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1 By Bre Keller Sample Poems Biography List of Works Sample Poems Inspired Poems Original Poems Bibliography

2 Sometimes [poetry] holds your hand to the firebut, even so, it holds your hand. -Joan Murray (Joan MurrayPoetryfoundation.org) This quote by Joan Murray shows exactly how she presents herself to the world. Her poetry is very blunt, but also stirs up many emotions. Murray is a born and raised New Yorker. She was brought into this world to accomplish great things in 1945. She still resides in New York. She is working on many works, so she is currently living in the New York State Writers Institute. She does not have a husband or any children, but is very content with expressing herself into poetry as an outlet (Joan Murray PoetryOutloud.org). Murray has always been a writer. In her younger school years, she was involved in many writing clubs and contents. She always knew she was going to be a published poet. Murray completed all mandatory schooling and did not want to stop there. She wanted to go onto bigger and better things. Murray attended both Hunter and New York University majoring in English. As Murray began doing more writings of her own, she began to be more and more influenced by other poets. Her main influence was Emma Hopkins which she has had the honor to work with before. She says she does not have any other specific favorites, but that she likes to pull different things from different writers (Joan Murray JoanMurray.com). Murrays works have earned her many different awards. Some of them include The Gordon Barber Award, The National Poetry Series Award, and has also had the honor of having a fellowship for the National Endowment for The Acts. Many of her works being awarded have been published in many well-known journals. Some of them are The Atlantic Monthly, The New York Times, and The Nation (Joan Murray Panix.com). Biography List of Works Sample Poems Inspired Poems Original Poems Bibliography

3 Murray has a profound amount of influence on other young poets and writers. She is a head editor for both The Pushcart Book of Poetry and Poetry to Live By. She also does frequent speeches and poetry readings to the public. Many people are so inspired by her writings because of her distinctive style. Her style is very edgy. It digs into an emotional place where a lot of people are uncomfortable experiencing. She taps into a lot of emotions to make her writings very relatable. One main theme in Murrays poetry is her own personal experiences. She writes about what she knows which is what makes her poetry seem so personable (Her Head Panhala.net). Murray always intended to make a difference but she had no idea how large the impact would be. She is thankful for what she can do and what she has achieved. Biography List of Works Sample Poems Inspired Poems Original Poems Bibliography

4 Her Head Eternity SurvivorsFound Shes Coming! Coming of Age in Harlem What Was Expected Play by Play Chrysalis We Old Dudes The Same Water Poems to Live By Biography List of Works Sample Poems Inspired Poems Original Poems Bibliography

5 We thought that they were gone-- we rarely saw them on our screens-- those everyday Americans with workaday routines, and the heroes standing ready-- not glamorous enough-- on days without a tragedy, we clicked--and turned them off. We only saw the cynics-- the dropouts, show-offs, snobs-- the right- and left- wing critics: we saw that they were us. But with the wounds of Tuesday when the smoke began to clear, we rubbed away our stony gaze-- and watched them reappear: the waitress in the tower, the broker reading mail, a pair of window washers, filling up a final pail, the husband's last "I love you" from the last seat of a plane, the tourist taking in a view no one would see again, the fireman, his eyes ablaze as he climbed the swaying stairs-- he knew someone might still be saved. We wondered who it was. We glimpsed them through the rubble: the ones who lost their lives, the heroes' doubleburials, the ones now "left behind," the ones who rolled a sleeve up, the ones in scrubs and masks, the ones who lifted buckets filled with stone and grief and ash: some spoke adifferent language-- still no one missed a phrase; the soot had softened every face of every shade and age-- Biography List of Works Sample Poems Inspired Poems Original Poems Bibliography

6 "the greatest generation" ?-- we wondered where they'd gone-- they hadn't left directions how to find our nation-home: for thirty years we saw few signs, but now in swirls of dust, they were alive--they had survived-- we saw that they were us. Joan Murray Biography List of Works Sample Poems Inspired Poems Original Poems Bibliography

7 In the poem SurvivorsFound by Joan Murray, a rhyming tactic is used as a great advantage to help explain the idea of Murrays poem. This piece is about the terrorists attacks on our twin towers on 9/11. It does a phenomenal job of describing the events and the feelings of all people affected by this travesty. The husbands last I love you/ from the last seat of the plane/ the tourists taking in a view/ no one would see again. Normally, a rhyming tactic seems a bit cliché but for me the line breaks and the rhyming ties the different ideas together. But now in swirls of dust/ they were alive- they had survived/ we saw that they were us. Murray uses key words to tap into emotions which coincide with her signature style. Her poetry styles are easy to read which explains why she chooses to write this way. I chose this poem because it was very relatable. It has deep meanings without being overly confusing. As an elegy, or mournful poem, it is indeed very sad but makes us look at things in a different perspective. She made the poem from all perspectives. She had the views of family members, co-workers, outsiders, even the ones who had to clean up the after mess of the problem. This is the main reason I chose her poem. It can relate to everybody and anybody. She made a poem about one of the worst things in our history and turned it into more of a learning experience for all people. Biography List of Works Sample Poems Inspired Poems Original Poems Bibliography

