- Last Word. // Arkansas Review: A Journal of Delta Studies;1997, Vol. 28 Issue 3, p130
Presents the poem `Last Word,' by Naton Leslie.
- Last Words. // New England Review (10531297);Summer99, Vol. 20 Issue 3, p175
Presents the poem `Last Words,' by Peg Boyers.
- Last Word. // Resurgence & Ecologist;Sep/Oct2013, Issue 280, p53
The poem "'Last Word" edited by Peter Abbs is presented. First Line: In Africa, one word for now, Last Line: How memory is carried.
- His Last Words. // War Poetry of the South;3/1/2006, p167
Presents the poem "His Last Words," by Anonymous. First Line: Come, let us cross the river, and rest beneath the trees, Last Line: There, by the flowing river, at rest beneath the trees.
- LAST WORDS. Weissbort, Daniel // Inscription;1993, p12
The article presents the poem "Last Words," by Daniel Weissbort. First Line: My father went into death; Last Line: outdistanced by ourselves.
- Last Words. Rogers, Benita // Healing Muse;Fall2007, Vol. 7 Issue 1, p84
Presents the poem "Last Words," by Benita Rogers. First Line: I walk down corridors; Last Line: to love.
- Poem. Smith, Stan // English: The Journal of the English Association;Winter2009, Vol. 58 Issue 223, p340
The article presents the poem "Last Words," by Stan Smith. First Line: Walking with the light these summer mornings; Last Line: making it all tidy.
- Last Words. Lehman, David // New Republic;4/13/92, Vol. 206 Issue 15, p40
Presents the poem "Last Words," by David Lehman. First Line: "Enough," "No more." "Not me," he said, closing the door, Last Line: "More," he said, liking the sound. "More, more, more!".
- LAST WORD. Lee, Muna // America;6/23/1928, Vol. 39 Issue 11, p259
The article presents the poem "Last Word," by Muna Lee. First Line: It is true, my dear. Last Line: It will still be true, my dear.