- Full Moon. Mieczkowski, Rondo // James White Review;Winter90, Vol. 7 Issue 2, p13
Presents the poem 'Full Moon.'
- Geometer. Lauterrnilch, Steven // Christianity & Literature;Spring2001, Vol. 50 Issue 3, p489
Presents the poem "Geometer," by Steven Lautermilch. First Line: Midnight, and on the harbor side of the twin-pane storm; Last Line: in a sudden draft. I have not moved in an hour.
- Eclipse. Lautermilch, Steven // First Things: A Monthly Journal of Religion & Public Life;May1996, Issue 63, p70
Presents the poem "Eclipse," by Steven Lautermilch. First Line: You have taken away my names. Last Line: or star.
- Full Moon. Goedicke, Patricia // As Earth Begins to End;1/ 1/2000, p93
The poem "Full Moon" by Patricia Goedicke is presented. First Line: We ran barefoot to see it, Last Line: in the moonlight.
- Full Moon. Church, Dave // Bathtub Gin;Fall/Winter2004, Issue 15, p7
Presents the poem "Full Moon," by Dave Church.
- Full Moon. Grubbs, Gerry // Legal Studies Forum;2016 Supplement, Vol. 40, p39
The poem "Full Moon" by Gerry Grubbs is presented. First Line: My heart; Last Line: All those nights.
- Hermit Moon. Lautermilch, Steven // Atlanta Review;Fall/Winter2006, Vol. 13 Issue 1, p112
Presents the poem "Hermit Moon," by Steven Lautermilch. First Line: This is the dream. Ryokan, sitting; Last Line: I could have given him the moon.
- This Butterfly Life. Lautermilch, Steven // Chariton Review;Spring2008, Vol. 31 Issue 1, p78
Presents the poem "This Butterfly Life," by Steven Lautermilch. First Line: Constellations. Last Line: a cup of fired clay.
- Full Moon. Dinges, Jr., Richard // Blue Unicorn;Oct2011, Vol. 35 Issue 1, p34
Presents the poem "Full Moon," by Richard Dinges, Jr. First Line: Sun set. Last Line: my eyes and dream.