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148 results for POEM

50 Shortz Era entries found. Click any date for context. Repeated clues show (number of Shortz Era occurrences).
See the dictionary definition for POEM.

DateGridClueAuthor
Wed Jun 27, 201860AIt "should not mean / But be," per Archibald MacLeishNed White
Sat Jul 1, 201743A"A ___ should not mean / But be": Archibald MacLeishDavid Phillips
Sun Oct 30, 201620AWhitman sampler?Caleb Madison
Wed Feb 17, 201662AOffering in The New YorkerKyle Mahowald
Fri Oct 9, 20156D46-Down, for oneDavid Steinberg
Sun Feb 10, 20136AGray piecePatrick Berry
Sat Oct 6, 201231ASomething to scanSteve Salitan
Thu Sep 1, 201145AIt's never finished, only abandoned, per Paul ValéryJoel Fagliano
Sat Jul 9, 201152DScanning work, oftenCaleb Madison
Tue Sep 7, 201033AIt has feet in a lineMaryEllen Uthlaut
Mon Sep 6, 20101ALimerick or sonnetRandall J. Hartman
Sun Apr 11, 201059DIt may be measured by a meterPatrick Berry
Sun Oct 4, 200936ADitty, e.g.Todd McClary
Sun Sep 27, 200997AMasters piecePatrick Berry
Sat Sep 13, 200824DRhapsody, e.g.Will Nediger
Sun Nov 25, 20078DGray linesTrip Payne
Thu Nov 8, 200714A"Jabberwocky," for one (2)Paula Gamache
Thu Jul 19, 20079D"Odyssey," for oneDavid J. Kahn
Sun Feb 4, 200722APrior workPaul Guttormsson
Sat Jan 13, 200727AFrost lines (2)Patrick Berry
Tue Apr 18, 200610DOde or haiku (2)Pete Muller
Sun Apr 2, 200680AFrost lines (2)Bob Klahn
Sun Jan 29, 200672DWork with feet (3)Rich Norris
Sat Mar 26, 200521DStressful work?Ed Early
Sun Nov 7, 200460DHallmark card text, oftenCon Pederson
Wed Jul 14, 200454DFeature of many a sympathy cardA. J. Santora
Sun Jun 13, 200432APope's workRichard Silvestri
Wed Feb 4, 200438DPound pieceRoy Leban
Sun Jan 4, 200425DWork with feet (3)Patrick Merrell
Wed Dec 10, 20031DElegy, e.g.Nancy Salomon and Harvey Estes
Sat Jun 21, 200361A"A Dream Within a Dream," e.g.Dana Motley
Mon May 5, 200318DRobert Frost pieceMel Taub
Sun Sep 22, 200217DLayAlan Arbesfeld
Mon Aug 12, 200239DLimerick, e.g. (2)Peter Gordon
Tue Jun 25, 200264AOde or haiku (2)Kelly Clark
Fri Feb 22, 200251A"A ___ should not mean / But be": MacLeishElizabeth C. Gorski
Sun Jan 27, 200292ABurns writingPatrick Berry
Wed Sep 20, 200057A"Jabberwocky," for one (2)Edgar R. Fontaine
Sat Apr 29, 200020ACollection of stavesPatrick D. Berry
Wed Apr 26, 200054AGreeting card feature, oftenA. J. Santora
Mon Feb 14, 200026DRobert Frost writingNancy Kavanaugh
Thu Sep 30, 199935AField workMatt Gaffney
Fri Jul 9, 199925DIt may scanIngrid Truemper
Sun May 16, 199987DWork with feet (3)Nancy Nicholson Joline
Tue Jul 14, 19987DSonnet, e.g.Raymond Hamel
Thu Jun 4, 19987DFancy foot work?Frances Hansen
Fri Feb 28, 19978DLay, e.g.Bob Klahn
Mon Jan 27, 199749ALimerick, e.g. (2)F. Piscop
Sun Mar 12, 199554AIt has many feetCharles M. Deber
Wed Mar 1, 199528DHaiku, e.g.Lois Sidway

1 result for POEM from Variety puzzles.

