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Subject: GNATS
Matches Found: 21

AFTERNOON OF A GNAT, by DOROTHY DONNELLY    Poem Source            
First Line: Stranger to time and the obsolete egg, estranged
Last Line: In the time allowed, till quick as he came he comes %to a natural end for a gnat-in a swift swallow
Subject(s): Gnats


BAT-WINGS, by WILLIAM SHARP    Poem Text             Poet's Biography
First Line: Flitter, flitter, through the twilight
Last Line: Pipistrello.
Alternate Author Name(s): Macleod, Fiona
Subject(s): Animals; Bats; Gnats; Rome, Italy


DANCE OF THE GNATS, by MARGUERITE STEFFAN    Poem Source            
First Line: What madly whirling universe is this
Subject(s): Gnats


EQUIVALENCE OF GNATS AND MICE, by RICHARD GHORMLEY EBERHART    Poem Source             Poet's Biography
First Line: As a pillar of gnats, moving up and down
Subject(s): Gnats; Mice


FAUST BOOK: THE DOCTOR CANNOT ABIDE GNATS, by DENNIS JOSEPH ENRIGHT    Poem Source            
First Line: Phew! Faust whistled
Last Line: But a gnat in the throat is hateful
Subject(s): Faust; Gnats


GNAT, by CARLO ALBERTO SALUSTRI    Poem Source            
First Line: As I was reading late into the night
Last Line: A person's chance for fame, however piddly, %cannot be altogether squelched in italy
Subject(s): Gnats


GNAT ON MY PAPER, by RICHARD GHORMLEY EBERHART    Poem Source             Poet's Biography
First Line: He has two antennae
Last Line: He has flown into the infinite. %he could not say it
Subject(s): Gnats


GNAT-PSALM, by EDWARD JAMES HUGHES    Poem Source             Poet's Biography
First Line: When the gnats dance at evening
Alternate Author Name(s): Hughes, Ted
Subject(s): Gnats


GNATS, by RICHARD GHORMLEY EBERHART    Poem Source             Poet's Biography
First Line: A society of gnats
Subject(s): Gnats


GNATS, by JEFFREY (JEFF) FRIEDMAN    Poem Source            
First Line: However I stand
Subject(s): Gnats


GNATS, by ODETTE TCHERNINE    Poem Source            
First Line: The gnats are dancing in the sun
Last Line: The gnats are limbering up to bite
Subject(s): Animals; Gnats


GNATS, by UNKNOWN    Poem Source            
First Line: There's a troop of tiny folk travelling swift
Last Line: The rooms of the town. Now tell me their names
Subject(s): Gnats; Riddles


IT WOULD HAVE STARVED A GNAT, by EMILY DICKINSON    Poem Source             Poet's Biography
Last Line: And not begin - again
Variant Title(s): Poem: 612; Poem: 44
Subject(s): Gnats


NO SPECK OF BLOOD IS TOO MINISCULE FOR GOD TO LOVE, by ROBERT PETERS    Poem Source            
First Line: A gnat strikes
Subject(s): Gnats


ON EVEREST THERE ARE PINK CONCEALED, by JAMES HARRISON    Poem Source             Poet's Biography
Last Line: Learn decisively that they can't fly
Alternate Author Name(s): Harrison, Jim
Subject(s): Everest, Mount; Gnats; Nature


READING OUTDOORS, by JOAN DREW RITCHINGS    Poem Source            
First Line: Gnat, have you landed here to look
Subject(s): Gnats


RIVER BLINDNESS (ONCHOCERCIASIS), by THOMAS LUX    Poem Text             Poet's Biography
First Line: First, a female buffalo gnat of the genus simulium bites you
Subject(s): Disease; Gnats


RIVER BLINDNESS (ONCHOCERCIASIS), by THOMAS LUX    Poem Source             Poet's Biography
First Line: First, a female buffalo gnat of the genus simulium bites you
Last Line: Baby flies dying, dying %in their eyes, %blinding them
Subject(s): Disease; Gnats


THE GNAT, by JOSEPH BEAUMONT    Poem Text            
First Line: One night all tyred wth ye weary day
Last Line: All feare.
Subject(s): Gnats; Mortality; Night; Bedtime


VIRGILS GNAT, by EDMUND SPENSER    Poem Text             Poet's Biography
First Line: We now have playde (augustus) wantonly
Last Line: The shepheard hath thy deaths record engraved.
Alternate Author Name(s): Clout, Colin
Subject(s): Gnats; Virgil (70-19 B.c.); Vergil


VIRGILS GNAT: DEDICATORY SONNET, by EDMUND SPENSER    Poem Text             Poet's Biography
First Line: Wrong'd, yet not daring to expresse my paine
Last Line: May by this gnatts complaint be easily knowen.
Alternate Author Name(s): Clout, Colin
Subject(s): Dudley, Robert. 1st Earl Of Leicester; Gnats