- PERSUASIVES ON THE CONTRARY: METRODORUS. // Odes of Anacreon, Anacreontics & Other Selections From the Greek;1903, p155
The poem "Persuasives on the Contrary," by Metrodorus is presented. First Line: In every way of life true pleasure flows; Last Line: Who wish to be unborn, or quickly dead.
- Music of the Spheres. Miller, James Andrew // First Things: A Monthly Journal of Religion & Public Life;Jun/Jul1993, Issue 34, p23
Presents the poem "Music of the Spheres," by James Andrew Miller. First Line: In the beginning there was no beginning; Last Line: So Mozart ages hence could write hi Requiem.
- Contraries. Meyers, Susan // Tar River Poetry;Fall2004, Vol. 44 Issue 1, p10
Presents the poem "Contraries," by Susan Meyers.
- NEIGHBORING CONTRARY. // New Yorker;8/20/1979, Vol. 55 Issue 27, p91
The article presents the poem "Neighboring Contrary," by Larry Woiwode. First Line: Sleeplessness, sleeplessness, sleep- Last Line: And die here in me.
- Mary, Mary, Quite Contrary. Winter, Ginny // Turtle;Jul/Aug2008, Vol. 30 Issue 4, p14
The article presents the poem "Mary, Mary, Quite Contrary" is presented. First Line: Mary, Mary, quite contrary, Last Line: And Mr. Green Bean in the row.
- Mary, Mary, Quite Contrary. Winter, Ginny // Turtle;Apr/May2001, Vol. 23 Issue 3, p11
Presents the poem `Mary, Mary, Quite Contrary.'
- QUITE CONTRARY. Smith, Robert Paul // Saturday Evening Post;12/6/1947, Vol. 220 Issue 23, p192
Presents the poem "Quite Contrary," by Robert Paul Smith. First Line: To him they were bitterflies; Last Line: In his warm and sunny fen.
- "Mary, Mary, Quite Contrary." Marquis, Don // Dreams & Dust;1/1/1915, p44
Presents the poem "Mary, Mary, Quite Contrary," by Don Marquis. First Line: "Mary, Mary, quite contrary, Last Line: Among the morning hills!
- His Life is by Contraries. Abbracciavacca, Meo // Works of Dante Gabriel Rossetti;1911, p458
The ballad "His Life is by Contraries" by Meo Abbracciavacca is presented. First Line: By the long sojourning; Last Line: I know that without wings is an ill flight.