- STAGE extensions. CHRISTENSEN, INGER // American Poet;Fall2007, Vol. 33, p38
The article presents the poem "Stage Extensions," by Inger Christensen. First Line: I've now looked at trees from above; Last Line: hey, world!
- Cleveland Extension. Kryss, Tom // Bathtub Gin;Spring/Summer2007, Issue 20, p34
Presents the poem "Cleveland Extension," by Tom Kryss. First Line: The bridge is elevated at signal, in advance; Last Line: in confusion and wonder at a comet's approach.
- "that all planes are infinite, by extension." Ross, Tim // Green Mountains Review;2005, Vol. 18 Issue 2, p148
Presents the poem "that all planes are infinite, by extension," by Tim Ross. First Line: who are you the ashes of I ask the snow are you the barber with the smoky fingers; Last Line: we say here are my teeth count them all our numbers add up to one.
- Bodily Extension. Earle, John Charles // Oxford Book of English Mystical Verse;1917, p510
The poem "Bodily Extension," by John Charles Earle is presented. First Line: THE body is not bounded by its skin; Last Line: And co-extending with immensity.
- Ambika Ananth. Ananth, Ambika // Muse India;Jan/Feb2015, Issue 59, p1
Two poems by Ambika Ananth are presented. "Genesis." First Line: You promise to fill my vacant moments; Last Line: When I become you. "Life's Extensions." First Line: The light reaching the retina; Last Line: Her hand in her daughter's.
- Church Extension. Moore, Thomas // Complete Poems of Sir Thomas Moore Collected by Himself with Exp;3/1/2006, p864
Presents the poem "Church Extension," by Sir Thomas Moore. First Line: Important event for the rich and religious! Last Line: But Venus's also are much in request.
- SABINE SCHO. // Chicago Review;Summer2002, Vol. 48 Issue 2/3, p248
Presents the poems 'Opening Ceremony for the Sorting Machine Extension' and 'Horst and His New Opel' and an excerpt from the book 'Die Geheimen Aufzeichnungen Marinas.'
- Always a Surprise, Even a Wonder: Poetry and Commentary. Haddad, Amy; Pucciani, Donna; Shapiro, Johanna; Shafer, Audrey // Journal of Medical Humanities;Summer2007, Vol. 28 Issue 2, p105
The article presents commentaries on several poems about medicine. "Flexion/Extension," by Amy Haddad is said to have been written for the author's father who died of congestive heart failure. "Daddy-Shadow, Daddy-Shell," by Donna Pucciani was written 3 years before the death of the author's...