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Agni
Volume: 54 | Year: 2001

Table of Contents:

Aesop
The Two Mice

Homero Aridjis
Sepharad, 1492

April Bernard
Eidetica

Daniel Berrigan
Turn About is Fair
Those I Love Are Subjected Once More to a Familiar Trial
Two Secretaries of State Require Heart Surgery

Jill Bialosky
Subterranean

Teresa Cader
Pure Music
The New Creation

Gunnar Ekelof
Ferrysong

James Galvin
Earthquake (Her Transferrance of Affection)
So Long

Danielle Legros Georges
A Cut

Barbara Helfgott Hyett
In the Ring of Twenty Signs

Perrin Ireland
Guest

John Kinsella
The Trial
The Semiotics of a Truck Overturned in Fog

Maxine Kumin
Capital Punishment
William Remembers the Outbreak of Civil War 1983

Bei Ling
The Face Also Has Bruised Dignity
The Sun Singers

Fred Marchant
Part of It

Glyn Maxwell
Love-Letter for Cell Ten
The Fair that Always Comes
Burning Song
The Flood Towns

Ed Ochester
Butterfly Effect

Sharon Olds
Directly

Stanley Plumly
For Jan Palach, a Name Drawn by Lot, on the Anniversary of His Death the Third Day after Attempted Self-Immolation in Protest of Communist Occupation of Czechoslovakia, January 19, 1969

Rainer Maria Rilke
Adam
Autumn Day

Charles Simic
The Headline

Wislawa Szymborska
A Few Words on the Soul

Natasha Trethewey
Letter
What the Body Can Say

Reetika Vazirani
Nikos at 42
To Angelina from Nikos in His Old Age

Wang Wei
Returning to My Cottage
Cottage at Chunguan Mountain

Adam Zagajewski
The Majesty of Sleep
The Soul

Sayan Zhambalov
My Eyes are the Shimmering Waters

Poets of Interest in this issue:

Jill Bialosky
Subterranean

 

James Galvin
Earthquake (Her Transferrance of Affection); So Long

 

Sharon Olds
Directly

 

Stanley Plumly
For Jan Palach, a Name Drawn by Lot, on the Anniversary of His Death the Third Day after Attempted Self-Immolation in Protest of Communist Occupation of Czechoslovakia, January 19, 1969

 

Charles Simic
The Headline