poems gathered

from 2017-present, in the order that they originally appeared in my log.

In February of 2019, after noticing I had only posted 31 poems in over 500 entries, I decided to try posting one at the end of each log entry. Mostly I found these poems through my morning ritual of reading the poem of the day on poets.org, poetryfoundation.org, poems.com, and slowdownshow.org. Sometimes I found them on twitter. And sometimes I found them by looking up key words related to my mood, the date, or something I was paying attention to beside the gorge. Log entries with poems in them are tagged poem.

  1. Wish You Were Here/ Rachel Zucker
  2. O Autumn! Autumn!/ Effie Lee Newsome
  3. Can You Imagine?/ Mary Oliver
  4. What is it?/ Mary Oliver
  5. Crows/ Marilyn Nelson
  7. The Change/ Alicia Ostriker
  8. The Green Eye/James Merrill
  9. Answer in Green/Florence Dickinson Stern
  10. Green/ DH Lawrence
  11. Cottonwood/Kathy Fagan from Sycamore
  12. Surrender/Geraldine Connolly
  13. Long Live the Weeds/Theodore Roethke
  14. Summer Rain/John Waters
  15. Swimming in the Rain/ Chana Bloch
  16. Heavy Summer Rain/ Jane Kenyon
  17. Triad/ Adelaide Crapsey
  18. Who Has Seen the Wind/ Christina Rossetti
  19. The Ceiling/ Theodore Roethke
  20. The Chair/ Theodore Roethke
  21. Monologue for an Onion/ Suji Kwock Kim
  22. Tree at My Window/ Robert Frost
  23. Hymn to Life/ James Schuyler
  24. Spell to Practice Patience/ Ann V. DeVilbiss
  25. Speculations about “I”/ Toi Derricotte
  26. Kinds of Snow/ Su Smallen
  27. Snow-flakes/ Henry Wadsworth Longfellow
  28. Windows/ Randall Jarrell
  29. Keeping Quiet/ Pablo Neruda
  30. Often I Am Permitted to Return to a Meadow/ Robert Duncan and PF podcast about it
  31. Instructions on Not Giving Up/ Ada Limón
  32. Catalog of Unabashed Gratitude/ Ross Gay
  33. To the New Journal/ Susan Rich
  34. Winter Branches/ Margaret Widdemer
  35. February/ Jack Collom
  36. February/ Bill Christophersen
  37. Dear March — Come in — (1320)/ Emily Dickinson
  38. from The Black Maria/ Aracelis Girmay
  39. From a Window/ Christian Wiman
  40. Salt/ Huang Fan
  41. from Eucalyptus/ Linda Hogan
  42. The Way In/ Linda Hogan
  43. Seasons/ John Haag
  44. Footnotes/ John Haag
  45. Layers/ J. Laughlin
  46. Cell/ Naomi Cohn
  47. Listen/ Didi Jackson
  48. The Rainwalkers/ Denise Levertov
  49. Fog/ Carl Sandburg
  50. Abecedarian Requiring Further Examination of Anglikan Seraphym Subjugation of a Wild Indian Rezervation/ Natalie Diaz
