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Subject: FOG
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A FOGGY AFTERNOON, by LIZETTE WOODWORTH REESE    Poem Text             Poet's Biography
First Line: Round all the house such ghostly noises go
Last Line: They onward pass, turn spectral, fade from sight.
Subject(s): Fog; Haze


A SEAFOG, by MARGARET ELIZABETH MUNSON SANGSTER    Poem Text             Poet's Biography
First Line: Up from the sea came a chill gray mist
Last Line: As it bows to its gracious king.
Alternate Author Name(s): Van Deth, Gerrit, Mrs.
Subject(s): Death; Fog; Grief; Praise; Soul; Dead, The; Haze; Sorrow; Sadness


A.M. FOG, by MARK JARMAN    Poem Text             Poet's Biography
First Line: Night’s afterbirth, last dream before waking
Last Line: And knew. And switched the light on. Wide awake
Subject(s): Fog; Religion; Haze; Theology


ASCENSION OF A CITY FOG, by FRANCES COFFIN BOAZ    Poem Text            
First Line: The avaricious sun dripped no gold
Last Line: In the ascension of a shimmering, city fog...
Subject(s): Cities; Fog; Urban Life; Haze


BELL BUOY, by WILLIAM STANLEY MERWIN    Poem Source             Poet's Biography
First Line: So we set signs over the world to say
Last Line: Of where you are going or may have been
Alternate Author Name(s): Merwin, W. S.
Subject(s): Fog; Sailors And Sailing; Seashore


BELLEVUE EXCHANGE, by NORMAN DUBIE    Poem Text             Poet's Biography
First Line: A large man rowing in a white tub
Last Line: To the floor. The water climbing for him.
Subject(s): Alcoholism & Alcoholics; Fantasy; Fog; Imagination; Water; Drunkards; Alcohol Abuse; Haze; Fancy


BOATS IN A FOG, by ROBINSON JEFFERS    Poem Text             Poet's Biography
First Line: Sports and gallantries, the stage, the arts, the antics of dancers
Last Line: Earnest elements of nature.
Subject(s): Fog; Boats; Art & Artists; Boats; Fog; Sea; Haze; Haze; Ocean


BOATS IN A FOG, by ROBINSON JEFFERS    Poem Text             Poet's Biography
First Line: Sports and gallantries, the stage, the arts, the antics of dancers,
Last Line: Earnest elements of nature.
Subject(s): Art & Artists; Boats; Fog; Sea; Haze; Ocean


BRANKO, by TOMAZ SALAMUN    Poem Source            
First Line: I see my father climbing onto the wheel of a buzz saw
Last Line: Tsar says: 'pogrom! Cut the germans' ears off and slaughter them
Subject(s): Fog; Weather


CITIES: 1. LONDON, by CALE YOUNG RICE    Poem Text             Poet's Biography
First Line: With a shawl of fog thrown over her shoulders
Last Line: Remembering her youth, in the rain.
Subject(s): Buses; Fog; London; Rain; Haze


COTTON IN THE PILL BOTTLE, by DEAN YOUNG                Poet's Biography
First Line: I love the fog
Subject(s): Change; Fog; Haze


COTTON IN THE PILL BOTTLE, by DEAN YOUNG    Poem Source             Poet's Biography
First Line: I love the fog
Last Line: How it goes only so far from the sea
Subject(s): Change; Fog


ELEMENTS OF SAN JOAQUIN: FOG, by GARY SOTO    Poem Source             Poet's Biography
First Line: If you go to your window
Last Line: There should be no reason to believe %I lived
Subject(s): Farm Life; Fog; San Joaquin Valley, California


ENCOUNTER, by THOMAS MCGRATH    Poem Text             Poet's Biography
First Line: At two thousand feet the sea wrinkles like an old man's hand
Last Line: The night stirred angrily like an old suspicion
Subject(s): Fog; Giants; Sea; Water; Haze; Ocean


ENGLISH WEATHER, by JOHN DYER    Poem Text             Poet's Biography
First Line: How erring oft the judgment in its hate
Last Line: Rich queen of mists and vapors!
Subject(s): England; Fog; English; Haze


FOG, by HERBERT BASHFORD    Poem Text             Poet's Biography
First Line: A phantom form lurks near this wintry coast
Subject(s): Fog; Haze


FOG, by INA LADD BROWN    Poem Text            
First Line: Only a dim light gleaming here and there
Last Line: As though god, too, were lost from sight
Subject(s): Fog; Ghosts; Mist; Supernatural; Haze


FOG, by EDITH CHERRINGTON    Poem Text            
First Line: The thick white smoke from the sea rolled in
Last Line: The cold white smoke from the sea rolled in.
Subject(s): Fog; Haze