8 Joan Murrays What Was Expected ventures through a side of human emotion most people dont dare to feel. It starts with a relationship between a human and a stray cat. And we had to pool our efforts and do what was expected: I had to pull the door open- even though the threat it made was less than a childs bluff- and once it had been done, he had to back away from the bowl. These lines go to explain humans feel the obligation to help the less fortunate. This is what is expected of them. There seems to be a set relationship between the lesser and the upper class people. Afterwards, it ties this relationship between humans. And slowly turning midstream to call after us- Have you got a nickel or dime? - the ugly ones, the ones who had no songs, the ones with nothing to give us. Even people with nothing to offer expect some sort of compensation from people. People are expected to give, even to the ones who have nothing to give to us. This feeling of obligation is amazingly shown through Murrays poem and unveils the human to human relationship people are not even aware of. Biography List of Works Sample Poems Inspired Poems Original Poems Bibliography

9 It wasnt his ugliness that startled me. It was mostly that he hadnt been expected, and when I flipped on the porch light, he was eating from the cats bowl, and when I tapped the frost-edged glass, he looked up, the way the cats do, and then he waited through that moment of not knowing what was next as if I were Peter at the Gate, and it could go either way. I tried to squeeze his opossum shape, his oversized head and pointed snout, his dull black eyes and wormy tail into the tidy image of a cat that Id brought to the door with me. But even though we gave it our best, we realized, almost right away, that it was impossible, and we had to pool our efforts and do what was expected: I had to pull the door openeven though the threat it made at that point was less than a childs bluff and once it had been done, he had to back away from the bowl, giving up the incomprehensible gift hed just come upon, and slink down the stepsnot quickly, mind you, because he guessed, dumb beggar, I wouldnt pursue him, only leave him to his hunger and the dicey scraps of winter as the stars did in December when he came. Biography List of Works Sample Poems Inspired Poems Original Poems Bibliography

10 But it wasnt as if I could lift the kitchen window and throw a nickel or a dime to him and watch him go away happy the way we did back in the City, when the beggarsthats what my mother called themwould come in winter to sing in the backyards below our apartment windows with their clear bright faces and beautiful voices and the mystery of the coins ringing down from above, rolling and skipping, and them bending and scraping and tipping their hats and going away, even though we werent rich either. No, he was more like the ones wed come upon in the places where we were forbidden to go, the ones our mothers called bumsthe wild-eyed grizzled ones, lying on their slit cardboard boxes under the bridge ramps even in winter, or raving along the tracks with their hands down their pants because of the lice, or pissing in an alley as we ran through and slowly turning midstream to call after us Have you got a nickel or a dime?the ugly ones, the ones who had no songs, the ones with nothing to give us. Biography List of Works Sample Poems Inspired Poems Original Poems Bibliography

11 The poem Her Head by Joan Murray is a delicate poem explaining human nature. Murray says a numerous amount of times yet carries the water on her head. What she means by this is, no matter the circumstance, the woman is determined to bring the water to her people. No milk now for children, but she carries the water on her head. She returns from a well, carrying the water on her head. These lines exemplify the meaning of this poem. What times are tough, its important to push through. This woman has gone through deserts and waves of heat to bring the difference between life and death to her people. She brought them their water. Near Ekuvukeni in Natal, South Africa, a woman carries water on her head. After a year of drought, when one child in three is at risk of death, she returns from a distant well, carrying water on her head. The pumpkins are gone, the tomatoes withered, yet the woman carries water on her head. The cattle kraals are empty, the goats gaunt no milk now for children, but she is carrying water on her head The engineers have reversed the river: those with power can keep their power, but one woman is carrying water on her head. In the homelands, where the dusty crowds watch the empty roads for water trucks, one woman trusts herself with treasure, and carries the water on her head. Biography List of Works Sample Poems Inspired Poems Original Poems Bibliography

12 The sun does not dissuade her, not the dried earth that blows against her, as she carries the water on her head. In a huge and dirty pail, with an idle handle, resting on a narrow can, this woman is carrying water on her head. This woman, who girds her neck with safety pins, this one who carries water on her head, trusts her own head to bring to her people what they need now between life and death: She is carrying them water on her head. Biography List of Works Sample Poems Inspired Poems Original Poems Bibliography

