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Martin, Andrew / Poems of Dennis Brutus : a checklist, 1945-2004
(2005)

Checklist of poems,   pp. 11-27


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12 BRUTUS: POETRY CHECKLIST 
Adelphi Literary Review (June 1963) 
[B.K., pseud.] 
18. "It is the constant image of your face." 4 
Penpoint, 15 (July 1963) 
19. "Patriot." 43 
20. "1 am out of love with you for now." 43 
21. "When they deprived [deprive] me of the evenings." 43-44 
22. "Take out the poetry and the fire." 44 
Transition, 10 (September 1963) 
23. "Sabotage, 1962." 21 
Purple Renoster, 5 (Summer 1963) 
[Anon.] 
24. "Off the campus: Wits." 8 
25. "Longing." 8 
26. "A troubadour, I traverse all my land."/9 
27. "So for the moment, sweet, is peace." 9 
28. "Kneeling before you in a gesture." 10. Also published in Black
Orpheus, 
     12 [1963], 17 
 Breakthru, 3, 13 (November/December 1963) 
 29. "The mob." 13 
 Sirens, Knuckles, Boots: Poems / Dennis Brutus. Ibadan: Mbari 
 Publications, 1963 
 30. "Between the time of falling for the flowers." [4] 
 31. "The sibyl." [5] 
 32. "More terrible than any beast." [6] 
 33. "Out of the granite day." [6] 
 34. "Time: ordinary time." [8] 
 35. "Waiting (South African style): 'non-whites only'." [9] 
 36. "No banyan, only." [12-13] 
 37. "The sounds begin again." [17]. Also published as "Sirens
knuckles boots" 
     in Other Voices, Other Places: An Anthology of 3rd World Poetry!/ collect-
     ed by Cecil Rajendra. London Christian Aid/British Council of Churches,
     Community Race Relations Unit, 1972, 39 
 38. "For my wife, in separation." [19] 
 39. "Mirror sermon; I." [20] 
 40. "Mirror sermon; I1." [21]. Also published with "Mirror
sermon; I" as one 
     poem in Simple Lust, 21 
 41. "A common hate enriched our love and us." [22] 
 42. "The rosy aureole of your affection." [23] 
 43. "Gaily teetering on the bath's edge." [25] 
 44. "Anguished passion knots your brows." [26] 
 45. "Let not this plunder be misconstrued." [27] 
 46. "For Bernice." [28] 
 47. "Under me." [30] 
 48. "Desolate." [31] 
 Transition, 15 (1964) 
 49. "Poem: In the friendly dark, I wheel." 31 


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