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Subject: MIRACLES
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20-SEP-72, by TOMAZ SALAMUN    Poem Source                
First Line: Anselm hollo, josephine clare, custer the dog and rudie
Last Line: The holy dread goes on
Subject(s): Miracles; Poetry And Poets; Reincarnation


A MIRACLE, by GEORGIANA KLINGLE HOLMES    Poem Text                 Poet's Biography
First Line: A miracle? Is it more strange than nature's common way?
Last Line: From out the trodden paths of earth?
Alternate Author Name(s): Klingle, George
Subject(s): God; Miracles


A MIRACLE, by JOHN BANISTER TABB    Poem Text                 Poet's Biography
First Line: For each hen-turkey slain today
Last Line: Is made among the living.
Alternate Author Name(s): Father Tabb
Subject(s): Miracles


AFTER THE PLANE CRASH, by KEN WALDMAN    Poem Source                
First Line: My second day in the hospital
Last Line: I thought, and looked harder, %taking every little last thing in
Subject(s): Airplane Accidents; Blood; Healing; Hospitality; Miracles; Nome, Alaska; Poetry And Poets; Survival


ANDY'S LANES & LOUNGE, by LAURA K. KASISCHKE    Poem Source                
First Line: On the night of the miracle cure
Last Line: I have to hold it in my mouth and close my eyes %before I bite
Subject(s): Miracles


ATTESTATION, by JAMES LAUGHLIN    Poem Source                 Poet's Biography
First Line: I, enrique xavier villaruta, marques d'orizaba
Last Line: Regarding this miraculous event
Subject(s): Death - Children; Miracles


BACKWARD MIRACLE, by KAY RYAN    Poem Text                 Poet's Biography
First Line: Every once in a while
Subject(s): Miracles


CANA, by JAMES FREEMAN CLARKE    Poem Text                 Poet's Biography
First Line: Dear friend! Whose presence in the
Last Line: And water turned to wine
Alternate Author Name(s): C., J. F.
Subject(s): Cana, Galilee; Jesus Christ - Legends; Miracles; Religion; Theology


CANA, by THOMAS JAMES MERTON    Poem Source                
First Line: Once when our eyes were clean as noon, our rooms
Subject(s): Cana, Galilee; Jesus Christ - Legends; Miracles


CHARLIE, by LUANN LANDON    Poem Source                
First Line: Arrives at seven a.M. Telling sad tales -
Last Line: A working soul can say let there be light %and hope a house will stand against the night
Subject(s): Miracles


CRACKING UP, by AMY UYEMATSU    Poem Source                
First Line: By far the most handsome of all the velasco boys, jesse got drafted in '68
Last Line: Waiting to be let back inside
Subject(s): Accidents; Family Life; Miracles; Tragedy


CYCLE, by CLARA FOX    Poem Text                
First Line: The sun's hot rays reach to the earth
Last Line: True progeny of the sun.
Subject(s): Farm Life; Fields; Miracles; Agriculture; Farmers; Pastures; Meadows; Leas


DIVINE EPIGRAMS, SELS., by RICHARD CRASHAW                    Poet's Biography
Subject(s): Holy Innocents; Miracles; Religion


FELLOWSHIP, by EDITH HARRIET JONES    Poem Text                
First Line: Twin trees! I see them everywhere
Last Line: Who lives and reigns for aye.
Subject(s): Miracles; Trees


FOUR EPISTLES: MIRACLE AT THE FEAST OF PENTECOST: 1, by JOHN BYROM    Poem Text                 Poet's Biography
First Line: Our folks gone a visiting, reverend sir
Last Line: Was all by one language,—as clear as the sun.
Subject(s): Holy Ghost; Language; Miracles; Religion; Spiritual Life; Holy Spirit; Words; Vocabulary; Theology


GETTING INSIDE THE MIRACLE, by LUCI SHAW    Poem Source                
First Line: No, he is too quick. We never
Last Line: Today - another miracle - the feathered %arrows of my faith may link %god's bow and target
Subject(s): Miracles


HE CAUGHT A PTARMIGAN, by LARS LUNDKVIST    Poem Source                
Last Line: But even today miracles can occur
Subject(s): Food And Eating; Gratitude; Miracles; Survival


HIS MIRACLE, by AMOS RUSSEL WELLS    Poem Text                 Poet's Biography
First Line: He read how faith, the merest grain
Last Line: "those mountains may remain,"" said he."
Subject(s): Miracles; Mountains; Hills; Downs (great Britain)


