Welcome to Scribd, the world's digital library. Read, publish, and share books and documents. See more
Buy Now $3.99
Standard view
Full view
of .
Look up keyword or section
Like this
1Activity

Table Of Contents

The Saga of Teymor the Younger
Man Of Gold
‘Can You Help Me With These Bags?’
In Flanders Fields . .
Stone Pony
The Four Horsemen Of The Apocalypse
Thirty Miles
‘. . . and the Cross of St. George shall lead us!’
‘In this corner, Tommy Butler . . . !’
Jacques Prevert, ‘Barbara’, and Friends
Good King Wenceslaus
Checking Out And Leaving Town
The Heroes of ’75
‘The Whites Of Their Eyes’
FDR And The HOUSTON
Just Visiting
‘Attention! Wake Island Marine On Deck!’
Thanksgiving Message From A Voluntary Expatriate
8 Kenosia Trail
There Will Always Be An Ark Royal
The Play: Wolverine Scamper Left
The Last Few Leaves of Autumn
Clarinet Glissando in B Minor
Bull’s Bridge and Beyond
E.B. White’s Tree
Over My Shoulder
Aux Barricades!
The Traveler
The Sleep of the Innocent
Colonel Rol and Me
Opening Up
Walking With A Friend . .
From May to May
3 A.M
My Own Line
‘USS FITCH . . . On Station!
The Fleet-Footed Toes of Time
No Photographs, Please!
The Speed of Sound
Line After Line
‘. . . And My Boat Is So Small’
Spin Cycle
Time In Cubic Feet
Architecture in Sugar
Middle Kingdom
I Got ’Em, Pa!’ or It All Came Down To The Brachioradialis
My Sister’s Brick
Sinister Assumption Stories
Changing Horizons
Rocky Mountain Billy Goat
Ogden, Utah and No Further
Too Big For a Band-Aid
August 6, 1945
‘Hold Until Relieved . . .’
The Curtain of Midnight
Demons
In Flanders Field . .
The Spider
The Value Of Things
Marching Through Old Southy
The Witching Hour
Periods, Commas And Puns
343 Honor Company
Conference at 3 A.M
Message In a Bottle
March 11th
The idol of the moslem world is dead
No More Unexplored Land
Dustin Hoffman, Boo-Boo Kitty and Me
‘Introducing, the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge . . .’
Doing It Right
A joint return
Marching To Guild Hall
Mental Labor
The Not-So—Mighty Pen
‘To April’s Breeze Their Flag Unfurled . . .’
Memory Traps
Polished Diamonds
Fort Sumter and That Dastardly Dog, Edmund Ruffin
Uncharted Water
Looking On You
‘Every Man Has His Agincourt . . .’
New Life
Honeyboy
Going back again
Goodbye, Sorrento
From The Rim Of The Glass
Sorrento Centerfold
Day’s End
Dog White Beach—1944
A Promise Kept . . . Roundabout
That Time Before
‘We Are Ready Now, Sir!’
April 27th
The Little Tug That Could . .
Opal Earrings and Less
USS New York (LCS-21)
Thank You For The Flowers
The King of Hounds
Short Journey
Remembering Tony Judt
The Long Sigh of Autumn
Memorial Day—2012
Bumper Crop
Counting Headstones
‘. . . And I’ll Be In Scotland Afore Ye . . .’
Lovers
The Peekskill Indian
December 8th
Heloise And Abelard, Suzanne and Neal
February 7, 1983
Poem By Helen Young
Mist-Covered Mountain
Searching Out
Open Letter to ‘Charlie’ Mc Guire
A Slice Of Time
Abigail of Kenosia Trail
Rag Bag
Joltin’ Joe Has Left And Gone Away, Hey! Hey! Hey!
Last Will and Testament
Did You See Time?
A Death In The Family Of Man
0 of .
Results for:
No results containing your search query
P. 1
The Wind In The Grass

The Wind In The Grass

Ratings: (0)|Views: 10|Likes:
Published by iUniverseBooks

Some of the words within these pages are for music, and not just the poetry. ‘The Wind In The Grass’ tells of an Elsa, a Jeanne, and mostly, a Barbara. They’re pages in a book, pushed along by an off -shore wind like the tall grass on the ‘true’ cape of Hatteras. There’s a boxer in the 30’s, a killing hurricane at sea, an imaginary French resistance fighter defending white wine. There’s the Viking, Teymor, a lost soul and a lost story before recorded history; and a brave little tugboat at Pearl Harbor.



There are words of loneliness, of wanting and not wanting, and other words, gentle and direct.



‘The Wind In Th e Grass’ is for all of us who understand silence and those of us intimidated by it. Life does get in the way. It’s something we have to understand. As others rush by, it’s up to us to motion to them, beckon and wave. Slow down, we should say...come over here. Let’s sit and read together.

Some of the words within these pages are for music, and not just the poetry. ‘The Wind In The Grass’ tells of an Elsa, a Jeanne, and mostly, a Barbara. They’re pages in a book, pushed along by an off -shore wind like the tall grass on the ‘true’ cape of Hatteras. There’s a boxer in the 30’s, a killing hurricane at sea, an imaginary French resistance fighter defending white wine. There’s the Viking, Teymor, a lost soul and a lost story before recorded history; and a brave little tugboat at Pearl Harbor.



There are words of loneliness, of wanting and not wanting, and other words, gentle and direct.



‘The Wind In Th e Grass’ is for all of us who understand silence and those of us intimidated by it. Life does get in the way. It’s something we have to understand. As others rush by, it’s up to us to motion to them, beckon and wave. Slow down, we should say...come over here. Let’s sit and read together.

More info:

Publish date: Sep 23, 2013
Added to Scribd: Oct 02, 2013
Copyright:Traditional Copyright: All rights reservedISBN:9781491704882
List Price: $3.99 Buy Now

Availability:

Read on Scribd mobile: iPhone, iPad and Android.
This book can be read on up to 6 mobile devices.
See more
See less

10/01/2014

321

9781491704882

$3.99

USD

pdf

You're Reading a Free Preview
Pages 13 to 38 are not shown in this preview.
You're Reading a Free Preview
Pages 51 to 136 are not shown in this preview.
You're Reading a Free Preview
Pages 149 to 212 are not shown in this preview.
You're Reading a Free Preview
Pages 225 to 299 are not shown in this preview.
You're Reading a Free Preview
Pages 312 to 321 are not shown in this preview.

You're Reading a Free Preview

Download
scribd
/*********** DO NOT ALTER ANYTHING BELOW THIS LINE ! ************/ var s_code=s.t();if(s_code)document.write(s_code)//-->