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"THE TWEED RING, 1868", by ANONYMOUS    Poem Text                
First Line: The great moguls of gotham! Their proud purses
Last Line: Sleeps in the throttles of this ruthless three
Subject(s): "depressions, Economic;income Tax;money;social Classes;tammany Hall, New York City;tweed, William Marcy [boss] (1823-78);wealth;" Recessions;caste;riches;fortunes

ARMIES OF IGNORANCE POEM, by ALBERT GOLDBARTH    Poem Source                 Poet's Biography
First Line: So now we've done our income tax
Last Line: And, lumphing and snortling behind them by hundreds: %tahr, tupaia, hoatzin, viscacha, topi, hyrax,
Subject(s): Income Tax

DESPOILED, by GEORGE E. BOWEN    Poem Text                
First Line: If I could read my title clear, among the wolves that yelp
Last Line: Well, if you're not tight-muzzled, they're just a song to sing.
Subject(s): Income Tax; Service

INCOME TAX, by CONRAD ARTHUR HILBERRY    Poem Source                
First Line: In march, I see numbers in the trees
Last Line: An insect stretching its green-gold wings
Subject(s): Income Tax

ON THE EDGE, by MAY SWENSON    Poem Source                 Poet's Biography
First Line: I was thinking, while I was working on my income tax
Last Line: While I was working on my income tax
Subject(s): Income Tax

TAXES, by HAKI R. MADHUBUTI    Poem Source                 Poet's Biography
First Line: Income taxes
Last Line: On everything I do
Alternate Author Name(s): Lee, Don L.
Subject(s): Income Tax