Citations with the tag: HIRSCH, Edward, 1950-

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  • Isis Unveiled.
    Hirsch, Edward // American Poetry Review; Jan/Feb2010, Vol. 39 Issue 1, p22 

    Presents the poem "Isis Unveiled," by Edward Hirsch. First Line: The Indian café and the occult bookstore; Last Line: dancing in black slips.

  • The Beginning of Poetry.
    Hirsch, Edward // American Poetry Review; Jan/Feb2010, Vol. 39 Issue 1, p23 

    Presents the poem "The Beginning of Poetry," by Edward Hirsch. First Line: Railroad tracks split the campus in half; Last Line: of a train crossing the prairie in the dark.

  • The Case Against Poetry.
    Hirsch, Edward // American Poetry Review; Jan/Feb2010, Vol. 39 Issue 1, p23 

    Presents the poem "The Case Against Poetry," by Edward Hirsch. First Line: While you made the case against poetry— Last Line: and a beggar began to sing in the street.

  • IMPRESSIONS: MONET.
    Hirsch, Edward // New Yorker; 10/1/1979, Vol. 55 Issue 33, p42 

    The article presents the poem "Impressions: Monet," by Edward Hirsch. First Line: Smoke blooms like breath from the chimneys. Last Line: This light for me in the unlit world of men.

  • Guillaume Apollinaire.
    Hirsch, Edward // Poetry; Feb98, Vol. 171 Issue 4, p270 

    Presents the poem "Guillaume Apollinaire," by Edward Hirsch.

  • Marina Tsvetaeva.
    Hirsch, Edward // Poetry; Feb98, Vol. 171 Issue 4, p272 

    Presents the poem "Marina TsvetaevaHirsch," by Edward Hirsch.

  • Late March.
    Hirsch, Edward // Poetry; Jul/Aug2007, Vol. 190 Issue 4, p255 

    Presents the poem "Late March," by Edward Hirsch. First Line: Saturday morning in late March. Last Line: and bereft when it disappeared.

  • Earthly Light.
    Hirsch, Edward // New England Review (10531297); Summer1992, Vol. 14 Issue 3, p223 

    Presents the poem "Earthly Light," by Edward Hirsch.

  • Special Orders.
    HIRSCH, EDWARD // American Poet; Spring2009, Vol. 36, p55 

    The article presents the poem "Special Orders," by Edward Hirsch. First Line: Give me back my father walking the halls; Last Line: and sketch you a container for it.

  • Happiness Writes White.
    HIRSCH, EDWARD // American Poet; Spring2009, Vol. 36, p56 

    The article presents the poem "Happiness Writes White," by Edward Hirsch. First Line: I am piece of chalk; Last Line: My heart is like dawn.

  • Winter in Edinburgh.
    Hirsch, Edward // American Poetry Review; Jan/Feb2010, Vol. 39 Issue 1, p22 

    Presents the poem "Winter in Edinburgh," by Edward Hirsch. First Line: We were far away from the Festival; Last Line: and sleep on my chest, like a thistle.

  • September Song.
    Hirsch, Edward // Ploughshares; Spring2010, Vol. 36 Issue 1, p58 

    Presents the poem "September Song," by Edward Hirsch. First Line: One moment you were tossing me a football; Last Line: and promised to lead me out of there.

  • High Reachers.
    Shaw, Robert B. // Poetry; Dec94, Vol. 165 Issue 3, p158 

    Comments on the book "Earthly Measures," by Edward Hirsch. Appeal of Hirsch's poems; Interpretation of poem "Sortes Virgilianae," subtitled "The Fortune-teller's Words to the Poet"; Context of selected quotations; Different kinds of visions.

  • Hotel Window (Poem).
    Hirsch, Edward // New Republic; 5/30/94, Vol. 210 Issue 22, p40 

    Presents the poem "Hotel Window," by Edward Hirsch.

  • Branch Library.
    Hirsch, Edward // Poetry; Jun2005, Vol. 186 Issue 3, p209 

    Presents the poem "Branch Library," by Edward Hirsch. First Line: I wish I could find that skinny, long-beaked boy; Last Line: radiating heat, singing with joy.

  • Away from Dogma.
    Hirsch, Edward // Paris Review; Winter92, Vol. 34 Issue 125, p163 

    Presents the poem "Away from Dogma," by Edward Hirsch. First Line: 1. In Portugal; Last Line: God came down and possessed her.

