Anne Waldman

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Anne Waldman Poems

Baby's Pantoum

I lie in my crib midday this is
unusual I don't sleep really
Mamma's sweeping or else boiling water for tea
Other sounds are creak of chair & floor, water

Fast Speaking Woman [excerpt]

woman never under your thumb, says
skull that was a head, says

Attenuate The Loss And Find

name appears
everywhere and in dream

A Phonecall From Frank O'Hara

I was living in San Francisco
My heart was in Manhattan

Matriot Acts, Act I [history Of Mankind]

you no longer believe in anything
movement of train, mauve waves

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Anne Waldman (born April 2, 1945) is an American poet. Since the 1960s, Waldman has been an active member of the Outrider experimental poetry community as a writer, performer, collaborator, professor, editor, scholar, and cultural/political activist. She has also been connected to the Beat poets.
Born in Millville, New Jersey, Waldman only lived i ...

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