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Poetry Charting – 2007

1. Jamie Kazay – “I Disappear”
2. Jamie Kazay – “The Eighty-Eighth Room”
3. Jamie Kazay – “The Shape of Things”
4. Jamie Kazay – “Thesaurus Sonnet”
5. Jamie Kazay – “A Lesson on TakeOut”
6. Adrianne Marcus – “Replacing”
7. Alison Eastley – “The Woman with the Thick Black Luxurious Mustache”
8. Shisa Poet – “Short Poem in Praise”
9. Shisa Poet – “Playgirl Pictures They Are Not”
10. Shisa Poet – “Sin at the Gym”
11. Alex Stolis – “The River”
12. Alex Stolis – “Oyster Catcher”
13. Alex Stolis – “Vernal Equinox”
14. Beth Kilbane – “Scrambled Eggs for Dinner” (*1-14 from Wicked Alice, Winter 2007)
15. Peter Waldor – “And As For Music”
16. Peter Waldor – “Cart at Night”
17. Peter Waldor – “Dancer”
18. Traci Brimhall – “Marney”
19. Traci Brimhall – “Missing”
20. Jeffrey Calhoun – “Sandman finds sanctuary”
21. Jeffrey Calhoun – “Sandman stumbles upon a crime scene”
22. William Jay – “Nuit Blanche”
23. William Jay – “There Are No Heroes Here”
24. Michaela Kahn – “Below”
25. Michaela Kahn – “The City Forgets”
26. Ellen Kombiyil – “Georgia”
27. Ellen Kombiyil – “The Matador’s Daughter”
28. Marie-Elizabeth Mali – “Like a Book”
29. Marie-Elizabeth Mali – “Walking in Winter”
30. Anne Dyer Stuart – “[envy is a nude door]”
31. Anne Dyer Stuart – “October”
32. Jeff Stumpo – “Quantum Canine”
33. Jeff Stumpo – “While You’re Gone”
34. Sally Van Doren – “Bagged”
35. Sally Van Doren – “Girlhood” (*15-35 from 2River View 11.2)
36. Frank De Canio – “Winter Harvest”
37. Frank De Canio – “String Theory”
38. Ellen Fuchs – “Depression”
39. Qevyn Gibson – “Sleep Instead of Dream”
40. Tom Harmon – “Grace Returned”
41. Mike Keshigian – “Afternoon Barbecue”
42. Mike Keshigian – “Conception”
43. Mike Keshigian – “Winter Moon”
44. Sean Lause – “An Elderly Jewish Man Confronting Alzheimer’s”
45. Pete Lee – “The Diesel Mechanic”
46. Pete Lee – “Given”
47. Edward Nudelman – “Providence Brick”
48. John Sweet – “Buzz”
49. John Sweet – “The Difference”
50. John Sweet – “In This Field of Broken Glass Where the Horses Are Being Starved”
51. Christopher Woods – “The Old House, Moving Day” (*36-51 from Thick With Conviction, Jan 2007)
52. Zbigniew Herbert – “Kant. Last Days”
53. Zbigniew Herbert – “The Last Attack. To Klaus”
54. Zbigniew Herbert – “Mr. Cogito and the Little Creature”
55. Zbigniew Herbert – “Stuck in the Mind”
56. Zbigniew Herbert – “The Cat Sat on the Mat. In Defense of Illiteracy”
57. Zbigniew Herbert – “Mr. Cogito. A Calligraphy Lesson”
58. Zbigniew Herbert – “Portrait of the Fin de Siecle”
59. Rhoda Janzen – “Ornesby Psalter”
60. Rhoda Janzen – “Whisk”
61. Rhoda Janzen – “Strongly Scented Sonnet”
62. Carl Dennis – “Birthday”
63. Medbh McGuckian – “Notice”
64. Medbh McGuckian – “The Good Wife Taught Her Daughter”
65. H.L. Hix – “If a Babylonian astronomical diary…”
