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Into a punchline : poems, 1984-1994

Author: Robert Hershon
Publisher: Brooklyn, N.Y. : Hanging Loose Press, ©1994.
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Additional Physical Format: Online version:
Hershon, Robert.
Into a punchline.
Brooklyn, N.Y. : Hanging Loose Press, ©1994
(OCoLC)623708969
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Robert Hershon
ISBN: 1882413067 9781882413065 1882413075 9781882413072
OCLC Number: 28633944
Description: 96 pages ; 23 cm
Contents: F train: beards going to work --
In queens --
The shroud of turin --
Like --
Threats and promises of motel --
Except thou bless me --
The yellow door --
What we whistle while we work --
Coats --
Evergreen and covert --
Night train: it gets you there faster --
Incredible shrinking menu --
A rat on a winter's night --
Sailing around the horn --
Trades --
October --
F train: the cloak of respectability --
First hot morning in June --
Or is she in the pay of a foreign power --
NYC country music --
Six songs --
Humphrey bogart --
Laird cregar and the academic exercise --
King Kong --
Newsreel --
Myrna Loy in real life --
Clint Eastwood and the perfect smile --
Dead Steve McQueen --
On the ceilings of these old theaters, the clouds moved and the stars stayed still --
How it ends --
F train: November morning --
D train F line Shazam --
What is availabale, what is permitted what is mandatory --
Acqua Arzente --
A ladder in Olympia --
Letter in Hacibektas --
Post card from Youngstown --
Where to eat in Goderich,"the prettiest town in Canada" --
Minnesota farmers blame bad crop on Jews --
Operation Welcome home, later that day --
Flatbush and Fulton: dusk --
F train morning diary --
John the printer --
Someone from around here --
A nature poem --
Kathy I love you Jerry 1-4-83 --
For Julian's --
At dinner with the pure --
Left lens --
Bushwick and Menahan: the center of all beauty --
9-5-85, 6:00, 81̊ --
The editors editing --
Half in earnest --
Into a punchline --
The dream that you work there again --
Strategy --
Unless you are a horse --
I'm just --
Passengers in need of assistance --
Water, for my father --
My father is dead. we return my mother to her house in another state --
Door screen door storm door --
Marty and Lenny --
Wambsganss and Grimes --
The festive head --
January 18th: bedford and carmine --
Harold in midtown --
A sign reading "bump" followed by a sign reading hill-almost to Grindstone city --
Late March on the botanic garden --
Harvey calls --
Whimsy hit by truck --
New driver --
The crumble-brain cafe --
November, stay calm --
Bleecker and carmine: walk to work.
Responsibility: by Robert Hershon.

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