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A_man_at_peace: To gain your own voice, forget about having it heard. Become a saint of your own province and your own consciousness. Allen Ginsberg

alasdair_h: good morning allen ginsberg

zdfrp: Jean Genet, Allen Ginsberg, Terry Southern and Bill Burroughs 1968, Photo by Michael Cooper.

ellenvrana: Allen Ginsberg would be someone we could ideally resurrect for our times. His naming of pain and for his urgent longing for humanity to notice, to care - for there is no brighter dignity than to notice one's fellow man.

storizenmag: “To gain your own voice, you have to forget about having it heard.” — Allen Ginsberg

TommyPotts14: saw these two LIVE God Bless Allen Ginsberg

McMurtrieSF: “America this is quite serious.” — Allen Ginsberg

iherb22Voucher5: “Night is thee wonderful opportunity to take rest, to forgive, to smile, to get ready for all the battles that you have to fight tomorrow.” – Allen Ginsberg ~iherb

ryancbeck777: “Broken Legs in [Warzone]! Eyes staring at heaven, Eyes weeping at earth. Millions of bodies in pain! Who can live with this Consciousness and not wake frightened at sunrise?” -Allen Ginsberg 1970

twylyricbot: I had dreams of myself As the Allen Ginsberg of this generation But without the talent, madness or vision I guess it's looking hopeless

juan_cuellar415: Happy Birthday to Combat Rock released 40 years ago today! This is my favorite song from that album! Beat poet Allen Ginsberg does some a spoken word to the Clash's beautifully written "Ghetto Defendant".

OzarksWatcher: "To paraphrase Allen Ginsberg... I saw the best minds of my children's generation enrolled in character education classes, basketball leagues, and theater programs, dragging themselves through the streets of Nixa."

SuchanVladimir: When Allen Ginsberg kept evoking Moloch in his Howls, hardly anyone understood or much struggled against the programmed denial of how literal it was.

gutmunchies: shout out to that one time a my little pony fan song tricked me into memorizing part of allen ginsberg's "a supermarket in california"

gutmunchies: also my apologies to allen ginsberg whose name i absolutely butcher every single time

zdfrp: "I do nothing with my life except romanticize and deteriorate with indecision." Allen Ginsberg

QueeredR: 2) "Millions of daughters walk in the mud Millions of children wash in the flood A million girls vomit and groan Millions of families hopeless alone” ― Allen Ginsberg, 'Poems'

DavidCranmerUn1: cultivated important friendships with William S. Burroughs and Allen Ginsberg, and lectured at the Free University of New York on 'Anarchist and Synergetic Politics' in 1965. Among Wilson's 35 books, and many other works, perhaps his best-known volumes remain the cult classic

incubadorista: OLPL: ·La Cuba de Allen Ginsberg: Stupid & Full of Authoritative Bullshit·

judithploegman: “The Beat Generation was just Allen Ginsberg’s friends". But it was not. Hier vind je bundels van Diane di Prima, Hettie Jones, Anne Waltman, Joyce Johnson, Ruth Weiss en Diane Leverton.

waterloobot: P.S. Allen Ginsberg to Peter Orlovsky—1958: Tho I long for the actual sunlight contact between us I miss you like a home. Shine back honey & think of me. 8/10/20 5:36 AM

kitscheart: “Poets are damned… but see with the eyes of angels.” Allen Ginsberg

jennyeather: Here's Patti Smith reading 5 a.m. by Allen Ginsberg

rsquotesbot: “Be careful. You are not in Wonderland. I've heard the strange madness long growing in your soul. But you are fortunate in your ignorance, in your isolation. You who have suffered find where love hides. Give, share, lose— lest we die unbloomed.” - Allen Ginsberg

HayIn2: Meet the New Old Book Collectors - Amy Winehouse’s copy of “Howl, Kaddish, and Other Poems,” by Allen Ginsberg. “Late last month, during the New York International Antiquarian Book Fair at the Park Avenue Armory, Rebecca Romney withdrew a copy...

spectator_books: Photos are of: John Tytell & Allen Ginsberg picking vegetables, 1973 Peter Orlovsky in Basil, Cherry Valley, 1973 Anne Waldman with Diane di Prima, Boulder, 1982 Joyce Johnson with Daphne at home, 1997

sheila_federico: Allen Ginsberg: Some things, once you've loved them, become yours forever. And if you try to let them go... They only circle back and return to you. They become part of who you are... Lucien Carr: ...or they destroy you.