66. H.L. Hix – “If the maple…”
67. Harry Clifton – “Oweniny, Upper Reaches”
68. Theodore Worozbyt – “From Aphorisms, I-XV”
69. Eleanor Wilner – “‘Wreck’ and ‘Rise Above'”
70. Eleanor Wilner – “Thinking about Unamuno’s San Manuel Bueno, Martir”
71. Eleanor Wilner – “History as Crescent Moon”
72. Atsuro Riley – “The Roses”
73. Jacques Reda – “Return from the Ball”
74. Nance Van Winckel – “Nest”
75. Todd Hearon – “After the President’s Speech, You Dream of Corpses” (*52-75 from Poetry Magazine, Jan 2007)+
76. Ashraf Osman – “The Coming”
77. Ashraf Osman – “Tired”
78. Ashraf Osman – “Tell Me”
79. Ashraf Osman – “The Smallness of Life”
80. Ashraf Osman – “Sandwiched”
81. Ashraf Osman – “Geography Lessons”
82. Ashraf Osman – “Frames”
83. Ashraf Osman – “Vacancies”
84. Ashraf Osman – “Nudity”
85. Ashraf Osman – “Hunger”
86. Ashraf Osman – “Reasons”
87. Ashraf Osman – “Looking Through Your Eyes”
88. Ashraf Osman – “Sentences”
89. Ashraf Osman – “The Worst Is Yet to Come”
90. Ashraf Osman – “What If” (*#76-90 from Ashraf’s blog)
91. Mike Alexander – “Taste of Texas”
92. Mark Allinson – “Survivor”
93. Kate Bernadette Benedict – “Downtown”
94. Michael Cantor – “Life in the Second Circle”
95. Michael Cantor – “Lament”
96. Michael Cantor – “Sketches from Florida”
97. Robert Clawson – “Grappling”
98. Robert Clawson – “Sigmoidoscopy”
99. Brent Fisk – “Matriarch of Springwater Flats”
100. Angela France – “A Pederast Speaks of Home”
101. Dennis Greene – “Alfred Cove”
102. Dennis Greene – “The Memory of Trees”
103. Dennis Greene – “One Tree Bridge”
104. Nigel Holt – “The Costa Wasta”
105. Nigel Holt – “The Tourist’s Progress”
106. Jan Iwaszkiewicz – “The Cusp”
107. Rose Kelleher – “Mortimer”
108. Janet Kenny – “Transcience”
109. Jee Leong Koh – “If the Fire Is In Your Apartment”
110. David Landrum – “Midwest Light”
111. Dave McClure – “Nightfall in the Souk”
112. Dave McClure – “Measure Me”
113. Kei Miller – “You say bomboclawt softly”
114. Tim Murphy – “Bull Rider”
115. Tim Murphy – “Opening Day”
116. Thomas Rodes – “Anxious Neighbors”
117. C.D. Russell – “Forestal Succession”
118. Patricia Sims – “Play House”
119. Patricia Sims – “Muddle East”
120. Paul Stevens – “Fettling”
121. Wendy Videlock – “Is About:”
122. Wendy Videlock – “Riverside”
123. Tony Williams – “The House at Crowholes”
124. Tony Williams – “The Lame Dog at Monyash”
125. Donald Zirilli – “The Poet Who Hates Birds” (*91-125 from Shit Creek Review #2)
126. Leah Maines – “Mourning Sickness” (from her website)
127. Elizabeth Barrett Browning – “Sonnet 15”
128. Elizabeth Barrett Browning – “Sonnet 12”
129. Elizabeth Barrett Browning – “Sonnet 13”
130. Elizabeth Barrett Browning – “Sonnet 29”
131. e.e. cummings – “because i love you)last night”
132. e.e. cummings – “i am a little church (no great cathedral)”
133. e.e. cummings – “i carry your heart”
