
First Line: For hours I stood upon the bridge
Last Line: "I leave thee love and hope."
Alternate Author Name(s): Tucker, Mary Eliza Perine
Subject(s): Bridges; Broadway, New York City; Loew, Charles E.; New York City; Wall Street, New York City; Manhattan; New York, New York; The Big Apple


LONDON BRIDGE, by DANIEL IRVING GROSS    Poem Text                
First Line: I hear an old song of my youth
Last Line: And make us friends around the world.
Subject(s): Bridges


LONDON BRIDGE, by ANN LAUINGER    Poem Source                
First Line: London bridge is falling down
Last Line: Silence is shapely. Make no sound
Subject(s): Bridges; London


LONDON BRIDGE (1), by MOTHER GOOSE    Poem Text                 Poet's Biography
First Line: London bridge is broken down
Last Line: My fair lady.
Subject(s): Bridges


LONDON BRIDGE (3), by MOTHER GOOSE    Poem Source                 Poet's Biography
First Line: London bridge is falling down
Last Line: London bridge is falling down, %my fair lady
Subject(s): Bridges


MORNING AT THE NERETVA RIVER. NOVEMBER 8, 1993, by JOY DWORKIN    Poem Source                
First Line: The world is one, but its name must not be one
Last Line: It bears this unheard prayer downstream to be undone
Subject(s): Bridges; Morning; Rivers


NEW ENGLAND COVERED BRIDGE, by ADELBERT M. JAKEMAN    Poem Source                
First Line: I know an old new england covered bridge
Subject(s): Bridges


NEW YORK DAYS, by WILLIAM ELLERY LEONARD    Poem Text                 Poet's Biography
First Line: Tis something for a poet's lip
Last Line: By brotherhood of song and pain.
Subject(s): Bridges; Brooklyn Bridge; New York City - Buildings; Skyscrapers


NIPPLED TREES OUTLAST AN AGE OF STEEL, by DANIELA GIOSEFFI    Poem Source                
First Line: Lawn mowers and can openers hammered into arks
Last Line: In the midst of wild grasses
Subject(s): Bridges; Nature; Niagara River; Progress


ON STURMINSTER FOOT-BRIDGE, by THOMAS HARDY    Poem Text                 Poet's Biography
First Line: Reticulations creep upon the slack stream's face
Last Line: As a lattice-gleam when midnight moans.
Subject(s): Bridges; Rivers


ON THE BA RIVER BRIDGE: SENT HOME TO MY WIFE: 2, by WANG SHIH-CHEN    Poem Source                
First Line: Mount tai-hua and mount zhong-nan
Last Line: In autumn rain and autumn wind %I cross ba river bridge
Subject(s): Bridges; China - Qing Dynasty (1644-1912)


ON THE BRIDGE, by ARTHUR REED ROPES    Poem Text                
First Line: All the storm has rolled away
Last Line: Down the ladders of the leaves.
Alternate Author Name(s): Roos, Adrian
Subject(s): Bridges; Storms


ON THE BRIDGE, by ARTHUR WILLIAM SYMONS    Poem Text                 Poet's Biography
First Line: Midnight falls across hollow gulfs of night
Last Line: We together, we alone together in the night.
Subject(s): Bridges; Togetherness


ON THE REPORT OF A WOODEN BRIDGE WAS TO BE BUILT AT WESTMINSTER, by JAMES THOMSON (1700-1748)    Poem Text                 Poet's Biography
First Line: By rufus' hall, where thames polluted flows
Last Line: While o'er his head the circling waters foam.
Subject(s): Bridges; Thames (river)


ON THE SPRINT OF THE NARROW VALLEY, by ISABELLA LICKBARROW    Poem Text                 Poet's Biography
First Line: Riv'let of the narrow valley
Last Line: Swell a nobler river's pride.
Subject(s): Bridges; Kent River, England; Sprint River, England


PONT MIRABEAU, by GUILLAUME APOLLINAIRE    Poem Source                 Poet's Biography
First Line: Beneath pont mirabeau flows the seine
Alternate Author Name(s): Kostrowitzky, Wilhelm Apollina
Subject(s): Bridges; Paris, France


PONT MIRABEAU, by GUILLAUME APOLLINAIRE    Poem Source                 Poet's Biography
First Line: Under pont mirabeau flows the seine
Last Line: The days go running - I stay here
Alternate Author Name(s): Kostrowitzky, Wilhelm Apollina
Subject(s): Bridges; Paris, France; Transience


PONTOON BRIDGE MIRACLE, by NICHOLAS VACHEL LINDSAY    Poem Source                 Poet's Biography
First Line: Prophets, preaching in new stars
Last Line: So, come let us forget our ivory-towers, brothers %come let us be bold with our songs
Alternate Author Name(s): Lindsay, Vachel
Subject(s): Bridges


