Category Archives: Poetry

Words on Wood

Rhene Kagan #315 POE 1996.001 Words on Wood is a collection of poems written by me from 1972 to 1985. There is no real common theme, although most of the poems reflect my feelings of love, pain, happiness, sadness, discontent … Continue reading

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Her Healthy Period of Rebellion

Noorallah Downing #304 POE 1994.004 I write to breathe. My children write. My husband gave me the cost of the fee to put this work, Her Healthy Period of Rebellion, on the shelf of The Brautigan Library as a birthday … Continue reading

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To All My Friends on Shore

Gavin de Rhys #298 POE 1994.003 To All My Friends on Shore is a collection of 30 poems, and one dramatic monologue titled “Nocturne.” The poems are mostly about love, life, and death; the monologue adds a sense of redemption. … Continue reading

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The Fire Inside

Carla Schwartz #297 POE 1994.002 The Fire Inside, a book of poetry, like my previous ones, is a collection of the year’s poems, in this case, those written in 1993. Some of the old characters are still around: Lily, Jack, … Continue reading

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Such a Glorius Feeling: Being

Doris Kearney #293 POE 1994.001 No synopsis provided.

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Uncle Louie’s Song and Other Tales

Chuck Rehmer #291 POE 1993.003 Uncle Louie’s Song and Others Tales is a collection of mid-70′s poetry by Chuck Rehmer, whose style and inspiration come from Richard Brautigan, Lawrence Ferlinghetti, Alan Ginsberg, and Tom Wolfe. Any kindred souls, outlaw artists, … Continue reading

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Voices and Echoes: Selected Prose and Poetry (and A Poet’s Journal)

Eric Wallace #289 POE 1993.002 Voices and Echoes contains poetry; 3 short stories: (“Night Music,” “Summer of Love,” and “The Blind Girl in the Lighthouse”).

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Can You Drive A Truck?

Carla Schwartz #272 POE 1993.001 Can You Drive A Truck? is a collection of poems written in 1992. This is the unedited collection. Chapters include, “Something Missing,” a collection of love poems; “You’re just my material, Baby,” more love poems; … Continue reading

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Changing Winds

Margrit Newman #266 POE 1992.007 Part of my poetry in Changing Winds reflects impressions of everyday life as a mother, as a wife and as a bystander to city scenes. Some of them deal with love, its ups and downs … Continue reading

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Just Add Water

Sara E. Sanderson #265 POE 1992.006 Just Add Water, by Sara E. Sanderson, is a collection of poetry reflecting hope for our beleaguered planet. Written on trips to Vancouver, British Columbia, Seattle, and Sante Fe, the poet reflects native tradition … Continue reading

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