MOON AND HEART
- NOVEMBER POEM. Briefs, E. Castendyk // First Things: A Monthly Journal of Religion & Public Life;Nov1990, Issue 7, p23
Presents the poem "November Poem," by E. Castendyk Briefs. First line: Leaves; Last line: machina.
- Bright Web. Briefs, Elinor Castendyk // Visions International;2006, Issue 74, p20
The article presents the poem "Bright Web," by Elinor Castendyk Briefs. First Line: First light wakens the throats; Last Line: unfolding all that is.
- Grand Fir. Bowering, George // Canadian Literature;Sep/Dec2001, Issue 170/171, p17
Presents the poem 'Grand Fir.'
- THE LORD. Buckley, James J. // First Things: A Monthly Journal of Religion & Public Life;Apr1997, Issue 72, p52
Reviews the book "The Lord," by Romano Guardini, translated by Elinor Castendyk Briefs.
- Metamorphosis. Burrows, E. O. // Fugue;Winter2003/2004, Issue 26, p135
The article presents the poem "Metamorphosis," by E. G. Burrows. First Line: Firs clump at night in high boots. Last Line: Cedar, redwood, and ash.
- In fir tar is. // Little Mother Goose;1/1/1912, p140
The poem "In Fir Tar Is" is presented. First Line: IN fir tar is. Last Line: Mare eat oats.
- Hieroglyphics under the Fir Trees. Grabill, James // Willow Springs;Summer/Fall2004, Issue 54, p52
Presents the poem "Hieroglyphics Under the Fir Trees," by James Grabill.
- Learn the Names of Things. Himeles, Darla // Horticulture;Aug/Sep2009, Vol. 106 Issue 6, p15
The article presents the poem "Learn the Names of Things," by Darla Himeles. Firs
- Neighbor's Tree House. Olsen, E. R. // Naugatuck River Review;Summer2010, Issue 4, p106
The poem "Neighbor's Tree House," by E. R. Olsen is presented. First Line: Twelve feet up on a thick fir trunk, Last Line: No rope for escape...in or out.