Analysis of Dream Song 64: Supreme my holdings, greater yet my need by John Berryman
Analysis of Dream Song 63: Bats have no bankers and they do not drink by John Berryman
Analysis of Dream Song 62: That dark brown rabbit, lightness in his ears by John Berryman
Analysis of Dream Song 60: Afters eight years, be less dan eight percent by John Berryman
Analysis of Dream Song 6: A Capital at Wells by John Berryman
Analysis of Dream Song 59: Henry's Meditation in the Kremlin by John Berryman
Analysis of Dream Song 58: Industrious, affable, having brain on fire by John Berryman
Analysis of Dream Song 57: In a state of chortle sin--once he reflected by John Berryman
Analysis of Dream Song 56: Hell is empty. O that has come to pass by John Berryman
Analysis of Dream Song 55: Peter's not friendly. He gives me sideways looks by John Berryman
Analysis of Dream Song 54: 'NO VISITORS' I thumb the roller to by John Berryman
Analysis of Dream Song 53: He lay in the middle of the world, and twicht by John Berryman
Analysis of Dream Song 52: Silent Song by John Berryman
Analysis of Dream Song 51: Our wounds to time, from all the other times by John Berryman
Analysis of Dream Song 50: In a motion of night they massed nearer my post by John Berryman
Analysis of Dream Song 5: Henry sats in de bar & was odd by John Berryman
Analysis of Dream Song 49: Blind by John Berryman
Analysis of Dream Song 48: He yelled at me in Greek by John Berryman
Analysis of Dream Song 47: April Fool's Day, or, St Mary of Egypt by John Berryman
Analysis of Dream Song 45: He stared at ruin. Ruin stared straight back by John Berryman
Analysis of Dream Song 44: Tell it to the forest fire, tell it to the moon by John Berryman
Analysis of Dream Song 43: 'Oyez, oyez!' The Man Who Did Not Deliver by John Berryman
Analysis of Dream Song 42: O journeyer, deaf in the mould, insane by John Berryman
Analysis of Dream Song 41: If we sang in the wood (and Death is a German expert) by John Berryman
Analysis of Dream Song 40: I'm scared a lonely. Never see my son by John Berryman
Analysis of Dream Song 39: Goodbye, sir, & fare well. You're in the clear by John Berryman
Analysis of Dream Song 38: The Russian grin bellows his condolence by John Berryman
Analysis of Dream Song 37: Three around the Old Gentleman by John Berryman
Analysis of Dream Song 36: The high ones die, die. They die by John Berryman
Analysis of Dream Song 35: MLA by John Berryman
Analysis of Dream Song 34: My mother has your shotgun. One man, wide by John Berryman
Analysis of Dream Song 33: An apple arc'd toward Kleitos; whose great King by John Berryman
Analysis of Dream Song 32: And where, friend Quo, lay you hiding by John Berryman
Analysis of Dream Song 31: Henry Hankovitch, con guítar by John Berryman
Analysis of Dream Song 30: Collating bones: I would have liked to do by John Berryman
Analysis of Dream Song 3: A Stimulant for an Old Beast by John Berryman
Analysis of Dream Song 28: Snow Line by John Berryman
Analysis of Dream Song 27: The greens of the Ganges delta foliate by John Berryman
Analysis of Dream Song 25: Henry, edged, decidedly, made up stories by John Berryman
Analysis of Dream Song 24: Oh servant Henry lectured till by John Berryman
Analysis of Dream Song 23: The Lay of Ike by John Berryman
Analysis of Dream Song 21: Some good people, daring & subtle voices by John Berryman
Analysis of Dream Song 20: The Secret of the Wisdom by John Berryman
Analysis of Dream Song 2: Big Buttons, Cornets: the advance by John Berryman
Analysis of Dream Song 19: Here, whence by John Berryman
Analysis of Dream Song 18: A Strut for Roethke by John Berryman
Analysis of Dream Song 17: Muttered Henry:-Lord of matter, thus by John Berryman
Analysis of Dream Song 16: Henry's pelt was put on sundry walls by John Berryman
Analysis of Dream Song 15: Let us suppose, valleys & such ago by John Berryman
Analysis of Dream Song 12: Sabbath by John Berryman
Analysis of Dream Song 11: His mother goes. The mother comes & goes. by John Berryman
Analysis of Dream Song 101: A shallow lake, with many waterbirds by John Berryman
Analysis of Dream Song 100: How this woman came by the courage by John Berryman
Analysis of Dream Song 10: There were strange gatherings. A vote would come by John Berryman
Analysis of This by Ralph Angel
Analysis of In Every Direction by Ralph Angel
Analysis of Even Because by Ralph Angel
Analysis of Try To Remember Some Details by Yehuda Amichai
Analysis of On Rabbi Kook's Street by Yehuda Amichai
Analysis of Centrifuge by Dean Young
Analysis of A Benediction Of The Air by John Williams
Analysis of Ballade by François Villon
Analysis of Bridge Ghazal by C.J. Sage
Analysis of Here by Grace Paley
Analysis of To A Sad Daughter by Michael Ondaatje
Analysis of Turtle by Mary Oliver
Analysis of Alive Together by Lisel Mueller
Analysis of Love, We Must Part Now by Philip Larkin
Analysis of Continuing To Live by Philip Larkin
Analysis of The Science Of The Night by Stanley Kunitz
Analysis of Single Vision by Stanley Kunitz
Analysis of Master And Mistress by Stanley Kunitz
Analysis of After The Last Dynasty by Stanley Kunitz
Analysis of To A Ten-Months' Child by Donald Justice
Analysis of Windy fall by Kobayashi Issa
Analysis of Under the image of Buddha by Kobayashi Issa
Analysis of Don't know about the people by Kobayashi Issa
Analysis of This moth saw brightness by Kobayashi Issa
Analysis of The snow is melting by Kobayashi Issa
Analysis of That wren by Kobayashi Issa
Analysis of That pretty girl by Kobayashi Issa
Analysis of Pissing in the snow by Kobayashi Issa
Analysis of Not knowing by Kobayashi Issa
Analysis of New Year's morning by Kobayashi Issa
Analysis of New Year's Day by Kobayashi Issa
Analysis of Napping at midday by Kobayashi Issa
Analysis of Last time, I think by Kobayashi Issa
Analysis of It once happened by Kobayashi Issa
Analysis of In this world by Kobayashi Issa
Analysis of In the thicket's shade by Kobayashi Issa
Analysis of Having slept, the cat gets up by Kobayashi Issa
Analysis of Face of the spring moon by Kobayashi Issa
Analysis of Even on the smallest islands by Kobayashi Issa
Analysis of Ducks bobbing on the water by Kobayashi Issa
Analysis of Children imitating cormorants by Kobayashi Issa
Analysis of Asked how old he was by Kobayashi Issa
Analysis of A huge frog and I by Kobayashi Issa
Analysis of A bath when you're born by Kobayashi Issa
Analysis of The Visitor by Carolyn Forché
Analysis of The Morning Baking by Carolyn Forché