134. Carol Ann Duffy – “Valentine”
135. Denise Duhamel – “Yes”
136. Louise Gluck – “Love Poem”
137. Louise Gluck – “The Wish”
138. Langston Hughes – “Juke Box Love Song”
139. Langston Hughes – “A Quiet Girl”
140. Donald Justice – “Love’s Stratagems”
141. Donald Justice – “A Map of Love”
142. Yusef Komunyakaa – “My Father’s Love Letter”
143. Galway Kinnell – “After Making Love We Hear Footsteps”
144. Galway Kinnell – “The Cellist”
145. Thomas Lux – “A Kiss”
146. Edna St. Vincent Millay – “And do you think that love itself”
147. Edna St. Vincent Millay – “I know I am but summer to your heart”
148. Edna St. Vincent Millay – “Love is not all”
149. Sharon Olds – “Topography”
150. Frank O’Hara – “My Heart”
151. Dorothy Parker – “The New Love”
152. Pablo Neruda – “I crave your mouth”
153. Pablo Neruda – “Morning”
154. Pablo Neruda – “The Light Wraps You”
155. Pablo Neruda – “I do not love you”
156. Robert Herrick – “To Julia”
157. Anne Sexton – “The Kiss”
158. Dylan Thomas – “On a Wedding Anniversary”
159. William Carlos Williams – “April is the Saddest Month”
160. William Carlos Williams – “Love Song”
161. WB Yeats – “A Drinking Song”
162. Emily Dickinson – “If you were coming” (*127-162 at Plagiarist)
163. Linda Pastan – “Ethics” (from this website)
164. Major Jackson – “Indian Song”
165. Major Jackson – “Urban Renewal” (from this website)
166. Major Jackson – “How to Listen” (from Poetry180)
167. Frank Bidart – “Ellen West”
168. Frank Bidart – “Herbert White”
169. Frank Bidart – “Adolescence”
170. Frank Bidart – “By These Waters”
171. Frank Bidart – “California Plush”
172. Frank Bidart – “Homo Faber” (*169-172 at Plagiarist)
173. Marie Howe – “What the Living Do” (from this website)
174. Marie Howe – “How Many Times”
175. Marie Howe – “Gretel, from a Sudden Clearing”
176. Marie Howe – “How Some of It Happened”
177. Marie Howe – “Prayer”
178. Marie Howe – “What the Angels left” (*174-178 from various websites)
179. Galway Kinnell – “Ines on Vacation”
180. Galway Kinnell – “Promissory Note”
181. Galway Kinnell – “Walnut”
182. Galway Kinnell – “Pulling a Nail”
183. Sarah Gorham – “This or That”
184. Sarah Gorham – “Your Retirement, Not Mine”
185. Sarah Gorham – “Red Mulberry”
186. Taha Muhammad Ali – “The Bell at Forty”
187. Taha Muhammad Ali – “Fellah”
188. Taha Muhammad Ali – “Michelle”
189. Taha Muhammad Ali – “Nothing More”
190. Taha Muhammad Ali – “Tea and Sleep”
191. Johann Hjalmarsson – from “Easter in a West Fjord”
192. Johann Hjalmarsson – “Another Frivolous Year”
193. Johann Hjalmarsson – “Two Words”
194. Johann Hjalmarsson – “Fish”
195. Johann Hjalmarsson – from “Daybook from Umsvali”
196. Joan Murray – “Rear View Mirror”
197. Ross Gay – “Bringing the Shovel Down”
198. Ross Gay – “Two Bikers Embrace on Broad Street”
199. David Roderick – “How I Learned Not to Speak”
200. Maxine Kumin – “Mulching”
201. Maxine Kumin – “Revisionist History: The British Uganda Program of 1903”