  51. Sight/ W.S. Merwin
  52. Confessions of a Nature Lover/ Bob Hicok
  53. Body and Soul/ Sharon Bryan
  54. Before I got my eye put out — (336)/ Emily Dickinson
  55. Hearing Loss/ Noah Baldino
  56. Shedding Skin/ Harryette Mullen
  57. Out, Out–/ Robert Frost
  58. Are you sewing, Mom?/ Angeline Schellenberg
  59. Neighbor Sweeping His Porch/ Keith Leonard
  60. Dust of Snow/ Robert Frost
  61. Why Bother?/ Sean Thomas Dougherty
  62. Words are Birds/ Fransico X. Alarcón
  63. Holdfast/ Robun Beth Schaer
  64. Snow in April/ Lenora Speyer
  65. Bel Canto/ Jane Yeh
  66. Ballad in A/ Cathy Park Hong
  67. Inside Out/ Bill Take
  68. The Poet to the Reader/ James Laughlin
  69. In the Snow/ James Laughlin
  70. Little Bits of Paper: An Ars Poetic/James Laughlin
  71. Thinking of Frost/ Major Jackson
  72. The Longest Year/ James Laughlin
  73. homage to my hips/ Lucille Clifton
  74. Same Sun, Same Moon, Same River/ Neil Carpathios
  75. Weight/ Carolina Ebeid
  76. Drifting/ Aya Satoh
  77. The End and the Beginning/ Wis£awa Szymborska
  78. Wondrous/ Sarah Freligh
  79. Don’t You Wonder Sometimes/ Tracy K. Smith
  80. Anti-Elegy/ Cameron Akward-Rich
  81. Two Sewing/ Hazel Hall
  82. Another Poem About a Mountain/ Joseph Rios
  83. Life is Beautiful/ Dorianne Laux
  84. Summer Haibun/ Aimee Nezhukumatathil
  85. Forsythe Avenue/ Aimee Nezhukumatathil
  86. Manhattan/ Howard Horowitz
  87. Leg of Lamb/ Bernadette Mayer
  88. And the Old Man Speaks of Paradise: a Ghazal/ Wang Ping
  89. Winter Trees/ William Carlos Williams
  90. Haiku Journey/ Kimberly Blaeser
  91. Blue Octavo Haiku/ Rachel Wetzshteon
  92. Joy/ Miller Oberman
  93. Birds Punctuate the Days/ Joyce Clement
  94. I Don’t Know What You’re Called, I’ll Call You by Your Sounds/ Susan Landers
  95. Field Guide to the Chaparral/ Leah Naomi Green
  96. Emily and Walt/ Campbell McGrath
  97. Things to Do In The Kitchen/ Miriam Solan
  98. How to Get There/ Philip Levine
  99. Dewpoint Hygrometer Using a System of Primary Measurement/ Franklin W. Kirk and Nicholas R. Romboi
  100. this beginning may have always meant this end/ Camille T. Dungy
  101. So Many/ John Pluecker
  102. The Trees Delete Themselves/ Francis Ponge
  103. Beehive/ Jean Toomer
  104. Mending Wall/ Robert Frost
  105. The Prose Poem/ Campbell McGrath
  106. Swimming/ Sarah Arvio
  107. The Fish/ Elizabeth Bishop
  108. Breathe. As in. (shadow)/ Rosamond S. King
  109. Morningside Heights, July/ William Matthews
  110. Lakes Rivers Streams/ Michael Dickman
  111. A poem from Bao Phi
  112. At the Lake House/ Jon Loomis
  113. Summer/ Ronald Johnson
  114. Ah, Ah/ Joy Harjo
  115. Dart/ Alice Oswald
  116. Mosquito/ Myronn Hardy
  117. [mosquito at my ear]/ Kobayashi Issa
  118. 13 Lines about Walls/ Denise Duhamel & Maureen Seaton
  119. Lounging on the Couch on my 39th Birthday in Pink Flannel Donut Pajamas/ Julie Danho
  120. Song/ Lloyd Schwartz
  121. The Rules/ Leila Chatti
  122. Theory of Writing/ Souvankham Thammavongsa
  123. [For a few days: frost]/ Jehanne Dubrow
  124. No Apology: A Poemifesto/ Carmen Smith Giménez
  125. The Month of June: 13 1/2/ Sharon Olds
  126. Woman Waving to Trees/ Dorothea Tanning
  127. Preface from ‘swims’/ Elizabeth-Jane Burnett
  128. Breathing/ Mark O’Brien
  129. Our Valley/ Philip Levine
  130. Summer/ Carlo Betochhi
  131. Out of Water/ Marie Ponsot
  132. Songs of the Open Road, 3/ Walt Whitman
  133. Springing/ Marie Ponsot
  134. Achingly Beautiful How the Sky Blooms Under at the End of the Day, Through the Canopy/ Gabrielle Calvocoressi
  135. Poem Beginning with a Retweet/ Maggie Smith
  136. Sixteen Theses on Walking and Poetry/ Mátyás Dunajcsik
  137. Postscript/ Seamus Heaney
  138. A Kind of Meadow/ Carl Phillips
  139. The Runners/ Irving Feldman
  140. What Lights Up…?/ Keki Daruwalla
  141. “Babel”/ Kimberly Johnson
  142. Morning Swim/ Maxine Kumin
  143. Let us for a moment call this pain by other words/ Dominik Parisien
  144. The August Preoccupations/ Catherine Barnett
  145. Writing a Poem/ Shirley Geok-lin Lim
  146. Boy Crazy/ Carmen Giménez Smith
  147. Property/ Emily Hunt
  148. To a Poor Old Woman/ William Carlos Williams
  149. When I Am Asked/ Lisel Mueller
  150. Lake Water/ David Ferry
  151. The Voice of God/ Crystal Williams
  152. Water Picture/ May Swenson
  153. From Blossoms/ Li-Young Lee
  154. O, She Says/ Hailey Leithauser
  155. Halos/ Ed Bok Lee
  156. Seek/ Sophia Holtz
  157. Three Songs and the End of Summer/ Jane Kenyon
  158. Let’s Not Begin/ Maggie Smith
  159. Duplex (I Being with Love)/ Jericho Brown
  160. Be Water My Friend/ Bruce Lee
  161. Poplar Street/ Chen Chen
  162. And Swept All Visible Signs Away/ Carl Phillips
  163. When We Look Up/ Denise Levertov
  164. excerpt from The Gold Cell/ Sharon Olds
  165. Still Burning/ Gerald Stern
  166. Profit/Loss Statement/ Harlan Bjornstad
  167. Sorrow is Not My Name/ Ross Gay
  168. Saltern/ Emma Aylor
  169. Wild Geese/ Mary Oliver
  170. Lake Superior/ Lorine Niedecker
  171. Doppler Effect/ Arthur Sze
  172. Learning the Trees/ Howard Nemerov
  173. The Heat of Autumn/ Jane Hirshfield
  174. Beginning/ Claire Wahmanholm
  175. Almanac/ Claire Wahmanholm
  176. A Blank White Page/ Francisco Alarcón
  177. Nature Aria/ Yi Lei
  178. To the Light of September/ W.S. Merwin
  179. October/ May Swenson
  180. Rabbits and Fire/ Alberto Ríos
