These are my completed volumes of poetry. A few consist of a single long poem in parts: Singing in Mariupol, Quickself, School, 1984, 1977.
All the others carry a number of pieces of varying length, from a few lines to several pages. (Guest and Host is an exception, a sonnet-sequence on its own – see introductory note.)
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If you are viewing on a phone, it’s better to rotate your device and view poems in landscape orientation. This ensures that lines of poetry don’t break across two lines and that the poem flows visually as intended – making for a better reading experience.