  • Elegy for the Jewish Villages.
    Hirsch, Edward // Five Points; 2005, Vol. 9 Issue 2, p7 

    Presents the poem "Elegy for the Jewish Villages," by Edward Hirsch. First Line: The Jewish villages in Poland are gone now— Last Line: from another one of the saddest nations on earth.

  • I Need Help.
    Hirsch, Edward // New Yorker; 10/5/1981, Vol. 57 Issue 33, p169 

    The article presents the poem "I Need Help," by Edward Hirsch." First Line: For all the insomniacs in the world; Last Line: I need their help to fly out of myself.

  • Oscar Ginsburg.
    Hirsch, Edward // Poetry; Oct/Nov97, Vol. 171 Issue 1, p33 

    Presents the poem `Oscar Ginsburg,' by Edward Hirsch.

  • THE CHARDIN EXHIBITION.
    Hirsch, Edward // New Yorker; 12/20/2004, Vol. 80 Issue 40, p152 

    Presents the poem "The Chardin Exhibition," by Edward Hirsch.

  • Dawn Walk.
    Hirsch, Edward // New Yorker; 11/8/1982, Vol. 58 Issue 38, p159 

    The article presents the poem "Dawn Walk," by Edward Hirsch. First Line: Some nights when you-re asleep; Last Line: Yes, we are still here.

  • FALL.
    Hirsch, Edward // New Yorker; 11/22/1982, Vol. 58 Issue 40, p50 

    The article presents the poem "FALL," by Edward Hirsch. First Line: Fall, falling, fallen. That's the way the season; Last Line: It is the changing light of fall falling on us.

  • The Beginning of Poetry.
    Hirsch, Edward // Living Fire; 2010, p3 

    The poem "The Beginning of Poetry," by Edward Hirsch is presented. First Line: Railroad tracks split the campus in half; Last Line: of a train crossing the prairie in the dark.

  • Isis Unveiled.
    Hirsch, Edward // Living Fire; 2010, p6 

    The poem "Isis Unveiled," by Edward Hirsch is presented. First Line: The Indian café and the occult bookstore; Last Line: dancing in black slips.

  • Winter in Edinburgh.
    Hirsch, Edward // Living Fire; 2010, p8 

    The poem "Winter in Edinburgh" by Edward Hirsch is presented. First Line: We were far away from the Festival; Last Line: and sleep on my chest, like a thistle.

  • Dark Tour.
    Hirsch, Edward // Living Fire; 2010, p9 

    The poem "Dark Tour" by Edward Hirsch is presented. First Line: A discordant day; Last Line: a fresh concordance.

  • Once, in Helsinki.
    Hirsch, Edward // Living Fire; 2010, p15 

    The poem "Once, in Helsinki" by Edward Hirsch is presented. First Line: Once, in Helsinki, Last Line: without a vision.

  • The Case Against Poetry.
    Hirsch, Edward // Living Fire; 2010, p16 

    The poem "The Case Against Poetry" by Edward Hirsch is presented. First Line: While you made the case against poetry--- Last Line: and a beggar began to sing in the street.

  • Anything but Standard.
    Hirsch, Edward // Living Fire; 2010, p18 

    The poem "Anything But Standard" by Edward Hirsch is presented. First Line: It was the two of us, wasn't it, on those steamy nights; Last Line: and shake off the water darkness.

  • Last Saturday.
    Hirsch, Edward // Living Fire; 2010, p20 

    The poem "Last Saturday" by Edward Hirsch is presented. First Line: Then the doorbell rang suddenly, Last Line: I never expected him to be so young.

  • Still Life: An Argument.
    Hirsch, Edward // Living Fire; 2010, p34 

    The poem "Still Life: An Argument" by Edward Hirsch is presented. First Line: Listen, it only takes a moment; Last Line: each other, always about to touch.

  • A Chinese Vase.
    Hirsch, Edward // Living Fire; 2010, p38 

    The poem "A Chinese Vase" by Edward Hirsch is presented. First Line: Sometimes I think that my body is a vase; Last Line: Of being human, to drink clear water.

  • I Need Help.
    Hirsch, Edward // Living Fire; 2010, p45 

    The poem "I Need Help" by Edward Hirsch is presented. First Line: For all the insomniacs in the world; Last Line: I need their help to fly out of myself.