  181. Spring and Fall/ Gerard Manley Hopkins
  182. One Heart/ yi-young lee
  183. Nominal/ Ann Lauterbach
  184. Vow/ Diana Khoi Nguyen
  185. The Walrus and the Carpenter/ Lewis Carroll
  186. Map Poetry Presentation/ Lisa Charlotte Rost
  187. Daughter/ Jon Pineda
  188. Practice/ Ellen Bryant Voigt
  189. When the Light Betrays Us Twice/ Marisa Crane
  190. My Invisible Horse and the Speed of Human Decency/ Matthew Olzmann
  191. Prayer to be Still and Know/ Nickole Brown
  192. A Rhyme for Halloween/ Maurice Kilwein Guevara
  193. How Wonderful/ Irving Feldman
  194. The Cave/ Paul Tran
  195. Fall/ Edward Hirsch
  196. Eagle Poem/ Joy Harjo
  197. Mindful/ Mary Oliver
  198. I Looked for Life and Did a Shadow See/ James Galvin
  199. Elms/ Lousie Glück
  200. Knocks on the door/ Maram al-Massri
  201. Doors/ Carl Sandburg
  202. Self-Portrait as a Series of Bluffs/ Chris Hayes
  203. Usage/ Hayan Charara
  204. The Hum/ Maggie Smith
  205. The Delight Song of Tsoai-talee/ N. Scott Momaday
  206. November/ Maggie Dietz
  207. The Crazy Woman/ Gwendolyn Brooks
  208. Happiness/ Jane Kenyon
  209. [Lately when sorrows come]/ Susan Laughter Meyers
  210. View to the North/ May Swenson
  211. Like Coins, November/ Elizabeth Klise Zerneck
  212. November/ Lucy Larcom
  213. Four-Word Lines/ May Swenson
  214. The Letter A/ Darren Sardelli
  215. Let it Be Forgotten/ Sarah Teasdale
  216. December/ David Baker
  217. Heartbeat/ Melvin Dixon
  218. Cherry Blossoms/ Toi Derricotte
  219. Hotel Lullaby/ Srikanth Reddy
  220. Epistemology/ Catherine Barnett
  221. What Would Root/ Katie Farris
  222. “Hope” is the thing with feathers – (314)/ Emily Dickinson
  223. It’s all I have to bring today (26)/ Emily Dickinson
  224. Outside the Window the Whole World is Humming/ Devin Kelly
  225. October/ Louise Glück 
  226. The Body/ Marianne Boruch
  227. Rapture/ Linda Hogan
  228. Summer’s Bounty/ May Swenson
  229. We Are Monica/ Victoria Chang
  230. What Big Eyes You Have/ Heather Christle
  231. White Eyes/ Mary Oliver
  232. Sojourns in the Parallel World/ Denise Levertov 
  233. Erstwhile Harbinger Auspices/ Matthew Zapruder
  234. Stranger by Night/ Edward Hirsch
  235. Abstract/ Todd Dillard
  236. Disclosure/ Camisha L. Jones
  237. 2 Mississippi/ Steve Healey
  238. The Spider/ Heather Christle
  239. Living in the Body/ Joyce Sutphen
  241. Did Rise/ Jessica Rae Bergamino
  243. Pine/ Susan Steward
  244. Singularity/ Marie Howe
  245. Love/ Alex Dimitrov
  246. Occasional Poem/ JACQUELINE WOODSON
  247. Blue/ ROBERT L. JONES
  248. Some Waynes/ WAYNE HOLLOWAY-SMITH
  249. excerpt from Ode to a Blizzard/ TOM DISCH
  250. Lines for Winter/ DAVE LUCA
  251. Natural Forces/ Vicente Huidobro
  252. MAKING LISTS/Imtiaz Dharker
  253. Thrown away/ Imtiaz Dharker
  254. Lost/ David Wagoner
  255. Because my grief was a tree/ Nicky Beer
  256. Brian Age Seven/ Mark Doty
  257. I Heart Your Dog’s Head/ Erin Belieu
  258. A Study in Eventuality/ Cristina Correa
  259. Threshold/ Maggie Smith
  260. Five Flights Up/ Elizabeth Bishop
  261. What Kindergarten and Partial Hospitalization Have in Common/ IZZY CASEY
  262. Notes on Un-Apology/ Erin Slaughter
  263. The Blink Reflex/ Rick Barot
  264. The Work of Happiness/ May Sarton
  265. Ash/ Tracy K. Smith
  266. My Weather/ Jane Hirshfield
  267. Diana Khoi Nguyen/ Tripthych
  268. A Skull/ Dana Levin
  269. Tomorrow and Tomorrow Again/ Craig Morgan Teicher
  270. Eye Contact/ Craig Morgan Teicher
  271. OBIT [Memory]/ Victoria Chang
  272. Unwished For/ Shira Erlichman
  273. I’m Nobody! Who are you? (260)/ Emily Dickinson
  274. Just As The Calendar Began to Say Summer/ Mary Oliver (Long Life)
  275. Breakage/ Mary Oliver
  276. The Real Prayers are Not the Words, But the Attention that Comes First/ Mary Oliver
  277. Auto-lullaby/ Franz Wright
  278. TO CAST/ Yesenia Montilla
  279. Tell all the truth but tell it slant/ Emily Dickinson
  280. “Faith” is fine invention (202)/ Emily Dickinson
  281. Slam, Dunk, & Hook/ Yusef Komunyakaa
  282. Goodbye to Tolerance/ Denise Levertov
  284. Small Kindnesses/ Danusha Laméris
  285. Bliss Point or What Can Best Be Achieved by Cheese/ Benjamin Garcia
  286. Prompts (for High School Teachers Who Write Poetry)/ Dante Di Stefano
  287. Wind/ Florida Watts Smyth
  288. POEM WHITE PAGE WHITE PAGE POEM/ from Muriel Rukeyser’s “The Gates”
  289. Fool’s Gold/ Ted Mathys
  290. Rain, New Year’s Eve/ Maggie Smith (from Good Bones)
  291. Because You Asked about the Line Between Prose and Poetry/ Howard Nemerov – 1920-1991
  292. BREATH/ Lee Potts
  293. Poem/ Charles Bernstein – 1950-
  294. from The Victorious Ones”/ Chris Nealon
  295. Social Distancing/ Juan Phillipe Herrera
  296. Things I Didn’t Know I Loved/ Nazim Hikmet – 1902-1963
  297. Pandemania/ BY DANIEL HALPERN
  298. Song of a Second April/ Edna St. Vincent Millay – 1892-1950
  299. Dust/ Dorianne Laux
  300. Things to Do in the Belly of the Whale/ Dan Albergotti
  301. To make a prairie (1755)/ Emily Dickinson – 1830-1886
  302. In the name of the Bee –/ Emily Dickinson
  303. ABC/ Robert Pinsky
  304.   Disorderly Abecedarian 2: Return/ Devon Miller-Duggan
  305. from Maud (Part I)/ ALFRED, LORD TENNYSON
  306. I’m Going Back to Minnesota Where Sadness Makes Sense/ Danez Smith
  307. Dear One Absent This Long While/ Lisa Olstein
  308. ANTHEM/ Aaliya Zaveri
