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Pictures of the gone world

By: FERLINGHETTI, Lawrence, 1919-
Material type: TextTextLanguage: English Publisher: San Francisco, City Lights Books, 1955Description: 27 pSubject(s): POESIAS ESTADOUNIDENSES | ESCRITORES ESTADOUNIDENSES | SIGLO XX | ESTADOS UNIDOSDDC classification: 818.5
Contents:
1. A way above a harborful -- 2. Just as I used to say -- 3. In hintertime Praxiteles -- 4. In paris in a loud dark winter -- 5. Not too long -- 6. And the Arabs asked terrible questions -- 7. Yes -- 8. Sarolla's women in their picture hats -- 9. Truth is not the secret of a few -- 10. for all I know maybe she was happier -- 11. Fortune -- 12. And she like a young year -- 13. It was a face which darkness could kill -- 14. So -- 15. funny fantasies are never so real as oldstyle romances -- 16. Three maidens went over the land -- 17. Terrible -- 18. London -- 19. with bells for hooves in sounding streets -- 20. That fellow on boattrain who insisted -- 21. Heaven -- 22. Crazy -- 23. Dada would have liked a day like this -- 24. Picasso's acrobats epitomize the world -- 25. The world is a beautiful place -- 26. Reading yeats I do not think -- 27. sweet and various the woodlark
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1. A way above a harborful -- 2. Just as I used to say -- 3. In hintertime Praxiteles -- 4. In paris in a loud dark winter -- 5. Not too long -- 6. And the Arabs asked terrible questions -- 7. Yes -- 8. Sarolla's women in their picture hats -- 9. Truth is not the secret of a few -- 10. for all I know maybe she was happier -- 11. Fortune -- 12. And she like a young year -- 13. It was a face which darkness could kill -- 14. So -- 15. funny fantasies are never so real as oldstyle romances -- 16. Three maidens went over the land -- 17. Terrible -- 18. London -- 19. with bells for hooves in sounding streets -- 20. That fellow on boattrain who insisted -- 21. Heaven -- 22. Crazy -- 23. Dada would have liked a day like this -- 24. Picasso's acrobats epitomize the world -- 25. The world is a beautiful place -- 26. Reading yeats I do not think -- 27. sweet and various the woodlark

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