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Michael Rothenberg

11. Ongoing


Inching his way down
          Hartford St.
                     "a brain and a cane"

"Zen master, cosmic wit, beat original"
"religious Falstaff"
"cranky, wacky, tender, finicky"
"Buddhist abbot, language poet, beat affiliate"
"The most formally radical of the Beat poets"

(Ginsberg warned me about using too many "buzzwords")

                     Allen, get out of my poem!
       You're dead and Whalen is still alive
                     Still here among us

June 23, 1999, 11:41


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