Dirty bomb / Mark Neely
- Neely, Mark, 1971-
- Uniform Title:
- Poems. Selections
- Oberlin, Ohio : Oberlin College Press, 
- Physical Description:
- 79 pages ; 23 cm.
- The FIELD Poetry Series ; vol. 35
- Machine generated contents note: I.Never Saw the Sea -- A woman in Dior -- Solomon's Wisdom -- A blade of geese -- At my mother's house I contemplate my teeth -- First a forest burned -- Like a mendicant -- Once I was dangerous -- Uncle Roger roars -- Among the Machines of Virtue -- I hold my breath -- II.Dirty Bomb -- Each year gave us portals -- I step away from the oil fires -- More and more -- Night Birds -- Too good to be police -- Humans are terrible drivers -- The Last Romantics -- I've been destroyed -- Extremist Sonnet -- Dirty Bomb -- III.The South -- Odds -- After a football game -- Three girls -- Painting -- The South -- I jump down from my soapbox -- Those Who Favor Fire -- IV.The Legislature and the Lord Above -- I saw you crossing Delaware -- Heroin chic came back -- The geese had lost their minds -- I like the feeling of my fist -- Poem for the Government -- Social Media -- Slow and stately survives -- Occupy -- Tailed by swirling buzzards I descended -- Paul's Tree Care -- The Legislature and the Lord Above -- V.Give Everything Away -- I want the Internet to stop -- I know what it is to be white -- Celebrity Song -- Photoshop -- I came back from the East -- Retrospective -- Memorize the starry- -- Summer Drowning -- A Comedy -- I left the comfort of the sea -- Tonight I am kicking down the doors.
- 9780932440495 paperback acid-free paper
0932440495 paperback acid-free paper
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