And the Trains Go On

Philip Levine

 

 

 

Poems by This Author

A New Day by Philip Levine
A Story by Philip Levine
Everyone loves a story. Let's begin with a house
Coming Close by Philip Levine
Take this quiet woman, she has been
Drum by Philip Levine
In the early morning before the shop
Gospel by Philip Levine
The new grass rising in the hills,
M. Degas Teaches Art & Science at Durfee Intermediate School, Detroit 1942 by Philip Levine
On 52nd Street by Philip Levine
Down sat Bud, raised his hands,
Our Valley by Philip Levine
We don't see the ocean, not ever, but in July and August
The Two by Philip Levine
When he gets off work at Packard, they meet


Further Reading

Poems about Travel
Don’t Let Me Be Lonely [On the bus two women argue]
by Claudia Rankine
Baudelaire in Airports
by Amy King
California Plush
by Frank Bidart
Cattails
by Nikky Finney
Dark Matter
by Jack Myers
Evening Song
by Sherwood Anderson
Flying
by Sarah Arvio
Go Greyhound
by Bob Hicok
I am Raftery the Poet
by Anthony Raftery
Looking for The Gulf Motel
by Richard Blanco
Manifest Destiny
by Cynthia Lowen
Out-of-the-Body Travel
by Stanley Plumly
Passing Through Albuquerque
by John Balaban
Road Warriors
by Charles Wright
Slow Waltz Through Inflatable Landscape
by Christian Hawkey
Souvenir from Anywhere
by Harryette Mullen
The Bus through Jonesboro, Arkansas
by Matthew Henriksen
The Highwayman
by Alfred Noyes
The Strange Hours Travelers Keep
by August Kleinzahler
The Tinajera Notebook
by Forrest Gander
The Traveling Onion
by Naomi Shihab Nye
Travel
by Edna St. Vincent Millay
Travel
by Robert Louis Stevenson
Traveling
by Malena Mörling
Traveling Light
by Linda Pastan
Trip Hop
by Geoffrey Brock
Window
by Carl Sandburg
Window Seat: Providence to New York City
by Jacqueline Osherow