17.2, Fall/Winter 1990

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Adrienne Sharp, Big Boy
William Caverlee, Arcs
David A. Portz, Sensitive Man
Susan Wolf Johnson, Blue Avenue
Naomi R. Rand, Santayana Speaks: Those Who Do Not Study History. . .
Geoffrey Becker, Kool Master D and Short Time
Anitra Peebles Sheen, Thirst
Proctor Zanger, Tilth
Melanie Bishop, Taking Care of Calvin
John Pesta, Yellow Jackets
Catherine Francis, Wants and Desires

Phillip Dacey, To the God Poseidon
William Hathaway, A Close Call
D.C. Berry, Sidewalk
D.C. Berry, Shadow
C.D. Runyon, To A Scorpion Preserved in a Glass Necklace
Lisa Horton Zimmerman, Persian Gulf, January 25, 1991
Lisa Horton Zimmerman, How I see It
Don A. Hoyt, Innocent Action
Pat James, Homage
Pat James, Possession
Pat James, Cripples Islands
R.T. Smith, Lustre
Allan Peterson, I Think Rex
Jeff Worley, Phantom Limb
Barbara Presnell, He’s Packed Up All His Zane Greys
David Rigsbee, The Rescue
Andrew Dillon, Small Town in the Midwest
John A Holbrook, Petition to Common Sense
Rob Rubin, The exit sign
Maria Theresa Maggi, Praying for Passion
Charles Edward Eaton, Front Porch Glider
Francine Witte, Dawn as a Work In Progress
Christine M. Gelineau, Crochet
Christine M. Gelineau, Raspberries

Katherine Zapanatis, Infant Bonds of Joy by Roger Weingarten
Lynn Butler Schiffhorst, The House In the Sand: Prose Poems by Pablo Neruda and translated by Dennis Mahoney and Clark M. Zlotchew
Gail Regier, Forty-Four Ambitions for the Piano by Lola Haskins