Tuesday, August 19, 2014

Early Morning Writings

The title of this post is also the title of the poem from which have been lifted the stanzas below.  (The poem is from a collection, The Happy Birthday of Death, by Gregory Corso.)  Not representative of Corso's style, the excerpts, numbered 5 and 6 in the poem,  nonetheless caught my attention.


The taxi stops at the 42nd Street library
---I don't understand


Two men look into each others eyes
---one shoe is missing

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