Stephen Dunn

Stephen Dunn Poems

1. At The Smithville Methodist Church 7/23/2015
2. Sweetness 8/24/2015
3. Story 8/25/2015
4. Allegory of the Cave 9/18/2015
5. Always Something More Beautiful 12/1/2015
6. Essay On The Personal 6/1/2016
7. Welcome 8/11/2016
8. Mrs. Cavendish and the Dancer 1/5/2018
9. Checklist 1/5/2018
10. Connubial 1/5/2018
11. Dismantling the House 1/5/2018
12. In Love, His Grammar Grew 1/5/2018
13. Mary Shelley in Brigantine 1/5/2018
14. Plaisir 1/5/2018
15. Propositions 1/5/2018
16. Salvation 1/5/2018
17. The Snowmass Cycle 1/5/2018
18. Beyond Hammonton 1/5/2018
19. Charlotte Bronte in Leeds Point 6/2/2015
20. What Goes On 6/8/2015
21. The Metaphysicians Of South Jersey 12/21/2015
22. To A Terrorist 2/13/2015
23. Here And Now 12/1/2014
24. The Routine Things Around The House 12/17/2014
25. The Kiss 11/20/2014

Comments about Stephen Dunn

  • David Wood David Wood (9/22/2015 10:04:00 AM)

    I'd like to see you comment on my Things to Get poem and poets comments.

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  • Hollie Getter (4/16/2008 11:56:00 AM)

    Where are sweetness and sadness? They are my favorites.

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Best Poem of Stephen Dunn

The Kiss

How many years I must have yearned
for someone's lips against mind.
Pheromones, newly born, were floating
between us. There was hardly any air.

She kissed me again, reaching that place
that sends messages to toes and fingertips,
then all the way to something like home.
Some music was playing on its own.

Nothing like a woman who knows
to kiss the right thing at the right time,
then kisses the things she's missed.
How had I ever settled for less?

I was thinking this is intelligence,
this is the wisest tongue
since the Oracle got into a ...

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To A Terrorist

For the historical ache, the ache passed down
which finds its circumstance and becomes
the present ache, I offer this poem

without hope, knowing there's nothing,
not even revenge, which alleviates
a life like yours. I offer it as one

might offer his father's ashes

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