Poems Dead and Undead
Everyman's Library
Year :
September 2014
Book No. : ISBN-13: 978-0-375-71251-7
Edition : 1st
Format : Hardcover (6.3 x 4.4 inches)
Pages : 256
Cover art : Unknown
Illustrations : Unknown
Poems Dead and Undead
Poems Dead and Undead
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Edited by Tony Barnstone and Michelle Mitchell-Foust
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"Dead Man’s Hate" (poem)
Non-REH Contents
"Depraved Cogitation" by  Henry Israeli
"Night Of The Living, Night Of The Dead" by  Kim Addonizio
"Der Totentanz" ("The Dance of the Dead") by  Johann Wolfgang von Goethe
"Zombies" by  Bryan Dietrich
"Puck’s Nighttime Speech" by  William Shakespeare
"On Two Of Signorelli’s Frescoes" by  Eugene Lee Hamilton
1. "The Rising of the Dead"
2. "The Binding of the Lost"
"The Book of the Dead Man (Medusa)" by  Marvin Bell
1. "About the Dead Man and Medusa"
2. "More About the Dead Man and Medusa"
"The Sleeper" by  Edgar Allan Poe
"Metamorphoses of the Vampire" by  Charles Baudelaire
"The Revenant" by  Tony Barnstone
from "The Giaour" by George Gordon, Lord Byron
"All Hallows Eve" by  William Baer
"The Death of Dracula" by  Michael Hulse
"Sarah Winchester, 23 Years Dead, Watches House of Dracula" by Alexandra Teague
"Blade, The Daywalker" by  Tim Siebles
"Blade, Historical" by  Tim Siebles
"The Vampire" by  Conrad Aiken
"Count Orlok" Jim Stewart
"My Childhood Nightmares Unfolded in Serial Narrative" by  Tony Trigilio
"The View From Harold Way" by  Sarah Maclay

"Dead Hoodlums
" by Jorge Luis Borges
"Ghost Tango" by Sholeh Wolpe
"Words for Spring" by Alan Michael Parker
"In the Dust" by Matthew Sweeney
"The Afterlife: Letter to Sam Hamill" by Hayden Carruth
"Nocturne" by Li-young Lee
"We Are Seven" by William Wordsworth
"I last saw my mother" by Gary Young
"One need not be a Chamber to be Haunted" by Emily Dickinson
"Haunted" by Charles Harper Webb
"Ghost House" by Robert Frost
"Daniel" by David Orr
from "Little Gidding" by T. S. Eliot
"Paint" by David Daniel
"The Shadow on the Stone" by Thomas Hardy
"Goodbye to a Poltergeist" by Mark Jarman
"I Only Am Escaped Alone to Tell Thee" by Howard Nemerov
"The Ghost of King Hamlet" by William Shakespeare
"Labuntur et Imputantur" by Ciaran Carson
"Voices from the Other World" by James Merrill
from "The Invisible" by  Charles Simic
"Ghosts" by  Anne Sexton
"Ghost" by  Harold Pinter
"The White Ghosts Richard Garcia
"Hotel Window" by  Edward Hirsch
"The Apparition" by  John Donne
 "Gas-lamp Ghost" by  Richard Hunt
"As If a Phantom Caress’d Me" by  Walt Whitman
"The Inheritance" by  D.H. Lawrence
"The Unquiet Grave" by  Anonymous
"Sonnet 23: Methought I Saw my Late Espoused Saint" by  John Milton
"(Weathervane) Pirate Ship of the Dead" by  Derek Dew
"Blue Dementia" by Yusef Komunyakaa
"The Ghosts" (from The Song of Hiawatha) by  Henry Wordsworth Longfellow
"Great-Grandmother’s Young Ghost" by  Molly Peacock
"In Order to Talk with the Dead" by  Jorge Teillier
"The Panther" by  William Stobb
 "Incantation of the Spirits of Earth and Air" by George Gordon, Lord Byron
from "The Ghosts of the Buffaloes" by  Vachel Lindsay
"The Dead King Eats the Gods" by  Egyptian Pyramid Text
from "Zahhak’s Burning Tehran" by Amin Esmaielpour
from "Hell, Mister Lusk " by Michelle Mitchell-Foust
"Canto XIII: The Wood of Suicides" (from The Inferno) by Dante Alighieri
"Night of Hell" by Arthur Rimbaud
"Satan’s Speech to the Fallen Angels" (from Paradise Lost)  by John Milton
"The Gardener" by Stephen Dobyns
"Mephistopheles" by Boris Pasternak
"Nemesis" by H. P. Lovecraft
"Howl, Part II" by Allen Ginsberg
"The Whale" by Anonymous
"The Whale" by Bishop Theobaldus
from "The Devil’s Walk" by Robert Southey and Samuel Taylor Coleridge
"Lucifer in Starlight" by George Meredith
from "Faust" by Johann Wolfgang von Goethe
"Hades’ Pitch" by Rita Dove
"Devil’s Tattoo" by Nuala ni Dhomhnaill
"In the Pines" by David St. John
"Demons" by Alexander Pushkin
"Deus Ex Machina" by Jennifer Clement
from "The Oldest Legends of Ancestors" by Anonymous
"Sonnet 100" by Fulke Greville, Lord Brooke
"The Second Coming" by William Butler Yeats
"Beast from The Sea (from The Book of Revelation) by Anonymous
"The World" by Christina Rossetti
"Incubus" by Charles Baudelaire
"Enkidu’s Dream of the Underworld (from The Epic of Gilgamesh)
version by Tony Barnstone and Emma Varesio"
by Anonymous
"The Land of the Dead" by (from The Odyssey) by Homer 
"Address" by (from Suite for Emily) by Lynda Hull
"Because I could not stop for Death" by Emily Dickinson
"Flute Playing the Death of Thisbe" by William Shakespeare
"Death to the Dead For Evermore" by Robert Louis Stevenson
"Skeleton" by Suzanne Roberts
"Instructions for a Journey" by   Grace Schulman
"The Angel Opened" by Dana Curtis
"Questions About Angels" by Billy Collins
"Isis Unveiled" by Edward Hirsch
"To Kitty, Who Loved The Sea And Somerset Maugham" by   Helene Cardona
"Halo" by C. K. Williams
from "Psalm 18"  by Anonymous
"God of the Gas Chambers, Where Are You Hiding?" by Willis Barnstone
"The Refinery" by  Robert Pinsky
"Monsters I’ve Met " by Shel Silverstein