- Trespass. // Journal: The Literary Magazine of the Ohio State University;Winter2013, Vol. 37 Issue 1, p93
The poem "Trespass" by Davis McCombs is presented. First Line: What brings her to the desk under the lamp is a force; Last Line: on the bark of the low-slung branch where they tied the noose.
- Trespass. Gnall, Stacy // Indiana Review;Summer2009, Vol. 31 Issue 1, p94
Presents the poem "Trespass," by Stacy Gnall. First Line: Once; Last Line: The three of us unable to make a sound.
- Trespass. Davis, Todd // West Branch;Fall/Winter2009, Issue 65, p40
Presents the poem "Trespass," by Todd Davis. First Line: He has wounded the deer; Last Line: through the worst.
- Trespass. Keyes, Claire // Anthology of New England Writers;2005, Vol. 17, p27
Presents the poem "Trespass," by Claire Keyes. First Line: The hairy man lazes in the brook, Last Line: And he will never go away.
- Trespass. Kalsheur, John // Georgetown Review;Spring2011, Vol. 12 Issue 1, p191
The poem "Trespass" by John Kalscheur is presented. First Line: You stole from my marijuana plantation. Last Line: This is the part you remember.
- Trespasses. WHITE, ROSS // American Poetry Review;Jan/Feb2015, Vol. 44 Issue 1, p12
The poem "Trespasses" by Ross White is presented. First Line: I beg, saints, Last Line: of attraction.
- Trespasses. Olsson, Kurt // Poet Lore;Sep2011, Vol. 106 Issue 3/4, p110
The poem "Trespasses," by Kurt Olsson is presented. First Line: The monks do not wish to be observed, Last Line: transparency.
- TRESPASS. Brown, Paul Cameron // Whispers;1/1/1977, p15
The poem "Trespass" by Paul Brown is presented. First Line: I would imagine; Last Line: where old nails rust.
- Trespassing. McKENDRICK, JAMIE // Liverpool Accents: Seven Poets & a City;1996, p95
The article presents the poem "Trespassing," by Jamie McKendrick. First Line: Like our bungalow, but with a top-deck, Last Line: then slammed down the greased stairs and out the door.