- Canary Be Attendant. REBECCA MYERS, ALICIA // Carolina Quarterly;Summer2014, Vol. 64 Issue 1, p90
The poem "Canary Be Attendant" by Alicia Rebecca Myers is presented. First Line: canary be attendant; Last Line: canary canary the heart's begun.
- The Docklands Diamond. // Evening Standard;7/23/2014, p1
Canary Wharf launches its first family homes Page 4
- [You be the canary, I'll be the coal]. Moore, Jennifer // Newfound;Spring2015, Vol. 6 Issue 2, p22
The poem [You be the canary, I'll be the coal], by Jennifer Moore is presented. First Line: You be the canary, I'll be the coal. In this scenario; Last Line: is mine and mine is yours. You the coal, the canary me.
- Monsters Aren't in the Closet. Stewart, Alii // Teen Ink;Apr2015, Vol. 26 Issue 8, p46
The poem "Monsters Aren't in the Closet" by Alii Stewart is presented. First Line: I know the monsters aren't in the closet. Last Line: The monsters aren't in the closet.
- Casals. Stern, Gerald // Five Points;2010, Vol. 13 Issue 3, p30
Presents the poem "Casals," by Gerald Stern. First Line: You could either go back to the canary; Last Line: and every night a church full of wild canaries.
- The Canary. Rosenfeld, Morris // Songs of Labor & Other Poems;1/1/1914, p13
Presents the poem "The Canary," by Morris Rosenfeld, translated from the Yiddish by Rose Pastor Stokes and Helena Frank. First Line: The free canary warbles; Last Line: And who her pain can tell?
- CASALS. // Field (00150657);Fall2013, Issue 89, p39
The poem "CASALS" by Gerald Stern is presented. First Line: You could either go back to the canary; Last Line: and every night a church full of wild canaries.
- an oasis on the ocean. // Evening Standard;9/ 8/2014, p59
DESTINATION THE CANARY ISLANDS FUERTEVENTURA, the second largest of the Canary Islands â€” and closest to the African coast â€” offers year-round sunshine and is the island of choice for Pierre & Vacances' first Club Village in the archipelago.
- A Eucharist at the Canary Hotel. Ellery, Chris // Paterson Literary Review;2009, Issue 37, p258
Presents the poem "A Eucharist at the Canary Hotel," by Chris Ellery. First Line: We meet in the garden at the Fondoq Canary. Last Line: I never can eat that dish again.
- AFTER SUPPING WITH A POET. Moulton, Louise Chandler // Poems & Sonnets of Louise Chandler Moulton;1909, p423
The poem "After Supping With a Poet," by Louise Chandler Moulton is presented. First Line: You called your mystic draught Canary sack-- Last Line: You called your magic draught Canary sack!