Eileen R. Tabios, The Awakening: A Long Poem Triptych & Poetics Fragment (Palmyra, N.Y.: Theenk Books, 2013).

Eileen R. Tabios, "I Forgot Quaffing Sweet Jerez, and Wings Flared As If Posing for Rembrandt (aka I Remember You, Philip Lamantia)." Marsh Hawk Review (Fall 2014): 12-17. Free online.

Eileen R. Tabios, "Kapwa's Song." otoliths: a magazine of many e-things 43 (November 1, 2016). Free online and here.

Genevieve Taggard, "Turn to the East." Poetry 53.2 (Nov. 1938): 66-68. Free online and here. Rpt. in Taggard, Collected Poems: 1918-1938 (New York and London: Harper & Brothers, 1938), pp. 117- 119, and Longman Anthology of World Literature by Women, 1875-1975, [eds.] Marian Arkin and Barbara Shollar (New York and London: Longman, 1989), pp. 338-339, free online (first page, second page).

John Taggart, "Grey Scale / Zukofsky." Golden Handcuffs Review 1.5 (Summer, Fall 2005). Free online. Rpt. in Taggart, There Are Birds (Chicago: Flood Editions, 2008), pp. 4-11, and Taggart, Is Music: Selected Poems, ed. Peter O'Leary; foreword, C.D. Wright (Port Townsend, Wash.: Copper Canyon Press, 2010), pp. 297-307. Drafts and revisions of "Grey Scale / Zukofsky," There Are Birds, and Is Music are contained in the John Taggart Papers, 1962-2012, MSS 11, Special Collections & Archives, UC San Diego, La Jolla, CA. Finding aid.

Alfredo Taján, "Nueva usura." Nueva usura. Poesía esencial 1983-2014, selección y prólogo de Luis Alberto de Cuenca (Sevilla: Renacimiento, 2014).

Mutsuo Takahashi [高橋睦郎], "テロリストE・Pに." 小枝を持って [Koeda o motte] [Holding a Twig] (Tōkyō: Shoshi Yamada, 2002), pp. 118-121. Rpt. in Ezra Pound Review 4-5 (2003). Translated into English by Mitsuko Ohno and Frank Sewell as "To Ezra Pound, the Terrorist" in their article "Translating Literary Influence between Ireland and Japan: Poems by Mutsuo Takahasi in English," From "English Literature" to "Literatures in English": International Perspectives: Festschrift in Honour of Wolfgang Zach. editors: Michael Kenneally, Rhona Richman Kenneally; with cooperation of Rüdiger Ahrens, Werner Huber (Heidelberg: Universitätsverlag Winter, 2005), pp. 345ff. (at 349); by Mitsuko Ohno and Frank Sewell as "To the Terrorist E. P." in Takahashi, On Two Shores [二つの岸辺]: New and Selected Poems, transl. from the Japanese by Mitsuko Ohno & Frank Sewell with an introd. by Nobuaki Tochigi (Dublin: Dedalus, 2006), pp. 14ff.; by James Kirkup and Tamaki Makoto as "To the Terrorist E. P." in Takahashi, We of Zipangu: Selected Poems, transl. by James Kirkup and Tamaki Makoto; introd. by Glyn Pursglove (Todmorden, England: Arc Publications, 2006), p. 39; and as "To the Terrorist E. P. (Terorisuto E. P., 2002)" in The Columbia Anthology of Modern Japanese Literature. Volume 2: From 1945 to the Present, eds. J. Thomas Rimer and Van C. Gessel, with additional selections by Amy Vladeck Heinrich and Hiroaki Sato, Poetry Eds. (New York: Columbia University Press, 2007), pp. 740-741.

Mutsuo Takahashi [高橋睦郎], "地獄を生きて" [Living Hell]. 現代詩手帳 65.2 (February 2022): 10-11.

Mutsuo Takahashi [高橋睦郎], "牧歌" [Pastoral]. 海燕 [Kaien] [Petrel] 10.7 (July 1991): 20-21. Rpt. in 現代詩手帳 [Gendaishi techō] [Contemporary Poetry Notebook] 34.12 (December 1991): 225-226 and in Takahashi, 旅の絵 [Tabi no e] [Travel Pictures] (Tōkyō: Suzuki Ichimin, 1992), pp. 32-34.

