- Subway. Field, Miranda // Antioch Review;Fall99, Vol. 57 Issue 4, p498
Presents the poem `Subway.'
- Subway. Goldensohn, Barry // Salmagundi;Fall2006, Issue 152, p111
Presents the poem "Subway," by Barry Goldensohn. First Line: The station platform, clean and broad, his stage; Last Line: Not talking. Singing, lost in song.
- On the Subway. Field, Miranda // Literary Imagination;Mar2013, Vol. 15 Issue 1, p50
The poem "On the Subway" by Miranda Field is presented. First Line: Staring tentatively into a stranger's ear, not my child's ear, Last Line: staring into and being stared into.
- On the Subway. Levy, Howard // Gettysburg Review;Fall2003, Vol. 16 Issue 3, p468
Presents the poem "On the Subway," by Howard Levy.
- Subway. Cosgrove, Kate // 21st Century;Nov91, Vol. 3 Issue 3, p12
The article presents the poem "Subway," by Kate Cosgrove. First Line: Down, down under the ground; Last Line: There is no light to be found.
- Subway. Stein, Gary // Poetry;Apr99, Vol. 174 Issue 1, p22
Presents the poem "Subway," by Gary Stein.
- Subway. Smith, Stephen // Iconoclast;2009, Issue 104, p59
Presents the poem "Subway," by Stephen Smith. First Line: The emerging light of each station a welcome assurance in; Last Line: looking forward to the end of his shift.
- Breviary on the subway. McCarthy, Leonard // America;7/21/1951, Vol. 85 Issue 16, p401
The poem "Breviary on the Subway," by Leonard McCarthy is presented. First Line: More out of dearest duty now than joy; Last Line: Saul or David, hold us from the dark.
- To the Subway. Hirsch, Edward // Living Fire;2010, p232
The poem "To the Subway" by Edward Hirsch is presented. First Line: Underground horse, I board you at Grand Central; Last Line: and climb your stairs into the bright air.