HOLY WELL, by BRENDAN JAMES GALVIN    Poem Source                 Poet's Biography
First Line: I'll drink if I can find it
Last Line: Ordinary: a wren entrusting %an egg to a saint's hand
Subject(s): Christianity; Irish Catholic Church; Miracles


IDEA: 35. TO MIRACLE, by MICHAEL DRAYTON    Poem Text                 Poet's Biography
First Line: Some misbelieving and profane in love
Last Line: Only by virtue that proceeds from thee.
Subject(s): Miracles


LATERNA MAGICA, by ELAINE TERRANOVA    Poem Source                 Poet's Biography
First Line: What you remember
Last Line: That rise like faces out of smoke.
Subject(s): Accidents; Disasters; Hospitals; Miracles


LETTERS TO YESENIN: 19, by JAMES HARRISON    Poem Text                 Poet's Biography
First Line: Naturally we would prefer seven epiphanies a day and an earth
Last Line: Shedding tunics in my path, all dead friends come to life again.
Alternate Author Name(s): Harrison, Jim
Subject(s): Despair; Miracles; Poetry & Poets; Yesenin, Sergei (1895-1925)


MADONNA, by KATHARINE LEE BATES    Poem Text                 Poet's Biography
First Line: Once we beheld ecstatic cripples flinging
Subject(s): Miracles; Mary. Mother Of Jesus; Virgin Mary


MIRACLE, by LAURA BENET    Poem Text                 Poet's Biography
First Line: Miracle's star, too brilliant for the beholding
Last Line: Ride on the fringe of this rainbow while yet there is time.
Subject(s): Blindness; Keller, Helen (1880-1968); Miracles; Stars; Visually Handicapped


MIRACLE, by GERTRUDE B. GUNDERSON    Poem Text                
First Line: We challenge miracles intrepidly
Last Line: The daily, god-wrought miracle of sleep.
Subject(s): God; Miracles


MIRACLE, by ANTONIO MACHADO RUIZ    Poem Source                 Poet's Biography
First Line: An evening in segovia I am strolling
Last Line: Or all vision is an act of faith
Alternate Author Name(s): Machado, Antonio; Machado Y Ruiz, Antonio
Subject(s): Faith; Miracles


MIRACLE, by PAULANN PETERSEN    Poem Source                
First Line: The wonder isn't that lightning
Last Line: Coming steady steady to a stop
Subject(s): Miracles


MIRACLE, by WEN YI-TUO    Poem Source                
First Line: I never wanted the red of fire, the black at midnight
Last Line: You are crowned with a circle of light
Subject(s): Hunger; Miracles


MIRACLE IN A FARM, by JOHN PEPPER CLARK    Poem Source                 Poet's Biography
First Line: I saw a wet, empty sack
Last Line: Wet upon the grass some steps away
Alternate Author Name(s): Clark-bekederemo, J. P.; Clark, J. P.
Subject(s): Miracles


MIRACLE IN BOSTON, by CHARLES ABRAHAM WAGNER    Poem Text                 Poet's Biography
First Line: On boston common their heart ash blows
Last Line: O man's deliverance out of night!
Subject(s): Boston; Mankind; Miracles; Spring; War; Human Race


MIRACLES, by CONRAD AIKEN    Poem Text                 Poet's Biography
First Line: Twilight is spacious, near things in it seem far
Last Line: Into the darkness. . . . It is exquisite.
Subject(s): Apostles; Bible; Jesus Christ; Miracles; Resurrection, The; Disciples, Twelve


MIRACLES, by THOMAS BAILEY ALDRICH    Poem Text                 Poet's Biography
First Line: Sick of myself and all that keeps the light
Last Line: And great cloud-continents of sunset-seas.
Variant Title(s): Sunset
Subject(s): Miracles; Nature


MIRACLES, by HARRY RANDOLPH BLYTHE    Poem Text                
First Line: The miracles are past, you say
Last Line: When white-winged ships go by.
Subject(s): Miracles


MIRACLES, by GERTRUDE B. GUNDERSON    Poem Text                
First Line: Each day one meets a miracle
Last Line: Hang out the evening star.
Subject(s): Faith; God; Miracles; Belief; Creed


MIRACLES, by BRENDAN KENNELLY    Poem Source                
First Line: Water for guinness
Last Line: You're walking on air
Subject(s): Kildare, Ireland; Miracles; Water


MIRACLES, by CAROL ANNE MUSKE    Poem Source                
First Line: Think about it
Last Line: Is proof, I tell you! Miracles - %nothing but miracles
Subject(s): Miracles


