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Pinyon Poetry (View Fiction) (View
A LATE SPRING, AND AFTER By Robert B. Shaw
AFTER EDEN By Diane Vreuls
AFTER THE INVOCATION By John N. Miller
ARCHAEOLOGY AT MIDNIGHT By Martha McFerren
AROMATICS By Robert B. Shaw
BACK IN THE ANIMAL KINGDOM By Neil Harrison
EVERYTHING BARREN WILL BE BLESSED By Don Thompson
FLOATING HEART By Stuart Friebert
GREENBRIER FOREST By Dabney Stuart
HARVESTING FOG By Luci Shaw
HOW STILL THE RIDDLE By Francine Marie Tolf & Gale Tolf
Poems & Art
IN A KINGDOM OF BIRDS By Ken Fontenot
IN PASSING By John N. Miller
IN THE MIRROR By Michael Miller
INTIMACIES & OTHER DEVICES By Kurt Heinzelman
INTO THIS WORLD By Michael Miller
JUST A TRACE OF MOON By Ken Fontenot
LIFELINES By Michael Miller
MAGICAL, FANTASTICAL, ALPHABETICAL SOUP By Chuck Taylor
NEXT IN LINE By Annette Barnes
ONLY THE ONE SKY By Dabney Stuart
OPEN THE GATES By Dabney Stuart, Art by Susan Elliott
Poems for children and the young at heart, with lively watercolors.
PRODIGAL By Francine Marie Tolf
SKY HARBOR By Miles Waggener
SPILLED MILK By Gary Hotham
STONE'S THROW By Gary Hotham
TABLES By Dabney Stuart
THE WILDERNESS POETRY OF WU XING By Peter Waldor
THE WORLD DOESN'T KNOW YOU By Tim Suermondt
TIME'S BODY By Dabney Stuart
TWO MILES WEST By Gary Lee Entsminger
WHATEVER YOU MAY SAY By Kurt Heinzelman
WINGMAKERS By Britny Cordera, Art by David H. L. Burton
WIRES OVER THE HOMEPLACE By Paul Dickey