- The First Time. White, James L. // Salt Ecstasies;2010, p14
The poem "The First Time," by James L. White is presented. First Line: Sometimes I'm their first. Last Line: Just some understanding between two men.
- Song to M. L. Lowell, James Russell // Complete Poetical Works of James Russell Lowell;1/1/1902, p20
Presents the poem "Song to M. L.," by James Russell Lowell. First Line: A lily thou wast when I saw thee first, Last Line: To plant fruitful hopes of the flower of day.
- Borders (Poem). Calderwood, James // American Scholar;Winter89, Vol. 58 Issue 1, p39
Presents the poem "Borders," by James L. Calderwood.
- STUFF. Deschenes, Jamie // 21st Century;Nov94, Vol. 6 Issue 3, p36
The short story "Stuff" by Jamie Deschenes is presented.
- CHOKE CHERRIES. Montague, James L. // New Yorker;9/15/1956, Vol. 32 Issue 30, p142
The article presents the poem "Chokecherries," by James L. Montague. First Line: Chokecherries fill the hedgerows with a; Last Line: they know.
- Vinegar. White, James L. // Salt Ecstasies;2010, p45
The poem "Vinegar," by James L. White is presented. First Line: In his underwear; Last Line: by Estelle's CafÃ©and Beauty Parlour.
- Poems of Submission. White, James L. // Salt Ecstasies;2010, p32
The poem "Poems of Submission," by James L. White is presented. First Line: How beautiful we are when submitted fully to time, Last Line: eating in the silence.
- marinade. Norcliffe, James // Salamander;Winter2010, Vol. 16 Issue 1, p132
The poem "marinade" by James Norcliffe is presented. First Line: I'm moving out; Last Line: or a shroud.
- Lana at Five. James, Eileen M. // Saturday Evening Post;Winter1971, Vol. 243 Issue 3, p160
Presents the poem "Lana at Five," by Eileen M. James. First Line: You sat; Last Line: Again.