- Walking on Water. Du Priest, Travis // Anglican Theological Review;Fall2005, Vol. 87 Issue 4, p665
The article presents the poem "Walking on Water," by Travis Du Priest. First Line: Well, for one thing it is not; Last Line: and walk even the most fluid of roads.
- St. John's Bistro. Du Priest, Travis // Anglican Theological Review;Summer2004, Vol. 86 Issue 3, p489
Presents the poem "St. John's Bistro".
- Tiresias. Evans, Judson // Green Mountains Review;2008, Vol. 21 Issue 1, p17
Presents the poem "Tiresias," by Judson Evans. First Line: Due to a serpent, stunned premonitions; Last Line: their sandals.
- Eden Tiresias. Teare, Brian // Ploughshares;Winter2002-03, Vol. 28 Issue 4, p188
Presents the poem 'Eden Tiresias.'
- Tiresias. Swinburne, Algernon Charles // Songs Before Sunrise;3/1/2006, p83
Presents the poem "Tiresias," by Algernon Charles Swinburne. First Line: It is an hour before the hour of dawn. Last Line: Are these dead or art thou dead, Italy?
- Tiresias. // Works of Alfred Lord Tennyson, Vol. 6;1909, p136
The poem "Tiresias," by Alfred Lord Tennyson is presented. First Line: I WISH were as in the years of old, Last Line: May prove as peaceful as his own.
- The Secret of the Gods in Tennyson's "Tiresias." Lovelace, J. Timothy // Victorians Institute Journal;2004, Vol. 32, p97
This article presents information about the essay "The Secret of the Gods in Tennyson's "Tiresias." In this essay the real meaning of the flame of sacrifice is, in "Tiresias," the secret of the Gods and the reader who would seek this meaning must examine the parallels between "Tiresias" and its...
- from "The Madman Sings." Kulik, William // American Poetry Review;May/Jun2010, Vol. 39 Issue 3, p23
Presents several prose poems excerpted from the unpublished book "The Madman Sings," by William Kulik including "Ask Tiresias," First Line: "Woman in the red hat, second row.... Last Line: Do I ever! Glad you asked. "Lucid Dreams," First Line: 1. I'm drifting somewhere in the Strait of Heartache...