FOG, by REX GEORGE FULLER    Poem Text            
First Line: The fog is white sleep that gropes in from the sea
Last Line: From warm wind with a wave on its knee.
Subject(s): Fog; Haze


FOG, by LOUISE IMOGEN GUINEY    Poem Text             Poet's Biography
First Line: Like bodiless water passing in a sigh
Last Line: Full in thy look, tho' the dark visor's down.
Subject(s): Fog; London; Haze


FOG, by ROBINSON JEFFERS    Poem Text             Poet's Biography
First Line: Invisible gulls with human voices cry in the sea-cloud
Subject(s): Fog; Haze


FOG, by ROBINSON JEFFERS    Poem Source             Poet's Biography
First Line: Invisible gulls with human voices cry in the sea-cloud
Last Line: The lover's, the hunger of the sea-beaks, slaves of the last peace, %worshippers of oneness
Subject(s): Fog


FOG, by ALFRED LICHTENSTEIN    Poem Text            
First Line: By a soft mist the world has been destroyed
Last Line: Pierce as with blunted spears the swollen night.
Subject(s): Fog; Haze


FOG, by ELIZABETH JANE LITTLE    Poem Text            
First Line: An old man died
Last Line: Unless the fog comes.
Subject(s): Death; Fog; Dead, The; Haze


FOG, by WILSON PUGSLEY MACDONALD    Poem Text             Poet's Biography
First Line: Sound the horn, brother
Last Line: On an amber ledge of sky?
Subject(s): Fog; Haze


FOG, by CHARLES HENRY MACKINTOSH    Poem Text             Poet's Biography
First Line: A fog is more than moisture in the air
Last Line: Yes, there is more than moisture in a fog!
Subject(s): Fog; Haze


FOG, by WILLIAM STANLEY MERWIN    Poem Source             Poet's Biography
First Line: You see, shore-hugging is neither surety
Last Line: Or founder soon, we cannot be saved here
Alternate Author Name(s): Merwin, W. S.
Subject(s): Clouds; Fog; Weather


FOG, by LUCILE PALMER    Poem Text            
First Line: Oh most folks like the cheerful sunshine bright
Last Line: With all engulfing, gusty, misty breath.
Subject(s): Fog; Haze


FOG, by LIZETTE WOODWORTH REESE    Poem Source             Poet's Biography
First Line: The great ghosts of the town
Subject(s): Fog


FOG, by CARL SANDBURG    Poem Text         Recitation by Author     Poet's Biography
First Line: The fog comes / on little cat feet
Last Line: And then moves on.
Subject(s): Fog; Haze


FOG, by JOHN BANISTER TABB    Poem Text             Poet's Biography
First Line: The ghost am I
Last Line: My noonday mysteries.
Alternate Author Name(s): Father Tabb
Subject(s): Fog; Haze


FOG (1), by HENRY DAVID THOREAU    Poem Text             Poet's Biography
First Line: Dull water spirit - and protean god
Last Line: Thou wind-blown meadow of the air.
Subject(s): Fog; Haze


FOG (2), by HENRY DAVID THOREAU    Poem Text             Poet's Biography
First Line: Thou drifting meadow of the air
Last Line: Of healing herbs to just men's fields.
Subject(s): Fog; Haze


FOG IMAGES, by IRENE SUTTON    Poem Text            
First Line: Marauding fogs sweep through the windy gate
Last Line: Flattened and still against the silent walls.
Subject(s): Fog; Haze


FOG IN THE FLOWERS, by D. G. JONES    Poem Source            
First Line: Fog in the flowers, the night warm
Last Line: #name?
Subject(s): Flowers; Fog; Night


FOG LAND, by INGEBORG BACHMANN    Poem Source            
First Line: In winter my loved one retires
Last Line: It is fog heart I have eaten
Subject(s): Fog


FOG ON KENNESAW, by DAVID BOTTOMS    Poem Text             Poet's Biography
First Line: We pitch our tent on kennesaw mountain
Last Line: Maneuvering on kennesaw.
Subject(s): Camping; Confederate States Of America; Fog; Kennesaw Mountain, Georgia; Camps; Summer Camps; Confederacy; Haze


FOG, THE MAGICIAN, by MELVILLE CANE    Poem Text             Poet's Biography
First Line: Wrapped in a cloak
Last Line: Creation before him.
Subject(s): Fog; Haze


FOG-TALK, by PHILIP BOOTH    Poem Text             Poet's Biography
First Line: Walking the heaved cement sidewalk down main street
Last Line: All sorts of joy, nodding yes. He says I don't know
Subject(s): Fog; Friendship; Old Age


FOGGY DAYS, by AMEY SMYTH    Poem Text            
First Line: The white mist rolls in from the sea
Last Line: In thick white swirling mist that smells of sea.
Subject(s): Fog; Haze


