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Powell, D. A.
Adult Nonfiction PS3566.O828 C63 2004

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[the cocktail hour finally arrives: whether ending a day at the office]p. 3
[this is what you love: more people. you remember]p. 4
[he would care for me as a stranger: courtesy clerk. so quick]p. 5
[writing for a young man on the redline train: "to his boy mistress"]p. 6
[in the elegant days of downtown: we sunned on the porch]p. 8
[gardenhose dilated with rain: a puff adder]p. 9
[winter moon summer moon budding moon barley moon]p. 11
[a happiest harbinger to you: here spring]p. 12
[chapt. ex ex ex eye vee: in which scott has a birthday]p. 13
[dogs and boys can treat you like trash. and dogs do love trash]p. 14
[12-line poem, seemingly out of place]p. 15
[the mind of moss: sitting here by the reflecting pool]p. 16
[when you touch down upon this earth. little reindeers]p. 17
[this little treatment has side effects: side effects]p. 18
[hope you like this new doctor: rachel says in hopeful tones]p. 19
[my lover my phlebotomist. his elastic fingers encircle my arm]p. 20
[robe and pajamas, steadfast and softer than anyone who touched me]p. 23
[a mule-drawn scraper packed this earth: levees]p. 24
[19 lines]p. 25
[I was a priapic boy: the prow of a galleon]p. 26
[a boy at 15 can't be too tough: approximate masculinity]p. 27
[every man needs a buddy. who'll do]p. 28
[college roommate gone: his hamper full. I'll do us both a favor]p. 30
[the man in the front row: uniformed. ugly as my father the disillusioned]p. 31
[morning broke on my cabin inverted. tempest in my forehead]p. 33
[fortune drives a finned convertible: her blond wig shifts in the wind]p. 35
[you'd want to go to the reunion: see]p. 36
[so the theatre dimmed and reclined. cramped balcony rubbed against my leg]p. 38
[the atrium of the heart beckons with pendulous lips]p. 40
[my lot to spin the purple: that the tabernacle should be made]p. 43
[unsheathed the sword and cut the veil. visible the planet red]p. 46
[he tastes the air with his tongue. his eyes a gory kitling]p. 47
[my riches I have squandered. spread with honey]p. 49
[strange flower in my hands. porphyry shell. clipped wool]p. 50
[they hear the clapping of the bell and are afraid]p. 51
[torch to the stubble of the fields: the harvest has ended]p. 52
[slightly foetid. foetal and stooped. an afterbirth of rags]p. 53
[the heavenly noise of domesticity murmurs in the kitchen: clink]p. 54
[not a waking mutter. the locusts in cessation]p. 55
[because I were ready before destruction. bearing the sign of his affliction]p. 56
[listen mother, he punched the air: I am not your son dying]p. 57
[the ice hadn't cracked. stingy ground: frozen with its hoard of bulbs]p. 58
[A characters not reproducible]p. 60
[came a voice in my gullet: rise up and feast. thunderous]p. 61
[when he comes he is neither sun nor shade: a china doll]p. 62
[coda & discography]p. 65

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