_zanderrose_: I’ve never really been into poetry except briefly in high school when I had a really good English teacher, but I think I’m starting to get it now. I really like Lawrence Ferlinghetti so far so I guess I’ll check out Allen Ginsberg next probably

ErinMorreale: Warren Beatty and Madonna at Francesco Clemente’s New Year’s Eve party in New York City on December 31, 1989. Photos by Allen Ginsberg

Horse_loglines: Allen Ginsberg, naturally immune to COVID-19, struggles to save college.

AntifaPrensa: Dark Medieval Times

GillyWhite8: Happy Birthday to the huge and powerful poetic spirit known as Bernadette Mayer. And thanks for the reminder, Allen Ginsberg Estate.

joseph_gaglione: Dominique Nabokov’s ‘NEW YORK LIVING ROOMS’ Project Polaroid photos of artists and writers living spaces in New York City. Allen Ginsberg/ Francesco Clemente

mobiquotes: Allen Ginsberg instructs: "First thought, best thought." Oh, to have my every spontaneous thought count as poetry! No draft after draft like a draft

MidwestWriters: “To gain your own voice, you have to forget about having it heard.” — Allen Ginsberg

EstherHawdon: "Drinking my tea Without sugar ― No difference." Allen Ginsberg (image: right: Utamaro)

Stand_By_Johnny: It reminds me of the way Allen Ginsberg's "Howl" was received. They called the poem obscene, even the publisher was arrested. Then it went to the Supreme Court and guess what? The court said there was redeeming social value in that poem and it was legitimate political protest.

TimesObits: As the editor of the Chicago Review, Rosenthal played a key role in promoting the writing of Allen Ginsberg, Lawrence Ferlinghetti and Jack Kerouac. A local paper called it “one of the foulest collections of printed filth publicly circulated”.

customer_wifi: My cool English Prof at the beginning of class today: my “Multiverse of Madness” are the multiple brilliantly written verses that make up Allen Ginsberg’s landmark epic Beat poem HOWL My class to each other: ok that’s actually pretty dope, I’m more interested in this subject now

stevesilberman: Painter Alice Neel with young Allen Ginsberg and Peter Orlovsky, 1959.

twylyricbot: I had dreams of myself As the Allen Ginsberg of this generation But without the talent, madness or vision I guess it's looking hopeless

Dputerbaugh: I think allen Ginsberg and David cross are related

Ginsbergpoem: Allen Ginsberg on Shelley continues -

Ginsbergpoem: “Whom men love not – and yet regret” - Shelley and self-regard - Allen Ginsberg on Shelley -

DinahHoltzman: "Howl" by Allen Ginsberg - Poetic Monologue Starring Lana Del Rey

TheGherking: Even Allen Ginsberg is a borderline simp for the guy. He's desperately trying to make a connection with Dylan in scenes in the film. Which Dylan aloofly nods along in response. Ginsberg doesn't need to prove anything but it appears he feels like he's an insect in comparison.

PaulSchlienz: "Moloch! Moloch! Nightmare of Moloch! Moloch the loveless! Mental Moloch! Moloch the heavy judger of men!" - Allen Ginsberg, "Howl," 1956

2Perezbecerra: Allen Ginsberg, William Burroughs, and. Phillip Whalen, Naropa

eudaemonology: “Follow your inner moonlight; don't hide the madness.” Allen Ginsberg

jstwaittilnxtyr: sometimes I get a random new piece of my grandfathers lore. today it’s that he met and photographed allen ginsberg ?

reverse_mail: Mistaking Alan Greenspan for Allen Ginsberg and ruining poetry night

cunninghamjeff: The only way to ruin an Allen Ginsberg poetry night is if he shows up.

