- Civil and Civic. Bennett, Jonathan // Walrus;Jan/Feb2011, Vol. 8 Issue 1, p48
The poem "Civil and Civic," by Jonathan Bennett is presented. First Line: You talk across periods; I draw on arms; Last Line: the bronze general dismounts and runs you through.
- Quo Journal: Civics. MORSE, MICHAEL // AGNI;2001, Issue 53, p244
The poem "Quo Journal: Civics," by Michael Morse is presented. First Line: The plough, the fetter, the sword: Last Line: Inside the glasses clink.
- ARIDITY. WRIGLEY, ROBERT // Fugue;Winter/Spring2010, Issue 38, p179
The article presents the poem "Aridity," by Robert Wrigley. First Line: Of all the blessings of the lack of rain, Last Line: behind the wheel.
- EXXON. Wrigley, Robert // New Yorker;11/17/2008, Vol. 84 Issue 37, p82
The article presents the poem "Exxon," by Robert Wrigley. First Line: Behold the amazing artificial arm, a machine; Last Line: between his old self and his new, a responsible citizen.
- Jig. Wrigley, Robert // Kenyon Review;Fall2005, Vol. 27 Issue 4, p150
Presents the poem "Jig," by Robert Wrigley. First Line: One wet night in a sealed tube; Last Line: under the world's flesh, only bone.
- Yorick. Wrigley, Robert // Kenyon Review;Fall2005, Vol. 27 Issue 4, p151
Presents the poem "Yorick," by Robert Wrigley. First Line: The big bull moose I call Hamlet mouthed; Last Line: allusive, each one mocking its own grin.
- Winterkill. Wrigley, Robert // Poetry;Jun2000, Vol. 176 Issue 3, p153
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- Homage. Wrigley, Robert // Poetry;Aug93, Vol. 162 Issue 5, p255
Presents the poem "Homage," by Robert Wrigley.
- County. Wrigley, Robert // Northwest Review;2009, Vol. 47 Issue 3, p6
Presents the poem "County," by Robert Wrigley. First Line: County of innumerable nowheres, half its dogs; Last Line: spring and autumn slaughter county, meat county, home.