- of all the Woulds. Winderl, Carl // Christian Century;1/22/2014, Vol. 131 Issue 2, p13
The poem "of all the Woulds" by Carl Winderl is presented. First Line: My Son could; Last Line: would be yew.
- when they brought. WINDERL, CARL // Christianity & Literature;Summer2014, Vol. 63 Issue 4, p448
The poem "when they brought," by Carl Winderl is presented. First Line: before My Son, Last Line: drawing a line.
- NATIVES. Elliott, Anne // New York Quarterly;Jan2009, Issue 65, p132
The article presents the poem "Natives," Anne Elliott. First Line: Five people gathered at Thanksgiving table: Last Line: and I clear the stuff of our selves, mealy evidence, from the sober table.
- Nativity. Smith, Patrick // America;12/20/1969, Vol. 121 Issue 21, p613
The article presents the poem "Nativity," by Patrick Smith. First Line: We fight on Christmas; Last Line: For all men.
- Native. Conoley, Gillian // Jubilat;2004, Issue 7, p7
Presents the poem "Native," by Gillian Conoley.
- Nativity. Taggart, John // Is Music;6/ 1/2010, p116
The poem "Nativity," by John Taggart is presented. First Line: If you kneel; Last Line: what pleasure to dance and sing all the words all night long.
- Nativity. Logan, William // Hudson Review;Summer99, Vol. 52 Issue 2, p280
Presents the poem "Nativity," by William Logan.
- Nativity. Stanard, Christopher // Drumvoices Revue;Spring/Fall2008, Vol. 16 Issue 1/2, p47
The poem "Nativity," by Christopher Stanard is presented. First Line: ravens perched high up in the rafters, Last Line: but sing of stained glass and statues?
- Native. Feldman, Chanda // Southern Review;Summer2008, Vol. 44 Issue 3, p526
Presents the poem "Native," by Chanda Feldman. First Line: Forget kudzu, that closed weave, Last Line: the decay makes us kin.