MIRACLES, by WALT WHITMAN    Poem Text                 Poet's Biography
First Line: Why, who makes much of a miracle?
Last Line: What stranger miracle are there?
Subject(s): Miracles


MIRACLES REAL MIRACLES, by MAX JACOB    Poem Source                 Poet's Biography
First Line: Nice old priest! After he'd left us we saw him fly
Last Line: His cassock, the hem of his cassock is wet! That amazes him
Subject(s): Miracles


MY HERO, by ETHEL MAE ARTZ    Poem Text                
First Line: I am not dead, I live again!
Last Line: But I bow in gratitude to god.
Subject(s): Heroism; Miracles; Heroes; Heroines


ORGAN SONGS: BLIND BARTIMEUS, by GEORGE MACDONALD    Poem Text                 Poet's Biography
First Line: As jesus went into jericho town
Last Line: Tis he! I follow him!
Subject(s): Blindness; Healing; Jesus Christ; Miracles; Visually Handicapped; Cures


PRAYER FOR BREAD, by TOMAZ SALAMUN    Poem Source                
First Line: He, who will not know how to drink the miracle
Last Line: So I can crush you into %love
Subject(s): Miracles; Prayer


PRAYER FOR MIRACLE, by ANNA WICKHAM    Poem Text                 Poet's Biography
First Line: O god! No more thy miracle withhold
Last Line: Give us the solace of a guiding-star!
Alternate Author Name(s): Hepburn, Patrick, Mrs.
Subject(s): Miracles; Prayer


RELIGION, by HENRY VAUGHAN    Poem Text                 Poet's Biography
First Line: My god, when I walk in those groves
Last Line: And turn once more our water into wine!
Alternate Author Name(s): Silurist
Subject(s): Christianity; Miracles


RESURRECTION, by BEULAH WINDLE SCALLIN    Poem Text                
First Line: When songsters were carolling matins betimes
Last Line: Of the spring.
Subject(s): Miracles; Nature; Seasons; Spring; Winter


SACRED EPIGRAM: FIVE LOAVES OF BREAD FOR FIVE THOUSAND MEN, by RICHARD CRASHAW    Poem Source                 Poet's Biography
First Line: Behind the easy tables, and the wounds of a feast restored to life
Last Line: At last what is left? Food itself is fed
Subject(s): Bread; Miracles


SACRED EPIGRAM: HE TOUCHED HIS TONGUE, by RICHARD CRASHAW    Poem Source                 Poet's Biography
First Line: Christ, you command the mute lips to speak; the mute lips speak
Last Line: If then you used a finger, loosing the sealed lips? %don't you need to use your whole hand now, o ch
Subject(s): Miracles; Speech Disorders


SACRED EPIGRAM: JOHN 6:14-26, by RICHARD CRASHAW    Poem Source                 Poet's Biography
First Line: Now they believe. You are god (he is god who [can be proved to])
Last Line: You performed these miracles of yours for the people. They believe. %pious race! And consecrated to
Subject(s): Miracles


SACRED EPIGRAM: THE FISHES MULTIPLY, by RICHARD CRASHAW    Poem Source                 Poet's Biography
First Line: What secret nets pass from your silent word
Last Line: It is a great cross to bear a small cross well
Subject(s): Fishing And Fishermen; Miracles


SACRED EPIGRAM: THE MAN WITH DROPSY IS CURED, by RICHARD CRASHAW    Poem Source                 Poet's Biography
First Line: May the man who was his own sea, drowned in his watery disease
Last Line: And now that man is drunk from his own waters
Subject(s): Miracles


SACRED EPIGRAM: THE MIRACLE OF THE FIVE LOAVES, by RICHARD CRASHAW    Poem Source                 Poet's Biography
First Line: Behold a wave of food comes; it comes strong in its sacred
Last Line: The hunger of the people it feeds, and their faith
Subject(s): Bread; Miracles


SACRED EPIGRAM: THEY SAID THIS OF A TRUTH A PROPHET, by RICHARD CRASHAW    Poem Source                 Poet's Biography
First Line: After so many miracles for them to see, so many to touch
Last Line: All that was, by its true name, their stomach
Subject(s): Miracles


SACRED EPIGRAM: THOUGH HE HAD DONE SO MANY MIRACLES, by RICHARD CRASHAW    Poem Source                 Poet's Biography
First Line: On whatever great wing that love of yours may rise
Last Line: Not to have faith in yours, so many and so great
Subject(s): Miracles