PUNT GLIDING UNDER A CHAIN OF SMILES, by TILLA BRADING    Poem Source                
Last Line: Two people considering whether to
Subject(s): Bridges; Riddles


RIGHT IDEA, WRONG RIVER, by NED PASTOR    Poem Source                
First Line: Washington crossed the delaware
Last Line: Across the hudson for that man?
Subject(s): Bridges; Memory; Presidents, United States; Washington, George (1732-1799)


ROBERT BRIDGES, by HUMBERT WOLFE    Poem Source                 Poet's Biography
First Line: And you, robert bridges, you made your last will
Subject(s): Bridges, Robert Seymour (1844-1930); Poetry And Poets


SEVEN BRIDGES, by SUSAN STEWART    Poem Text                 Poet's Biography
First Line: Sometimes before I wake I see
Subject(s): Bridges


THE BARMOUTH SEA-BRIDGE, by CHARLES TENNYSON TURNER    Poem Text                 Poet's Biography
First Line: When the train cross'd the sea, 'mid shouts of joy
Last Line: Across the waters, to the land of rest!
Subject(s): Bridges


THE BRIDGE, by VICTOR MARIE HUGO    Poem Text                 Poet's Biography
First Line: I gazed on darkness where the pit most dread
Last Line: "what is thy name?"" said I. He answered ""pray'r."
Subject(s): Bridges; Prayer


THE BRIDGE, by HENRY WADSWORTH LONGFELLOW    Poem Text                 Poet's Biography
First Line: I stood on the bridge at midnight
Last Line: And its wavering image here.
Subject(s): Bridges; Cambridge, Massachusetts; Courtship


THE BRIDGE, by GREGORY ORR    Poem Text                 Poet's Biography
First Line: In the dawn light these white girders
Last Line: Return to yourself.
Subject(s): Bodies; Bridges; Death; Dead, The


THE BRIDGE, by JOHN BANISTER TABB    Poem Text                 Poet's Biography
First Line: Where, as a lordly dream
Last Line: From shore to shore!
Alternate Author Name(s): Father Tabb
Subject(s): Bridges; Life


THE BRIDGE BUILDER, by WILL ALLEN DROMGOOLE    Poem Text                 Poet's Biography
First Line: An old man, going [or, traveling] a lone highway
Last Line: "good friend, I am building the bridge for him."
Variant Title(s): Building The Bridge [for Him]
Subject(s): Bridges; Religion; Theology


THE BRIDGE BY THE TAY, by THEODOR FONTANE    Poem Text                
First Line: When shall we three meet again?'
Last Line: "what the hand of man hath wrought!"
Subject(s): Bridges


THE BRIDGE OF FIRE, by JAMES ELROY FLECKER    Poem Text                 Poet's Biography
First Line: High on the bridge of heaven whose eastern bars
Last Line: Whiten in habitations monumental cold.
Subject(s): Bridges


THE BRIDGE OF LODI, by THOMAS HARDY    Poem Text                 Poet's Biography
First Line: When of tender mind and body
Last Line: Guesses why and what I sing!
Subject(s): Bridges; Napoleon I (1769-1821); War


THE BRIDGE: PROEM. TO BROOKLYN BRIDGE, by HAROLD HART CRANE    Poem Text     Poem Explanation             Poet's Biography
First Line: How many dawns, chill from his rippling rest
Last Line: And of the curveship lend a myth to god.
Alternate Author Name(s): Crane, Hart
Subject(s): Americans; Bible; Bridges; Brooklyn Bridge; Freedom; Imagination; Religion; United States; Vision; Liberty; Fancy; Theology; America


THE BRIGS OF AYR, by ROBERT BURNS    Poem Text                 Poet's Biography
First Line: The simple bard, rough at the rustic plough
Last Line: At sight of whom our sprites forgat their kindling wrath.
Subject(s): Ayr (river), Scotland; Bridges


THE BROOKLYN BRIDGE [MAY 24, 1883], by EDNA DEAN PROCTOR    Poem Text                 Poet's Biography
First Line: A granite cliff on either shore
Last Line: And winds the sea-clouds bear!
Alternate Author Name(s): Dean
Subject(s): Bridges; Brooklyn Bridge


THE HAUNTED BRIDGE, by WILLIAM CANTON    Poem Text                 Poet's Biography
First Line: With high-pitched arch, low parapet
Last Line: With heads against the clear brown stream.
Subject(s): Bridges


THE INVISIBLE BRIDGE, by FRANK GELETT BURGESS    Poem Text                 Poet's Biography
First Line: I'd never dare to walk across
Last Line: I fear that I should be!
Alternate Author Name(s): Burgess, Gelett
Subject(s): Bridges; Fear; Nonsense


THE IRON BRIDGE, by BILLY COLLINS    Poem Text                 Poet's Biography
First Line: I am standing on a disused iron bridge
Last Line: With no end or name, some boundless province of water
Subject(s): Cormorants; Bridges; Mothers; Water; Death


