- Baptism. Pickett, Gwynedd // CMAJ: Canadian Medical Association Journal;6/21/2005, Vol. 172 Issue 13, p1714
Presents the poem "Baptism," by Gwynedd Pickett. First Line: I enter the rooms where the anxious patients wait; Last Line: guess that's why baptism is a sacrament.
- Among the Vampires. Farley, Joseph // Axe Factory;2004, Issue 17, p84
Presents the poem "Among the Vampires," by Joseph Farley.
- Vampire. Ribalow, M. Z. // Paris Review;Winter75, Issue 64, p131
Presents the poem "Vampire," by M. Z. Ribalow. First Line: Sinking my teeth deep into you, Last Line: All that matters now is my appetite
- TEENAGE VAMPIRE. // Quadrant Magazine;Jul2011, Vol. 55 Issue 7/8, p55
The poem "Teenage Vampire" by John Whitworth is presented. First Line: My boyfriend is one of the undead, Last Line: Or his old Uncle Vlad will impale yer.
- Instructions to Vampires. Adcock, Fleur // Fleur Adcock, Poems 1960-2000;2000, p19
The poem "Instructions to Vampires," by Fleur Adcock, is presented. First Line: I would not have you drain; Last Line: etch my name.
- Saying Goodbye to the Vampire. Verga, Angelo // Paterson Literary Review;2002, Issue 31, p187
Presents the poem "Saying Goodbye to the Vampire," by Angelo Verga.
- Jugged Dreams / An Injured Dove / As a Vampire / Someone Else's Script. Doty, Gene // Natural Bridge;Spring2006, Issue 15, p49
Presents four poems by Gene Doty. 1) "Jugged Dreams," First Line: five hundred dreams preserved; Last Line: from the dream's gaping question. 2) "An Injured Dove," First Line: Exploring a church, we find in the basement; Last Line: With a white film that changes it to an Edsel. 3) "As a...