  309. Ode to My Right Knee/ Rita Dove
  310. The Gate/ Marie Howe
  311. WATER/ Li Young-Lee
  312. Magdalene—The Seven Devils/ Marie Howe
  313. May/ Jonathan Galassi
  314. I Am Learning To Abandon the World/ Linda Pastan
  315. [the snow is melting]/ BY KOBAYASHI ISSA, TRANSLATED BY ROBERT HASS
  316. ADVICE FROM A BAT/ Michael T. Young
  317. Song of Myself, 6 [A child said, What is the grass?]/ Walt Whitman
  318. Push the button, hear the sound/ HELEN MORT
  319. I Look Up from My Book and Out at the World through Reading Glasses/ Diane Seuss
  320. Eyesight/ A.R. Ammons
  321. What Kind of Times Are These/ ADRIENNE RICH
  322. Resistance/ TRACI BRIMHALL
  323. Mirror/ Rita Dove
  324. Voiceover/ Rita Dove
  325. I dwell in Possibility – (466)/ EMILY DICKINSON
  326. Perhaps you tire of birds/ Donika Kelly
  327. Self-Portrait as a Door/ Donika Kelly
  328. truth/ GWENDOLYN BROOKS
  329. O/ Chaire Wahmanholm
  330. HUMMINGBIRD ABECEDARIAN/ Aimee Nezhukumatathil
  331. The Stuff Astounding: A Poem for Juneteenth/ Patricia Smith
  332. won’t you celebrate with me/ Lucille Clifton
  333. A Lecture on Aphids/ Charles Goodrich
  334. eyeye/ Aram Saroyan
  335. Poem Recognizing Someone in the Street/ Aram Saroyan
  336. The World Has Need of You/ Ellen Bass
  337. I Go Down To The Shore/ Mary Oliver
  338. Ars Poetica/ Aracelis Girmay
  339. Nothing/ Krysten Hill
  340. Proverbs and Canticles/ Antonio Machado
  341. Abecedarian For the Future/ Ada Limón
  342. What Issa Heard/ David Budbill
  343. Goshen/ Ruth Stone
  344. Eyes/ Laura Riding Jackson
  345. Grasshopper/ Ted Kooser
  346. The Early Bird/ Ted Kooser
  347. The Birds begun at Four o’clock —/ Emily Dickinson
  348. A Bird, came down the Walk – (359)/ EMILY DICKINSON
  349. Wintergreen Ridge /Lorine Niedecker
  350. TIME FOR SERENITY, ANYONE?/ William Stafford
  351. from Song of the Open Road/ Walt Whitman
  352. When You Walk Over the Earth/ Katie Farris 
  353. My Life had stood – a Loaded Gun (764)/ EMILY DICKINSON
  354. Listening/ Elizabeth Hoover
  355. Mid-August at Sourdough Mountain Lookout/ GARY SNYDER
  356. Vertigo/ LES MURRAY
  357. The Grackle/ Ogden Nash
  358. September First Again/Phillis Levin
  359. THIS IS WHAT YOU SHALL DO/Walt Whitman
    preface to Leaves of Grass
  360. Wind in the Grass/ Mark Van Doren
  361. further & further/ Lauren Holden
  362. ODE TO THE LETTER B / Aracelis Girmay
  363. An Old-Fashioned Song/ John Hollander – 1929-2013
  365. Optometrist/ Sun Yu Pai
  366. Les Étiquettes Jaunes/ Frank O’Hara
  367. Holmes Lake/ Jessica Poli 
  368. October/ ROBERT FROST
  369. First Leaf/ Lia Purpura
  370. Leaves/ Lloyd Schwartz
  371. Corsons Inlet/ A. R. Ammons
  372. Ode to the Head Nod/ Elizabeth Acevedo
  373. Logic/Richard Siken
  374. Wrong Side of the River/ Stanley Plumly
  375. The Precision of Pain and the Blurriness of Joy/ Yehuda Amichai
  376. Snow flakes. (45)/ Emily Dickinson
  377. Beginning/ JAMES WRIGHT
  378. My Doubt/ Jane Hirshfield – 1953-
  379. Black Cat/ Rainer Maria Rilke
  380. A Rogue Dream/ Melanie Figg
  381. The Copper Beech/ MARIE HOWE
  382. Wind/ Emily Dickinson
  383. In the Event of My Death/ Katie Farris
  384. In the Evening/ William Reichard
  385. Praise Song for the Day/ ELIZABETH ALEXANDER
  386. A Divine Image/ William Blake
  387. The Fly/ William Blake
  388. Cold Morning/ Eamon Grennan
  389. What Things Want/ Robert Bly – 1926-
  390. In drear nighted December/ John Keats – 1795-1821
  391. A woodpecker’s/ PHILIP GROSS
  392. Real Estate/ Richard Siken
  393. In Wiry Winter/ James Schuyler
  394. The Guest House/ Rumi
  395. How It Happens/ W.S. Merwin
  397. Winter Poem/ Donika Kelly
  398. Triolet on a Line Apocryphally Attributed to Martin Luther/ A.E. STALLINGS
  399. notes on winter holidays/ daniel biegelson
  400. I Refuse to Report Bugs to Their Creator/ BRAYAN SALINAS
  401. The Hill We Climb/ Amanda Gorman
  402. THINGS TO DO/ James Schuyler
  403. Story/ Tiana Clark
  404. The Snow/ James Schuyler
  405. Status Update/ Rebecca Lindenbery
  406. Perfect Song/ Heather Christle
  407. What You Missed That Day You Were Absent from Fourth Grade/ Brad Aaron Modlin
  408. I am afraid to own a body/ Emily Dickinson
  409. Instructions for Opening a Door/ Adriana Cloud
  410. Skin Tight/ Ishmael Reed
  411. If recollecting were forgetting/ Emily Dickinson
  412. I tie my Hat — I crease my Shawl — / Emily Dickinson
  413. There’s a certain Slant of light (258) / Emily Dickinson
  414. I measure every Grief I meet (561) / Emily Dickinson
  415. I’m Nobody! Who are you? (260)* / Emily Dickinson
  416. After great pain, a formal feeling comes – (372) / Emily Dickinson
  417. Because I could not stop for Death – (479) / Emily Dickinson
  418. Crumbling is not an instant’s Act (1010) / Emily Dickinson
  419. Fame is a bee. (1788) / Emily Dickinson
  420. “Hope” is the thing with feathers – (314) / Emily Dickinson
  421. Have you got a Brook in your little heart / Emily Dickinson
  422. I felt a Funeral, in my Brain, (340) / Emily Dickinson
  423. I heard a Fly buzz – when I died – (591) / Emily Dickinson
  424. My Life had stood – a Loaded Gun (764) / Emily Dickinson
  425. We grow accustomed to the Dark — / Emily Dickinson
  426. There is no Frigate like a Book (1286) / Emily Dickinson
  427. Some keep the Sabbath going to Church – (236) / Emily Dickinson