13 My father would tie a life jacket to a length of seaworn rope and dangle me off the dock of the Harlem boat Club float. A strange baptism. Down, down into the mad rushing river, worm on a hook, a girl of six or seven, I am let loose among water rats, made sister to half-filled soda cans floating vertically home from a picnic, and to condoms that look like mama doll socks in the unopened infant eye. What man would toss his child to that swill? He who can swim across the river, whose arms churn a feud with the current. He thinks he can hold me from any maelstrom. Safe on the dock, I watch my father float on his back, from the Bronx to Manhattan and back again. The Harlem Boat Club is the man place. My father slips down twice a week to shower, on weekends plays a sweaty game of four-wall ball. Outside in the garden, I wander six years old among lilies of the valley, Queen Anne's lace, the shoreline irises and great climbing rose that began as someone's potted plant. Elmer, the muscular black cat, drags a water rat to the front door. I follow inside to the boat room, run my hand along the lean flanks of polished rowing sculls, then up the stairway, pause at the wooden roster, the names with gold stars dead in some war. Then the sweat smell of the lockers, the place where they held a party to welcome the Beatty brothers home from Korea. Off to the side, three men stand naked in the steamy, tiled shower. Quiet, I sit down on a bench beside a girl my own age, who has also come to pretend she doesn't notice. Biography List of Works Sample Poems Inspired Poems Original Poems Bibliography

14 Still my close, though distant, friend, who sat with me in the men's locker room, whose father had a strong right arm for handball, whose mother and mine, embarrassed in their forties, had pregnancies, who accompanied me through puberty up and down the Harlem shore, Kathy, in your Brahmin home in Brooklyn, you say you want to rid your sleep of those dirty years along the river. But stop for a moment, stop trying to make the river pass genteelly, for there'll be no weaning from those waters. Instead come back with me and watch the sun glint off the rippling surface, bearing the shore –hugging flow of turds and condoms north to the Hudson. You conjectured it all came from cabin cruisers on some far-off glory ocean. Kathy, would you have even looked if you had known it came from humble tenements on our Highbridge hill? Could that one reflection have darkened all your plans to sail? Biography List of Works Sample Poems Inspired Poems Original Poems Bibliography

15 The sun dances The girl swings Smiles a friendly reminder she is home Years pass Parents divorce Money spent Life is now forever changed College Now becoming a distant dream Happiness Now becoming a distant emotion Smiles Now becoming a distant memory All that is left Is the future The unknown awaits you Could that one reflection Have darkened all your plans to sail? Biography List of Works Sample Poems Inspired Poems Original Poems Bibliography

16 Would it surprise the young men playing softball on the hill to hear the women on the terrace admiring their bodies: The slim waist of the pitcher. The strength of the runner's legs. The torso of the catcher rising off his knees to toss the ball back to the mound? Would it embarrass them to hear two women, sitting together after dinner, praising even their futile motions: The flex of a batter's hips before his missed swing. The wide-spread stride of a man picked off his base. The intensity on the new man's face as he waits on deck and fans the air? Would it annoy themthe way some women take offense when men caress them with their eyes? And why should it surprise me that these women, well past sixty, haven't put aside desire but sit at ease and in pleasure, watching the young men move above the rose garden where the marble Naiads pose and yawn in their fountain? Who better than these women (with their sweaters draped across their shoulders, their perspectives honed from years of lovers) to recognize the beauty that would otherwise go unnoticed on this hill? And will it compromise their pleasure, if I sit down at their table: to listen to the play-by-play and see it through their eyes? Biography List of Works Sample Poems Inspired Poems Original Poems Bibliography

17 Would it distract the young menif they realized that three women laughing softly on the terrace above closed books and half-filled wine glasses are moving beside them on the field? Would they want to know how they've been held to the lighttill some motion or expression showed the unsuspected loveliness in a common shape or face? Wouldn't they have liked to see how they looked down there as they stood for a moment at the plate bathed in the light of perfect expectation before their shadows lengthened. Before they walked together up the darkened hill so beautiful they would not have recognized themselves. Biography List of Works Sample Poems Inspired Poems Original Poems Bibliography

18 Would it surprise the young men? To know that women are striding their way forward Would it surprise the young men? To see women running the show Would it surprise the young men? That they have to change their traditional ways of thinking Would it surprise the young men? They are no longer dominant Centuries of work And finally changes Millions of protests And finally changes Handfuls of strong women And finally changes Its called evolution And it has graced our world with its presence Biography List of Works Sample Poems Inspired Poems Original Poems Bibliography

19 Romance is the ups and downs Of the tides of the ocean Mourning is the sleep she craves The leap of fate that all went wrong Hidden in the twilight Such a fragile soul Cruelty upon her Wanting to pursue something more Masked faces of children Graceful attitudes yet so Big seas of desire This they will never experience Darkness is her beauty Distance is all she knows She craves more than she could ever grasp Glory a long lost fantasy A breeze blows across her face Unveiling the pain she has to endure Deliriousness has come upon her One slippery slope after another All one dreadful dream She is unknown to the outside world Her misery a sacred secret All that exists is the bright light at the end of her tunnel Biography List of Works Sample Poems Inspired Poems Original Poems Bibliography

20 Pools of blue slosh around Skies spin in confusion Stars twinkle in optimism These are the eyes Of such a young girl The world is happy place, a place where all is fair and all is loved In this world, everyone is peaceful, everything is right In this world, reality is yet to be discovered So many of us want to go back to this world We envy the eyes this girl holds We envy so much her surroundings Your world is your outlook And her eyes the envy Biography List of Works Sample Poems Inspired Poems Original Poems Bibliography

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