- "Everywhere I Go There I Am"
- "Hurrying Toward the Present"
- "Medusa Depressed"
- This poem made its debut in England in the literary magazine Agenda and was later reprinted in the arts and culture magazine of the national English newspaper The Independent.
- "Take That Chance You've Been Considering"
- "The Perfect Man"
- "My Worst Poem"
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