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Blackberry Eating
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"You Say 'I Will Come'"
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A vertical red poster features the poem The Love Poems of Marichiko by Kenneth Rexroth in black text.
The Love Poems of Marichiko
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A white question mark is set against a bright yellow background. The poem, The Question, by Karla Kuskin is written in black text.
The Question
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A lime green poster with blue and black bars features the poem The Panther by Rainer Maria Rilke written in white text.
The Panther
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A black and purple poster features the poem Window by Carl Sandburg written in white text.
Window
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A gold and black poster features the poem Transit by Richard Wilbur. A silhouette of a moving person is in the background.
Transit
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A white poster with purple snowflakes resembling flowers features a poem titled Winter Poem by Nikki Giovanni.
Winter Poem
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A bright red poster features the poem Let there be new flowering by Lucille Clifton written in white text. The poster is decorated with two yellow flowers and a yellow patch resembling a splotch of paint.
Let there be new flowering
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A square poster depicting a jumble of blue, purple, and black letters features a poem titled Hermandad by Octavio Paz.
Brotherhood
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A white poster features the poem Sandinista Advioncitos by Lawrence Ferlinghetti. A red graphic depicts a kneeling person clutching a butterfly. A red leaf floats in the right corner.
Sandinista Advioncitos
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A purple poster features the poem Listen to the Mustn’ts by Shel Silverstein written in white, black and yellow text. Behind the poem light purple rays extend up and out.
Listen to the Mustn'ts
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A lime green poster with interlinking circles features the poem, For Friendship by Robert Creeley written in brown text.
For Friendship
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A white poster with an abstract gold design features the poem, Four in the Morning by Wislawa Szymborska written in black and red text.
Four in the Morning
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A green and white poster resembling a visa features the poem, Happiness by Stephen Dunn. The poem is written in grey and white text and is set against thick black strips.
Happiness
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A white poster features the poem, I imagine Angels by Guillaume Apollinaire written in light brown text. The poem takes the shapes of two ovals. Blue and yellow lines ribbon among them.
I Imagine Angels
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Purple poster resembling lined paper features a poem titled First Grade by William Stafford in white text. Behind the text, names from the poem appear in large magenta letters.
First Grade
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Aspects of Eve
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A Man Said to the Universe
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Happiness
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