AdventuresHanks: I can not imagine anyone on this planet that hasn’t seen this video. But… just in case.

authorali1: Allen Ginsberg said, "To gain your own voice you have to forget about it being heard." "Howl" is the most powerful poem I've ever read. It came straight from the center of his heart. Write who you are. Eventually, others will begin to notice.

CultrHack: Filmed in the back of the Savoy Hotel in London, very near where I work. Featured the glamorous movie star Allen Ginsberg.

ashramsofindia: Watching the River Flow. Rishikesh, Feb 1962. Allen Ginsberg took this photo of Gary Snyder (L) and Peter Orlovsky (R) while they were staying at the Sivananda Ashram.

PaulSchlienz: "Moloch! Moloch! Nightmare of Moloch! Moloch the loveless! Mental Moloch! Moloch the heavy judger of men!" - Allen Ginsberg, "Howl," 1956

robertskmiles: Has anyone done this yet? I told my GPT-2 program to write new verses for Allen Ginsberg's Howl, and forgot to tell it to stop:

haymanfelix: 8/05/1966 The filming of the promotional film for Bob Dylan’s 'Subterranean Homesick Blues' took place at the side of the Savoy Hotel in London. Actors in the background were Allen Ginsberg and Bob Neuwirth.

God_Daneeeeee: when both Kerouac and Allen Ginsberg competed for Carr’s affection. Ultimately, Kerouac and Carr formed a close relationship. Kerouac affectionately called Lucien “Lou,” and Carr returned such affections with his usual impertinence, calling Jack his “has-been queen.” 존나...;

fearofyou: «Earth pollution is Mind pollution, consciousness pollution identical with filthy sky, dirty-thoughted usury simultaneous with capitalist metal dust in water courses murder of great & little fish» Allen Ginsberg reading at the first Earth Day, Philadelphia, April 1970.

lebza4sho: Howl by Allen Ginsberg and Burnt Norton by T.S Eliot

stephmsolis: I just broke the news to my bestie that Allen Ginsberg was NAMBLA member…I’m disappointed all over again

hypermonk: On Faiz Ahmad Faiz, Allen Ginsberg, and other muzzled poets. Ominous omissions

StrangeRichard: A great night.. Two of the best. They died in the same year. (So did Allen Ginsberg!)

ojalart: “The rhythm of a long line is also an animal cry.” —Allen Ginsberg

Casmilus: Point of information: the term "New Right" was in use in the 80s to refer to political actors also labelled "neoconservative". See "After The New Right" (ed. Bosanquet), also Allen Ginsberg's poem "Industrial Waves" (in "White Shroud").

Ginsbergpoem: Corso, Kerouac, Cassady, Ferlinghetti, Irving Rosenthal, Joan Vollmer Burroughs & more - on the weekly Round-Up this weekend on the Allen Ginsberg Project -

mondalasik95: Follow your inner moonlight; don't hide the madness. Allen Ginsberg TROPHY AWAITS MUNAWAR

7OdjOHKWlaNKAYO: Allen Ginsberg With Paul McCartney "Ballad of The Skeletons" ‌‌ - Bohemi...

Ginsbergpoem: Corso, Kerouac, Cassady, Ferlinghetti, Irving Rosenthal, Joan Vollmer Burroughs & more - Friday's weekly Round-Up on the Allen Ginsberg Project -

newspoet41: “And how many would-be poets, ordinary poets, and genius poets in U.S. found Kerouac’s legend and texts a model inspiration?” — Allen Ginsberg, Introduction to Pomes All Sizes (p.v)

dinnertheatrics: Captivated by this photograph of Amy Winehouse’s personal copy of Allen Ginsberg’s “HOWL,” with her working out song lyrics in the blank spaces

doloresnoyores: "Be careful, you are not in Wonderland. I’ve heard the strange madness long growing in your soul. But you are fortunate in your ignorance, in your isolation. You who have suffered, find where love hides. Give, share, lose—lest we die, unbloomed". -Allen Ginsberg-