DateTypeGridClueAuthor
Jun 29, 1997panda50AIt earned Edgar Allan a thousandMel Taub

97 results for POEM from older pre-Shortz puzzles.

DateGridClueAuthorEditor
Thu Feb 11, 19931AMona Van Duyn creationMichael A. RampinoMaleska
Fri Sep 18, 199248AWilbur workChristy RidleyMaleska
Sat Aug 18, 199066AJames Merrill productKevin BoyleMaleska
Sun Jun 24, 199065DWilbur productJack R. HarnesMaleska
Wed Feb 14, 199023AVerseJane S. FlowerreeMaleska
Mon Mar 14, 198833AIdyl or sonnetChristopher SherwoodMaleska
Wed Mar 4, 198719APentastich, e.g.McKeonMaleska
Thu Jan 1, 198710AMeter man's offeringJoy L. WoukMaleska
Sun Nov 23, 1986148AAuden offeringNancy W. AtkinsonMaleska
Sat Oct 5, 198548A"Ulalume," e.g.Peter SwiftMaleska
Tue May 7, 198558DOdeAlbert J. KlausMaleska
Wed Feb 6, 198523ATennyson productChristine TilgnerMaleska
Sat Dec 22, 198452A"Thanatopsis," e.g.Kenneth HaxtonMaleska
Sun Aug 26, 19844DOde, e.g.Alfio MicciMaleska
Sat May 26, 198412DTone ___BevingtonMaleska
Sat May 12, 198440ANinth word of "Trees"I. Judah KoolykMaleska
Sat Sep 24, 19831ABalladPeter SwiftMaleska
Sun Jun 12, 198317ABard's productWarren W. ReichMaleska
Tue May 10, 198345DLaureate's productErnst TheimerMaleska
Mon Mar 14, 198353AH.D. offeringBarbara Lunder GillisMaleska
Tue Jan 11, 198354DHouseman productMartin FassMaleska
Sat May 1, 198214APlath gemTimothy HoyMaleska
Thu Sep 3, 198113DCowper creationLouis SabinMaleska
Thu Aug 6, 198151DThis helped save Old IronsidesA. J. SantoraMaleska
Wed May 13, 198158ARondelet or roundelI. Judah KoolykMaleska
Sat May 9, 19811DAnne Sexton creationSternerMaleska
Thu Jan 29, 198116A"Lamia" is oneEdward MarcheseMaleska
Sat Aug 9, 19803DRondel, e.g.Jack L. SteinhardtMaleska
Sun Jul 27, 198064DSkald's opusRichard SilvestriMaleska
Fri Jul 18, 198051DTone ___Elaine D. SchorrMaleska
Wed Mar 7, 197936DChristina Rossetti's "Up-Hill," e.g.A. J. SantoraMaleska
Thu Dec 7, 197834DQuatrain containerN. M. MeyerMaleska
Sat Jul 22, 197823A"Patterns" or "Birches"Tap OsbornMaleska
Wed Jan 5, 197730AKeats outputH. Hastings ReddallWeng
Wed Nov 5, 197548DOde or sonnetRaymond F. EisnerWeng
Sat Oct 11, 197546DRhymer's opusMaura B. JacobsonWeng
Thu Aug 29, 197423D"Trees," for oneHerb L. RisteenWeng
Wed Nov 28, 19737D"Evangeline," for oneUnknownWeng
Thu Apr 20, 197248ATrioletUnknownWeng
Wed Jan 19, 19727DFrost outputUnknownWeng
Thu Oct 21, 197133DT. S. Eliot productUnknownWeng
Sun Jun 20, 1971119AMoore workFrances HansenWeng
Sun Apr 11, 197164ALyrical creationWilliam LutwiniakWeng
Tue Mar 2, 197149D"Trees," for oneUnknownWeng
Sun Feb 1, 197031AFrost pieceHerbert EttensonWeng
Sun Apr 28, 196810D"Leaves of Grass" selection.A. J. SantoraFarrar