202. Ira Sadoff – “Blue Catamarans”
203. Ira Sadoff – “The Numbness”
204. Ira Sadoff – “In Madrid”
205. Stanley Plumly – “Paraphrase of the Parable of the Prodigal Son”
206. John Yau – “Postcard without Image”
207. John Yau – “Portrait with Still Life”
208. Terese Svoboda – “Apprehend Us”
209. Terese Svoboda – “A Bag, Moving Slightly, in Black and White”
210. Terese Svoboda – “An Old War”
211. Randall Potts – “Nest”
212. Randall Potts – “Upstairs, the Madness Goes On” (*179-212 from American Poetry Review, 35.5)
213. Justin Barret – “Where have you gone, Jack Kevorkian?”
214. Yehuda Amichai – “Inside the Apple” (text can be found here)
215. Richard Brautigan – “All Watched Over by Machines of Loving Grace” (here)
216. Ross Gay – “Cousin Drowses on the Flight to Kuwait”
217. Ross Gay – “Unclean. Make Me.”
218. Ross Gay – “How to Fall in Love With Your Father”
219. Ross Gay – “Dying is an Art.”
220. Ross Gay – “Man Attempts to Commit Suicide with A Crossbow” (*216-220 at From the Fishouse)
221. Karen Schubert – “Wisconsin”
222. Sean Lovelace – “Abby #14”
223. Jenny Steele – “Omar Sibelius”
224. Rosa Salazar – “Chaplet of Mercy”
225. Rosa Salazar – “Tio Leandro…”
226. Rosa Salazar – “Another Side to Despair”
227. Ona Gritz – “After the Ultrasound”
228. Ona Gritz – “Mr. Rogers”
229. Ona Gritz – “The Summer She Ran Away”
230. Brian Gilmore – “purple rain”
231. Anna Evans – “March, the Deceiver”
232. Anna Evans – “Still Life with Snuff Box”
233. Anna Evans – “Men and Wives”
234. Adam Tavel – “Returning”
235. Mary MacGowan – “Flamingos in Atacama”
236. James Cihlar – “After the Circus”
237. James Cihlar – “Her Treasures”
238. James Cihlar – “The Last Street in Omaha”
239. Simon Perchik – “He says nothing like that…”
240. Simon Perchik – “As every midwife and the Earth is bent…”
241. Simon Perchik – “These combines even taxi in formation…”
242. Raymond Wachter – “After You Cheated on Me”
243. Raymond Wachter – “What’s Here and What’s Not”
244. Shaindel Beers – “Belonging”
245. Shaindel Beers – “My Love, A Partial Explanation”
246. Diane Tucker – “Speeding North: Vancouver”
247. Bob Bradshaw – “Feng Shui”
248. Gina Marie Mammano V – “Wedding Day”
249. Sandy McIntosh – “The Shop Across the Street”
250. Terrance Wedin – “Ending It Before It Began”
251. Anca Vlasopolos – “Japan–Inland See”
252. Anca Vlasopolos – “On Lynn Shaler’s Etching, ‘The Woman in White'”
253. Anca Vlasopolos – “A World, Hers”
254. Edward Byrne – “Island Fever”
255. Edward Byrne – “Southern Islands”
256. Christine Vovakes – “Between Seasons” (*221-256 from Apple Valley Review 2.1)
257. Marie Howe – “What the Living Do”
258. Marie Howe – “What the Angels Left”
259. Marie Howe – “How Some of It Happened”
260. Marie Howe – “Gretel, from a Sudden Clearing”
261. Marie Howe – “How Many Times”
262. Marie Howe – “Prayer” (*257-262 from various websites)
263. Claudia Keelan – “Everybody’s Autobiography”
264. Tomaz Salamun – “Now Karen and Richard’s House”
