Citations with the tag: TATTOOS (Poem)
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Makuck, Peter // Tar River Poetry; Fall2013, Vol. 53 Issue 1, p9
The poem "TATTOO" by Peter Makuck is presented. First Line: It might have been June, on the back porch, Last Line: a way out, the ink now dry, absence piercing as ever.
Hazo, Samuel // Salmagundi; Fall2010/Winter2011, Issue 168/169, p154
The poem "Tattoos," by Samuel Hazo is presented. First Line: They once were seen as trademarks; Last Line: It never sleeps.
Donnelly, Susan // American Scholar; Winter2003, Vol. 72 Issue 1, p105
Presents the poem 'Tattoo.'
Mira, Allegra // Naugatuck River Review; Winter2011, Issue 5, p86
The poem "Tattoo," by Allegra Mira is presented. First Line: It is true that you shaved; Last Line: is open.
Moran, Rod // Quadrant Magazine; Dec2006, Vol. 50 Issue 12, p63
The article presents the poem "Tattoos," by Rod Moran. First Line: A young waitress sets a table, Last Line: Worn strangely in the midst of life.
Moran, Rod // Monthly Review: An Independent Socialist Magazine; Oct2010, Vol. 62 Issue 5, p50
The poem "Tattoos" by Marilyn Buck is presented. First Line: A prisonerï¿½s observation: I read about ï¿½shock & awe,ï¿½ Last Line: My skin tattoos my song.
Fasano, Joseph // Boston Review; Sep/Oct2009, Vol. 34 Issue 5, p22
Presents the poem "Tattoo," by Joseph Fasano. First Line: All night I've listened to the voice of a dead singer; Last Line: and did not want.
- Notes to Tattoos.
Wright, Charles // Country Music: Selected Early Poems; 1991, p76
The article offers notes on the poem "Tattoos," by Charles Wright.
Goldbarth, Albert // Great River Review; Spring/Summer2008, Issue 48, p7
Presents the poem "Tattoos," by Albert Goldbarth. First Line: I'm old enough to remember whores; Last Line: signed in a bold and flowery script.
Short, Gary // Gettysburg Review; Summer2005, Vol. 18 Issue 2, p336
Presents the poem "Tattoo," by Gary Short. First Line: I sat at the table, a country of one, while the girl; Last Line: & said, "I think if you touched it, you would know."
Dennis, Carl // Gulf Coast: A Journal of Literature & Fine Arts;
Presents the poem "Tattoo," by Carl Dennis. First Line: If the body is the house of the soul, Last Line: As fine a project as letting go.
Ramspeck, Doug // Confrontation; Spring/Summer2008, Issue 101, p262
Presents the poem "Tattoo," by Doug Ramspeck. First Line: Because; Last Line: pouring out of the lowlands to find her.
NICOLA, JAMES B. // Raven Chronicles; 2013, Vol. 18 Issue 1/2, p69
The poem "Tattoo" by James B. Nicola is presented. First Line: A tattoo is a superficial thing; Last Line: but one thing that's still his is his tattoo.
- Skyscape Tattoo.
Labbe, Jason // American Letters & Commentary; 2005, Issue 17, p144
Presents the poem "Skyscape Tattoo," by Jason Labbe. First Line: When the light scab peeled the color; Last Line: girls reading under the trees can swim.
Reffe, Candice // AGNI; 1990, Issue 31/32, p221
The poem "Tattoo" by Candice Reffe is presented. First Line: A seal yelps & disappears under the slate winter surface. Last Line: that I examine & flash in the noon sun like a new tattoo.
Kooser, Ted // Poetry; Jun2003, Vol. 182 Issue 3, p150
Presents the poem "Tattoo," by Ted Kooser.
- PETER'S TATTOOS.
Merrill, James // New Yorker; 12/17/1979, Vol. 55 Issue 44, p44
The article presents the poem "PETER'S TATTOOS," by James Merrill. First Line: Right arm: a many-splendored; Last Line: Glides, with nothing in its claws but you.
French, Kenneth H. // New Orleans Review; 2005, Vol. 31 Issue 2, p28
Presents the poem "tattoo," by Kenneth H. French. First Line: in the small of his back; Last Line: asking for nothing.
- Their Father's Tattoo.
Bottoms, David // Poetry; Aug97, Vol. 170 Issue 5, p265
Presents the poem "Their Father's Tattoo," by David Bottoms.
- [My Tattoo].
Bertram, Erin M. // CutBank; Spring2007, Issue 67, p46
Presents the poem "[My Tattoo]," by Erin M. Bertram. First Line: Something worth naming as yet without a name. Last Line: amid a whirl of otherwise dynamic, unchanging heat.
Wright, Charles // Country Music: Selected Early Poems; 1991, p56
The poem "Tattoos," by Charles Wright is presented. First Line: Necklace of flame, little dropped hearts, Last Line: You are him, and think yourself yourself.
- Blue Tattoo.
Reed, John Richard // Poetry; Jun97, Vol. 170 Issue 3, p160
Presents the poem "Blue Tattoo," by John Richard Reed.
- Tattoo (Poem).
Spikes, Mike // POMPA: Publications of the Mississippi Philological Association; 2003, p75
Presents the poem "Tattoo," by Mike Spikes.
- Greenbottle's Tattoo.
Rzicznek, F. Daniel // Subtropics; Spring/Summer2008, Issue 6, p50
The poem "Greenbottle's Tattoo," by F. Daniel Rzicznek is presented. First Line: It's history that once I hovered; Last Line: beneath the whole blood-soaked, thriving scene.