Mutsuo Takahashi [高橋睦郎], "パウンドの墓に" [At Pound's Grave]. 現代詩手帳 [Gendaishi techō] [Contemporary Poetry Notebook] 29.8 (August 1986): 39. Rpt. as "岸辺で" [On the Shore] in Takahashi [高橋睦郎], 兎の庭 [Usagi no niwa] [Rabbit Garden] (Tōkyō: Shoshi Yamada, 1987), p. 37.

Mutsuo Takahashi [高橋睦郎], "岸辺で" [On the Shore]. 兎の庭 [Usagi no niwa] [Rabbit Garden] (Tōkyō: Shoshi Yamada, 1987), pp. 36-37. Free online. Translated into English by James Kirkup and Tamaki Makoto as "On the Shore" in Takahashi, We of Zipangu: Selected Poems, transl. by James Kirkup and Tamaki Makoto; introd. by Glyn Pursglove (Todmorden, England: Arc Publications, 2006), p. 19. Free online.

Julian Talamentez Brolaski, "as the owl augurs." Of Mongrelitude (Seattle: Wave Books, 2017). Rpt. in New Poets of Native Nations, ed. Heid E. Erdrich (Minneapolis, Minnesota: Graywolf Press, 2018), pp. 136-137, and Native Voices: Indigenous American Poetry, Craft and Conversations, eds. CMarie Fuhrman and Dean Rader (North Adams, Massachusetts: Tupelo Press, 2019). Free online and here and here.

Ülkü Tamer, "Kış, Şarabın Savaşçısı: Pound İçin On Şiir" [Winter, the Warrior of Wine: Ten Poems for Pound]. In: Tamer, Ezra ile Gary: Ezra Pound ve Gary Cooper İçin Şiirler [Ezra & Gary: Poems for Ezra Pound and Gary Cooper], Istanbul: De Yayınevi, 1962. A copy was inscribed by Tamer to Ezra Pound: "For Ezra Pound - 'Toward the Noel that morte saison (Christ make the shepherds' homage dear!)' Ulku Tamer 1962." (Quoted here.) Translated into English by Efe Murad as "Winter: Warrior of Wine. Ten Poems for Ezra Pound," Make It New 6.1-2 (Winter 2021). Free online.

Ülkü Tamer, "Virgül Şiir Yazıyor." Virgülün başından geçenler (Istanbul: De Yayınevi, 1965). Rpt. in Modern Türk şiiri: 100 şair, 500 şiir, yönelimler, tanıklıklar, örnekler, albüm, şairler sözlüğü; antoloji, [ed.] Ahmet Necdet (İstanbul: Broy Yayınları, 1993), p. 533. Free online and here and here.

Amado Tandoc III, "Autopsy No. 2." Montage [literary magazine of the Varsitarian, University of Santo Tomas (UST)] 7 (2004). Free online.

Doug Tanoury, "Pound's Life." Art History: A Collection of Poetry (Warren, Mich.: Funky Dog Publishing, 2018), p. 36. Free online.

Gary Tapp, "The Insect Shuffle Method." Cimarron Review 46 (Jan. 1979): 16. Rpt. in Anthology of Magazine Verse and Yearbook of American Poetry, ed. Alan F. Pater (Beverly Hills, Calif.: Monitor Book Co., 1980), p. 404, free online, and Tapp, The Cardiff Giant and Other Poems (CreateSpace, 2017), p. 56.

Andrew Taylor, "The Cathedral at the Bottom of the Pool." The Invention of Fire (St. Lucia, Qld.: University of Queensland Press, 1976), p. 67. Rpt. in Taylor, Selected Poems, 1960-1980 (St. Lucia, Qld.: University of Queensland Press, 1982), p. 172; Taylor, Selected Poems, 1960-1985 (St. Lucia, Qld.: University of Queensland Press, 1988), p. 99; and Taylor, Collected Poems (Cambridge: Salt, 2004), p. 180. Early drafts and a working manuscript of The Invention of Fire, along with a typescript and a final draft of Selected Poems, 1960-1980, are housed in the Papers of Andrew Taylor, 1953-1986, MS 5740, National Library of Australia, Parkes Place, Canberra. Finding aid.

