SCENE FROM A LIVING ROOM
- Camille Claudel at Large. Murawski, Elisabeth // Literary Review;Winter2000, Vol. 43 Issue 2, p243
Presents the poem `Camille Claudel at Large.'
- Aspire. Dungy, Camille // Carolina Quarterly;Spring/Summer2004, Vol. 56 Issue 2/3, p28
Presents the poem "Aspire," by Camille Dungy.
- Defending Oneself. Guthrie, Camille // Chicago Review;Summer2003, Vol. 49 Issue 2, p50
Presents the poem "Defending Oneself," an excerpt from "In Captivity," by Camille Guthrie.
- Concordance. Dungy, Camille T. // Beloit Poetry Journal;Fall2004/Winter2005, Vol. 55 Issue 1/2, p60
Presents the poem "Concordance," by Camille T. Dungy.
- Scattered Remnant: The Altamont, California. Norton, Camille // Colorado Review;Summer2004, Vol. 31 Issue 2, p83
Presents the poem "Scattered Remnant: The Altamont, California," by Camille Norton.
- Dancing the Joy of Harvest. Dull, Camille // Folk Dance Scene;Oct2012, Vol. 48 Issue 8, p20
The poem "Dancing the Joy of Harvest," by Camille Dull is presented. First Line: New grapes from old vines bursting; Last Line: Dancing the joy of harvest.
- from given. Martin, Camille // Chicago Review;Spring2005, Vol. 51 Issue 1/2, p258
Presents the poem "From Given," by Camille Martin. First Line: along average city streets by the middle river in their propor-; Last Line: in hand.
- The Blue. Dungy, Camille T. // Mosaic Literary Magazine;Fall2012, Issue 28, p19
The poem "The Blue," by Camille T. Dungy is presented. First Line: One will live to see the Caterpillar rut everything; Last Line: He called the butterfly Smith's Blue.
- Homages to Camille Paglia. Szirtes, George // Poetry;Jul/Aug2005, Vol. 186 Issue 4, p309
Presents the poem "Homages to Camille Paglia," by George Szirtes. First Line: You not only look like my mother, which; Last Line: and let your slave live.