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We Mad Climb Shaky Ladders
Pamela Spiro Wagner

Cavankerry Press



Contents

• Dedication – Pamela Spiro Wagner
• How to Read a Poem: Beginner's Manual
• Introduction – Mary B. O'Malley MD, PhD
• Foreword – Baron Wormser
• BEGINNINGS
• Eating the Earth
• Solo for Two
• Here
• Ambivalence
• Junior Miss
• Fusion
• My Mother was Medea
• Our Mothers' Daughters
• Beggar at the Feast
• Evening Land
• ILLNESS
• Offering
• To a Repeat Offender • Food Sentence
• Paranoia
• Poem in Which Paranoia Strikes at the Grocery Store
• Spassky in Reykjavick, 1972
• Voices
• Barricade
• Acrophobia
• To Those Who Believe We Are Living in the Last Days, I Say
• Manic-Depressive
• Caduceus
• On Radio Waves and Me, Myself, and I
• The Long and Short of the Swiss
• Verdict: Guilty of a Pulse
• Grandiose
• Word Salad
• Mortal Choices
• The Catatonic Speaks
• No
• Too Much
• RECOVERY
• Recuperating
• Anabasis
• After the Fact
• What to do with a Dream
• What you Know and When you Know It
• Poem That Can Forget but Not Forgive
• The Poet at a School Dance
• Reunion
• COPING
• Efficacious Prayer
• Mea Culpa
• In Memoriam Memoriae
• Words Before the Party
• Rehearsal
• Spelling Bee
• Lou Gehrig's Man
• Three, for Those Left Behind
• You Were a Poet Once
• Poem
• Poem Written While the Refrigerator Defrosts
• Woman Reading Her Mail
• The Prayers of a Mathematician
• BEGINNING AGAIN
• To Forgive Is...
• Acknowledgments  

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