- Gangdøra og andre viser, Tiden Norsk Forlag, Oslo 1958
- Kvardagsdikt, Forum for kristne sosialitar, Oslo 1979
- Idsø, Liv Marit og Marie Lovise Widnes: Marie Lovise Widnes, tusenkunstner og kvardagsmenneskje, Det Norske Samlaget, Oslo 1986
- Fragler - finst dei?, own publishing, Hareid 1993
- Målet hennar mor, own publishing, Hareid 2001?
- Frå alle mine strengar - Dikt i samling, own publishing, Hareid 2003
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“My main wish is to get my books into other peoples rooms, and to keep other peoples books out of mine.”
—Samuel Butler (18351902)
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—Peregrine, Sir Worsthorne (b. 1923)
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