Bert Leston Taylor, "Passing Strange." Chicago Tribune, Chicago, Illinois (December 8, 1916): 8. Free online. Rpt. in Taylor, A Penny Whistle Together with The Babette Ballads, With a Foreword by Franklin P. Adams (New York: Alfred A. Knopf, 1921), p. 93. Free online and here.

Brian Taylor, "Armistice Day 1993." Blondin & Other Poems (Lulu.com, 2007), pp. 73-74. Free online. Rpt. in Taylor, Going Out There Is No Other (Lulu.com, 2008), pp. 41-42, free online; Taylor, Gnomonic Verses: Jehovah's Footprints & Other Poems (Brian F. Taylor, 2015), pp. 171-172, free online; and Taylor, Blondin: Collected Poems (Universal Octopus, 2019), free online. Rpt. as "Armistice Day" in Taylor, Oxford Poems (Lulu.com, 2010), pp. 83-84, free onlineFree online and here and here.

Brian Taylor, "Beauty." Gnomonic Verses (Lulu.com, 2015), p. 106. Free online. Also in Taylor, Gnomonic Verses: Jehovah's Footprints & Other Poems (Brian F. Taylor, 2015), p. 105, free online. Free online.

James Taylor, "The Difficult Individual." Sou'wester 35 (October 30, 1970): 132.

Barry Tebb, "Huddersfield - The Second Poetry Capital of England." The Lights of Leeds (Bradford: Redbeck Press, 2001), pp. 22-23. Free online and here and here and here.

H.C. ten Berge, "Texaanse Elegieën" [I-II]. Raster NS 22 (1982): 133-142 [II. "Later, en elders, verbroken ...," 136-142]. Free online and here and here. II was reprinted in ten Berge, Texaanse elegieën (Amsterdam: Bezige Bij, 1983), pp. 12-18, and ten Berge, Materia prima: gedichten 1963-1993 (Amsterdam: Meulenhoff, 1993), pp. 265-270.

Carroll F. Terrell, "For E.P. on his 88th Birthday." Paideuma 1.2 (Winter 1972): 284.

Carroll F. Terrell, Smoke and Fire (Orono, Me.: National Poetry Foundation, University of Maine at Orono, 1985), pp. 22-23.

Marie-Hélène Tessier, "Lines." TCR Blog (The Capilano Review), March 6, 2012. Blog post related to The Capilano Review Series 3, No. 16 (Winter 2012). Free online and here.

Marie-Hélène Tessier, "What Literature Wants." TCR Blog (The Capilano Review), April 23, 2012. Blog post related to The Capilano Review Series 3, No. 16 (Winter 2012). Free online and here.

Alexander Theroux, "A Boston Marriage." The Lollipop Trollops and Other Poems (Normal, IL: Dalkey Archive Press, 1992), pp. 19-20. Free online (first page, second page) and here.

Alexander Theroux, "The Gospel According to Laura Sparkley"; "A Boston Marriage." Collected Poems (Seattle, WA: Fantagraphics Books, 2015), pp. 199-201, 432-434.

theusedlife, "Matchstick." The Used Life, August 26, 2018. Free online.

David Bond Thomas, Homage to Ezra Pound (Avondale, Pa.: The Author, 1970).

