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Subject: CLAMS
Matches Found: 13

ADVICE TO A CLAM-DIGGER; AN AMERICAN GEORGIC, by WILBERT SNOW    Poem Text                 Poet's Biography
First Line: Go when the friendly moon permits the tides
Last Line: That crown the flowing surface of the tide.
Alternate Author Name(s): Snow, Charles Wilber
Subject(s): Clams

CLAM, by MARY OLIVER    Poem Text                 Poet's Biography
First Line: Each one is a small life, but sometimes long, if its
Subject(s): Clams

CLAM DIGGERS ON IPSWICH FLATS, by JENNIE F. CHASE    Poem Text                
First Line: Bent forms on wide great flats are swiftly digging
Last Line: For the tide has turned, as the tide will turn alway!
Subject(s): Clams

CLAMMING, by REED WHITTEMORE    Poem Source                 Poet's Biography
First Line: I go digging for clams once every two or three years
Last Line: Clam, %clam
Subject(s): Clams

DANGER OF DIGGING FOR CLAMS, by LENORA STEELE    Poem Source                
First Line: It is a trick the bay emptied of
Last Line: Been planted there. His face, like a flower, turned %to the sun
Subject(s): Clams; Sea

DEAD FISH ON THE SHORE WITH CLAMS, by PABLO MEDINA    Poem Source                
First Line: It is winter
Last Line: To abandon hope
Subject(s): Absence; Boats; Clams; Cuba; Death; Marine Animals; Sea Voyages

MISAPPELLATION, by STEPHANIE L. BINCKLI    Poem Text                
First Line: I've named my clam, irene, although
Last Line: Surely I should have known clams are asexual.
Subject(s): Clams

MY NEW CLAM, by STEPHANIE L. BINCKLI    Poem Text                
First Line: A funny creature is my clam
Last Line: He shuts his shell.
Subject(s): Clams

NIRVANA, by ANONYMOUS    Poem Text                
First Line: I am / a clam!
Subject(s): "clams;coney Island, New York City;sea;" Ocean

First Line: My cherrystones! I prize them
Last Line: E'en greater geese than thou.
Subject(s): Clams; Food & Eating

SONNET TO A CLAM, by JOHN GODFREY SAXE    Poem Text                 Poet's Biography
First Line: Inglorious friend! Most confident I am
Last Line: Declares, o clam! Thy case is shocking hard!
Subject(s): Clams

SPRING NIGHT, by HAGIWARA SAKUTARO    Poem Source                
First Line: Things like littlenecks
Last Line: This white row of waves it ripples
Subject(s): Clams; Seashore; Spring

WOMEN WHO ARE POETS IN MY LAND, by BLAGA DIMITROVA    Poem Source                
First Line: When I think of them
Last Line: Centuries of silence %crying to come out
Subject(s): Clams; Poetry And Poets; Women's Rights