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092    811.6|bHOW 
245 10 How did this happen? :|bpoems for the not so young anymore
       /|cedited by Mary D. Esselman & Elizabeth Ash Velez. 
246 30 Poems for the not so young anymore 
264  1 New York :|bGrand Central Publishing,|c2017. 
300    231 pages ;|c17 cm 
336    text|2rdacontent 
337    unmediated|2rdamedia 
338    volume|2rdacarrier 
505 00 |gInsult (When you don't recognize yourself in the 
       mirror). |t42 AND female / |rSarah Silverman -- |tThat it 
       is a road / |rAriwara no Narihira -- |tSolitaire / 
       |rDeborah Landau -- |tBeing called ma'am /|rFaith Shearin 
       -- |tTired sex /|rChana Bloch -- |tSelf-portrait at 38 /
       |rJennifer Tonge -- |tMirror /|rSylvia Plath -- |tTell us 
       a story, Grandma /|rNatalie Wise -- |tThe young /|rRoddy 
       Lumsden -- |tFrom Herakles /|rEuripides -- |t35/10 /
       |rSharon Olds -- |tInto my heart an air that kills /|rA.E.
       Housman -- |tThe difference between despair /|rEmily 
       Dickinson. |gInjury (When you realize aging is a thing). 
       |tNovember night /|rAdelaide Crapsey -- |tWhat the flesh 
       is heir to /|rMoira Egan -- |tThe balloon of the mind /
       |rWilliam Butler Yeats -- |tI wake and feel the fell of 
       dark, not day /|rGerard Manley Hopkins -- |tNot flashing 
       but waving /|rMoira Egan -- |tMammogram /|rJo McDougall --
       |tAt the gynecologist's /|rLinda Pastan -- |tAt fifty /
       |rEric Rawson -- |tMinutes, years /|rDeborah Landau -- |tA
       human calculation /|rDeborah Garrison -- |tFixed interval 
       /|rDevin Johnston -- |tWhy you travel /|rGail Mazur -- 
       |tFrom Epodes /|rHorace -- |tFrom The Testament /
       |rFrancois Villon -- |tPied beauty /|rGerard Manley 
       Hopkins -- |twhat they did yesterday afternoon /|rWarsan 
       Shire -- |tDown Time's quaint stream /|rEmily Dickinson. 
       |gDefiance (When you think you can make it all go away). 
       |tIndian Summer /|rDorothy Parker -- |tYou see, I want a 
       lot /|rRainer Maria Rilke -- |tGold lipstick and the end 
       of summer /|rMelissa Broder -- |tThe bearded woman /|rJane
       Hirshfield -- |tthere is a girl inside /|rLucille Clifton 
       -- |tWig, rouge, honey /|rGaius Lucilius -- |tSelected 
       "Plastic surgery haiku" / |rAmy Poehler -- |tMuch madness 
       is divinest sense /|rEmily Dickinson -- |tSnow White turns
       39 /|rAnne Sheldon -- |tTo be of use /|rMarge Piercy -- 
       |tLifeguard /|rClaudia Emerson -- |twhat resembles the 
       grave but isn't /|rAnne Boyer. |gDread (When you realize 
       you can't even). |tI don't have a pill for that /|rDeborah
       Landau -- |tBruises /|rJane Hirshfield -- |tMatins /
       |rLouise Gluck -- |tEver /|rMeghan O'Rourke -- |tLines 
       written on the eve of a birthday /|rKelly Cherry -- 
       |tPorcupine meditation /|rMargaret Atwood -- |tWaking up /
       |rZhu Shuzhen -- |tCoda /|rDorothy Parker -- |tit was a 
       dream /|rLucille Clifton -- |t"Long live the weeds" /
