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By John Wieners

707 Scott highway, the magazine of John Wieners, dates from 1958-9, the years while Weiners used to be composing The resort Wentley Poems, in addition to a number of the nice lyrical poems incorporated in his chosen Poems. The magazine comprises types of a few of those poems in addition to others that experience by no means been released at any place. "I needs to disregard tips on how to write," he states at the beginning web page. "I needs to unlearn what has been taught me." after which later, a piece much less portentously: "I needs to find out how to not write. i have to watch with my five senses." Wieners was once twenty-four, nonetheless greedy for the ineffable "other" that may someway attach his a variety of selves and provides his existence which means, but he was once already absolutely shaped (in many ways) as a poet. The query was once how to find the "other," the right way to get there via invocation, intercourse, poetry, medicinal drugs and magic.

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The Round Table companion must array himself for the lonely quest of the supernatural. mind. Which benzedrine may have destroyed. Lost. Just another line link in the unending chain of uaNrt ros. September 6 And into the room on Sunday afternoon about two and started talking about screws. He so Crystal and the man burst opened the bureau drawer and answered her questions. For the real dope 6end there is nothing to do absolutely but the ritual of transmuting his dope into his blood and thereby his brain and then noting whatever lies around him, what comes into his ken, Darien, on a peak over the Pacific.

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