SamKessel: Shadows of Our Evening Tides aus Windows in the Sky, von Alex Henry Foster feat. Allen Ginsberg auf Amazon Music

THEDanVaughn: "America I’m putting my queer shoulder to the wheel." - Allen Ginsberg

Ginsbergpoem: Corso, Kerouac, Cassady, Ferlinghetti, Irving Rosenthal, Joan Vollmer Burroughs & more - Friday's weekly Round-Up on the Allen Ginsberg Project -

66may99: allen ginsberg got it

parisreview: “The rhythm of a long line is also an animal cry.” —Allen Ginsberg

beatdom: Allen Ginsberg explains the meaning of "Beat."

rsquotesbot: “Be careful. You are not in Wonderland. I've heard the strange madness long growing in your soul. But you are fortunate in your ignorance, in your isolation. You who have suffered find where love hides. Give, share, lose— lest we die unbloomed.” - Allen Ginsberg

poetrypostbot: I heard you asking questions of each: Who killed the pork chops? What price bananas? Are you my Angel? — from "A Supermarket in California", by Allen Ginsberg.

ismi_Fadhil: Mostly alone, but never lonely and as Allen Ginsberg said: Follow your inner moonlight; don't hide the madness..™©

AndyEyeballs: Found this comic in a book of political poetry curated by Allen Ginsberg and I feel this deeply

aasiain: “I talked to Allen Ginsberg once about poetry and songs, and Allen told me about a conversation he’d had with Bob Dylan when he was trying to correct Dylan about the grammar of a lyric, and Dylan had said, ‘This is a song; it’s not a poem.’ I know exactly what he means.”

slobodan_ukic: "It’s not only surrealistic, it’s very logical; it's realistic and naturalistic. It could almost pass for somebody talking; you almost might not notice that it’s poetry." - Allen Ginsberg on Bob Dylan

Ginsbergpoem: Corso, Kerouac, Cassady, Ferlinghetti, Irving Rosenthal & more - Friday's weekly Round-Up on the Allen Ginsberg Project -

Sikspeare: “follow your inner moonlight; don’t hide the madness.” - allen ginsberg

NYTArchives: The poet Allen Ginsberg and Dr. Benjamin Spock were among 264 people arrested during a demonstration against the Vietnam war, on this day in 1967

thegreenspecs: My personal favs were an Allen Ginsberg broadside with music composed on Ken Kesey's piano (first pic in last tweet), a poem printed on material that can be played on a record player, and a Barbara Guest poetry book signed for and sent to poet Peter Riley

deathgrills: cuando allen ginsberg dijo yacketayakking screaming vomiting whispering facts and memories and anecdotes and eyeball kicks and shocks of hospitals and jails and wars realmente lo sentí

Ginsbergpoem: Allen Ginsberg at the Iron Horse Cafe WFCR Radio Interview 1986 -

lacuesta_shaira: "Be careful, you are not in Wonderland. I've heard the strange madness long growing in your soul, in your isolation but you fortunate in your ignorance. You who have suffered find where love hides, give, share, lose, lest we die unbloomed."by Allen Ginsberg

Ginsbergpoem: Allen Ginsberg at the Iron Horse Cafe WFCR Radio Interview 1986 -

BaralePoonam: “We're all golden sunflowers inside.” — Allen Ginsberg SASSY WARDEN TEJASSWI

GuyHanginOut: She Allen on my Ginsberg till I Howl

aliner: Allen Ginsberg chatting with Kenneth Koch about manifestos and manifestings.

medicalcoverup: Ruth Bader Ginsburg (1933 - 2020)

poetrypostbot: I wandered in and out of the brilliant stacks of cans following you, and followed in my imagination by the store detective. — from "A Supermarket in California", by Allen Ginsberg.



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