- FIVE TATTOOS.
DWYER, JACLYN // Harpur Palate; Winter/Spring2012, Vol. 11 Issue 2, p59
The poem "Five Tattoos" by Jaclyn Dwyer is presented. First Line: On the subway, a stranger's rolled sleeve exposed; Last Line: when the dead cells exfoliate, erasing the stain.
Kooser, Ted // Delights & Shadows; 1/ 1/2004, p6
The poem "Tattoo" by Ted Kooser is presented. First Line: What once was meant to be a statement- Last Line: his heart gone soft and blue with stories.
- Blue Tattoo.
Metz, Mitchell // Hiram Poetry Review; Spring2006, Issue 67, p31
Presents the poem "Blue Tattoo," by Mitchell Metz. First Line: Thanks for attaching the pic; Last Line: I like the pic. Not bad.
- Peace tattoo.
Emmett, M. L. // Eureka Street; 9/7/2012, Vol. 22 Issue 17, p17
The poem "Peace Tattoo," by M. L. Emmett is presented. First Line: Children need to breathe the air of protest; Last Line: they ever breathe.
- After the Air Tattoo.
Sampson, Fiona // Poetry; Dec2007, Vol. 191 Issue 3, p189
Presents the poem "After the Air Tattoo," by Fiona Sampson. First Line: All in the stilly night the muntjac. Last Line: king; revenge-tragedy, triumphal colors of God.
- Jewish Holiday Tattoos.
Terris, Susan // Bridges: A Jewish Feminist Journal; 2002, Vol. 9 Issue 2, p89
Presents the poem "Jewish Holiday Tattoos," by Susan Terris.
- Forklift Tattoo.
Jenkins, Mark Allen // Workers Write!; 2013, p69
The poem "Forklift Tattoo" by Mark Allen Jenkins is presented. First Line: Sitting in this small, torn, vinyl seat; Last Line: on the dashboard to wait for the next truck.
- Temporary Tattoo.
Cleary, Suzanne // Ploughshares; Winter2007/2008, Vol. 33 Issue 4, p45
Presents the poem "Temporary Tattoo," by Suzanne Cleary. First Line: Beside the cash register in my favorite used bookstore; Last Line: pink, and everywhere, and always.
- Forklift Tattoo.
Jenkins, Mark // Georgetown Review; Spring2005, Vol. 6 Issue 1, p270
Presents the poem "Forklift Tattoo," by Mark Jenkins. First Line: Sitting in this small, torn, vinyl seat; Last Line: on the dashboard to wait for the next truck.
Pfefferle, W. T. // North American Review; Mar/Apr2006, Vol. 291 Issue 2, p20
Presents the poem "Tattoos," by W. T. Pfefferle. First Line: The guy with the gut and the tattoos; Last Line: long after Ed's history.
SCHULMAN, GRACE // Sewanee Review; Summer2013, Vol. 121 Issue 4, p545
The poem "Tattoo" by Grace Schulman is presented. First Line: When writing, let the object convey feeling, Last Line: and wrote of a wind-tossed elm. For Rivka Bloom.
- On Getting Tattoos.
Ruth, Amy // Teen Ink; Jun2009, Vol. 20 Issue 10, p28
The article presents the poem "On Getting Tattoos," by Amy Ruth. First Line: Initiating high school; Last Line: Only when you've turned 18.
McClatchy, J. D. // Paris Review; Fall99, Vol. 41 Issue 152, p28
Presents the poem "Tattoos," by J. D. McClatchy. First Line: 1. Chicago, 1969; Last Line: He's put his hand up into the cold air.
- Boas and Tattoos.
Chiado, Amanda // Eleven Eleven; 2010, Issue 9, p130
The poem "Boas and Tattoos" by Amanda Chiado is presented. First Line: Darling thumb you press so well. Your grooves soothe my expectant vertebrae; tenderize sadness; Last Line: up. I will stop wiggling. The boa constrictor has no capacity to learn these things.
Moss, Howard // New Yorker; 10/28/1974, Vol. 50 Issue 36, p50
The article presents the poem "Tattoo," by Howard Moss. First Line: The fountain-pen bird has punctured the vein; Last Line: Into the flesh to be told there forever.
Harper, Michael S. // American Scholar; Autumn2004, Vol. 73 Issue 4, p104
Presents the poem "Tattoo," by Michael S. Harper.
van Wijk, Amy Gijsbers // Teen Ink; Dec2010, Vol. 22 Issue 4, p43
The poem "Tattoos," by Amy Gijsbers van Wijk is presented. First Line: I've tattooed them on my bones; Last Line: And figure out where I went wrong.
- Poetry by James Conrad.
Conrad, James // James White Review; Fall84, Vol. 2 Issue 1, p7
Presents the poems 'Harvest,' 'May Day' and 'The Tattoo.'
- My Punk Rock Tattoo.
Badua, Anna // Chiron Review; Winter2009, Issue 83, p7
Presents the poem "My Punk Rock Tattoo," by Anna Badua. First Line: The tattoo gun whined; Last Line: outside of the lines.
- Teaching Among Tattoos.
Miller, Heather Ross // Appalachian Journal; Spring/Summer2006, Vol. 33 Issue 3/4, p381
Presents the poem "Teaching Among Tattoos," by Heather Ross Miller. First Line: The girls gather to my table, Last Line: in the place of any expression.
Estrada, Rafael Pérez // Jubilat; Fall/Winter2003, Issue 6, p147
Presents the prose poem "Tattoos," by Rafael PÃ©rez Estrada, translated from the Spanish by Steven J. Stewart.