- A FORM. Collins, Eva // Quadrant Magazine;Dec2005, Vol. 49 Issue 12, p51
The article presents the poem "A Form," by Eva Collins. First Line: Surname? Last Line: red.
- A MODERN FORM. Davis, Jon // Preliminary Report;7/ 1/2010, p21
The poem "A Modern Form," by Jon Davis is presented. First Line: -traffic's flamboyance a man pissing beside the entrance ramp; Last Line: where two strangers held each other because-
- The Other Forms. Stone, Bianca // Green Mountains Review;2010, Vol. 23 Issue 2, p94
Presents the poem "The Other Forms," by Bianca Stone. First Line: I began with the two volume opus; Last Line: scattered like burning flecks of the meteor.
- The Form. Cirino, Leonard J. // Critical Survey;2005, Vol. 17 Issue 3, p101
The article presents the poem "The Form," by Leonard J. Cirino. First Line: The form that sleeps in nonexistence, Last Line: its incomprehensible noise.
- : Form : Shadow : Goodfellow, Jessica // Beloit Poetry Journal;Winter2008, Vol. 59 Issue 2, p41
Presents the poem ": Form : Shadow :," by Jessica Goodfellow. First Line: A sacred property of glass is translucence. Last Line: your shoes are what you shine your shadow with.
- Forming Defenses. Tefft, Dawn // Lullwater Review;Fall2004, Vol. 14 Issue 2, p24
Presents the poem "Forming Defenses," by Dawn Tefft. First Line: On Sundays we sat on the couch, Last Line: Finding the signs of a work I never did.
- SECTION THREE: The Form. IGNATOW, DAVID // I Have a Name: David Ignatow;1996, p53
The article presents the poem "The Form," by David Ignatow. First Line: The form falls in on itself, Last Line: crawl toward each other.
- 6 FROM AVALANCHE, 1996: BIRTH FORM: TERCETINA. Troupe, Quincy // Transcircularities;Oct2002, p251
The poem "Birth Form: Tercetina," by Quincy Troupe is presented. First Line: underneath a still life snapshot of grass & rocks, probing light; Last Line: all around our children, their eyes wide open in fear, but bright.
- The Violence of Unseen Forms. Gallagher, Tess // Kenyon Review;Spring2006, Vol. 28 Issue 2, p40
Presents the poem "The Violence of Unseen Forms," by Tess Gallagher. First Line: Can one soul consume; Last Line: ended.