  • Fall.
    Hirsch, Edward // Living Fire; 2010, p47 

    The poem "Fall" by Edward Hirsch is presented. First Line: Fall, falling, fallen. That's the way the season; Last Line: It is the changing light of fall falling on us.

  • Fast Break.
    Hirsch, Edward // Living Fire; 2010, p51 

    The poem "Fast Break" by Edward Hirsch is presented. First Line: A hook shot kisses the rim and; Last Line: floating perfectly through the net.

  • Poor Angels.
    Hirsch, Edward // Living Fire; 2010, p55 

    The poem "Poor Angels" by Edward Hirsch is presented. First Line: At this hour the soul floats weightlessly; Last Line: Let what rises live with what descends.

  • Wild Gratitude.
    Hirsch, Edward // Living Fire; 2010, p57 

    The poem "Wild Gratitude" by Edward Hirsch is presented. First Line: Tonight when I knelt down next to our cat, Zooey, Last Line: Wreathing themselves in the living fire.

  • Indian Summer.
    Hirsch, Edward // Living Fire; 2010, p59 

    The poem "Indian Summer" by Edward Hirsch is presented. First Line: It must have been a night like this one, Last Line: And shuttering into hundreds of glassy fragments.

  • The Skokie Theatre.
    Hirsch, Edward // Living Fire; 2010, p61 

    The poem "The Skokie Theatre" by Edward Hirsch is presented. First Line: Twelve years old and lovesick, bumbling; Last Line: each other's hands trembling and changed.

  • The Village Idiot.
    Hirsch, Edward // Living Fire; 2010, p65 

    The poem "The Village Idiot" by Edward Hirsch is presented. First Line: No one remembers him anymore, a boy; Last Line: fogging up in the bathroom, from the wet mirror.

  • Three Journeys.
    Hirsch, Edward // Living Fire; 2010, p67 

    The poem "Three Journeys" by Edward Hirsch is presented. First Line: Whoever has followed the bag lady; Last Line: and slept peacefully again, like a child.

  • In Spite of Everything, the Stars.
    Hirsch, Edward // Living Fire; 2010, p70 

    The poem "In Spite of Everything, the Stars" by Edward Hirsch is presented. First Line: Like a stunned piano, like a bucket; Last Line: plumes of breath rise into the sky.

  • Dawn Walk.
    Hirsch, Edward // Living Fire; 2010, p72 

    The poem "Dawn Walk" by Edward Hirsch is presented. First Line: Some nights when you're asleep; Last Line: Yes, we are still here.

  • My Grandmother's Bed.
    Hirsch, Edward // Living Fire; 2010, p79 

    The poem "My Grandmother's Bed" by Edward Hirsch is presented. First Line: How she pulled it out of the wall; Last Line: And her bed disappeared without a trace.

  • My Grandfather's Poems.
    Hirsch, Edward // Living Fire; 2010, p81 

    The poem "My Grandfather's Poems" by Edward Hirsch is presented. First Line: I remember that he wrote them backwards, Last Line: Those faint wingbeats, that hushed singing.

  • Incandescence at Dusk.
    Hirsch, Edward // Living Fire; 2010, p83 

    The poem "Incandescence at Dusk" by Edward Hirsch is presented. First Line: Or so the saint believed, And I believe the saint: Last Line: to fall out of the cerulean night.

  • In the Underground Garage.
    Hirsch, Edward // Living Fire; 2010, p89 

    The poem "In the Underground Garage" by Edward Hirsch is presented. First Line: I pulled my mother's baby-blue Thunderbird; Last Line: Filled with ghosts and strangers.

  • The Abortion (1969).
    Hirsch, Edward // Living Fire; 2010, p91 

    The poem "The Abortion (1969)" by Edward Hirsch is presented. First Line: I swore I'd always remember; Last Line: I'll never forgive you. Nothing is forgiven.

  • Away from Dogma.
    Hirsch, Edward // Living Fire; 2010, p110 

    The poem "Away From Dogma" by Edward Hirsch is presented. First Line: One night in Portugal, alone in a forlorn; Last Line: God came down and possessed her.

  • Summer Surprised Us.
    Hirsch, Edward // Living Fire; 2010, p119 

    The poem "Summer Surprised Us" by Edward Hirsch is presented. First Line: These first days of like the pail; Last Line: poured out like a bucket of wild berries.

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