When she speaks, A.R.D. Fairburn; Pavilion, Bill Manhire; Singing for you now, Sam Hunt; Vignette - Summer in winter, Katherine Mansfield; Salt, Paola Bilbrough; Inventing you, Kevin Ireland; Early morning bus, Garham Lindsay; Song of consequences, Murray Edmond; Shift, Bob Orr; Aztec noon, Geoff Cochrane; And my heart goes swimming, Roma Potiki; Rangitoto/Canoe, Virginia were; The tides run up the Wairau, Eileen Duggan; Bon voyage, Alistair Te ariti Campbell; The sounds, Andrew Johnston; The legend of Marcello Mastroianni's wife, Elizabeth Smither; The ring is lovely, Elizabeth Nannestad; Crikey, Cilla McQueen; Ruth, Ian Wedde; Turning brown and torn in two, James Brown; Trust, Robin Hyde; At last, Iain Sharp; Poem, Jan Kemp; Love poem, Bill Manhire; The foreign city of two minds, Michele Leggott; But you love, Wystan Curnow; My love late walking, James K. Baxter; Gree, Alistair Te Ariki Campbell; Ariel, Bob Orr; Thine own hands have fashioned, Hone Tuwhare; The kiss, Elizabeth Nannestad; The promise, Alan Riach; Wedding song, Jenny Bornholdt; from In your presence, Charles Brasch; When in still air, Eileen Duggan; Weighing up the heart, Jenny Bornholdt; Matai rore au / love song, traditional Maori from Uta, C.K. Stead; Seven wishes, Fiona Farrell; Love by candle light, Mary Stanley; Not made with hands, Ruth Gilbert; Big houses, John Newton; Even in the dark, Ruth Gilbert; Our love was a grim citadel, R.A.K. Mason; Love poem, Vincent O'Sullivan; The cave, A.R.D. Fairburn; The grin, Keith Sinclair; from The Greek anthology, Ross Fraser; Per Diem et per noctem, Mary Stanley; from The poem then, for love, Michael Harlow; A proposition, J.C. Sturm; from Water, women and birds gather, Dinah Hawken; Like lamplight, Brian Turner; See what a little moonlight can do to you? Hone Tuwhare; My sunshine, Bill Manhire; Brightness, Denis Glover; Paradox, Judith Lonie; from The photograph, Joanna Margaret Paul; The history of Coca-Cola, Hugh Lauder; Beautiful golden girl of the sixties, Ian Wedde; Leap,wystan Curnow; About ourselves, Denis Glover; Wife to husband, Fleur Adcock; After loving, Meg Campbell; Earthquake weather, Fiona Kidman; A late honeymoon, Iain Lonnie; The mountain, Lauris Edmond; Signals, Charles Brasch; She was my love who could deliver, J.R. Hervey; Seven mysteries, Michael Jackson; The golden flower, Helen Shaw; He Waiata mo te Kare, James K. Baxter.