FOGHORN IN HORROR, by MURIEL RUKEYSER    Poem Text             Poet's Biography
First Line: I know that behind these walls is the city, over these rooftops in the sun
Subject(s): City & Town Life; Fog; Haze


GRAY FOG, by SARA TEASDALE    Poem Text             Poet's Biography
First Line: A fog drifts in, the heavy laden
Last Line: And heavy as the dead.
Alternate Author Name(s): Filsinger, Ernest B., Mrs.
Subject(s): Fog; Haze


HAZE, by JEANNE FINLEY    Poem Source            
First Line: Waterfog. Here, south
Subject(s): Fog


HAZE, by CARL SANDBURG    Poem Text             Poet's Biography
First Line: Keep a red heart of memories
Subject(s): Fog; Haze


HAZE, by CARL SANDBURG    Poem Source             Poet's Biography
First Line: Keep a red heart of memories
Last Line: The cradles of the sky rock new babies?
Subject(s): Fog


HAZE, by JAMES SCHUYLER    Poem Text             Poet's Biography
First Line: Hangs heavy / down into trees: dawn
Subject(s): Fog; Haze


HAZE, by JAMES SCHUYLER    Poem Source             Poet's Biography
First Line: Hangs heavy %down into trees: dawn
Last Line: We may grow to love
Subject(s): Fog


HAZE, by HENRY DAVID THOREAU    Poem Text             Poet's Biography
First Line: Woof of the sun, ethereal gauze
Last Line: Establish thy serenity o'er the fields.
Subject(s): Fog; Haze


HAZE, by YUN GON-KANG    Poem Source            
First Line: A dim voice calls %from a distant field
Subject(s): Fog


HAZE GOLD, by CARL SANDBURG    Poem Text             Poet's Biography
First Line: Sun, you may send your haze gold
Last Line: Keep all we can of these haze gold yellows?
Subject(s): Autumn; Fog; Seasons; Yellow (color); Fall; Haze


HERE, by OCTAVIO PAZ    Poem Text             Poet's Biography
First Line: My steps in this street / echo
Last Line: Only the mist is real
Subject(s): Fog; Haze


HERE, by OCTAVIO PAZ    Poem Source             Poet's Biography
First Line: My footsteps in this street
Last Line: Nothing is real but the fog
Subject(s): Fog


IN LOUISIANA, by DAVID BOTTOMS    Poem Text             Poet's Biography
First Line: Fog solid on the pond, I went anyway
Last Line: The corner of a bed sheet, anything in the world to clutch.
Subject(s): Fog; Hallucinations & Illusions; Louisiana; Haze


IN THE FOG, by HERMANN HESSE    Poem Text             Poet's Biography
First Line: To wander in fog - how queer!
Last Line: Each is alone.
Subject(s): Fog; Haze


INSTANT, by RIGAS KAPPATOS    Poem Source            
First Line: Keep your eyes closed, which are covered by the fog
Last Line: You can't see in the foggy aegean sea
Subject(s): Aegean Sea; Fog


MAIN STREET IN A FOG, by ESTHER GRIFFIN WHITE    Poem Text            
First Line: The asphalt street gleams like a river black
Last Line: Drapes car and taxi waiting in long lines.
Subject(s): Fog; Towns; Haze


MIST', by AMOS RUSSEL WELLS    Poem Text             Poet's Biography
First Line: There's something I've mist, mist, mist,'
Last Line: Said policeman sun
Subject(s): Fog


MORNING MIST, by MABEL WARREN ARNOLD    Poem Text            
First Line: Vapor rises in the morning
Last Line: When it has been once sun-kissed.
Subject(s): Clouds; Fog; Haze


NIGHT PIECE, by THOMSON WILLIAM GUNN    Poem Source             Poet's Biography
First Line: The fog drifts slowly down the hill
Last Line: Toward sleep like fog, through fog like sleep
Alternate Author Name(s): Gunn, Thom
Subject(s): Fog


ON THE GREAT FOG IN LONDON, DECEMBER 1762, by JAMES EYRE WEEKS    Poem Text            
First Line: Lost and bewildered in the thickening mist
Last Line: Or corks afloat upon the sullen flood.
Subject(s): Disasters; Floods; Fog; Mist; Soldiers; Haze


ONE OF WEATHER'S BEST LIES, by GEORGE LOONEY    Poem Source            
First Line: In fog these silos become a cathedral, backlit
Last Line: Fog rants, and my knees are dust and the past stone
Subject(s): Fog; Weather


PEARL FOG, by CARL SANDBURG    Poem Text             Poet's Biography
First Line: Open the door now
Last Line: Of the laws you have broken.
Subject(s): Fog; Sin; Haze


