Poems in protest
- What I Know. Robinson, Lee // Hearsay;2004, p50
The article presents the poem "What I Know." First Line: What I know for sure is less and less: Last Line: now huge, now near.
- WHAT I KNOW. Dobrin, Arthur // Angles & Chambers;1990, p10
The article presents the poem "What I Know," by Arthur Dobrin. First Line: Such skills I have: Last Line: Sleeping their separate lives.
- What I Know. Glaze, Chassidy // Teen Ink;Oct2006, Vol. 18 Issue 2, p32
The article presents the poem "What I Know," by Chassidy Glaze. First Line: I'm 12 and I know Iraq Last Line: And I wish I didn't know about Iraq.
- What I Know. Jessen, Jenica // Teen Ink;May2011, Vol. 22 Issue 9, p43
The poem "What I Know," by Jenica Jessen is presented. First Line: It is at that point when legions; Last Line: That I know I've known a Poet.
- What I Know. Plasse, Kelly Vande // Paterson Literary Review;2006, Issue 35, p211
Presents the poem "What I Know," by Kelly Vande Plasse. First Line: A few years from now, Last Line: of my own dark.
- Not Knowing What I Know. Piercy, Marge // Red Rock Review;Winter2006, Issue 18, p8
Presents the poem "Not Knowing What I Know," by Marge Piercy. First Line: A cheap hotel in Blois; Last Line: I would make fire.
- bring me from what I know. Dumler, Renee // Teen Ink;May2013, Vol. 24 Issue 9, p41
The poem "Bring Me From What I Know" by Renee Dumler is presented. First Line: I leaned against the pole; Last Line: The world had become silent.
- What I Know. Dubost, Patrick // Poetry;Apr2009, Vol. 194 Issue 1, p54
presents the prose poem "What I Know," by Patrick Dubost, translated from the French by Fiona Sampson. First Line: 1. I know that language is within the world and that, at the same time, the world is within langauge. Last Line: 21. Because I have scaled a tree, I know that beyond language is a...
- Let Me Sing of What I Know. Allingham, William // Sixteen Poems;1/1/1905, p2
Presents the poem "Let Me Sing of What I Know," by William Allingham. First Line: A wild west Coast, a little Town, Last Line: Let me sing of what I know.