       |rTheodore Roethke. |gGrit (When you find a way to live 
       with yourself). |tFrom the Sulta Nipata -- |tDawn 
       revisited /|rRita Dove -- |tLove after love /|rDerek 
       Walcott -- |tPeople who eat in coffee shops /|rEdward 
       Field -- |tsugar is smoking /|rJason Schneiderman -- 
       |tCaroline County /|rElizabeth Ash Velez -- |tMele in 
       Gabbia /|rJane Hirshfield -- |tWoman, mined /|rCarolyn 
       Creedon -- |tStrewn /|rBarbara Crooker -- |tA wife 
       explains why she likes country /|rBarbara Ras -- |tWalking
       in the woods /|rGrace Paley -- |tOld Mary /|rGwendolyn 
       Brooks -- |tWhat the living do /|rMarie Howe -- |tToday /
       |rFrank O'Hara -- |tI dwell in possibility /|rEmily 
       Dickinson. |gGrace (When you find a way to live in the 
       world). |tComing up into the light /|rJulie Williams -- 
       |tThe gate /|rMarie Howe -- |tMilkweed /|rJames Wright -- 
       |tPostscript /|rSeamus Heaney -- |tThe conditional /|rAda 
       Limon -- |tGreen apples /|rRuth Stone -- |tA little tooth 
       /|rThomas Lux -- |tFrom The Tempest /|rWilliam Shakespeare
       -- |tFrom Song of Myself /|rWalt Whitman -- |tJapanese 
       maple /|rClive James -- |tOf mere being /|rWallace Stevens
       -- |tSolstice poem, iv /|rMargaret Atwood -- |tHere / 
       |rGrace Paley. 
520    From the bestselling authors of The Hell with Love, a 
       fierce, funny, touching collection that takes the sting 
       out of "aging while female."  
650  0 Aging|vPoetry. 
650  0 Older women|vPoetry. 
700 1  Esselman, Mary D.,|eeditor. 
700 1  Velez, Elizabeth Ash,|eeditor. 
700 1  Silverman, Sarah.|t42 AND female. 
700 1  Landau, Deborah,|cPh.D.|tSolitaire. 
700 1  Shearin, Faith.|tBeing called ma'am. 
700 1  Bloch, Chana,|d1940-.|tTired sex. 
700 1  Plath, Sylvia.|tMirror. 
700 1  Wise, Natalie.|tTell us a story, Grandma. 
700 1  Lumsden, Roddy,|d1966-.|tThe young. 
700 0  Euripides.|tHeracles. 
700 1  Olds, Sharon.|t35/10. 
700 1  Housman, A. E.|q(Alfred Edward),|d1859-1936.|tInto my 
       heart an air that kills. 
700 1  Dickinson, Emily,|d1830-1886.|tThe difference between 
       despair. 
700 1  McDormand, Frances.|tLaugh lines. 
700 1  Crapsey, Adelaide,|d1878-1914.|tNovember night. 
700 1  Egan, Moira,|d1962-|tWhat the flesh is heir to. 
700 1  Yeats, W. B.|q(William Butler),|d1865-1939.|tThe balloon 
       of the night. 
700 1  Hopkins, Gerard Manley,|d1844-1889.|tI wake and feel the 
       fell of dark, not day. 
700 1  Egan, Moira,|d1962-|tNot flashing but waving. 
700 1  McDougall, Jo.|tMammogram. 
700 1  Pastan, Linda,|d1932-|tAt the gynecologist's. 
700 1  Rawson, Eric.|tAt fifty. 
700 1  Landau, Deborah,|cPh.D.|tMinutes, years. 
700 1  Garrison, Deborah.|tA human calculation. 
700 1  Johnston, Devin.|tFixed interval. 
700 1  Mazur, Gail.|tWhy you travel. 
700 0  Horace.|tEpodae.|kSelections. 
700 1  Villon, François,|d1431-1463.|tGrant testament.|lEnglish.
       |kSelection. 
700 1  Hopkins, Gerard Manley,|d1844-1889.|tPied beauty. 