PROSPECT, by SYLVIA PLATH    Poem Text             Poet's Biography
First Line: Among orange-tile rooftops
Alternate Author Name(s): Hughes, Ted, Mrs.
Subject(s): Fog; Rooks; Haze


SEA FOG, by ABBIE HUSTON EVANS    Poem Text            
First Line: The world's a ten-rod circle; hills are gone
Last Line: And strip to the heart in fog from off the sea!
Subject(s): Fog; Haze


SEA FOG, by JOSEPHINE JACOBSEN    Poem Source             Poet's Biography
First Line: It was sudden
Last Line: Of being relative to nothing; isolated; %responsible?
Subject(s): Fog


SEA-PICTURES; OFF THE HAVEN, by RICHARD EUGENE BURTON    Poem Text             Poet's Biography
First Line: Up stole a fog, a chill and ghastly thing
Last Line: Lay green and glad beyond the waters gray.
Subject(s): Fog; Night; Sea; Soul; Haze; Bedtime; Ocean


SHEEP IN FOG, by SYLVIA PLATH    Poem Text         Recitation     Poet's Biography
First Line: The hills step off into whiteness
Alternate Author Name(s): Hughes, Ted, Mrs.
Subject(s): Fog; Horseback Riding; Sheep; Haze


SHEEP IN FOG, by SYLVIA PLATH    Poem Source             Poet's Biography
First Line: The hills step off into whiteness
Last Line: To let me through to a heaven %starless and fatherless, a dark water
Alternate Author Name(s): Hughes, Ted, Mrs.
Subject(s): Fog; Horseback Riding; Sheep


STORM-WAVES AND FOG ON DORR'S POINT, BAR HARBOR, by SILAS WEIR MITCHELL    Poem Text             Poet's Biography
First Line: The fog's gray curtain round me draws
Last Line: And then no more.
Subject(s): Fog; Harbors; Sea; Storms; Waves; Haze; Ocean


SUN AND FOG CONTESTED, by EMILY DICKINSON    Poem Source             Poet's Biography
Last Line: And drove the fog away
Variant Title(s): Poem: 1190; Poem: 124
Subject(s): Fog


THE FOG, by WILLIAM HENRY DAVIES    Poem Text            
First Line: I saw the fog grow thick
Last Line: A blind man led me home.
Alternate Author Name(s): Davies, W. H.
Subject(s): Fog; Haze


THE FOG, by JACK GREENBERG    Poem Text            
First Line: The fog is thick tonight
Last Line: For prayer and rest ...
Subject(s): Fog; Love; Weather; Haze


THE FOG, by GRACE DENIO LITCHFIELD    Poem Text             Poet's Biography
First Line: It lies dim and cold on the face of the mould
Last Line: And the words die away in my song.
Subject(s): Death; Fog; Funerals; Nature; Weather; Dead, The; Haze; Burials


THE HARBOUR FOG, by THOMAS WALSH    Poem Text            
First Line: Fog in the harbour, - sky and waterway
Last Line: "none is self-pilot on the harbour tide."
Alternate Author Name(s): Gill, Roderick; Strange, Garrett
Subject(s): Fog; Harbors; Haze


THE PHANTOM LINER, by ANONYMOUS    Poem Text            
First Line: The fog lay deep on georges bank
Last Line: Into the fog again
Subject(s): Fog;seashore;ships - Abandoning Of;tides;waves; Haze;beach;coast;shore


THE SEA FOG, by JOSEPHINE JACOBSEN    Poem Text             Poet's Biography
First Line: It was sudden
Subject(s): Fog; Haze


THE WRECK OF THE STEAMER 'STELLA', by WILLIAM MCGONAGALL    Poem Text             Poet's Biography
First Line: Twas in the month of march and in the year of 1899
Last Line: But I hope their souls are now in heaven in safe keep.
Subject(s): Disasters; Drowning; Fog; Sailing & Sailors; Shipwrecks; Steamboats; Haze


WHAT WITH FOG, by ALLAN PETERSON    Poem Source            
First Line: If you had books you could read in your dreams
Last Line: In the ponds conducted a symphony ignored
Subject(s): Dreams; Fog


WHITE DUSK, by MARION M. BOYD    Poem Text            
First Line: The fog is freezing on the trees and shrubs
Last Line: Like white thoughts smiling through gray memory.
Alternate Author Name(s): Havighurst, Walter, Mrs.
Subject(s): Fog; Frost; Ghosts; Supernatural; Haze


WHITE FOG, by ELIZABETH HAYNES SANDS    Poem Text            
First Line: Spreading ever outward with curved fingers
Last Line: Through the ether.
Subject(s): Fog; Silence; Haze