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The Man Who Delivers Clouds
This selection of poems offers the reader a good introduction to a poet of oxymorons,...
Every Night of Our Lives
The twin themes of domestic adventure and dreams work together in Every Night of Our...
Colour Theory
A letter of apology to Vincent Van Gogh, a flat-footed dialogue with Bernini's Pope Gregory,...
Federico Garcia Lorca: Songs and Ballads
Federico Garcia Lorca regarded his poems, essentially, as verbal music and, in fact, performed each...
True As Moonlight
Anticipation and awareness bud at the start of a new life and bloom with the...
Things My Mother Told Me
These poems are a breath of fresh air -- luminous, feisty, heart-breaking, and fiercely honest....
This long prose poem is the author's translation of the original French version L'Amour panique (1987). The poem serves as a link between Italy and Montreal, analyzing the essence of identity. Set in Paris, this poem is a contemporary exploration of the myth of Ulysses where the personal, the cultural, and the political realms coalesce and question the depersonalization of masks.

"All the waters in rivers cannot remove the ink stains on these fingers. Never alone, and yet totally solitary. An ethical agreement biding me to those who came before me, to those who will follow."
Panick Love

Antonio D'Alfonso
Panick Love
Black Diva: Selected Poems 1982-1986
Flowers in Magnetic Fields
Moon On Wild Grasses
Quartz and Mica
Marimba Forever
Love is a very long word
I Found It at the Movies: An Anthology of Film Poems
The Last Woman: Selected Poems 1991-2001
Canticles I (mmxvii)
Learning to Miss