2009 poetry friday archive

1. Hula Lullaby by Erin Eitter Kono

2. “Hanapepe, Kaua’i,” by Geraldine Heng

3. “Tai Chi Masters of Dim Sum Checks,” by Peter C.T. Li

4. “This Little Piggy Went to Market,” by Billy Collins

5. “Say I Am You,” by Rumi

6. “A Dangerous Adventure,” by James Tate

7. “An Apology,” and “Blazing Fruit,” by Roger McGough

8. “The Spoon,” by Richard Jones

9. “Lines for the Fortune Cookie,” by Frank O’Hara

10. “Sweet Baby James,” by James Taylor

11. “The Anagrammer,” by Peter Pereira

12. “I Need to Be More French. Or Japanese.,” by Beth Ann Fennelly

13. Stampede!:Poems to Celebrate the Wild Side of School, by Laura Purdie Salas

14. “The Emily Dickinson Black Cake Walk,” by Sandra M. Gilbert

15. “The Cupboard,” by Walter de la Mare

16. Poems celebrating the month of May by Sara Teasdale, Philip Larkin, Robert Herrick, and others.

17. “Ode to My Socks,” by Pablo Neruda, and “Ode to My Chair,” by Demps Demsey.

18. “ABC,” by Robert Pinsky.

19. “Millions of Strawberries,” by Genevieve Taggard.

20. “Afraid So,” by Jeanne Marie Beaumont.

21. “The Booksigning,” by James Tate.

22. “You Were Wearing,” by Kenneth Koch.

23. “If Life Gives You Lemons, Make,” by Jennifer Perrine.

24. “From Blossoms,” by Li-Young Lee.

25. “When I Met My Muse,” and “An Introduction to Some Poems,” by William Stafford .

26. Teddy Bear’s Picnic!

27. “The Motorcycle Song,” by Arlo Guthrie.

28. “I’m Lonely as the Letter X,” by Diane Lockward.

29. “White Rabbit,” by Grace Slick.

30. “In Flight,” by Jennifer K. Sweeney.

31. “Eve’s Confession,” by Diane Lockward.

32. “Heart on the Unemployment Line,” by Diane Lockward.

33. “Barter,” by Sara Teasdale.

34. “My Mother Give Me Her Recipe,” by Marge Piercy.

35. “Thompson’s Lunch Room – Grand Central Station,” by Amy Lowell.

36 .”Q,” by Sharon Olds.

37. “Autumn Song,” by Katherine Mansfield.

38. “I’m Getting Sick of Peanut Butter,” by Kenn Nesbitt and “Peanut-Butter Sandwich,” by Shel Silverstein.

39. Review of Tofu Quilt by Ching Yeung Russell.

40. “Love at the Grocery” by Carly Sachs.

41. “Mooses Come Walking,” “Alice’s Restaurant,” by Arlo Guthrie.

42. “Day is Done,” by Peter Yarrow and Melissa Sweet.

43. “All You That to Feasting and Mirth Are Inclined,” by Anonymous.


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