37, by Catullus

# 507, by Larry Eigner

“830 Fireplace Road,” by John Yau

“1,968 Winters,” by Jackie Earley

“A Cloudless Walk,” by Richard Long

“A Preface,” by Idris Goodwin

“A Sandal Dropped in a Swamp,” by Ngo Tu Lap

“An altered look about the hills,” by Emily Dickinson

“Ancestry,” by Sean Hewitt

“Archaic Torso of Apollo,” by Rainer Maria Rilke

“Aquarium,” by Melissa Stein

“At Shedd Aquarium,” by Robyn Schiff

“Autumn Refrain,” by Wallace Stevens

“Broken Pattern,” by Bo Carpelan

“Cape Coast Castle,” by Yusef Komunyakaa

“Cartoon Featurette,” by Kevin Prufer

“Childhood,” by Joe Bolton

“Dangers,” by Rodney Jones

“Do Not Go Gentle into That Good Night,” by Dylan Thomas

“Dulce et Decorum Est,” by Wilfred Owen

“Elegy Ending in the Sound of a Skipping Rope,” by Larry Levis

“este día comenzó” by Mara Pastor

“Ethics,” by Linda Pastan

“Fatima,” by Laura Kasischke

“For Mary Ann Youngren,” by Frank Bidart

“Friendship,” by John Matthias

“Ghazal 1,” by Hafez

“Goodfriday, 1613. Riding Westward.,” by John Donne

Gunslinger, by Ed Dorn

“Half an Hour,” by C. P. Cavafy

“Home is So Sad,” by Philip Larkin

“How My Sister, My Mother and I Still Travel Down Balwearie Road,” by Mark Jarman

“How to Write the Great American Indian Novel,” by Sherman Alexie

“Horseflies,” by Robert Wrigley

“I Remember Galileo,” by Gerald Stern

“I sink back upon the ground . . . ,” by David Ignatow

“If We Must Die,” by Claude McKay

“Lachrymae Christi,” by Hart Crane

“Last Statement for a Last Oracle,” by Alan Dugan

“leda 1,” “leda 2,” and “leda 3,” by Lucille Clifton

“Luke II,” by Robert Crashaw

“Magical Thinking,” by Lynda Hull

“Mary Magdalene’s Left Foot,” by Andrew Hudgins

“MCMXIV,” by Philip Larkin

“Migraine: Aura and Aftermath,” by Claudia Emerson

“Mock Orange,” by Louise Gluck

“Mr Cogito Studies His Face in the Mirror,” by Zbigniew Herbert

“My Dream by Henry James,” by Michael Ryan

“My Mother Would be a Falconress,” by Robert Duncan

“My Philosophy of Life,” by John Ashbery

“Myth,” by Natasha Trethewey

“Of Being Numerous” (section 15), by George Oppen

“One Art,” by Elizabeth Bishop

“Perfect Pitch,” by Erica Lehrer

“Plague Victims Catapulted over Walls into Besieged City,” by Thomas Lux

“Poem,” by Elizabeth Bishop

Poem ["The eager note on my door said, 'Call me,'"], by Frank O’Hara

“Politics,” by W. B. Yeats

“Prone, November,” by Louise Mathias

“Rowing,” by Anne Sexton

“Song of Napalm,” by Bruce Weigl

“Slam, Dunk, & Hook,” by Yusef Komunyakaa

“Sleeping on the Wing,” by Frank O’Hara

Sleeping with the Dictionary, by Harryette Mullen

“Small Frogs Killed on the Highway,” by James Wright

“Song for the Last Act,” by Louise Bogan

“Sonnet 3 (From Dante’s Sixth Sonnet),” by Robert Duncan

Sonnet 100, by Fulke Greville

“Street Corner,” by Brenda Hillman

“The Afterlife,” by Stan Rice

“The Dancing,” by Gerald Stern

“The Fire,” by Deborah Parédez

“The Flea,” by John Donne

“The Imperfect Enjoyment,” by John Wilmot, Earl of Rochester

“The Incognito Lounge,” by Denis Johnson

“The Rose,” by Jean Valentine

“The Search Party,” by William Matthews

“The Thorn,” by William Wordsworth

“The Wall,” by Donald Justice

“Thieves,” by Anne Perez Hattori

“Time Problem,” by Brenda Hillman

“To a Strayed Cat,” by Stephen Jonas

“To Spring,” by William Blake

“Vacationland,” by Dean Young

“[We married in a taxi],” by Shane McCrae

“What He Thought,” by Heather McHugh


“Who are you and whom do you love?,” by Jacqueline Jones LaMon

“Wildly Constant,” by Anne Carson

“Wompoo Fruit Dove,” by Cally Conan-Davies

“You are fortunate . . . ,” by Vidyakara

“You, Therefore,” by Reginald Shepherd


And more still to come this spring, including: 

“A rake in the garden.  The garden,” by Joshua Beckman

“exactly the forehead…,” by Krystyna Milobedzka

“The Explosion,” by William Matthews

“First Times Together,” by Arseny Tarkovsky

from Slightly Moving Figures, by James Sacre

Madonna and Child, Perryton, Texas, 1967,” by B. H. Fairchild

“Necessary and Impossible,” by Henri Cole

“On the Death of Friends in Childhood,” by Donald Justice

“Passenger,” by Jorie Graham

Poetry by Theognis

“Sleeping in Dick Cheney’s Bed,” by Brian Turner

“They all ran to look out,” “I see my father looking out the window,” and “Why not look out?,” by Fabio Morabito

“this day began,” by Mara Pastor

“When the Neighbors Fight,” by Terrance Hayes