  428. Goldenrod/ Maggie Smith
  429. ‘Tis so much joy! ‘Tis so much joy! / Emily Dickinson
  430. A lane of Yellow led the eye (1650) / Emily Dickinson
  431. I dreaded that first Robin, so, (1862) / Emily Dickinson
  432. To interrupt His Yellow Plan(1863) / Emily Dickinson
  433. The morns are meeker than they were / Emily Dickinson
  434. Meditations in an Emergency/ Cameron Awkward-Rich
  435. I felt a Cleaving in my Mind—* / Emily Dickinson
  436. I saw no Way — The Heavens were stitched — (1863) / Emily Dickinson
  437. Without this — there is nought — (1862) / Emily Dickinson
  438. Privacy/ Ada Limón
  439. Work from The Leaf and the Cloud
  440. Hum / Mary Oliver
  441. April / Mary Oliver
  442. What We Want / Mary Oliver
  443. I Worried / Mary Oliver
  444. Don’t Hesitate / Mary Oliver
  445. Softest of Mornings from Long Life / Mary Oliver
  446. Two Kinds of Deliverance / Mary Oliver
  447. To a Snail/ Marianne Moore
  448. Just as the Calendar Began to Say Summer / Mary Oliver
  449. Wind in the Pines / Mary Oliver
  450. Bird in the Pepper Tree/ Mary Oliver
  452. 4 Sonnets from Swan /Mary Oliver
  453. Evidence / Mary Oliver
  454. Stars from West Wind/ Mary Oliver
  455. Yellow from Evidence / Mary Oliver
  456. Then the Bluebird Sang from Evidence / Mary Oliver
  457. The Poet Always Carries a Notebook from Evidence / Mary Oliver
  458. Pastoral/ Forest Gander
  459. Deep Summer/ Mary Oliver
  460. I Want to Write Something So Simple/ Mary Oliver
  461. Dogfish (from Dreams) / Mary Oliver
  462. Trilliums (from Dreams) / Mary Oliver
  463. Luke /Mary Oliver
  464. The Summer Day/ Mary Oliver
  465. Everything/ Mary Oliver
  466. Bobolink/ Didi Jackson
  467. Sunrise/ Mary Oliver
  468. The Leaf and the Cloud/ Mary Oliver
  469. The Trees / Mary Oliver
  470. Answers/ Mary Oliver
  471. Such Singing in the Wild Branches from Owls and Other Fantasies/ Mary Oliver
  472. Sometimes/ Mary Oliver
  473. No Murder Of Crows/ J. Drew Lanham
  474. Beat! Beat! Drums!/ Walt Whitman – 1819-1892
  475. Enough/ Jeffrey Harrison
  476. Terns/ Mary Oliver
  477. Praying/ Mary Oliver
  478. Work/ Mary Oliver
  479. Don’t put up my Thread and Needle — / Emily Dickinson
  481. A Heron/ Ted Kooser
  482. Syrinx/ Amy Clampitt – 1920-1993
  483. The Most Triumphant Bird/ Emily Dickinson
  484. Starlings/ Maggie Smith from Goldenrod
  485. From Nowhere/ Marie Howe
  486. Vanishing/ Brittney Corrigan
  487. Octoroon Warbler/ J. Drew Lanham
  488. For the Birds/ JOHN SHOPTAW
  489. Birdcall/ Alicia Ostriker
  490. Thirteen Ways of Looking at a Blackbird/ WALLACE STEVENS
  491. If I shouldn’t be alive/ Emily Dickinson
  492. Dawn Chorus/ SASHA DUGDALE
  493. The Birds begun at Four o’clock —/ Emily Dickinson
  494. Bewilderment/ Rumi
  495. Much Madness is divinest Sense – (620)/ EMILY DICKINSON
  496. The Language of the Birds/ Richard Siken
  497. Still/ Margaret Renkl
  498. Of Being is a Bird/ Emily Dickinson
  499. Going Down Hill on a Bicycle/ Henry Charles Beeching
  500.  The Original Lyric Ballads Version of Coleridge’s “The Rime of the Ancient Mariner”
  501. Wind, Water, Stone/ OCTAVIO PAZ
  502. Evaporations/ Alice Oswald
  503. The Museum of Stones/ Carolyn Forché 
  504. These Poems/ June Jordan – 1936-2002
  505. Poet’s work/ LORINE NIEDECKER
  506. Paean to Place/ LORINE NIEDECKER
  507. The Song of Hiawatha/ Henry Wadsworth Longfellow
  508. from EXAQUA [Oh, that’s what I was]/ Jan-Henry Gray
  509. The Humpbacks/ Mary Oliver
  510. ROCK BOTTOM/ Eamon Grennan
  511. Buoy/ Savannah V. Evans
  512. The Blind Leading The Blind/ Lisel Mueller
  513. Not the Thing but a Fossil of the Thing/ Rebecca Foust
  514. A Short Story of Falling/ ALICE OSWALD
  515. Conversation with a Pebble/Alyson Hallett
  516. To chlorophyll, refineries, coal, furnaces beneath early skyscrapers, fossils/ Caroline Kenworthy
  517. A Swim in Co. Wicklow/ DEREK MAHON
  518. Erosion/ Linda Pastan
  519. excerpt from The Half Finished Heaven/ Tomas Tranströmer
  520. Under Pressure/ Tomas Tranströmer
  521. Erosion/ Eamon Grennan
  522. Rockpile/ Robert Morgan
  523. SWIMMER (FEMALE)*/ Concha Méndez
  524. The Unnamed River/ Arthur Sze
  525. The Nude Swim/ Anne Sexton
  526. Water in Love/ Ed Bok Lee
  527. Open Water/ Ada Limón
  528. a few delightful verses/ Lorine Niedecker
  529. Smile/ Lorine Niedecker
  530. Fog-thick morning/ Lorine Niedecker
  531. Wife for Scale/ Maggie Smith
  532. Balance/ Alice B. Fogel
  533. The Thing Is/ Ellen Bass
  534. The Pond at Dusk/ JANE KENYON
  535. Exercise/ W.S. Merwin (may 1972)
  536. To Swim, To Believe/ Maxine Kumin
  538. After the Dragonflies/ W.S. Merwin
  539. Wilderness/ Carl Sandburg
  541. 7 Shard/ CAConrad
  542. Sound Waves/ Amy Ludwig VanDerwate
  543. After the Rain/ Jared Carter
  544. WAVE AFTER WAVE/ M. Bartley Seigel
  545. Sea Poem/ Alice Oswald
  546. the lesson of the falling leaves/ lucille clifton
  547. Love (Webster’s Collegiate Dictionary) / Bob Dorough
  548. Down with Love/ Blossom Dearie
  549. Good Bones/ Maggie Smith
  550. Heart / Maggie Smith
  551. Heart to Heart/ Rita Dove
  552. The More Loving One/ W. H. Auden
  553. I wanted to be surprised./ Jane Hirshfield
  554. Bioluminescence/ Paul Tran
  555. 5 Poems/ Amorak Huey
  556. The Swimmer/ Mary Oliver
  557. Green Koan/ Rita Dove
  558. Sky Coming Forward/ Carl Phillips
  559. Cello/ Dorianne Laux
