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  • Poetry
    • Apple Ode
        • First there was the local apple crop, threatening to rot because the harvesters had all gone into the army or war factories. We spent several shining days picking them and were paid in cash for it. Brinker was inspired to write his Apple Ode:
          Our chore
          Is the core
          of the war.
    • A Bartender Dismembered
        • The name of an unfinished poem by Diane after she gets blocked after Sam gets a poem published in the literary magazine ZZYGY, which turns out to be one of her old poems (Season 5 episode 10 Everyone Imitates Art)
    • Coyote
        • Poem by Colin Quinn: "Coyote. Desert Slattern. Stuffed full of blood. Dogs, vomit. Coyote, I love thee." (episode Colin Quinn)
    • The Death Of A Shallow Man
        • The name of an unfinished poem by Diane after she gets blocked after Sam gets a poem published in the literary magazine ZZYGY, which turns out to be one of her old poems (Season 5 episode 10 Everyone Imitates Art)
    • Delusion Angel
        • Jesse and Céline are approached by a man who offers to write them a poem with a word of their choice in it. Jesse and Céline select "milkshake”. The poem was written for the film by the poet David Jewell.
    • Dumped
        • The name of the poem that Joe performs at The Cup, the local college campus coffee house in Season 5 episode Hey, Nineteen.
    • Elegy For Geezer Rock
        • Poem Lisa writes for the day that Geezer Rock is designated a national landmark, later published in her new literary journal, The Red Dress Press. (Season 15 episode Fraudcast News)
    • The Empty Vase
        • The name of the poem that Julio writes for Monica, about all American women. (Season 3 episode The One With All the Jealousy)
    • The Fall of Kang
        • Famed terraformer Professor Gideon Seyetik asks Sisko if he's familiar with the Klingon poet G'Trok. Sisko informs him that The Fall of Kang is required reading at the Academy. (Season 2 episode Second Sight)
    • Forever Damp New record added 6/10/2021
        • Poem by Bull Shannon. (Season 2 episode Battling Bailiff)
        • Lethargically, he trudges down
          To the shore of the big wet sea
          Sensing their fate of impen...
          -ding mud
          His feet seem to cry, "Why me?"
          The slime rises to his ankle bones
          His mind flies far away
          To the time he missed the boat of life
          Hey, nonny, nonny neigh.
    • Frodo, The Paranoid Gnome
        • Matthew writes a poem for Dave, about Dave, and how he's acting paranoid, influenced by The Lord of the Rings. (Season 4 episode Security Door)
    • Hurricane Of Wills
        • The name of an unfinished poem by Diane after she gets blocked after Sam gets a poem published in the literary magazine ZZYGY, which turns out to be one of her old poems (Season 5 episode 10 Everyone Imitates Art)
    • In the Light of Two Moons New record added 5/28/2021
        • Poem by Delenn's friend Shaal Mayan. (Season 1 episode The War Prayer)
    • Moe's: a Tribute
        • Poem that Homer writes when Moe's bar is closed down by the Springfield Board of Health. (Season 16 episode Mommie Beerest)
    • Muse #10
        • Pam sends Ellen a book of her poetry called Muse #10. The back bio page mentions that she's had work published in TriQuarterly, Poetry Northwest and Emergency Horse Magazine. (Season 2 episode Pathfinder)
    • My Lover
        • The name of the poem that Courtney Blake, Joe's new 19 year old girlfriend, performs at The Cup, the local college campus coffee house in Season 5 episode Hey, Nineteen.
    • My Nose Knows
        • Poem that Homer includes in his "Memories" scrapbook that he makes for his kidnappers in Brazil to remember their time together. (Season 13 episode Blame it on Lisa)
    • My Teeth Hurt
        • Poem that Homer includes in his "Memories" scrapbook that he makes for his kidnappers in Brazil to remember their time together. (Season 13 episode Blame it on Lisa)
    • Nocturne By Sam Malone
        • Poem Sam submits to the literary magazine ZZYGY, which turns out to be one of Diane's old poems (Season 5 episode 10 Everyone Imitates Art)
    • Ode To A Cornish Hen
        • Poem by Diane Chambers (Season 4 episode 14 Suspicion)
    • An Onion For Trisha
        • Poem by Trent, one of the hosts of the radio program Teen Scene (Season 9 episode Juvenilia)
    • The Raver's Prayer
        • The prayer the guys recite before going to the Technotopia electronic music festival. "We are one massive tribal village that transcends manmade law..." (Season 4 episode Orgazmo Birth)
    • Shortest War Poem Ever Written
        • In addition to classes and sports and clubs, there was the war. Brinker Hadley could compose his Shortest War Poem Ever Written:
          The War
          Is a bore.
    • The Songs Of The Long Land
        • Poems. Narrator: "There is, or was, a poet. His name was Lallafa, and he wrote what are widely regarded throughout the Galaxy as being the finest poems in existence, the Songs of the Long Land."
    • Terminal Life
        • The name of the poem that Lowell performs at The Cup, the local college campus coffee house in Season 5 episode Hey, Nineteen.
    • A Willing Ignorance
        • Poem by Dwight's relative Fanny Schrute, available on the website Hartfordwomenslit.com (Season 9 episode The Farm)
    • Womb Wood
        • Poem by the Poet: "In the woods of the womb, she walked. In a whirl of red wounds, she fell. Heart bursting like a plum in the bracelets of her breasts."

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