- Anne. // Coming Out Young & Faithful;2001, p33
The poem "Anne" is presented. First Line: "Of course I still love (ew, that's just natural)". Last line: " In the meantime, get out of my house, faggot".
- ANNE. // Black Panther: A Book of Poems;1922, p73
The poem "Anne" is presented. First Line: BELOVÃˆDâ€”O adorable and falseâ€” Last Line: O happy heart on which your heart is laid!
- For Anne. Flood, Coleen // Canadian Literature;Winter97, Issue 155, p89
Presents a poem titled `For Anne.'
- St. Anne's--Moscow. Miller, Sandra Lake // American Scholar;Spring84, Vol. 53 Issue 2, p238
Presents the poem 'St. Anne's--Moscow.'
- Ann. Mahapatra, Jayanta // Hudson Review;Spring1986, Vol. 39 Issue 1, p95
Presents the poem "Ann," by Jayanta Mahapatra.
- For Anne. Lehman, David // Paris Review;Spring/Summer2001, Vol. 42 Issue 158, p121
Presents the poem "For Anne," by David Lehman. First Line: When I think of all the Annes; Last Line: fan of Anne and will always be.
- ANNE. WINTER, KATHLEEN // PANK Magazine;Spring2014, Issue 10, p106
The poem "ANNE," by Kathleen Winter is presented. First Line: There was the hum of bees and the musky odor of pinks filled the air; Last Line: All language is translation.
- Anne. Tomek, Yvonne // POMPA: Publications of the Mississippi Philological Association;2004, p90
Presents the poem "Anne," by Yvonne Tomek.
- Sympathy for Anne. Lougheed, Sarah // Kola;Fall2009, Vol. 21 Issue 2, p10
The article presents the poem "Sympathy for Anne," by Sarah Lougheed. First Line: Firebomb; Last Line: Let us not be alone.