  560. The Patience of Ordinary Things/ Pat Schneider
  561. Loving and Liking: Irregular Verses Addressed to a Child/ Dorothy Wordsworth
  562. The First Water Is the Body/ Natalie Diaz
  563. Why Write Love Poetry in a Burning World/ Katie Farris
  564. Approximate Poem/ Paul Hall (1977)
  565. There Is No Word/ TONY HOAGLAND
  566. Late Summer/ JENNIFER GROTZ
  567. MAN WITH METAL DETECTOR / Robert B. Shaw
  568. The Fish/ Mary Oliver
  569. May Day Midnight/ Michael Palmer
  570. [I remember partially]/ Jane Huffman
  571. The Cucumber/ Nazim Hikmet
  572. Nothing Gold Can Stay/ Robert Frost
  573. Short Story/ Ellen Bryant Voigt
  574. When Night is almost done – / Emily Dickinson
  575. Travelling Together/ W.S. Merwin
  576. Miss you. Would like to take a walk with you./ GABRIELLE CALVOCORESSI
  577. Neighbors in October/ DAVID BAKER
  578. Unbidden/ Rae Armantrout
  579. Haunt/ Maya Phillips
  580. Seven Types of Shadow – an extract / U A Fanthorpe
  581. Portrait of a Figure Near Water/ Jane Kenyon
  582. Island/ Rita Dove
  583. The Road Not Taken/ Robert Frost
  584. Page/ Jane Hirshfield
  585. The Bells/ Edgar Allen Poex
  586. A Ring/ W.S. Merwin
  587. A Rhyme for Halloween/ Maurice Kilwein Guevara
  588. Fall, leaves, fall/ EMILY BRONTË
  589. excerpt from November/ Lucy Larcom
  590. Prints/ Joseph Bruchac
  591. Perennials/ Maggie Smith
  592. from The Leaf and the Cloud/ Mary Oliver
  593. In the Meantime/ Max Garland
  594. Passive Voice/ LAURA DA’
  595. How Dark the Beginning/ Maggie Smith
  596. In Passing/ MATTHEW SHENODA
  597. Observations on the Ground/ Mary Ruefle
  598. Gratitude to Old Teachers / Robert Bly
  599. The Orange / Wendy Cope
  600. from Obit/ Victoria Chang
  601. from Among the Trees/ Carl Phillips
  602. First Snow/ Arthur Sze
  603. Ghosting/ Andrea Cohen
  604. The Wild Geese/ Victoria Chang
  605. Big Clock/ Li-Young Lee – 1957-
  606. Something Told the Wild Geese / Rachel Field
  607. Prayer 48/ EVA SAULITIS
  608. Sometimes, When the Light/ Lisel Mueller
  609. Things/ Lisel Mueller
  610. Holiday Wish/ David Baker/ David Baker
  611. Obligations 2/ Layli Long Soldier
  612. Eye Exam/ Arthur Sze
  613. In the Grand Scheme of Things/ Maggie Smith
  614. Love Letter/ Diane Seuss
  615. Forsythia/ Ada Limón
  616. Palimpsest/ Jared Carter 
  618. Left Open / Victoria Chang
  619. Left Open / W.S. Merwin
  620. Separation/ Victoria Chang
  621. Separation/ W. S. Merwin
  622. Daylight/ Victoria Chang
  623. The Wings of Daylight/ W. S. Merwin
  624. Ekphrasis as Eye Test/ Jane Zwart + slide show with paintings
  625. Ekphrasis as Eye-Test/ Amit Majmudar
  626. Fauve/ Arthur Sze in Dazzled
  627. Study the Masters/ Lucille Clifton
  628. Song/ Brigit Pegeen Kelly
  629. Letter to a Friend, Unsent/ Rebecca Lindenberg
  630. My Glasses/ Jane Hirshfield
  631. Saccadic Masking/ Paige Lewis
  632. Chapel of the Green Lord/ Paige Lewis
  633. Inspiration Point/ Jennifer Jean
  634. Missed Time/ Ha Jin
  635. Wigs Everywhere/ Justin Jannise
  636. from The Cataract of Lodore/ Robert Southey
  637. A Nearly Perfect Morning/ Jessica Greenbaum
  638. As Is/ Nicholas Friedman
  639. To the Mannequins/ HOWARD NEMEROV
  640. Praise the Rain/ JOY HARJO
  641. All Praises / Lucille Clifton
  642. Old Woman in a Housecoat/ GEORGIANA COHEN
  643. Design/ Robert Frost
  644. The Ships of Theseus/ STEVE GEHRKE
  645. Epitalamion/ Rebecca Lehmann
  646. excerpt of an excerpt IRL/ Tommy Pico
  647. Hum/ Yvonne Zipter
  648. The Husband’s Answers/ Rebecca Hazelton
  649. A little Madness in the Spring (1356) / Emily Dickinson
  650. Every day as a wide field, every page/ NAOMI SHIHAB NYE
  651. The Sun, Mad Envious, Just Want the Moon/ Patricia Smith
  652. Statement of Teaching Philosophy/ Keith Leonard
  653. Egrets/ Kevin Young
  654. Unfolding Center/ Arthur Sze
  655. Peripheral/ Hannah Emmerson
  656. Drift/ Alicia Mountain
  657. The River/ HUMBERTO AK’ABAL
  658. FIG TREE AT BIG SUR/ Kelly Cressio-Moeller
  659. Second Estrangement/ Aracelis Girmay
  660. How to Begin/ Catherine Abbey Hodges
  661. PLEA TO THE WIND/ Alice Oswald
  662. Dart/ Alice Oswald
  663. EXPERIENCE, A LOVE STORY/ Katie Peterson
  664. These are the days when Birds come back— / Emily Dickinson
  665. Sing a Darkness/Carl Phillips
  666. The Rock that Is Not a Rabbit/ Corey Marks
  668. A RUSHED ACCOUNT OF THE DEW / Alice Oswald
  669. I started Early — Took my Dog / Emily Dickinson
  670. I Wonder If I Need the Rapture or If I Could Just Swallow A Catastrophe and Call It Good / Kelli Russell Agodon
  671. Feeding the Worms/ Danish Lameris
  672. Ode to Dirt/ Sharon Olds
  673. Loam/ Carl Sandburg
  674. Unveiling/ Gail Mazur
  675. The Theft Outright/ Heid E. Erdrich
  676. Muddy/ Orlando White
  677. Into the Mud/ Joyce Sidman
  678. Entanglement/ Arthur Sze
  679. Mushroom Hunting in the Jemez Mountains/ Arthur Sze
  680. The Ants/ Matthew Rorher
  681. An Ordinary Misfortune [“She is girl. She is gravel.”]/ EMILY JUNGMIN YOON
  682. from Kingdom Animalia/ Aracelis Girmay
  683. The Golden Shovel/ TERRANCE HAYES
  684. We Real Cool/ Gwendolyn Brooks
  685. Dust Poem/ Philip Jenks
  686. Dusting/ Marilyn Nelson
  687. A Walk as Bright and Green as Spring as Cold as Winter/ Shane McCrae
  688. The Garden Song/ sung by John Denver
  689. Digging/ Seamus Heaney
  690. Digging in the Dirt/ Peter Gabriel
