What Time Is It?
and other poems
Marcia Lee Anderson
This is a book of poems written by my great-aunt Marcia. She is the sister of my mother's
father and is not an Oursland. I wanted to honor her by making her poety available here
for all to enjoy.
These poems were published in a book in 1997. I've included all of the information in the
hardcopy in case you would like a copy. The print is not included since I have not received
permission to put it online yet.
What Time Is it?
Fear Of Falling
God As Artist
Look To The Earth
"Woman in the Lap of Death" A Woodcut by Kathe Kollwitz
Drunk in the Subway
To a Young Archaeologist
Inside a College Room
Lord of Language
Reflections on an Auto by a Mountain Lake
Propemptikon: Night Letter to a Traveller Bound for Greece
How Durable Is Love!
Debate of the Body and the Soul
A Problem in Aesthetics
Eve and the Isotope
Is Someone Looking At Me?
About the Poet
"Woman in the Lap of Death," a woodcut by Käthe
Kollwitz, is reproduced with the permission of The Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York City.
Some of the poems were first published in other
journals: The American Scholar, Poetry Chap-Book,
Saturday Review of Literature, Voices, Washington
Copyright 1997 by Marcia Lee Anderson. All rights reserved.
Published by Stafford Books, an imprint of
Desktop Publishers of Memphis, Inc
3435 Spottswood Avenue, Memphis, Tennessee 38111
Typography and Cover by Robin S. Davis
Printed in Memphis, Tennessee
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