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The power of one word

The power of one word

I have a mental picture
           of the poet Frank O’Hara sitting
in his apartment
           on a glorious New York summer’s day… 120 more words

Poetry

Now that I am in Madrid and can think by Frank O’Hara

I think of you
and the continents brilliant and arid
and the slender heart you are sharing my share of with the American air
as the lungs I have felt sonorously subside slowly greet each morning… 113 more words

Poetry

"Having a Coke with You" por Frank O'Hara

is even more fun than going to San Sebastian, Irún, Hendaye, Biarritz, Bayonne
or being sick to my stomach on the Travesera de Gracia in Barcelona… 299 more words

Love Poem

Lunch Poems by Frank O’Hara: 1. Music

“I am naked as a tablecloth, my nerves humming”

I walk up and down Tottenham Court Road finding lunch options slim. I discover when I arrive at a usually dependable last resort lunch spot that the whole shop has been gutted, emptied, even the sign taken off the outside. 374 more words

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One of Kate Spade's Muses was Frank O'Hara

             

Here’s an interesting footnote to the very sad news about the pioneering fashion designer Kate Spade, who died of an apparent suicide several days ago.  194 more words

Frank O'Hara

I too have lain under trees

I too have lain under trees

 It’s our duty
      to be attentive
consciousness
      that sets us apart
that brings us
      together
not just in times… 33 more words

Poetry

On Five Years of Locus Solus

Five years ago today, on May 27, 2013, I launched this blog with a welcome message and only a vague sense of what this site would become.  509 more words

Frank O'Hara