  691. Pear Snow/ Todd Dillard
  692. Full of yourself/ Rumi
  693. ted talk/ JENNY ZHANG
  694. In the Basement of the Goodwill Store/ Ted Kooser
  695. Mushrooms/ Sylvia Plath
  696. For the Lobar, Usnea, Witches Hair, Map Lichen, Beard Lichen, Ground Lichen, Shield Lichen/ Jane Hirshfield
  697. I’d Rather Be / Mitchell Nobis
  698. The Echoing Green/ WILLIAM BLAKE
  699. All/ Jorie Graham
  700. Still Life with Window and Fish / Jorie Graham (recording)
  701. The Bees Have Been Cancelled/ Maya C. Popa
  702. For the Bird Singing before Dawn/ Kim Stafford
  703. Doors opening, closing on us/ Marge Piercy
  704. Persephone the Wanderer/ Louise Glück
  705. Where Every Bird is a Drone/ Tarik Dobbs
  706. excerpt from Nature Poem/ Tommy Pico
  707. In the Clearing/ Patricia Hopper
  708. Naming the Heartbeats/ Aimee Nezhukumatathil
  709. Hypothesis / Paul Tran
  710. Paprika/ Michelle Zauner
  711. I Would Do Anything For Love, But I Won’t/ Traci Brimhall
  712. Above, the Geese/ Gillian Sze
  713. selected tankas from Urban Tumbleweed/ Harryette Mullen
  714. First Grade/ RON KOERTGE
  715. The Sound of Trees/ ROBERT FROST
  716. Termites: An Assay/ Jane Hirshfield
  717. Becoming Moss/ Ella Frears
  718. Give Me This/ Ada Limón
  719. As from a Quiver of Arrows/ CARL PHILLIPS
  720. Oread/ H. D.
  721. Five Landscapes/ COLE SWENSEN
  722. Bird/ DORIANNE LAUX
  723. The Evidence is Everywhere/ Juan Delgado
  724. Swimming Laps/ Arthur Sze
  725. A Tree of Dignified Appearance/ Charles Simic
  726. For Rent/ Charles Simic
  727. Calling Things What They Are/ Ada Limón
  728. Could I/ Anne Carson
  729. excerpts from TL;DR/ CA Conrad
  730. How lucky we are That you can’t sell A poem / Gregory Orr
  731. To Know the Dark/ Wendell Berry
  732. My Meadow, My Twilight/ Carl Phillips
  733. from Google/ Leila Chatti
  734. The Ponds/ Mary Oliver
  735. Carrie / Ted Kooser
  736. Moon/ AMY E. SKLANSKY
  737. Thinking/ DANUSHA LAMÉRIS
  738. The Moment/ Marie Howe
  739. breaklight/ lucille clifton
  740. Do Not Ask Your Children To Strive for Extraordinary Things/ William Martin
  741. Moist/ Anna Myles
  742. Things I Should’ve Outgrown By Now/ Megan Williams
  743. Taking Your Olympic Measure/ Alberto Rios
  744. from The Trees Witness Everything/ Victoria Chang
  745. Collective Nouns for Humans in the Wild/ Kathy Fish
  746.  Ignition Chronicles / CAConrad
  747. M. / Claire Wahmanholm
  748. A Blessing/ James Wright
  749. The Rain Stick/ Seamus Heaney
  750. Birdsong for Two Voices/ Alice Oswald
  751. from Nobody/ Alice Oswald
  752. crazy jay blue/ ee cummings
  753. Imaginary Conversation/ Linda Pastan
  754. With Ant and Celan/ Eamon Grennan
  755. The Sunset and the Purple-Flowered Tree/ Joshua Jennifer Espinoza
  756. the ones who stay :: faith shearin
  757. Living Here/ Cleopatra Mathis
  758. poem about water/ sam sax
  759. Girl in the Woods/ Alice White
  760. The Grove/ Jay Hopler
  761. A Drink of Water/ Jeffrey Harrison
  762. Water and Stone/ Frances Boyle
  763. to be of use :: marge piercy
  764. The Chipmunk/ Ogden Nash
  765. Vertical/ Linda Pastan
  766. Tender/ Sophie Klahr
  767. To the Person Who Marked Up This Book of Poetry/ Amy Miller
  768. Shirley, Midlake/ Tanis Rideout
  769. excerpt from Shirley As Drowned Ophelia/ Tanis Rideout
  770. Energy/ Beyoncé
  771. I heard a Fly buzz — when I died / Emily Dickinson
  772. The River/ Cole Swenson
  773. Glaucoma/ Charlene Fix
  774. Autumn/ Linda Pastan
  775. Fall/ Ed Ochester
  776. Along the River/ Lorine Niedecker
  777. I’ve Been Thinking about Love Again/ Vievee Francis
  778. A page from Frank: Sonnets/ Diane Seuss
  779. EDNA/ Todd Dillard
  780. Living Tenderly/ May Swenson
  781. The Secret in the Mirror/ Alberto Ríos
  782. The Night Migrations/ Louise Glück
  783. Forest of Beginnings/ Mai Der Vang
  784. Circle/Dana Knott
  785. The Beginning of the Beginning/ Phuong T. Vuong
  786. Part of Eve’s Discussion/ Marie Howe
  787. Threshold Gods/ Jenny George / Reading
  788. Song of the Witches: “Double, double, toil and trouble“/ William Shakespeare
  789. Transubstantiation/ Susan Firer
  790. Lost in Plain Sight/ Peter Schneider
  791. Let this darkness be a bell tower/ Rainer Maria Rilke
  792. A Woman’s Glass Eye/ Richard Weaver (page 66 in journal)
  793. One Art/ Elizabeth Bishop
  794. Wild Turkey/ Heid E. Erdrich
  795. First Fig/ Edna St. Vincent Millay
  796. Echo/ Pura López-Colomé 
  797. Ode to Gray
  798. Silver/ Walter de la Mare
  799. from Grayed In/ Martha Collins
  800. from My Private Property/ Mary Ruefle
  801. from To Theo van Gogh (a letter from Vincent Van Gogh to his son)
  802. [Here on this edge I have had many diminutive visions.]/ Diane Seuss
  803. Fog/Giovanni Pascoli
  804. In the Fog/ Giovanni Pascoli
  805. Mist/ Alice Oswald
  806. Spirits of the Dead/ Edgar Allen Poe
  807. Little Grey Dreams/ Angelina Weld Grimké
  808. First Grade/ Ron Koertge
  809. nunatak/ Jane Lovell
  810. from “Gravel” in The Leaf and the Cloud/ Mary Oliver
  811. That Bright Grey Eye/ Hilda Morley
  812. The Small Hours/ Dorothy Parker
  813. Psalm with Near Blindness/ Julia B. Levine
  814. To a Wreath of Snow/ Emily Brontë
  815. Psalm with Wren in Daylight Saving Time/ Julia B. Levin
  816. Maybe Alone On My Bike/ William Stafford
  817. sunrise through mount vernon, wa/ Jasmine Khaliq