SACRED EPIGRAM: THOUGH HE HAD DONE SO MANY MIRACLES, by RICHARD CRASHAW    Poem Source                 Poet's Biography
First Line: Do not so many miracles of yours warrant faith in you, o christ
Last Line: The man who did not believe was himself a miracle
Subject(s): Miracles


SACRED EPIGRAM: TO THE GUESTS OF DINNER OF THE FIVE LOAVES, by RICHARD CRASHAW    Poem Source                 Poet's Biography
First Line: Eat your bread: but also, o guest, eat christ
Last Line: Rightly, if then you hunger more for christ, himself the bread
Subject(s): Miracles


SISTER MARY APPASSIONATA TO THE EDITOR OF COLUMBUS DISPATCH, by DAVID CITINO    Poem Source                 Poet's Biography
First Line: Since 1830, the pope's signed off on
Last Line: The day the earth stood still
Subject(s): Mary. Mother Of Jesus; Miracles; Women - Bible


SMALL MIRACLES, by MARCIA SOUTHWICK    Poem Source                
First Line: Knitting lessons on the terrace. The old neighborhood
Last Line: And your highest goal is the perfectly struck golf ball
Subject(s): Golf; Miracles; Perfection; Sports


SPECTATORS, by HORTENSE KING FLEXNER    Poem Text                
First Line: This is the brief physical eye
Last Line: "they were alive."
Subject(s): Life; Miracles; Survival


SURGE ET AMBULA, by HENRY AUSTIN DOBSON    Poem Text                 Poet's Biography
First Line: Arise and walk' - the one voice said
Last Line: Arise, and walk!'
Alternate Author Name(s): Dobson, Austin
Subject(s): Miracles


SWEET MIRACLE, by JUANA DE IBARBOUROU    Poem Source                
First Line: Oh, what is this? A miracle! My hands are blossoming
Last Line: As if 'twere filled with roses fair of france, a vast bouquet!
Subject(s): Miracles


THE BIRTH, by DONALD ROBERT PERRY MARQUIS    Poem Text                 Poet's Biography
First Line: There is a legend that the love of god
Last Line: A rain of spirit and a dew of song!
Alternate Author Name(s): Marquis, Don
Subject(s): Christmas; Jesus Christ; Mary. Mother Of Jesus; Miracles; Stars; Women - Bible; Nativity, The; Virgin Mary


THE BURNING BUSH, by MARIAN STORM    Poem Text                
First Line: If the afternoon gathers in a honey tide
Last Line: A memory triumphant; her bush burns.
Subject(s): Miracles


THE CROSS OF THE DUMB; A CHRISTMAS ON IONA, LONG, LONG AGO, by WILLIAM SHARP    Poem Text                 Poet's Biography
First Line: One eve, when st. Columba strode
Last Line: Who on that day was glad and proud!
Alternate Author Name(s): Macleod, Fiona
Subject(s): Angels; Christmas; Columba, Saint (521-597); Generosity; Guests; Iona, Scotland; Miracles; Salvation; Strangers; Nativity, The; Colum, Saint; Columcille, Saint; Visiting


THE HEALER, by ANNE MATHILDE ROBINSON    Poem Text                
First Line: A calm-eyed wraith, sleep glides across
Last Line: Before the burgeoning of day!
Subject(s): Medicine; Miracles; Drugs, Prescription


THE LAME SHEPHERD, by KATHARINE LEE BATES    Poem Text                 Poet's Biography
First Line: Slowly I followed on
Last Line: Kissing and kneeling.
Subject(s): Christmas; Healing; Jesus Christ; Miracles; Shepherds & Shepherdesses; Nativity, The; Cures


THE MIRACLE, by BERTON BRALEY    Poem Text                 Poet's Biography
First Line: Out of a reeking tenement she trips
Last Line: There are a million like her in the land!
Subject(s): Miracles


THE MIRACLE, by ISABEL ECCLESTONE MACKAY    Poem Text                 Poet's Biography
First Line: Three small seeds, as dry as rust
Last Line: Fruit and flower and a tree!
Subject(s): Miracles


TITIAN'S ASSUMPTION, by WILLIAM ALLEN BUTLER    Poem Text                 Poet's Biography
First Line: Burst is the iron gate!
Last Line: We, of the wondrous art that gives it to our eyes!
Subject(s): Assumption, The (theology); Death; Heaven; Miracles; Titian (1490-1576); Dead, The; Paradise; Vecelli, Tiziano; Vecellio, Tiziano


VERY REAL STORY, by JULIO CORTAZAR    Poem Source                
First Line: It happened that a gentleman dropped his glasses on the
Last Line: Reality the miracle has just now occured
Subject(s): Miracles