Dylan Thomas, "A Letter to My Aunt Discussing the Correct Approach to Modern Poetry." 21 December 1933. Selected Letters, ed. and with commentary by Constantine Fitzgibbon (New York: New Directions Publishing Corporation, 1966; London, Dent, 1966), pp. 69-71. Rpt. in Thomas, The Poems of Dylan Thomas, ed. with an introd. and notes by Daniel Jones; with a preface by Dylan Thomas (New York: New Directions, 1971), pp. 83-85, free online (first two pages, last page); Thomas, The Collected Letters of Dylan Thomas, ed. Paul Ferris (London: Dent, 1985), pp. 68-70; Thomas, The Poems of Dylan Thomas, ed. with an introd. and notes by Daniel Jones; with a preface by Dylan Thomas (New York: New Directions, 2003), pp. 97-99, free online; The Tenth Muse: An Anthology, ed. Anthony Astbury; with a preface by Michael Schmidt (Manchester: Carcanet in association with the Greville Press, 2005); and Thomas, The Collected Poems of Dylan Thomas: The New Centenary Edition, ed. and annotated by John Goodby (London: Weidenfeld & Nicolson, 2014) (also published as Thomas, The Poems of Dylan Thomas, ed. and annotated by John Goodby (New York: New Directions, 2017)), pp. 48-49. Free online and here and here and here and here and here and here and here and here and here.

Dylan Thomas, "Letter to Loren." June-August 1950. First published, along with an introd. and notes by Jeff Towns and a facsimile of the original, in London Magazine 33 (1993): 23-28. Rpt. as Thomas, Letter to Loren, with an introd. and notes by Jeff Towns (Swansea: Salubrious Press, 1993) and, as "Verse Letter to Loren McIver and Lloyd Frankenberg," in Thomas, The Collected Poems of Dylan Thomas: The New Centenary Edition, ed. and annotated by John Goodby (London: Weidenfeld & Nicolson, 2014) (also published as Thomas, The Poems of Dylan Thomas, ed. and annotated by John Goodby (New York: New Directions, 2017)), pp. 186-190. An undated holograph draft, along with papers, 1987-1994, relating to the publication of the limited edition of Letter to Loren (Swansea, 1993), is housed in the Jeff Towns (Dylan Thomas) Collection, 1925-2013, GB 0210 DYLTJT, Llyfrgell Genedlaethol Cymru = The National Library of Wales, Aberystwyth. Finding aid.

John Thomas [John Thomas Idlet], "The Squirrels." Epopœia and the Decay of Satire (Los Angeles and Fairfax: The Red Hill Press, 1976), pp. [5]-[6]. Free online. Rpt. in Thomas, The Selected Poems and Poetry of John Thomas (CreateSpace, 2011), pp. 4-5.

Lorenzo Thomas, "Fit Music [V]." San Diego, 1970. Fit Music: California Songs, 1970 (New York: Angel Hair Books, 1972). Rpt. in Thomas, The Bathers (New York: I. Reed Books, 1981), p. 75, and in Thomas, The Collected Poems of Lorenzo Thomas, eds. Aldon Lynn Nielsen and Laura Vrana (Middletown, Connecticut: Wesleyan University Press, 2019), pp. 57-68 [V, p. 61, free online].

Jon Thompson, "After Reading Jefferson, James, and Pound." Word For/Word: A Journal of New Writing 1.1 (2002). Free online.

William Irwin Thompson, "Cambridge Rant." Poets Against the War, eds. Sam Hamill with Sally Anderson and others (New York: Thunder's Mouth Press/Nation Books, 2003), pp. 232-235, free online (first two pages,.last two pages). Free online and here.

John Thoreen, "Canticle for Ezra Pound." Beef and Bourbon Aesthetics: Two Poems ([United States]: Poiesis Press, 1968).

Tim Thorne, "Poem For Bob Adamson's Head." The What of Sane (Sydney: Poetry Society of Australia, 1971). Free online and here.

Dontspillmi Ti, untitled poem ["Ezra Pound's words not here, see!". . .]. Jerz's Literacy Weblog (est. 1999), 14 July 2019. Free online.

Lary Timewell, Tones employed as loss (a section from molecular hyperbole) (Ottawa, ON: Above/ground Press, 2013). Free online.

Charles B. Timmer, "Dedication to Ezra Pound." Contemporary Verse (Victoria, B.C.) 29 (Fall 1949): 15.

José M. Tirado, "On Surgical Mentors." The Galway Review, October 23, 2014. Free online.

