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Poetry as Insurgent Art: Pity the Nation [Lawrence Ferlinghetti]

“If you would be a poet, create works capable of answering the challenge of apocalyptic times, even if this meaning sounds apocalyptic. You are Whitman, you are Poe, you are Mark Twain, you are Emily Dickinson and Edna St. Vincent … Continue reading

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