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|A House of Bottles||Robin Merrill||2009|
|A Moxie and a Moon Pie: The Best of Moon Pie Press||Nancy A. Henry and Alice N. Persons, Editors||2005|
|A Sense of Place: Collected Maine Poems||Bay River Press||2002|
|A Stranger Home||Natalya Sukhonos||2020|
|After the Parade||Dana Robbins||2020|
|Agreeable Friends, Contemporary Animal Poetry||Alice Persons, Editor||2008|
|All Four Seasons||Jim Mello||2014|
|All You'll Derive: A Caregiver's Journey||Bruce Spang||2019|
|ALMOST A REMEMBRANCE - Shorter Poems by Jack McCarthy||Jack McCarthy||2011|
|Angel of the Heavenly Tailgate||Annie Farnsworth||2006|
|At Bunker Cove||Ralph Stevens||2017|
|Back East||Michele Leavitt||2013|
|Be Careful What You Wish For||Alice N. Persons||2003|
|Be There or Be Square||Alice N. Persons||2018|
|Big Little City||Mike Bove||2018|
|BLACK BOAT BLACK WATER BLACK SAND||Dave Morrison||2009|
|Blues in the Night||Herb R. Coursen||2010|
|Boulders, Birch and Wood Smoke: A Maine Melody||Stephen A. Cowperthwaite||2014|
|Boy at the Screen Door||Bruce Spang||2014|
|Burning Chairs||John P. McVeigh||2013|
|Child is Working to Capacity||Tom Delmore||2006|
|Compass Rose||Ellen M. Taylor||2015|
|Drowning: A Poetic Memoir||Claire Hersom||2008|
|Early Late Bloom||Jim Mello||2007|
|ErosIon||Nancy A. Henry||2004|
|Essays in All Directions||Robert M. Chute||2007|
|Europe on $5 a Day||Nancy A. Henry||2005|
|Evidence of Light||Marita O'Neill||2005|
|Fancy Meeting You Here||Alice N. Persons||2015|
|Faulty Wiring||Bob MacLaughlin||2011|
|Feasting on Air||Eva Miodownik Oppenheim||2015|
|Floating||Ellen M. Taylor||2009|
|Full Moon Rising: the Best of Moon Pie Press, Volume II||Alice N. Persons and Nancy A. Henry, Editors||2006|
|Giving It Up to the Wind||Jack Troy||2021|
|He Gives Me Flowers||Gaylord Day Weston||2007|
|Heaven Jumping Woman||Pam Burr Smith||2011|
|HOME and Other Places||Wil Gibson||2012|
|House Museum||Mike Bove||2021|
|How Many Cars Have We Been Married?||Ted Bookey, editor||2008||(see book detail)|
|Humming to Snails||Ellen M. Taylor||2005|
|I Have Walked Through Many Lives||Young Voices - Scarborough||2009|
|I Still Feel the Swirl||Ruth Bookey||2017|
|Imminent Tribulations||Kevin Sweeney||2016|
|In the Afternoon||Marcia F. Brown||2019|
|Innumerable Machines in My Mind: Found Poetry in the Papers of Thomas A. Edison||Dr. Blaine McCormick||2005|
|JESUS WAS A FEMINIST and Other Poems||Robin Merrill||2014|
|Language as a Second Language||Ted Bookey||2004|
|Laundry and Stories||Robin Merrill||2005|
|Life Class||Ruth Bookey||2007|
|LOST and FOUND||David McCann||2018|
|MALDEN||David R. Surette||2018|
|Marengo Street||Anna Bat-Chai Wrobel||2012|
|More Fun Than Pretty||Tony Magistrale||2021|
|Museum||Daniel Duff Plunkett||2016|
|My First Beatrice||David Stankiewicz||2013|
|Nameless Roads||Jim Brosnan||2019|
|Never say Never||Alice N. Persons||2004|
|Not Just Anybody||Bruce Spang||2015|
|Nothing Is Real||Stanley Jordan Keach, Jr.||2014|
|Observed From a Skin Boat||John Holt Willey||2013|
|Old Whitman Loved Baseball and Other Baseball Poems||Edward J. Rielly||2007|
|One Day in One Town||James McKenna||2019|
|Ordinary Time||Kevin Sweeney||2009|
|Out of Words||David McCann||2019|
|PASSION AND PRIDE: Poets in Support of Equality||Bruce Spang||2012|
|Playing Solitaire||Edward J. Rielly||2022|
|Poems of Maine in the Nineteen Thirties and Forties||Brenda Shaw||2006|
|Questions You Were Too Polite to Ask||John-Michael Albert||2018|
|Radost, My Red||Jeri Theriault||2016|
|Rags of Prayer||Kevin Sweeney||2006|
|Red Stone Fragments||Thomas R. Moore||2019|
|Rifles, Rumors, Gin And Prayer||Jim Donnelly||2013|
|Safe Harbor: Port Veritas Poetry Anthology, Volume I||Edited by Alice Persons & Nathan Amadon||2008|
|Same Bird||David McCann||2016|
|SARX||Nancy A. Henry||2010|
|Saving Nails||Thomas R. Moore||2016|
|Sending Bette Davis to the Plumber||Jenny Doughty||2017|
|Sex, Death, and Baseball||David Moreau||2004|
|Singing With the Dead||Ted Thomas, Jr.||2007|
