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Father said : poems

Author: Hal Sirowitz
Publisher: Brooklyn : Soft Skull Press, ©2004.
Edition/Format:   Print book : EnglishView all editions and formats
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Genre/Form: Poetry
Material Type: Internet resource
Document Type: Book, Internet Resource
All Authors / Contributors: Hal Sirowitz
ISBN: 1932360271 9781932360271
OCLC Number: 55671472
Description: 168 pages ; 22 cm
Contents: Flies love you --
Ducks at peace --
Two rabbits in a room --
The steak's previous life --
It that fly could talk --
Squirrel problem --
What we can learn from ants --
How to be a humanitarian --
The deer on the side of the road --
Saving a spider's life --
Being nice to the birds --
Mosquito bite --
Knowing them through their pets --
Not to have died in vain --
Two ends of a cat --
I wasn't the one who killed it --
Kitty little --
Same species, different sex --
Saluting the bull --
Doggie bag --
When autumn leaves have almost finished falling --
Trusting my feet --
Bad drivers --
The other side of the car --
Entering a new state --
The wrecking ball --
Visiting Japan --
Rearranging the speedometer --
Meeting place --
Water, water everywhere --
Tit for tat --
The story of a Jerk --
Blocking my view --
Snobs --
The shrunken version --
The lost friend --
The war at home --
When I used to cook --
The substitute for swings --
Substituting husbands --
Nothing much to share --
Holding on to the chains --
How her liver was saved --
Buying him a bar --
War wounds --
Asking for her hand --
The loan --
Sharing the pain --
What's there to explore --
The long leash --
Sight unseen --
In the lion's mouth --
The male advantage --
What I'm known for --
Imitation wood --
Inside/outside --
Getting rid of her --
Rotten personality --
The subject was always roses --
The cost of talking --
Zebra-striped sports jacket --
The kingdom under siege --
The natural --
Losing my place --
The dead don't return what you leant them --
Trouble in gossip land --
Ten minutes ahead --
What house was he talking about --
The hawk who become a dove --
The listener --
Being a good citizen --
The world belongs to the young --
The absence of light --
The price of marriage --
Tell her I'm hot here --
When words come easy --
Holding on to my tongue --
Correcting an unbalance --
What do you mean when you say you love me --
The mistake --
Mutual trust --
The woman's fault --
It takes two to avoid someone --
Wondering when to return --
Why God created eve --
The sound of a tree falling --
The cost of a new hairdo --
She likes her twenties crisp --
The extra pounds belong to her --
Letting the washing machine decide --
Upgrading the bungalow --
Pointing out progress --
How to be a gentleman --
The hair on my head --
The silent divorce --
By the time he got to India --
How to build confidence --
How to avoid being idle --
Facts about grammar --
The price of being alone --
Similar brains --
The use of facts --
Talking during the commercials --
The benefits of ignorance --
The correct distance from a crocodile --
The benefits of an active lifestyle --
Lengthy services --
What walking up means --
Cutting down costs --
The pursuit of laziness --
What followed your birth --
Undecided --
Abandoning the declaration --
Doesn't matter what it looks like --
Saving it for later --
No place for it to go --
Tight bathing suits --
The art of marriage --
The movies she picks --
No signs of getting better --
Misery loves company --
Only your eyes seem to work --
The need to get away --
Getting me steamed --
Worth bending down for --
Practicing for that day --
Spring cleaning came early --
Mother of invention --
The peanut count --
Reusing words --
The joke that got no laughs --
Taking your fun while you can --
To coincide --
God's delivery system --
Dressing up for a possible memory --
Taking longer than your mother --
Choice of diseases --
When the body breaks down --
Six-shooter --
A call from death valley --
The trapped sardine --
Escape from the hospital --
Among familiar surroundings --
Saving a spot for me in heaven --
One organ too many --
Four thumbs are better than two --
Why there are no miracles --
Dying once is enough --
Pushing the future further ahead --
All the dead I've known --
The news of my teeth --
God's laugh --
Cemetery plot & stone --
A crooked man --
What to save for death --
Half dead --
Daily lotto.
Responsibility: by Hal Sirowitz.
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