THE OLD BRIDGE, by AUGUSTE ANGELLIER    Poem Text                 Poet's Biography
First Line: On the old, old bridge, with its crumbling
Last Line: But we, -- no more!
Subject(s): Bridges; Old Age


THE OLD BRIDGE AT FLORENCE; SONNET, by HENRY WADSWORTH LONGFELLOW    Poem Text                 Poet's Biography
First Line: Taddeo gaddi built me. I am old
Last Line: Hath leaned on me, I glory in myself.
Subject(s): Architecture & Architects; Art & Artists; Bridges; Florence, Italy; Travel; Journeys; Trips


THE RAILWAY BRIDGE OF THE SILVERY TAY, by WILLIAM MCGONAGALL    Poem Text                 Poet's Biography
First Line: Beautiful railway bridge of the silvery tay!
Last Line: Near by dundee and the magdalen green.
Subject(s): Bridges; Buildings & Builders; Engineering And Engineers; Railroads; Steel; Travel; Railways; Trains; Journeys; Trips


THE TRAGEDY OF ASGARD: NAGELFARI, by VICTOR GUSTAVE PLARR    Poem Text                 Poet's Biography
First Line: Blinded he sped, the stars around him thrown
Last Line: The embattled host of heaven expectant held.
Subject(s): Bridges; Horseback Riding; Mythology - Norse; Ships & Shipping; Travel; Journeys; Trips


THE WATER CROWVOOT, by WILLIAM BARNES    Poem Text                 Poet's Biography
First Line: O small-feac'd flow'r that now dost bloom
Last Line: Fair small-feäc'd flow'r o' the frome.
Subject(s): Bridges; Brooks; Flowers; Water; Streams; Creeks


THE WATERLESS BRIDGE, by ROWLAND EYLES EGERTON-WARBURTON    Poem Text                 Poet's Biography
First Line: Of water though the channel bare is
Last Line: A little water buy.
Alternate Author Name(s): Egerton-warburton, R. E.
Subject(s): Bridges; Water


THE WISHING BRIDGE, by JOHN GREENLEAF WHITTIER    Poem Text                 Poet's Biography
First Line: Among the legends sung or said
Last Line: "but in his own best way!"
Subject(s): Bridges; Marblehead, Massachusetts


TO R. B., by GERARD MANLEY HOPKINS    Poem Text                 Poet's Biography
First Line: The fine delight that fathers thought; the strong
Last Line: Now, yields you, with some sighs, our explanation.
Variant Title(s): To R.b.
Subject(s): Bridges, Robert Seymour (1844-1930)


TOM'S PHILOSOPHY, by ANONYMOUS    Poem Text                
First Line: The bridges mingle with the river
Last Line: Since I've lost my key
Subject(s): Bridges


UPON ECKINGTON BRIDGE, RIVER AVON, by ARTHUR THOMAS QUILLER-COUCH    Poem Text                 Poet's Biography
First Line: O pastoral heart of england! Like a psalm
Last Line: Turns in her sleep, and murmurs of the spring.
Alternate Author Name(s): Q; Quiller-couch, A. T.
Variant Title(s): Ode
Subject(s): Avon (river), England; Bridges; England; Rivers; English


VENICE BRIDGE: FOR A PAINTING, by HILDA CONKLING    Poem Text                 Poet's Biography
First Line: Away back in an old city
Last Line: And end in the sky.
Subject(s): Bridges; Paintings & Painters; Venice, Italy


VERSES ON VIEWING THE ACQUEDUCT BRIDGE OVER KELVIN ..., by UNKNOWN    Poem Source                
First Line: If architecture's pride in modern time
Last Line: While thy huge fabrric, tow'rs above the rest, %and stands the monarch of the group confess'd
Subject(s): Bridges; Glasgow, Scotland


WATERLILIES AND JAPANESE BRIDGE, by ALICIA SUSKIN OSTRIKER    Poem Text                 Poet's Biography
First Line: He is the drowsy girl who rows 'between the sleeping
Last Line: "-is it from him? Or around him? His old man's forehead /
Subject(s): Bridges; Flowers; Japan; Japanese


WATERLILIES AND JAPANESE BRIDGE, by ALICIA SUSKIN OSTRIKER    Poem Source                 Poet's Biography
First Line: He is the drowsy girl who rows 'between the sleeping
Last Line: - is it from him? Or around him? His old man's forehead %garlanded
Subject(s): Bridges; Flowers; Japan


WRITTEN ON A BRIDGE, by ARTHUR HUGH CLOUGH    Poem Text                 Poet's Biography
First Line: When soft september brings again
Last Line: And find thee changeless, pont-y-wern.
Variant Title(s): Pont-y-wern
Subject(s): Bridges; September; Wales; Welshmen; Welshwomen