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City Madness

I used to sit often composing the manuscript
never denouncing and therefore not to be written
without preparation for trial.

I’d sit contemplating unobvious thoughts without poetry, 829 more words


Lady In A Cage (1964) Like An Animal Orgy House Invasion!

Opening with one of the best opening credit sequences I’ve seen for sometime, inspired Saul Bass on speed. Fast paced bold graphics flashing up harsh lines to the sound of suspenseful pounding free jazz beats. 487 more words


Adrift in Soho: Beatniks, Bums and Bohemians.

The story opens in the late summer of 1955. Nineteen-year-old Harry Preston, having been granted an early discharge from national service with the RAF, moves to London from a small English provincial town to find life and adventure. 99 more words


Poems and Prose - Lenore Kandel

God/Love Poem

there are no ways of love but/beautiful/
       I love you all of them

I love you / your cock in my hand
       stirs like a bird… 1,755 more words

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For those amongst you who do not care, or haven't bothered to care about Jazz, all I can say is that you're missing a great deal out of life.

Baron’s Court, All Change is the Holy Grail of Beatnik novels. Terry Taylor’s only published book, unavailable for decades, documents one summer in the life of the unnamed sixteen year-old narrator. 72 more words


amongst acoustics

I can settle for

A stranger,

And their eyes.

What is sweeter,


A welcomed