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Title: A Birth in Seeing
Author: David JaffinClick here to get further informations
Language: english
Category: Poem
Keywords: Eye opener, Vanitas, That Pier again, Mysteriously, E Major, Titles, Isn't, Soothed, Afar Out, Ephemeral, For holding still, Flattened off, Seem, Sculptor, Modulations, Siesta, Alludes, Too easily, Is more, Placed, Janacek, Throwing Bread for the Fish, Grouped, Tugs Boats through, the East River, To That Instinct, So much himself, Critical Spirit, Impersoned, Nearing for Flome, Light-dance, Cross puzzled, Depths of, For Good, Flow many Prisons, If only, Higher, Message, The Idiot, Looking back, Ideologies, Greedy, Worms: The Synagogue 30 Worms: The Jewish Graveyard, Marseilles, April 2002, Escaped?, Over shadowed, Daily lives, little concerns, Ease of, More than this, Strassburg: Synagogia 35 Strassburg: Ecclesia, Taken in, Perspectives, Its voice, Poems from the Chinese (6), Spring blossoms, For Echo, Colored, Distant Snow, Awakened, The Form of Mountains 39 Portents, Witches, Shrewd Wisdom, Darkened, Language, Two different ways?, Countertenor, Aging, Common, Too sure, Gryphius, Outsurfaced, Back to place, Nathaniel Pink's estimates, Prayer, To seed, Uneven Divide, Into the Rose, Dick and Jane, Untold, Grasshopper, Chandelier, Unease of, At Center, Seeded grain, Arm-chaired Posture 51 Well meaning, Open minded, Too much Goodness 52 Deciding for, Finding oneself, Faith, Hide and Seek, Peace, Childhood, Out walked, Ode to the Manatee, Haydn, Symphony 102 (slow movement), Less explicit, Timeless Thoughts, Slow sway, In touch, Drifted away, New Book, Belittled?, Unlearned, Pale Yellow, For Raphael, Glanced-through, Mirror, Exposed, That Density, Of touched-in fear, Bridge, Statue, Meant for, Shadowless afternoon 64 Haydn, Symphony 18 (2nd movement), For Meaning, Sept. 2001 (5) "To be", Where, Where (II), "A voice", Shines, Bearing for Birth, A distance, Swiss Landscape, September 11, 2001, 15 poemsIf the End is coming, How small man, However lost, After, Luther's Apple Tree, Elegy for the unknown thousands, Don't ask why, NYC, World Trade Towers, Back to Business, Aftermath, Of a distant Truth, To kill Glass, Where to feel Safe, Atta, Spider's Web, Cellist, Untuned, Barnaba da Modena Madonna and Child (Frankfurt), St.John mourning the Death of Christ (Deodate di Orlando, ca. 1300, Frankfurt), Listening, Graveyard, But it was, Landscaped, Tunnels, Swan's way, Of instinct, Stone-facing, Of Star-swayed nights, Out of the Mist, To Glassed-in now, A longing for, To lose, Made up, Trying hard to listen for, A Repetition of themselves, For George Herbert, At the Height of, Thinking things, For Emily Dickinson, Over-sermoned, Veined-in-sight, That rare Mountain flower, A Shadow to himself, 4 Persons "Umbrellaed", "It was like", "Not quite Herself', "Too loved", Glimpse of Creation, To their Height of, Berwald, c major trio, 1845, Seeing, Opened out, Illmensee in autumn, The Poem, Unseasonable, Running-down flowers 98 Over heard, Barbara, Bicycled, Times Tables, What's for who, Out waited, Taking time off, Some thing, Manifest Destiny, Facing, Train-view, wasn't, Evolves, Snake, Claims, Mirroring in, For Dawn, What we hear, Colored-find, Educating yourself...
Date/Time: 2003
Pages: 169
ID: 27817
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