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David Alpaugh | Scene4-Special Issue | Flipping through the hundred and thirty or so poems I�ve written in the past twenty years I came up with two likely candidates for a charge of obscenity. One uses a word for excrement that the FCC refuses to allow on the public air waves; the other features a word for the sex act that the FCC also bans. | Scene4 Magazine - January/February 2012
Perspectives: Writings - Poetry | Death of Aeschylus | | David Alpaugh | Scene4 Magazine - May 2012
Double-Titles respect both locality and spooky action at a distance. By treating language as both particle and wave Double-Titles aim to provide the aesthetic pleasure of both fixed and open form. | David Alpaugh. | Scene4 Magazine-February 2018
A dog is barking in Paradise./Sniffing scorched earth... hellish air./His handler shouting urgently, /�Over here!�. | David Alpaugh | Scene4 Magazine January 2019
Scene4: inSght - POETRY - A World Elsewhere | David Alpaugh | Scene4 Magazine - December 2011
Scene4: inSght - POETRY - Richard Cory's Untold Story | Much envied by the �people on the pavement� he went home �one calm summer night� and �put a bullet through his head.� | David Alpaugh | Scene4 Magazine - December 2011
Scene4: reView - POETRY - In Memory of Peter Falk | David Alpaugh | Scene4 Magazine - August 2011
Scene4: inSght - POETRY -G�tterd�mmerung for American Poetry? | Philip Levine�s appointment as Poet Laureate of the United States reminds us that American poetry�s future has never been more tenuous. He is, after all, 83 years old. Indeed, most of the living American poets who have achieved wide readership are now senior citizens. | David Alpaugh | Scene4 Magazine - September 2011
Scene4: inSght - POETRY -What Poets can Learn from Songwriters | At a time when too many poets have so purged their �poetry� of repetition and melody that it reads and sounds like outright prose, songwriters continue to satisfy a human craving that cannot and should not be denied. | David Alpaugh | Scene4 Magazine - October 2011
Scene4: inSght - POETRY - What's in the Wheelbarrow Today? | I�ve never raised chickens; but my wheelbarrow is red, and in the winter it�s occasionally glazed with rainwater. | David Alpaugh | Scene4 Magazine - November 2011
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