It used to be full of stars, but now I'm full of scars.
Somewhere near Walt Whitman I got lost in:
pastoral elegy To the Leaven'd Soil They Trod Poet Battle of Camden The Return of the Heroes The Marriage of Heaven and Hell I Saw Old General at Bay The British Invasion of Tibet open letter Every artist is a cannibal, every poet is a thief Do not weep, maiden, for war is kind Rhetoric Ignu The World Below the Brine A Sea Symphony Tennessee Williams 666 I wanted you to want me You are not special May 31, 2000 Give Me the Splendid Silent Sun Earth, My LikenessCamden Town The Steampunk Trilogy Brave New World IRC This Compost A Clear Midnight Oversoul Lord Byron Ogden Nash If You See God First Tell Him Shit Got Worse free verse As Toilsome I Wander'd Virginia's Woods Song for All Seas, All Ships The Base of all Metaphysics Wolves, Lower First Manassas Thandie Newton July 3, 2008 Robin Hood: Men in Tights Dirge for Two Veterans The east and the west are mine, and the north and the south are mine. William S. Burroughs As Consequent, Etc. Paper Towns Lopezian nicknames What is Everything? Race of Veterans United States Military Bugle Calls Reversals Ring Lardner You're a poet and you don't even know it Bookseller Why the college fraternity and sorority system is ridiculous Holism sand To the Garden the World Black Sox Unicode John Steinbeck Benjamin Franklin A Song for Occupations Paterson Panegyric Wallow post-civil war art Lawn Final Notations To Thee Old Cause A Sight in Camp in the Daybreak Gray and Dim I Dream'd in a Dream In Paths Untrodden equilibrium point hypothesis Ethiopia Saluting the Colors November 11, 2004 Out of the Rolling Ocean the CrowdBehold This Swarthy Face Sandro Botticelli serial killer Song of the Broad-Axe I Started Early, Took My Dog Heraclitus Auster To a Certain Civilian By the Bivouac's Fitful Flame Emily Dickinson "Pity, Sympathy and People Discussing Me" From Pent-up Aching Rivers O Captain! My Captain! We Two Boys Together Clinging Over the Carnage Rose Prophetic a Voice Visor'd The last night of the earth poems Chivalry Where organized religion lost me When Lilacs Last in the Dooryard Bloom'd I Hear it was Charged Against Me Delicate Cluster What Think You I Take my Pen in Hand? D.H. Lawrence booyah Leaves of Grass Year that Trembled and Reel'd Beneath Me North American PoetryYawp By Blue Ontario's Shore Whoever You Are Holding Me Now in Hand cynical extranet Soul Goals for Suckers The love that dare not speak its name John Barth Hawthorn After The Fall poetry Bull Durham Victory comes late Edwin Arlington Robinson Randall Jarrell reconciliation To a Certain Cantatrice Are You the New Person Drawn Toward Me? A Supermarket in California The difference between being "naked" and being "nekkid" John Sundman Poem Hush'd Be the Camps To-Day Have you felt so proud to get at the meaning of poems? Song Of Myself I had not thought death had undone so many Yam Carl Sandburg Cavalry Crossing a Ford Of the Terrible Doubt of Appearances Abraham Lincoln This Dust Was Once the Man Dream Log: June 15, 2003 O Hymen! O Hymenee! Java Jingle Bob Dylan I'm no Whitman... Thomas Wolfe on an airplane juggling rings American Literature Adieu to a Soldier The Moon and Antarctica On the Beach at Night Alone Beseech Mark Twain To a Stranger No Labor-Saving Machine Wisdom is not finally tested in schools Who Learns My Lesson Complete? A Leaf for Hand in Hand Come Up From the Fields Father synecdoche John Addington Symonds New Jerseyan I Hear America Singing Henry David Thoreau A Citizen's Unfinished Sketch of Metro Detroit Ahoy Me Imperturbe Here the Frailest Leaves of Me Unnamed Lands omnisexual The sky is low, the clouds are mean pre As I Lay With My Head in Your Lap Camerado thought James Whitcomb Riley Republic of Tea The Delicate Art of the Rifle The beautiful way that two people fit together Turmeric Huntington, New York Benvenuto Cellini freedom When I Read the Book An Army Corps on the March Willa Cather As the portals also death What RU-486 means to me When I Peruse the Conquer'd Fame I Heard You, Solemn-sweet Pipes of the Organ NatureThese I Singing In Spring August 4, 2005 Anamorphic sestina I peer at the ball game, tired of Whitman, tired of wanting to be great. 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June 20, 2001 Useful Latin phrases Summer Wind George Washington's 1792 State of the Union Address Slim Whitman The inadequacy of language as a medium for communication Easter Egg Poems Stopping by Woods on a Snowy EveningGet the fuck out of my office For Thee It Rings Uncertain Sounds Under a Telephone Pole I sing for you, Walt Whitman: Verse IX eternal August 5, 2005 Nobody writes poetry about science Camille Corot Parade rest One Hour to Madness and Joy Everybody likes flowers The Democratic Circus Forever Crossing Brooklyn Ferry a tech support story that a friend told me that you might find amusing Pelé And your very flesh shall become a great poem Rise O Days from your Fathomless Deeps A Noiseless Patient Spider Song of the Banner at Daybreak Klaus Hartmann antebellum Virginia - The West Minny Quigley Spinoza's Argument for the Existence of God hose clamp Walt Whitman's Niece Gwendolyn Brooks classic literature Kill the Poor anyone lived in a pretty how town Fernando Pessoa Petit the Poet O Pioneers! postmodernism grave Discover me so by faint indirections Fragments Icicle The Gray Mound