Table of contents for Somewhere else : poems / by Matthew Shenoda.

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Contents
Acknowledgements
Zululand Proverb
Transparent Ancestry - I
New Cairo 
Lineage 
Remembering 
The Nile Before Being Dammed
YesterdayÆs Tar, TomorrowÆs Pavement
Prayer
Homeland Poem
Song of Name 
Sounding the Meander 
Song of Re-Call
A Prayer For My People
Somewhere in the Eastern Sahara There is a Wall Made of Skulls
Týÿtýÿs
The Old and the Humble
Blue
Annunciate
Relics
The Calendar We Live
Living Ancient - II
Somewhere Else 
Transporting a Weedwacker Way Over County Lines
Standing on the Corner
60 KPH Prayer
In Passing 
Al-Shaûr Min Ghayr Ism 
Living Ancients 
21st Century Poem
Remember Me
Where We Come From
for Týÿtýÿ
Spring
The Democratic National Convention 
Prelude to a Journey
A Poem for the Educational Institutions That Treat Us Raw
Enough
Waiting 
Reclaiming the Classroom
Fire Rhythms 
Shouting Back the Place
Al-Manßüra (Nile Blues)
for Charles Mingus & That Ever-Living ôLove Chantö 
Survival
After the World Trade Center is Destroyed America Waves Its True Flag, 
the Crimson, Brown MenÆs Blood
Language

Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication:

Egyptian Americans -- Poetry.
Coptic Church -- Poetry.
Egypt -- Poetry.