TISM, "Ezra Pound - Axe King." Great Truckin' Songs of the renaissance ([Australia]: Elvis Records, 1988) [CD]. Free online and here.

TISM, "Mistah Eliot - He Wanker." Form and Meaning Reach Ultimate Communion ([Australia]: Elvis Records – ER 1202, 1986). Free online and here and here and here and here and hereRecording and here.

Ruthven Todd, Lament of the Cats of Rapallo, 1 November 1972. London: John Roberts Press, 1973. "Written on the occasion of the death of Ezra Pound and now printed ... spring 1973." Rpt. in Confrontation 10 (Spring 1975): 18.

Angelo Tonelli, "Homage to Ezra Pound (liberi interventi su The fifth decade of Canto XLV). With Usura." Ricerca Research Recherche 8 (2002). Memoria di Ezra Pound nel trentennale della morte. (Venezia, Ognissanti, 1972): Testi inediti, a c. di Cleonice Panaro (Lecce: Milella, 2002), pp. 85-88.

Stevan Tontić, [poem about Ezra Pound in the cycle "Posvete pjesničkom plemstvu"]. Hristova luda (Beograd: Arhipelag, 2017).

Mike Topp, "Poets." Exquisite Corpse [68] - CyberCorpse 7 (Winter 2000/2001). Free online and here and here.

Fernando de Toro Garland, Un rosal contra el muro; Cartas al desaparecido; Requiem para Ezra Pound (Madrid: Skolar, 1995).

Tony Towle, "July 2nd," 7-10/72; "The New York Clouds," 4-6/70. Autobiography and Other Poems (New York: SUN, 1977), pp. 8-10, 55. A reading of "July 2nd" by the author at the Katonah Public Library, February 11, 1973.

Tony Towle, "The New York Clouds." 4-6/70. The History of the Invitation: New and Selected Poems 1963-2000 (Brooklyn: Hanging Loose Press, 2001). Free online and here.

John J. Trause, "Coconuts." Tiny Spoon 2 (Summer 2019): 27-32. Free online.

John J. Trause, "Pound Held in the Cage." Picture This: For Your Eyes and Ears (Loveland, Ohio: Dos Madres Press Inc., 2016). Free online and here.

Carlos Héctor Trejos Reyes, "Il miglior fabbro (El mejor artífice)." Ahasverus (poemas) (Manizales: Imprenta Departamental de Caldas, 1995). Free online.

Peter Trias, "Avoiding Ezra Pound." That House in Venice: Poems ([Laurinburg, North Carolina?]: Saint Andrews Press, 1976).

Sean Tribe, "Sermons To Squirrels and Pigeons." In: "The Breath we walk on" (M.F.A., University of Nevada, Las Vegas, 2009), p. 34. Free online and here. Published in Interim 28.1-2 (2010).

Terry Trueman, "The Death of Pablo Neruda." The Lark - Medium, Dec. 5, 2021. Free online.

Aida Tsunao, "Andrea." Translated from the Japanese by Hiroaki Sato. Exquisite Corpse 6.1-4 [no. 23] (Jan.-Apr. 1988): 11. Rpt. in The Green Integer Review 11-16 (January-December 2008). Free online.

Alan Tucker, "E.P. for his sepulcher." 1 August 2005. FlashPøint Web Issue 8 (Spring 2006). Free online.

Jorge Tufic, "Requiem para Ezra Pound." Os mitos da criação e outros poemas (Rio de Janeiro: Editora Civilização Brasileira, 1980), p. 55.

Mirjam Tuominen, "Ezra Pound." Vid gaitans (Helsingfors: Söderström, 1957).

Lewis Putnam Turco, "Black Mountain Alumni." Poetics and Ruminations, May 12, 2013. Free online.

Lewis Turco, "R.I.P. Ezra Pound." Wesli Court's Epitaphs for the Poets. Baltimore, MD: BrickHouse Books, 2012. Free online.

Michael Turner, "Putford (Mad after Ezra Pound)." In: Make. Art. Possible, derek beaulieu, ed. (Calgary: No Press, 2018). One of 13 items of poems and visual poetry issued together in an envelope in an edition of 50 copies.


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