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Don't Complain That There's No Sauerkraut!
Abortion
Aira Force
As My Mother Lay Dying
An Augustinian Tragedy
Avogadro
Charles Baudelaire (1821-1867), The End of the Day [translation]
Charles Baudelaire (1821-1867), The Metamorphoses of the Vampire [translation]
Charles Baudelaire (1821-1867), To a Woman Who is Too Cheerful [translation]
The Bitch
Conflict
Contact Dermatitis
A Debt to Hegel
Disappointment: A Metasonnet
Dust
Emily Brontë's Identity Crisis
An Encounter (for BSA)
Epistemology (for GLK)
Epistle to a Dead Lover
Flowers: A Dream
Fortune Cookie
The 42-Line Burble (a circular exercise in free association)
Future Eyes
Gloria
Grimmesdämmerung
Gynandros: The Anticipator of Death
Hairy Samson
A Hippopotamus in the Rhine
How to Write a Poem
Hubris
I Dreamed I Was Teaching at Princeton
Iliados A, 49
Immortality
Involvement
Little Toy Manhattan, 4/24/09
Morphine
My Bladder is My Alarm Clock
My Garden
On Reading Poetry in a Car Service Waiting Room
On Recognizing Myself in Another’s Poem
Penelope
Poem Found Among the Directions in the 1975 edition of
The Joy of Cooking
Power: A Reverie
Procrastination
Race Relations
Ruminations
The Secret Kid
The Self-Referentially Ever-Developing Meta-Pastoral
Sisyphus
Sonnet on Plagiarism
Subjectivity: A Myth
Teenage Poetry
Things, Part 1
Things, Part 2
The Toad Not Taken
Georg Trakl (1887-1914), De Profundis [translation]
Georg Trakl (1887-1914), Evening Melancholy [translation]
Georg Trakl (1887-1914), In Red Foliage Full of Guitars ... [translation]
Georg Trakl (1887-1914), Rats [translation]
Georg Trakl (1887-1914), Ravens [translation]
Georg Trakl (1887-1914), The Stormy Evening [translation]
A Walk Along Ullswater
What If?
When a Musician Dies
Yo! Let Me Sleep!
The poet's statement: "My main
influences in writing poetry have
been - in no particular order:
Alexander Pope, William
Shakespeare, Paul Verlaine,

Lewis Carroll, Johann Wolfgang
von Goethe, Edward Lear, The
Beats, Homer, Charles Baudelaire,
Dr. Seuss, William Wordsworth,
Deborah Boe, T.S. Eliot, John
Lennon, Robert Frost, and e.e.
cummings."