|So Far||Gretchen Berg||2022|
|Socks||Jay C. Davis||2007|
|Stable||David R. Surette||2015|
|'Stitiously Speaking||Ted Bookey||2017|
|Stones||Thomas R. Moore||2021|
|Sun Shining on Snow: Poetry from the Senior College at the University of Maine at Augusta||Ted Bookey||2012|
|T'ai Chi of Leaves||Elizabeth Potter||2016|
|Tell them that you saw me but you didn't see me saw||Tom Delmore||2011|
|Thank Your Lucky Stars||Alice N. Persons||2011|
|That Mischievous Moon||Jim Donnelly||2017|
|The Arrangement of Things||Anna Bat-Chai Wrobel||2018|
|The Bird Catcher||John-Michael Albert||2012|
|The Church of St. Materiana||Anne Britting Olesen||2007|
|The Common Law||James McKenna||2012|
|The Desire Line||Michelle Lewis||2006|
|The Flame and the Fiction||Darcy Shargo||2005|
|The Hard Way||Jay C. Davis||2006|
|The Lawns of Lobstermen||Douglas "Woody" Woodsum||2010|
|The Left Side of My Life||Dana Robbins||2015|
|The Stream||Don Moyer||2006|
|The Ur-Word||Jim Glenn Thatcher||2008|
|The Widow From Lake Bled||Kirby Wright||2013|
|THE WILDEST PEAL: Contemporary Animal Poetry II||Alice Persons, Editor||2015|
|Things As They Are||Eva Miodownik Oppenheim||2005|
|Through the Loop of Time||Eva Miodownik Oppenheim||2010|
|To Sadie at 18 Months and other poems||Edward J. Rielly||2011|
|To the Promised Land Grocery||Bruce Spang||2008|
|Traveling Through History||Patrick Hicks||2005|
|Tuscany Light||M. Kelly Lombardi||2006|
|Unidentified Flying Odes||Dennis Camire||2006|
|Vivaldi for Breakfast||John-Michael Albert||2009|
|Walking Track||Jay Franzel||2005|
|Ways of Looking||Edward J. Rielly||2005|
|What on Earth||Marcia F. Brown||2010|
|When We Invented Water||Marcia F. Brown||2014|
|Whispers, Cries, & Tantrums||Jay C. Davis||2004|
|With a W/Hole in One||Ted Bookey||2010|
|You Can Still Go To Hell...and Other Truths About Being a Helping Professional||David Moreau||2007|
Questions You Were Too Polite to Ask
by John-Michael Albert – copyright 2018
$15 including postage and handling
by Kathy Biehl
Mike's poetry dances across the time/space continuum of his life He pops in on his beloved--flora, fauna and fellow inhabitants of the New Hampshire seacoast, kaleidoscopic through the seasons; dear friends who entered his heart along the way and have stayed despite distance and death...He's an engaging guide, with a painter's eye and a story teller's empathy that deliver you-were-there emotional and visual impact. Where to now? I'd follow him anywhere.
by Melissa Thompson
Questions You Were Too Polite To Ask is a testament to the power of survival and an unvarnished love song to the beauty and mystery of the natural world...And because this is poetry, he chronicles the most searing partings of all: the death of a beloved friend in "The Language of the Dead' and "he Origin of Ancestor Worship, It's All In the Roux." Mike Albert has crafted his own roux, spun from a blend of word, sound and memory. This is the foundation for a fine feast indeed.
Do Something Else
The Dalai Lama repairs watches.
Suleiman the Magnificent was a goldsmith.
Japanese novelists are all CEOs or bankers.
The Psalmist was a king.
Wordsworth and Churchill were painters.
Write poetry with the mind of a musician,
a physician. Your work will grow large and strong
if you let it feed on the grass in adjacent fields.
Scratch poems in the margins of scores.
Scribble poems on prescription pads.
Imagine Frank O’Hara without New York City,
without all that pavement, that noise, those lights.
Imagine Whitman without journalism,
without nursing, without America’s open roads.
Look at all the poets who are mothers and fathers.
Take their husbands and wives, their children,
out of their poetry, and what’s left?
Who will they sing to, and about what?
Librarians and hospital administrators by day,
parents by night. Startling poems suddenly appear
on the backs of greasy napkins at lunch; on bills,
next to the wine stains, on the first of the month;
on the desk calendar, beside their next appointment.
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