Sun May 14, 196760AMadrigal, for one.Anne FoxFarrar
Tue Feb 21, 196764ASomething of lyric beauty.Louise EarnestFarrar
Sun Aug 7, 196664D"The Lady of the Lake."A. J. SantoraFarrar
Wed Jul 20, 196613DEclogue.UnknownFarrar
Fri Jun 24, 196640ATriolet.UnknownFarrar
Tue Apr 12, 196659DMetrical word.UnknownFarrar
Tue Sep 28, 196544DEditorial page feature.UnknownFarrar
Tue Sep 14, 196513DWork of art.UnknownFarrar
Sat Aug 21, 196533DLiterary work.UnknownFarrar
Fri Feb 14, 196444ALyric.UnknownFarrar
Thu Aug 29, 19632DQuatrain.UnknownFarrar
Fri Aug 9, 196311DLyric.UnknownFarrar
Sun May 20, 196225AMadrigal.A. J. SantoraFarrar
Mon Oct 2, 196143DBallad.UnknownFarrar
Mon Sep 18, 196117AQuatrain.UnknownFarrar
Wed Apr 12, 196151D"The Gift Outright," for one.UnknownFarrar
Wed Dec 28, 196031DTriolet.UnknownFarrar
Sun Dec 11, 196051ADithyramb.Tom MixonFarrar
Mon Feb 1, 196047ATriolet.UnknownFarrar
Fri Jan 1, 196012DTriolet.UnknownFarrar
Mon Oct 27, 19581AFrost work.Helen FasuloFarrar
Fri Oct 24, 19581DTriolet.Helen BernardFarrar
Fri Sep 12, 195852AA thing of beauty.Lucy H. CreedonFarrar
Fri Aug 22, 195860A"To a Skylark."Charles AllenFarrar
Sun Aug 10, 195876ATriolet.Eugene T. MaleskaFarrar
Sun Jan 19, 195894ACatullus opus.Harold T. BersFarrar
Wed Apr 24, 195765A"Invictus," for example.Herbert LyleFarrar
Thu Apr 11, 19577DLyric.Jack LuzzattoFarrar
Sun Jul 15, 19568DConcise, beautiful expression.Charles CrossFarrar
Thu Mar 1, 19569ALiterary form.H. L. RisteenFarrar
Mon Feb 20, 195654ALiterary form.S. A. KayFarrar
Sun Aug 28, 195563AThing of beauty.Jack LuzzattoFarrar
Mon Jun 20, 195568AAnything beautiful.Thomas VarnerFarrar
Sun Mar 28, 195419DTriolet.Diana SessionsFarrar
Mon May 11, 195340A"The May Queen," for instance.Edward BucklerFarrar
Sun Nov 9, 1952115DForte of 30 Across.Harold T. BersFarrar
Wed Aug 27, 195226A"John Brown's Body," for example.UnknownFarrar
Sat Oct 27, 195121DProduct of 51 Down.UnknownFarrar
Sun Sep 23, 195193DSandburg's forte.Israel GitterFarrar
Fri Sep 14, 195157ALyric beauty.UnknownFarrar
Sat Aug 4, 195131D"John Brown's Body," for instance.UnknownFarrar
Wed Jun 6, 195126AArtistic creation.UnknownFarrar
Sun Apr 8, 195167ASee 5 Down.Charles CrossFarrar
Fri Apr 6, 195158DOpus by T. S. Eliot.UnknownFarrar
Tue Dec 5, 195027D"The Waste Land," for instance.UnknownFarrar
Sun Mar 26, 195026AResult of playing the game bouts-rimés.Jack LuzzattoFarrar
Sun Apr 17, 194947DCouplet.Elizabeth PattersonFarrar
Sun Dec 5, 1948122DArtistic creation.Elizabeth PattersonFarrar
Sun Jun 1, 194753AWhat "Lord Weary's Castle" is.Archie S. KreilingFarrar
Sun Apr 29, 194582DMost poorly paid literary production.Louis JenkinsFarrar
Sun Jan 10, 194339DGeorgic.Louis JenkinsFarrar