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Cedarville Review

2014

Articles 1 - 7 of 7

Full-Text Articles in Poetry

The Firebird, Ex Post Facto, Sam Armstrong May 2014

The Firebird, Ex Post Facto, Sam Armstrong

Cedarville Review

A reimagining of the classic firebird myth.


Factory, Jesse A. Silk May 2014

Factory, Jesse A. Silk

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An imagist poem of a factory scene that describes both the inside of the factory and a view of it in the evening sky from the highway.


What My Hands Hold Now, Eli Pyles May 2014

What My Hands Hold Now, Eli Pyles

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"What My Hands Hold Now" symbolizes the changing of seasons, written at a time when my life was in transition.


Teach A Little Boy Music, Jesse A. Silk May 2014

Teach A Little Boy Music, Jesse A. Silk

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This poem describes the settings of a child's life, predominately his playing a piano, and considers purity and innocence and the desperation to hold onto them amidst the impending complexity and hardship of experience.


Night Watch, Eli Pyles May 2014

Night Watch, Eli Pyles

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"Night Watch" is an attempt to get inside the brain and heart of a typical dog. The poem does not speak to any known reality but rather to my perceptions of dogs in southern, rundown neighborhoods.


We Judge The Soil, Sam Armstrong May 2014

We Judge The Soil, Sam Armstrong

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A poem exploring soil judging and familial life in an agrarian community.


Dirt, Elise M. Parsons May 2014

Dirt, Elise M. Parsons

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