Frank O'Hara quotes

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And one has eaten and one walks,
past the magazines with nudes
A glass of papaya juice
and back to work. My heart is in my
pocket, it is Poems by Pierre Reverdy.
down the sidewalk
where laborers feed their dirty
Go back to sleep now
Frank, and I may leave a tiny poem
in that brain of yours as my farewell.'
If you don't appear
at all one day they think you're lazy
or dead.
always embrace things, people earth
sky stars, as I do, freely and with
the appropriate sense of space.
'No, go I must, they're calling
And don't worry about your lineage
poetic or natural.
And here I am, the
center of all beauty!
writing these poems!
oh mothers you will have made the little tykes
so happy because if nobody does pick them up in the movies
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