Classic Poetic Dysleixa

Edgar Allen Poe, Hart Crane, Willam Yeats 1916
Frank o’Hara, Bukowski, Ginsberg,
The Rubiyat of Omar Khayyam
Ezra Pound, Emily Dickenson, Sylvia Plath, Marina Ivanovna Tsvetaeva
Every one of them considered mad to write poetry.
My words of madness find me on the George Washington Bridge resisting the urge to fly
Hart Crane’s supposed last words to his sailor assassins were ‘Good-bye everyone.”
Some other people prefer these.
“Fuck you. I’ll show you courage.”
He hung his jacket on the railing and jumped overboard.
Fcuk you indeed.
Classic Poetic Dysleixa in honor of a poet lost at sea.

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