700 1  Shire, Warsan,|d1988-|twhat they did yesterday afternoon. 
700 1  Dickinson, Emily,|d1830-1886.|tDown Time's quaint stream. 
700 1  Parker, Dorothy,|d1893-1967.|tIndian Summer. 
700 1  Rilke, Rainer Maria,|d1875-1926.|tYou see I want a lot. 
700 1  Broder, Melissa.|tGold lipstick and the end of summer. 
700 1  Hirshfield, Jane,|d1953-.|tThe bearded woman. 
700 1  Clifton, Lucille,|d1936-2010.|tThere is a girl inside. 
700 1  Lucilius, Gaius,|dapproximately 180 B.C.-approximately 102
       B.C.|tWig, rouge, honey. 
700 1  Poehler, Amy,|d1971-|tPlastic surgery haiku. 
700 1  Dickinson, Emily,|d1830-1886.|tMuch madness is divinest 
       sense. 
700 1  Dickinson, Emily,|d1830-1886.|tSnow White turns 39. 
700 1  Piercy, Marge.|tTo be of use. 
700 1  Emerson, Claudia,|d1957-2014.|tLifeguard. 
700 1  Boyer, Anne,|d1973-|tWhat resembles the grave but isn't. 
700 1  Landau, Deborah,|cPh.D.|tI don't have a pill for that. 
700 1  Paley, Grace.|tHere. 
700 1  Schneiderman, Jason.|tSugar is smoking. 
700 1  Howe, Marie,|d1950-|tThe gate. 
700 1  Landau, Deborah,|cPh.D.|tBruises. 
700 1  Glück, Louise,|d1943-|tMatins. 
700 1  O'Rourke, Meghan.|tEver. 
700 1  Cherry, Kelly.|tLines written on the eve of a birthday. 
700 1  Atwood, Margaret.|tPorcupine meditation. 
700 1  Zhu, Shuzhen.|tWaking up. 
700 1  Parker, Dorothy,|d1893-1967.|tCoda. 
700 1  Clifton, Lucille,|d1936-2010.|tIt was a dream. 
700 1  Roethke, Theodore,|d1908-1963.|tLong live the weeds. 
700 1  Dove, Rita.|tDawn revisited. 
700 1  Walcott, Derek.|tLove after love. 
700 1  Field, Edward,|d1924-|tPeople who eat in coffee shops. 
700 1  Velez, Elizabeth Ash.|tCaroline County. 
700 1  Hirshfield, Jane,|d1953-|tMele in Gabbia. 
700 1  Creedon, Carolyn.|tWoman mined. 
700 1  Crooker, Barbara,|d1945-|tStrewn. 
700 1  Ras, Barbara.|tA wife explains why she likes country. 
700 1  Paley, Grace.|tWalking in the woods. 
700 1  Brooks, Gwendolyn,|d1917-2000.|tOld Mary. 
700 1  Howe, Marie,|d1950-|tWhat the living do. 
700 1  O'Hara, Frank,|d1926-1966.|tToday. 
700 1  Dickinson, Emily,|d1830-1886.|tI dwell in possibility. 
700 1  Williams, Julie,|d1948 September 2-|tComing up into the 
       light. 
700 1  Wright, James,|d1927-1980.|tMilkweed. 
700 1  Heaney, Seamus,|d1939-2013.|tPostscript. 
700 1  Limón, Ada.|tThe conditional. 
700 1  Stone, Ruth.|tGreen apples. 
700 1  Lux, Thomas,|d1946-2017.|tA little tooth. 
700 1  Shakespeare, William,|d1564-1616.|tTempest.|kSelections. 
700 1  Whitman, Walt,|d1819-1892.|tFrom song of myself. 
700 1  James, Clive,|d1939-|tJapanese maple. 
700 1  Stevens, Wallace,|d1879-1955.|tOf mere being. 
700 1  Atwood, Margaret.|tSolstice poem iv. 
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