265. Tomaz Salamun – “Nice Hat. Thanks.”
266. Marianne Boruch – “O Gods of Smallest Clarity”
267. Carl Martin – “Ballad of Veronica Toast”
268. Carl Martin – “And Who Will Remember”
269. Carl Martin – “Induction, Finite Assertion & the Picaresque”
270. Carl Martin – “The Empire of Now”
271. Mary Kinzie – “Like a Furnace”
272. Jack Israel – “The Morning”
273. Jack Israel – “the beth”
274. Jack Israel – “Sympathetic Imagination”
275. Peter Waldor – “Perfect Islamic Bliss”
276. Peter Waldor – “A New Religion”
277. Peter Waldor – “Insurance Man”
278. Peter Waldor – “Straits”
279. Peter Waldor – “Blue Bells”
280. Peter Waldor – “New Moon”
281. Peter Waldor – “Moloch and Jesus”
282. Marvin Bell – “I Didn’t Sleep”
283. Marvin Bell – “The Campus in Wartime”
284. Marvin Bell – “Fifteen Minutes”
285. Marvin Bell – “Assisted Living Quarters”
286. Marvin Bell – “Doo-Wop”
287. Marvin Bell – “Cable News Night”
288. Marvin Bell – “Slice of Life”
289. Marvin Bell – “The Difference”
290. Joanne Dwyer – “Harem”
291. Joanne Dwyer – “Late Night Confessions”
292. Maxine Scates – “The Giants”
293. Maxine Scates – “Following” (*263-293 from APR 36.1)
294. Marc Smith – “Underdog”
295. Autumn Konopka – “Brotherly Love”
296. Autumn Konopka – “Stephens, with a ‘ph'”
297. Tony Hoagland – “I Have News for You”
298. Tony Hoagland – “Description”
299. Tony Hoagland – “Visitation”
300. Tony Hoagland – “In Praise of Their Divorce”
301. Tony Hoagland – “Love”
302. Tony Hoagland – “Hinge”
303. Tony Hoagland – “Expensive Hotel”
304. Tony Hoagland – “Forty Year Old Wine”
305. Tony Hoagland – “Lost Keys”
306. Tony Hoagland – “The Situation”
307. Tony Hoagland – “Nature”
308. Edward Hirsch – “A New Theology”
309. Edward Hirsch – “I Wish I Could Paint You”
310. Edward Hirsch – “Man Without a Face”
311. Edward Hirsch – “Playing the Odds”
312. Edward Hirsch – “To My Shadow”
313. Edward Hirsch – “After a Long Insomniac Night”
314. Edward Hirsch – “Cotton Candy”
315. Dara Wier – “Cypress, Dateless”
316. Dara Wier – “The Investigation”
317. Dara Wier – “Sand Against the Wind”
318. Dara Wier – “After You Walked Through Your Own Shadow”
319. Dara Wier – “The Last Was a Very Good River”
320. Dara Wier – “Watchful Eyes”
321. Dara Wier – “Epitaphic”
322. Dara Wier – “Afternoon in the Undercurrents”
323. Dara Wier – “Faithful”
324. Ellen Bass – “God’s Grief”
325. Ellen Bass – “Sad Bitch”
326. Ellen Bass – “Poem Not For My Son”
327. Alicia Ostriker – “Approaching Seventy”
328. Alicia Ostriker – “Thrush”
329. Eavan Boland – “Domestic Violence”
330. Norman Dubie – “A Gritty Motion Picture Valentine, Denveer, 1929”
331. Norman Dubie – “The Calamitous Dress Harlequin”
332. Norman Dubie – “The Sentimentalists”
333. Norman Dubie – “Brahma”
334. Norman Dubie – “Winter Rains off Pointe du Hoc”
335. Norman Dubie – “At Sunset”
336. Norman Dubie – “George Herbert”
337. Norman Dubie – “Poem in Praise of the Pacifist Abigail”