  818. With A Song/ Christina Pugh
  819. Praise/ Michelle Poirier Brown
  820. Dead Stars/ Ada Limón
  821. A White City/ James Schuyler
  822. Window/ Fiona Apple
  823. Window 3/ Wendell Berry
  824. Winter Journal: Disseminate Birds Over Water/ Emily Wilson
  825. Owl/ Anne Haven McDonnell
  826. DECEMBER FLIGHT/ Seymour Maynes
  827. Here All Alone/ Michael Kleber-Diggs
  828. Blizzard/ Linda Pastan
  829. Blink/ Donna Vorreyer
  830. I’m not Faking My Astonishment, Honest/ Paige Lewis
  831. Lit/ Andrea Cohen
  832. I Went Out to Hear/ Leila Chatti
  833. Pot of Gold/ Ingrid Wendt
  834. Soft Thunder/ Jake Skeets
  835. The Puddle/ Wisława Szymborska 
  836. Mom Hires a Stunt Double/ Todd Dillard
  837. A Stranger/ Saeed Jones
  838. Alone and Not Alone/ Carl Sandburg
  839. Let Evening Come/ Jane Kenyon
  840. Fragment (Stone)/ Ann Lauterbach
  841. A Walk in the Park/ Dana Levin
  842. The Year We Fell in Love with Moss/ Sally Baker
  843. At My Desk/ Linda Pastan
  844. The Moths/ Mary Oliver
  845. After the Snow/ Linda Pastan (from Insomnia)
  846. The Birds/ Linda Pastan
  847. Memory of a Bird/ Linda Pastan
  848. Practicing/ Linda Pastan
  849. The Clouds/ Linda Pastan
  850. Almost An Elegy: For Tony Hoaglund/ Linda Pastan
  851. Squint/ Linda Pastan
  852. For Miriam, Who Hears Voices/ Linda Pastan
  853. November Rain/ Linda Pastan
  854. Elegy/ Linda Pastan (1986)
  855. In the Orchard/ Linda Pastan
  856. Emily Dickinson/ Linda Pastan
  857. Wind Chill/ Linda Pastan
  858. Ethics/ Linda Pastan
  859. The Death of the Self/ Linda Pastan
  860. At the Window/ Linda Pastan
  861. Why Are Your Poems so Dark?/ Linda Pastan
  862. Alone/ Jack Gilbert
  863. Poem with No Speaker/ Franz Wright
  864. Rain/Jack Gilbert
  865. Opera Singer/Ross Gay
  866. from March, 1979/ Tomas Tranströmer
  867. Grace/ Kelli Russell Agodon
  868. Don’t Tell Anyone/ Tony Hoaglund
  869. The Moths/ Mary Oliver
  870. Another Empty Window Dipped in Milk/ Kelli Agodon Russell
  871. I Try to Plagiarize Moonlight/ Kelli Agodon Russell
  872. Lake of the Isles/ Anni Liu
  873. A Murmur in the Trees – to note – / Emily Dickinson (F433 — 1862)
  874. [from this bench I like to call my bench]/ Diane Seuss
  875. The End Of March/ Elizabeth Bishop (June 1974)
  876. Poetics/ A. R. Ammons
  877. Project/ A. R. Ammon
  878. Weathering/ A. R. Ammons
  879. Equilibrium/ A. R. Ammons
  880. The Secret/ Denise Levertov
  881. Equinox/ Diannely Antigua
  882. Little Infinities/ Fay Dillof
  883. Grassy Sound/ A. R. Ammons
  884. Play/ A. R. Ammons
  885. Expressions at Sea Level/ A. R. Ammons
  886. garbage/ A. R. Ammons
  887. This Nest, Swift Passerine / Dan Beachy-Quick
  889. How Far Away We Are/ Anushka Shah
  890. Lying While Birding/ Naomi Shihab Nye
  891. Lark-Luster/ Eamon Grennan
  892. What I Am Telling You, Jessica, Is That Those Chickens Are Fine/ K.T. Landon
  893. A Tiny Little Equation/ Shuri Kido
  894. Red/ Mary Ruefle
  895. Red Red Red/ Fiona Apple
  896. Against Pink / DARA YEN ELERATH
  897. The Bench/ Mary Ruefle
  898. Mother, Washing Dishes/ Susan Meyers
  899. What the Living Do/ Marie Howe
  900. Sidereal/ Debra Albery
  901. I Inherit the Whims of my Mother As I Prepare to Trash This Draft/ Donna Vorreyer
  902. Believing Anagrams/ Kelli Agodon Russell
  903. IV / Laura Gilpin
  904. Motion/ Jessica Goodfellow
  905. In Praise of Mystery/ Ada Limón
  906. Ode to Money, or Patient Appealing Health Insurance for Denial of Coverage/ Katie Farris
  907. Knot Work / Not Work / Knot Hole / Not Whole: A Mapping / Jishin-no-ben, trans. Lee Ann Roripaugh
  908. The Social Life of Water/ Tony Hoaglund
  909. Crossing Water/ Tony Hoaglund
  910. maggie and millie and molly and may / e.e. cummings
  911. Passage / Barbara Guest
  912. Repulsive Theory / Kay Ryan
  913. Left-handed Sugar/ Jane Hirshfield
  914. A Primer of the Daily Round/ Howard Nemerov
  915. Oak Skin/ Kris Ringman
  916. Western Edge/ Carl Phillips
  917. Trust/ Thomas R. Smith
  918. lxxxi. / Major Jackson
  919. Romance/ Susan Browne
  920. Glacier/ Claire Wahmanholm
  921. Swimming, One Day in August/ Mary Oliver
  922. The World / Marie Howe
  923. Doxorubicin: Infusion/ Lauren Paul Watson
  924. Exodus/ Joseph Fasano
  925. Come In/ Robert Frost
  926. Famous / Naomi Shihab Nye
  927. More Swans and More Women/ Heather Christle
  928. Talisman/ Luisa A. Igloria
  929. Hog Island/ Luisa A. Igloria
  930. Psalm with No Cure/ Julia B. Levine
  931. Above Pate Valley/ Gary Snyder
  932. Autobiography/ Michael Dumanis
  933.  Circumambulation of Mt. Tamalpais/ Forrest Gander
  934. Erosion/ David Hanlon
  935. The Mushroom is the Elf of Plants — (1350)/ Emily Dickinson
  936. The Hum of the Living/ Kelli Russell Agodon
  937. The Committee Weighs In/ Andrea Cohen
  938. Dorothy,/ Garth Graeper
  939. Ars Poetica/ José Oliverez
  940. …shift at oars/ Stcy Szymaszek
  941. For the Birds/ Zilka Joseph
  942. It Must Be Leaves/ Jane Hirshfield
  943. Childhood/ David Baker
  944.  Crumbling is not an instant’s Act (1010)/ EMILY DICKINSON
  945. Friendly?/ Luke Strathmann
  946.  Bat/ D.H. Lawrence
  947. Ode to Halloween/ Joanne Durham
  948. Injury Room / Katie Ford
  949. I love you. I miss you. Please get out of my house. / Donika Kelly
  950. Nature startles in familiar spaces. / Dagne Forrest
  951. Mistake/ Heather Christle
  952. punctum/ Teja Sudhakar