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Iridium & selected poems 1986-2009

Author: Suzanne Gardinier
Publisher: Riverdale-on-Hudson, N.Y. : Sheep Meadow Press, ©2010.
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Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Suzanne Gardinier
ISBN: 1931357846 9781931357845
OCLC Number: 658813690
Description: 185 pages ; 21 x 23 cm
Contents: Machine generated contents note: Iridium --
1. Kiln --
2. Night Journey --
3. Dancer --
4. Last Night --
5. Chariot --
6. Iridium --
7. Jerusalem --
Selected Poems 1986 --
2009 --
Voyage --
The Stones --
Letter to My Mother --
This Land --
The International Meteorological Committee Reports --
Harmonica --
Tonight --
Two Girls --
from the New World --
To the City of Fire / If I forget you let my sleep dwindle --
To Peace / When will you come The days are long the nights --
Refugees / Every night she dreams of departure --
Blues / Come here baby wrap your arms around --
Incidents in the Life of a Slave Girl / Although it stands between the kidnappers --
Where Blind Sorrow Is Taught To See / Rain shines black where the red-and-white-light-laced --
To Peace / Peace I have feared you hated you scuffed dirt --
Incidents in the Life of a Slave Girl / Dear Amy At last a moment I miss --
To the City of Fire / Here is soot Today it is all I have --
At School / Excuse me the teacher says Where arc you going --
Incidents in the Life of a Slave Girl / Tonight I woke again afraid --
The Ghost of Santo Domingo / That the earth may shelter and sustain us --
To Peace / Why should you come to meet me your most --
At Work / You so sleepy baby Who you been --
Leviathan / Leviathan scarify and scour --
Blues / You tell me no trouble's on your trail --
Where Blind Sorrow Is Taught To See / Before you I walked with my hands in my pockets --
Democracy / You bought new clothes You thought it was finished --
To the City of Fire / All along there have been places where I --
To Peace / I have called you names I cannot repeat here --
Incidents in the Life of a Slave Girl / June 1867 Dear Amy --
Where Blind Sorrow Is Taught To See / Near where I lived there was a fenced schoolyard --
from Dialogue with the Archipelago --
Overture --
Dialogue 1 Quarrel --
Dialogue 2 First face --
Dialogue 3 Second face --
Dialogue 7 Eve in the garden --
Dialogue 8 Adam dancing --
Dialogue 12 Third quarrel interrupted by laughter --
Dialogue 17 At the war college in the morning --
Dialogue 18 Field trip --
Dialogue 19 In the museum --
Dialogue 20 Chickens --
Dialogue 21 The reunion --
Dialogue 28 Palimpsest --
Dialogue 29 Metacomet --
Dialogue 34 The odd man --
Dialogue 42 Fire Island --
Dialogue 43 Plan --
Dialogue 44 Feast --
Dialogue 55 To be continued --
Dialogue 58 The homecoming --
Dialogue 60 Testimony of Pericles --
Dialogue 64 Unopened letter --
Dialogue 65 Majnun --
Dialogue 82 On the train --
Dialogue 87 Four hunger songs --
Dialogue 88 The chaplain's letter from Saigon to Minneapolis --
Dialogue 91 Smoke and rain --
Dialogue 95 Letter from Helen to the Spartans --
Dialogue 96 Third face --
Dialogue 99 Bridge checkpoint --
Dialogue 100 One more question --
Dialogue 101 What the people without weapons sang in the Plaza de las Tres Culturas before the gates were closed --
Persephone's prayer --
Borrowed postlude --
from Today: 101 Ghazals --
1.I can hear you but I can't see you --
2. Are you listening I'm whispering tonight --
3. The moon coming up in early September --
4. Your eyes are still closed but they move You're dreaming --
6. In a dream In a room that doesn't exist --
9.I've lost my shoes Have you seen them --
11. Put your finger to my lips will you --
15. Zukkar to azucar Did an oud cross the strait --
16. Do you remember what you told me --
19. Irish tea from Assam and Kericho --
20. The gatekeeper fallen asleep The lock slipped --
23. The claw of a crab The sweet flesh near the elbow --
30. Twitching in sleep Reaching for you --
39. When they meet in the lion's den Jasmine and cedar --
45. Wasn't that your cheek against mine last night --
47. You left a few souvenirs last night --
74. How have I come to this strange place --
80. How her footsteps crossing blurred the borders --
81. Do I know your taste and the ache in your voice --
89. The vase of tower fragments and his mother's --
95. Take my hands before they forget --
99. Who found the dress she left on the sand --
101. Leaving the feast of your mouth in a dream.
Other Titles: Iridium and selected poems 1986-2009
Responsibility: Suzanne Gardinier.

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