338. Norman Dubie – “The Last Gold Raptors of Soma”
339. Darren Morris – “Accompanist for Florence Foster Jenkins”
340. Darren Morris – “Firefly”
341. Darren Morris – “Permanence”
342. Anne Marie Macari – “Earth Elegy”
343. Anne Marie Macari – “Praying Mantis”
344. Anne Marie Macari – “Steller’s Sea Cow”
345. Rhoda Schwartz – “Returning” (*297-345 from APR 36.2)
346. Arlene Ang – “Dear Dog/God”
347. Michelle Bitting – “Reasons to Quit”
348. CL Bledsoe – “Tea”
349. CL Bledsoe – “The Woman in the Other Bed”
350. Mark DeCarteret – “defier”
351. Amanda Laughtland – “Don’t Rob the Cradle”
352. Duane Locke – “Al Fresco Cafe Poems #65”
353. Alison Shaffer – “body politic”
354. Shellie Zacharia – “Go” (*346-354 from 21 Stars Review, issue 4)
355. Yusef Komunyakaa – from “The Autobiography of My Alter Ego”
356. Cynthia Cruz – “Praying”
357. Cynthia Cruz – “Siberia”
358. Cynthia Cruz – “The Cinema Room”
359. Cynthia Cruz – “Theater of War”
360. Mark Doty – “Theory of the Sublime”
361. Laura Kasischke – “Lung”
362. Sarah Maclay – “Leaves”
363. Sarah Maclay – “The Vehicle”
364. Stanley Moss – “El Sol”
365. Stanley Moss – “The Wild Dogs of San Miguel de Allende”
366. Stanley Moss – “Grace”
367. Stanley Moss – “Autumn”
368. Stanley Moss – “The Cellist”
369. Kazim Ali – “Horizon”
370. Kazim Ali – “Four O’Clock”
371. Kazim Ali – “Vase”
372. Dean Young – “Triage”
373. Dean Young – “Leaves in a Drained Swimming Pool”
374. Dean Young – “Psalm”
375. Dean Young – “Complete Poems”
376. Paul Nouge – from “The Art of Using What’s Left”
377. Paul Nouge – “Presence”
378. Paul Nouge – “Parallel Hands”
379. Paul Nouge – “The War”
380. Paul Nouge – “Untitled (In a dark room…)”
381. Paul Nouge – “Untitled (White everywhere)”
382. Paul Nouge – “The Ballad of Marie M.”
383. Paul Nuoge – “Untitled (All his girls make love…)”
384. Paul Nouge – from “Baudelaire’s Turn to Speak: The Gallant Sharpshooter”
385. Paul Nouge – “Outline of a Hymn to Martha Beauvoisin”
386. Ashley Capps – “Encore”
387. Ashley Capps – “Black Ice”
388. Ashley Capps – “Inside Facts” (*355-388 from APR 35.6)
389. Kristy Bowen – “Open Letter to the Muse”
390. Elizabeth Bruno – “She Wishes for a Vineyard”
391. Alexandra Dreyzin – “Evening Songs”
392. Michael Gushue – “Why Are There So Many Questions?”
393. Maureen McHugh – “Deus Otiosus” (*389-393 from Stirring 9.4)
394. Elizabeth Bruno – “Cleaning House, Winter 2006”
395. Robert Gibbons – “Lightening the Load, Hans in Luck”
396. Maureen McHugh – “On my newest best friend and when you finally called”
397. Maurice Oliver – “A Reoccurring Dream, Swallowing Trees”
398. Lindsay Walker – “The Trophy Wife” (*394-398 from Stirring 9.3)
399. Mary Biddinger – “Saint Monica of the Gauze”
400. Anne Heide – “from Wiving
401. Jeannine Hall Gailey – “She Likes to Pull Things Apart”
402. Meghan Curley – “Prophecy for the Little Girl Staring at Me Over the Top of Her Seat on the 2:09 Train to Long Beach”
