Anselm Hollo

(12 April 1934 – 29 January 2013)

Anselm Hollo
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Anselm Paul Alexis Hollo was a Finnish poet and translator. He lived in the United States from 1967 until his death in January of 2013.

Paavo Anselm Aleksis Hollo was born in Helsinki, Finland. His father, Juho Aukusti Hollo[1] (1885–1967) — who liked to be known as "J. A." Hollo — was Professor of Philosophy at the University of Helsinki, an essayist, and a major translator of literature into Finnish. His mother was Iris Antonina Anna Walden, a music teacher and daughter of organic chemist Paul Walden. He lived for eight years in the United Kingdom producing three children: Hannes, Kaarina, and Tamsin, with his first wife, poet Josephine Clare. He was a permanent ... more »

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5 & 7 & 5

follow that airplane
of course I'm high this is
an emergency

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giant Scots terrier
I thought I saw was known as
Taxicab Mountain

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brown photo legend
"serene enjoyment" they suck
pipes bones crumbled back

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night train whistles stars
over a nation under
mad temporal czars

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round lumps of cells grow
up to love porridge later
become The Supremes

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lady I lost my
subway token we must part
it's faster by air

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"but it's our world"
tiny blue hands...

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