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Subject: CALVES
Matches Found: 6

BABY CALF, by EVELYN DORIO    Poem Text                
First Line: One clover-winded hour when morning sky
Last Line: That she had known our welcome house to choose!
Subject(s): Calves

CALF, by THOMAS HARDY    Poem Source                 Poet's Biography
First Line: You may have seen, in road or street
Last Line: And rising halfway to my hips, %and babbling pleasant tunes
Subject(s): Calves

FRIDAY LUNCHBREAK, by GREGORY ORR    Poem Text                 Poet's Biography
First Line: At noon, still wearing their white
Last Line: And wrestle, angels of meat.
Subject(s): Beef; Calves; Factories; Food & Eating; Labor & Laborers; Work; Workers

MARCH CALF, by EDWARD JAMES HUGHES    Poem Source                 Poet's Biography
First Line: Right from the start he is dressed in his best - his blacks and his whites
Last Line: To be free on the surface of such a wideness, %to find himself. To stand. To moo
Alternate Author Name(s): Hughes, Ted
Subject(s): Calves

SIMPLY HUGE, by CAROL J. PIERMAN    Poem Source                
First Line: Though they remain in the uterus
Last Line: A syringe stands stud in the dells
Subject(s): Birth; Calves; Explorers; Reproduction; Science

First Line: Here in my little hamlet, three most marvelos animals there be, three
Last Line: Follow me the sweet, dark eyes of the little calves of les haizettes.
Subject(s): Calves; Heaven; Religion; Paradise; Theology