403. Cherie Caswell Dost – “Alice in Love”
404. Amanda Leigh Lichtenstein – “Let’s Isolate and Make a Baby”
405. Amanda Leigh Lichtenstein – “How Slow”
406. Amanda Leigh Lichtenstein – “The Other Side”
407. Amanda Leigh Lichtenstein – “Men, Return to Your Waiting Wives!”
408. Amanda Leigh Lichtenstein – “Goat Shadows”
409. Daniela Olszewka – “Third Nipple Removal”
410. Daniela Olszewka – “Cardigans”
411. Daniela Olszewka – “Out of the Frying Pan”
412. Daniela Olszewka – “Introducing: Things”
413. Daniela Olszewka – “Special Opps”
414. Lightsey Darst – “Storm”
415. Lightsey Darst – “Barn Bluff”
416. Lightsey Darst – “Mapping”
417. Jennifer Diskin – “A Manicure for Undertraveled Hitchhikers in Need of Fools to Do the Dishes”
418. Jennifer Diskin – “Memorial Day for Mice”
419. Jennifer Diskin – “Blue Dot Tattoos Versus Tinkerbell Fairies”
420. Jennifer Diskin – “No Bedroom Monet”
421. Jennifer Diskin – “I May”
422. Juliet Cook – “Shrine #1 (Pig Box)”
423. Juliet Cook – “Shrine #2 (Doll Head)”
424. Juliet Cook – “Shrine #3 (Poison Jar)”
425. Kathrine L. Wright – “Which beginning do you want?”
426. Kathrine L. Wright – “Because insects fly when they fuck”
427. Kathrine L. Wright – “‘And a Star or Two Beside'” (*399-427 from Wicked Alice, Spring 2007)
428. Jeffrey Alfier – “Last Words to an Old Miner Leaving Albuquerque”
429. Jon Ballard – “Trees Make You Think of Other Things”
430. Pris Campbell – “Undertow”
431. Heather Green – “Valentine’s Day at the SF MOMA, Again”
432. Rachel Eliza Griffiths – “Wake for Memory”
433. Jee Leong Koh – “Hungry Ghosts”
434. Ted McCarthy – “Lines with a Latin Dictionary”
435. Rhonda Mino-Melanson – “Memories and Condolences”
436. Tolu Ogunlesi – “On Reading ‘A Wedding in Hell’ by Charles Simic”
437. Doug Ramspeck – “Oneiromancy”
438. Sam Rasnake – “This is not my testament”
439. Yun Wang – “Space Journal: Day Dreams”
440. Joe WIlkins – “North Carolina by Greyhound: First Christmas after the Funeral” (*428-440 from Boxcar Poetry Review May 2007)
441. Mary Alexandra Agner – “Mercedes”
442. Cynthia Arrieu-King – “White Suitcase”
443. Michelle Bitting – “4 Sentenced for Smashing Bluebird Houses”
444. Marco A. Dominguez – “The Death of Head and Leg”
445. Theresa Edwards – “Back Seat 1965 Forward, Back”
446. Jeremy Heartberg – “Seven”
447. Lilah Hegnauer – “Her Camisoles”
448. Jerry D. Mathes II – “Almost First Light In Autumn: Atlas Mountains”
449. Kristine Ong Muslim – “Antiprayer, 2”
450. William Neumire – “An Immortal in Therapy”
451. Sarah Sloat – “Hive”
452. Karen Weyant – “Why Men in Factories Should Never Write Love Stories” (*441-452 from Boxcar Poetry Review July 2007)
453. Heather Overby – “‘Shut up’ he explains”
454. Heather Overby – “1979 – A Trailer Park Snaps”
455. Heather Overby – “Here Lies Nicole Kidman”
456. Heather Overby – “The Defenestration of Juliette Lewis”
457. Julie Strand – “Noire”
458. Julie Strand – “Eggplant”
459. Julie Strand – “In the end it is the familiar that seeks us”
460. Michelle Morgan – “Our Lady of Shoes”
461. Michelle Morgan – “Last Year’s Wishes”
462. Edward Smallfield & Miriam Pirone – “insomnia”
463. Edward Smallfield & Miriam Pirone – “After the suppression of language”
464. Aliza Einhorn – “Love”
465. Aliza Einhorn – “For a Friend Leaving the Mid-West”
466. Aliza Einhorn – “Chinese Restaurants”
467. Valerie Loveland – “Anatomy Test, Eleventh Grade”
468. Lisa Cihlar – “Drive-up Motels”
469. June Coleman Magrab – “Carnivores”
470. Antonella Anedda – “1998” (trans. by Adam Elgar)
471. Kelly Boyker – “Hobbled”
472. Kelly Boyker – “Washing the Body”
473. Kelly Boyker – “Meat Products”
474. Vasiliki Katasarou – “America”
475. Vasiliki Katasarou – “Portmanteau”
476. Vasiliki Katasarou – “Madonna Lachrymae”
477. Vasiliki Katasarou – “Loop”
478. J. Elyse Kihlstrom – “Hospitality”
479. J. Elyse Kihlstrom – “Bound”
480. J. Elyse Kihlstrom – “Fish Wife”
481. Ray Succre – “Appending Fay” (*453-481 from Wicked Alice Summer 2007)
