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Rosa Jamali 01 October 2019
America which has been written in the heydays of political turmoil in the US and at the brink of Vietnam War, from the early lines of the poem you see the poet is really concerned with the political life of his country and is developing an anti-establishment tone, mentioning the dates and events.
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Michael Walker 28 August 2019
When I first read Allen Ginsberg's poems, like 'Howl' and 'A Supermarket in California', some years ago, they made a big impression on me. Some of his poems are first-rate: others are not. He did not need to use as many vulgarisms as he did. He was good enough without using profanity.
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Neal Cassidy 02 March 2018
Can someone possibly repair the spelling of Allen's surname in the first line? The g has been omitted.
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Nikolaus Legendre 16 December 2017
Where is Howl? I specifically wanted that one
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Cat De Garis 09 April 2015
Confused as to why Howl isn't on here?
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Douglas Scotney 03 June 2014
can you call someone a visionary who wishes to restore the past?
13 23 Reply Mcintyre 07 December 2013
Where is Howl? I was hoping for a more enlightened web page.
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Rick Flores 06 November 2013
I agree that Ginsberg was an underwhelming poet, and I do not think that it has anything to do with not understanding poetry. I'm not going to pretend to see the Emperors New Clothes, or Ginsberg's Good Poetry, as it were. I, too, tried to like him because I am a big fan or some of his buddies; Kerouac, Burroughs, and Kesey (not sure how chummy he was with Kesey, but you get the idea) . I was disappointed to say the least. I admit to having kind of a preconceived notion about what his poetry might be like, according to the company he kept. You can definitely tell that he was friends with Burroughs from the bizarre and gritty gayness in his poems. Definitely reminds me of Burroughs' Naked Lunch. But that's where the similarities end.
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Blaine Child 10 May 2013
i love the irreverence
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Kelly Childs 04 March 2013
Why is Howl not part of his poems on this website, since it is actually his most famous poem?
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Chris Lind 23 January 2013
@Ray Davis You know? I think this a good point. I enjoyed Howl and for the better part of month or so I've been trying to like Ginsberg, I wanted to, but I honestly feel like its laughably adolescent gibberish. Too many times I finish one of his poems and think...ooooook...great. Whatever.
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Sayeed Abubakar 21 May 2012
He wrote a poem on our Liberation War 1971 standing on the street of my city Jessore. I feel proud of it.
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Debbie Fein 22 January 2012
Hamish Morcom -his poems were wonderful. I dont think you understand poetry
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Debbie Fein 22 January 2012
I knew Allen up until around the time he passed away. My Uncle was his cousin and Allen would come over many times to my aunt and uncles house. Allen was so nice and down to earth. He never spoke about his poems - he was just a regular guy.
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James Lloyd 09 January 2012
Hamish Morcom is an idiot.....On The Road would have never been published without the support of Ginberg and Howl.....Philistine
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Hamish Morcom 05 January 2012
Allen, good job when you sucked off Jack Kerouac! I am a really big fan of the time you did that! But your poetry is often terrible
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Michael Dayton 16 March 2008
Hey Allen, Your Poetry Is Truly Inspiring, Hope You Read This From The Afterlife!
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Uriah Hamilton 12 July 2005
Great visionary 20th century poet tranforming thought freedom along with Jack Kerouac and Bob Dylan!
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Michael Shepherd 20 February 2005
Dear Allen, They tell me you're dead. I see no sign of that in your poetry.
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