Not a Poem
- Scaling down. Rank, Stephanie // House Beautiful;Sep96, Vol. 138 Issue 9, p70
Focuses on architect Ruth Wells and her designs for children's furniture. Different children furniture designed by Ruth Wells and their corresponding prices.
- Running for charity. // GP: General Practitioner;4/20/2007, p8
The article presents information on general practitioners John Scanlon and Ruth Wells, raising money for the Cystic Fibrosis Trust by participating in a marathon. The husband and wife duo of, Scanlon and Wells, will run in the world's smallest official marathon, the Tresco Marathon. Information...
- A good year to graduate? // Farmers Weekly;5/13/2005, Vol. 142 Issue 19, p14
Presents views of several graduating students on the farming industry in Great Britain in 2005. Ruth Wells; Russell Corfield; Victoria Ingram.
- Poem (Poem). Alschuler, Mari // Bay Windows;12/4/2003, Vol. 21 Issue 51, Section 2 p5
Presents the poem "Poem" by Mari Alschuler.
- The Farmer and the Poor God: A Folktale from Japan (Book). Lee, Ginny // Multicultural Review;Dec96, Vol. 5 Issue 4, p85
Reviews the book "The Farmer and the Poor God: A Folktale From Japan," by Ruth Wells, illustrated by Yoshi.
- This Is a Different Sort of "Poem" Poem. Hart, Matt // Eleven Eleven;2012, Issue 13, p235
The poem "This Is a Different Sort of "Poem" Poem," by Matt Hart is presented. First Line: beginning with pieces of a lemon, detergent, books; Last Line: down now. The end. Love, Matt.
- Dream poem: Gertrude Stein gives an interview to a woman from the BBC. Metcalfe, Robin // James White Review;Winter85, Vol. 2 Issue 2, p1
Presents the poem 'Dream Poem: Gertrude Stein Gives an Interview to a Woman From the BBC.'
- POEM. // Defeat of Youth & Other Poems;1/1/1918, p34
The poem "Poem" is presented. First Line: Books and a coloured skein of thoughts were mine; Last Line: Were still a winter of frosty gossamers.
- POEM. Myers, Jed // Grey Sparrow Journal;Fall2013, Vol. 4 Issue 4, p1
The poem "POEM" by Jed Myers is presented. First Line: Imageless I, alone; Last Line: here, between thinking and sleep.