482. Jeffrey Calhoun – “On a minor miracle I barely remember”
482. Antonia Clark – “Upstate”
483. Nancy Devine – “Messiah Auditions Sunday”
484. Michelle A. Ladwig – “Realization #7” (*482-484 from Stirring 9.5, May 2007)
485. Neil Aitken – “Elegy for Grey”
486. Antonia Clark – “Marseilles”
487. Nancy Devine – “Kingdom”
488. Willie Lin – “Martha Graham: Letter to the World” (*485-488 from Stirring 9.6, June 2007)
489. Willie Lin – “Wooden Nickel Buffalo Farm”
490. Sally Molini – “Balcony Scene”
491. Cheryl Snell – “Eating Beauty”
492. S. Thomas Summers – “Stretching Through the Grass”
493. Jessalyn Wakefield – “shell & animal”
494. William S. Webster – “So in Conclusion” (*489-494 from Stirring 9.7, July 2007)
495. John Amen – “Dark Zen”
496. Hannah Craig – “The Fox Prince Courts the Gardener’s Eldest Daughter”
497. Michelle A. Ladwig – “Leslie Caron’s Alter Ego”
498. Dennis Mahagin – “Tripping with Weathermen”
499. Jessalyn Wakefield – “chestnut”(*495-499 from Stirring 9.8, August 2007)
500. Charles Simic – “Fork”
501. Charles Simic – “Errata”
502. Charles Simic – “To the One Upstairs”
503. Charles Simic – “This Morning”
504. Charles Simic – “Against Winter”
505. Charles Simic – “A Book Full of Pictures”
506. Philip Brady – “Carmel”
507. Therese L. Broderick – “Pandora”
508. Therese L. Broderick – “These Seven Years”
509. Ryan Collins – “Dear Davenport”
510. Ryan Collins – “Dear Rock Island”
511. Lydia R. Cooper – “A Bird Fell Out of Its Nest”
512. Lydia R. Cooper – “The Flame”
513. Michael A. Flanagan – “late”
514. Michael A. Flanagan – “the woman outside my window”
515. Nancy A. Henry – “Mae”
516. Nancy A. Henry – “Valedictory, 1977”
517. Kathryn Kirkpatrick – “Artemis”
518. Kathryn Kirkpatrick – “Changing Woman”
519. Laura McCullough – “A Dirty Poem About Oral Sex”
520. Laura McCullough – “Statistics & Grace”
521. Karen Bingham Pape – “Every day things”
522. Karen Bingham Pape – “Midnight Souls”
523. Petre Stoica – “insomnia”
524. Petre Stoica – “the dead of this house”
525. Sally van Doren – “All, Free, Clear”
526. Sally van Doren – “Fight” (*506-526 from 2River View 11.4)
527. Robert Bolick – “At the Bookstore Cafe”
528. Laurie Byro – “Miranda and Caliban”
529. Jeffrey Calhoun – “I’ll never regret how the pistol’s trigger felt”
530. Lacie Clark – “Little Observer”
531. Laurel K. Dodge – “No Place Like”
532. Guy Kettelhack – “The Worst of One’s Bewilderment”
533. David LaBounty – “This is how it goes”
534. Duane Locke – “E-mail to Damniso Lopez (Bookkeeping)”
535. Corey Mesler – “How Language Lets Us Down”
536. Cynthia Neely – “And This Remains” (*527-536 from Autumn Sky Poetry #4)
537. Mary Alexandra Agner – “The Shield of Thetis”
538. Michael Baker – “Tuesdays in New Jersey”
539. Antonia Clark – “Hush”
540. Theresa Edwards – “Clinic”
541. Doran Khamis – “While We Stay In”
542. J. Rod Pannek – “Journal Notes on Birth”
543. Kenneth Pobo – “Attacking a Boxwood”
544. JR Salling – “Pontification”
545. Larina Warnock – “Long Drive to Portland”
546. Kelley J. White – “I knew I’d lost you” (*537-546 from Autumn Sky Poetry #6)
547. Anne Sexton – “The Double Image”
548. Anne Sexton – “For John, Who Begs Me Not To Enquire Further”

4 thoughts on “Poetry Charting – 2007”

  1. Hey – thanks for including my poem, ‘Last Words to an Old Miner Leaving Albuquerque’ on your list. Good luck with your writing.

    Hold, keep the cool,
    J Alfier

  2. Hey – thanks for including my poem, ‘Last Words to an Old Miner Leaving Albuquerque’ on your list. Good luck with your writing.

    Hold, keep the cool,
    J Alfier

  3. Hi, Rachael,

    Just wondering what your list is all about????? My poem, “Back Seat 1965, Forward Back, is on it.

    Thanks,
    Theresa Edwards

  4. Hi, Rachael,

    Just wondering what your list is all about????? My poem, “Back Seat 1965, Forward Back, is on it.

    Thanks,
    Theresa Edwards

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