Quotation by Frank O'Hara

the beauty of America, neither cool jazz nor devoured Egyptian
heroes, lies in
lives in the darkness I inhabit in the midst of sterile millions
Frank O'Hara (1926–1966), U.S. poet. Ode: Salute to the French Negro Poets (l. 34–36). . .

New American Poetry, The, 1945–1960. Donald M. Allen, ed. (1960) Grove Press.
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