- Baptism. Gallio, Daniel // First Things: A Monthly Journal of Religion & Public Life;Apr1997, Issue 72, p16
Presents the poem "Baptism," by Daniel Gallio. First Line: Honorarius handed his robe to the catechumen; Last Line: Seemed to Honorarius like a black cocoon.
- fill/filigree. Martin, John M. // New Delta Review;Winter2009, Vol. 26 Issue 1, p50
The article presents the poem "Fill/filigree," by John M. Martin. First Line: its lightness the strongest hold; Last Line: and concentric as those you received.
- So the Eyes Are Filling Up. DUBNOV, EUGENE // Raritan;Spring2013, Vol. 32 Issue 4, p2
The poem "So the Eyes Are Filling Up," by Eugene Dubnov, is presented. First Line: So the eyes are filling up with pain; Last Line: and thunder speaks up in the spurs.
- Filling Holes. Berkey-Abbott, Kristen // Atlanta Review;Fall/Winter2004, Vol. 11 Issue 1, p13
Presents the poem "Filling Holes," by Kristin Berkey-Abbott.
- In a Smoke-Filled CafÃ©. Farley, Joseph // Axe Factory;2004, Issue 17, p89
Presents the poem "In a Smoke-Filled CafÃ©," by Joseph Farley.
- The night is filledâ€¦. Roose, Marie-Clotilde // Belgian Women Poets: An Anthology;2000, Vol. 11, p468
The article presents the poem "The Night Is Filledâ€¦," by Marie-Clotilde Roose. First Line: The night is filled; Last Line: what is this rasping cry that rumbles and dies?
- At the Filling Station. Gallo, Louis // Thema;Spring2004, Vol. 16 Issue 1, p40
Presents the poem "At the Filling Station," by Louis Gallo.
- The eye with seeing is not filled. // Poems with Power to Strengthen the Soul;1/1/1907, p182
The poem "The Eye With Seeing Is Not Filled" is presented. First Line: The eye with seeing is not filled, Last Line: Are love, and truth, and trust, and hope.
- Light fills and fails. Berengarten, Richard // Agenda;2014, Vol. 48 Issue 1/2, p14
The poem "Light fills and fails" by Richard Berengarten is presented. First Line: Light fills and fails. It hovers, spills away. Last Line: How foil this overflow? How stall the day?