- Tanisha. Duran, Elizabeth // First Things: A Monthly Journal of Religion & Public Life;Apr1992, Issue 22, p56
Presents the poem "Tanisha," by Elizabeth Duran. First line: There is nothing left to say now; Last line: this Thy child.
- Repent Ye! Duran, Elizabeth // First Things: A Monthly Journal of Religion & Public Life;May1992, Issue 23, p44
Presents the poem "Repent Ye!," by Elizabeth Duran. First Line: Jesus is coming repent Ye!; Last Line: unlived.
- Safari. Gomez, Iris // Legal Studies Forum;2006, Vol. 30 Issue 1/2, p710
Presents the poem "Safari," by Iris Gomez. First Line: In the beginning, Last Line: asleep in the water.
- SAFARI. Rosenberg, Dan // Conjunctions;Fall2013, Issue 61, p315
The poem "Safari," by Dan Rosenberg is presented. First Line: stuck long unbuckled in the middle seat sweating -- Last Line: black wings spread still--not death--the drying after.
- Safari. Patel, Heenali // London Magazine;Oct/Nov2012, p147
The poem "Safari," by Heenali Patel is presented. First Line: Over the plains, the quiet; Last Line: Rift Valley.
- Safari. Richman, Steven M. // Legal Studies Forum;2012, Vol. 36 Issue 2, p325
The poem "Safari," by Steven M. Richman is presented. First Line: The hack their way through the jungle; Last Line: They only eat, after all, what they kill.
- 1968-1978: Safari. Clark, Tom // Light & Shade;Apr2006, p95
The poem "Safari," by Tom Clark is presented. First Line: Thoughts in; Last Line: there is no one to talk to.
- Safari. Watt, W. W. // Saturday Evening Post;8/8/1942, Vol. 215 Issue 6, p30
The article presents the poem "Safari," by W. W. Watt. First Line: THE house is in terrible turmoil: Last Line: As if his poor parents don't know it!
- On Safari. von Dreele, W. H. // National Review;4/27/1979, Vol. 31 Issue 17, p524
The article presents the poem "On Safari," by W. H. von Dreele. First Line: Jerry Brown, who's a fellow with push, Last Line: You can bet she'll get dumped in the bush.