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lola_kramer: Frank O´Hara reads "Having a coke with you"

kittywitha_k: In this house every season is Frank O’ Hara season but he really does something special with Fall.

juan_dando: Frank O´Hara reads "Having a coke with you"

OmairBhat: meditations in an emergency, frank O hara

raniyahosain1: frank o hara you will literally always be famous…..

fleshelegy: cannot believe this is an actual line from an actual frank o hara poem

royamrii: times like these you must keep reciting that one Frank o’ hara // you like so much over and over while you sketch some plans over and over as well

newmetaphy_sic: lonely in the way you feel uplifted by Frank O' Hara

rfdzw: ~by Frank O' Hara

ECroydon: Frank O Hara .. Beat Poet. (Snaps)

a__kosev: If you ask me the best Frank O Hara poem to mention food isn’t actually Having a Coke with You at all but I’m into gatekeeping now so I won’t tell

litcharts: New guide! Having a Coke with You by Frank O'Hara

yousa81632031: Frank O´Hara reads "Having a coke with you"

Claudacious2: Anybody got any favorite Frank O' Hara poems that they think I should read? I'm new to him and one of my teachers said I should read him.

busdrinker: had a dream i was dating Frank O Hara in the modern day, and i held his face in my hands. i love him. i hope he's doing well in the next life

meksnosense: frank o hara was so right when he wrote "i am the least difficult of men. all i want is boundless love."

chika_jones: I can’t even enjoy a blade of grass unless I know there’s a subway handy, or a record store or some other sign that people do not totally regret life. - Frank O Hara. I cannot read those lines without joy bursting inside me.

cryingLulu: In times of crisis, we must all decide again and again whom we love - Frank O’ Hara

RebornABastard: whos yalls favorite poet and u cannot say Frank O Hara bc mine is Frank O Hara

wordsthatburn: Frank O' Hara on his reason for writing.

princessekateri: ◽️Billie Holiday ◾️The Way You Look Tonight

Jacki74: My dad died on Friday, I’d like to track down his oldest friend but have no phone no. or address. They kept in touch by my dad just turning up on his doorstep every few years. His name is Frank Maloney, about 72 years old from the Mackets Lane area of Liverpool. Please help? ❤️

wordsthatburn: Which one is your favourite? I've recently been playing around with some poetry and ai. I combined Frank O' Hara with New York and this is what I got. Want to learn more about Frank O' Hara? Listen here:

litcharts: New guide! The Day Lady Died by Frank O'Hara

dykconicpoetics: this is one of my favorite Frank O' Hara poems so happy to see it get some love

zeremiim: Having a Coke with You. Frank O Hara.

storytellersinc: Love to go for a gorgeous walk with a gorgeous dog and a gorgeous podcast (LRB on Frank O Hara & John Ashberry) and then bump into someone who wants to tell me how much they loved my book. Ideal morning tbh.

j0rgewills: (rapidly deteriorating mentally) this frank o hara poem is very good

rilkeism: i love scrolling through my old unsent tweets because . what do you mean i was losing my mind over the goldfinch three months ago. what was my brief but passionate obsession with frank o' hara's poetry. why was i so desperately in love with edmund from shakespeare's king lear

trishanderton: Just came across this lovely and of course sad story about Frank O’ Hara’s death. It’s ironic that the man who hit him was a painter.

lucyharbron: I’m a simple girl. I see a Frank O Hara poetry bot tweet, and I retweet it.

divinityforsale: when frank o’ hara said “it’s a summer day and i want to be wanted more than anything else in the world” felt

LRB: In the latest episode of the LRB podcast, Seamus Perry and Mark Ford discuss Frank O’Hara and John Ashbery, close friends and leading lights of the New York School. Listen here or wherever you get podcasts:

unbelievablee_: never forgiving that guy who said frank o hara’s poetry is for perverts, deleted the tweet and changed it to open relationship people lollllllll

zootedgarf: i forgot to look for frank o hara book in books&books

bristolideas: The NYT likes it: ‘Also a Poet is…a tetrahedron from which all kinds of creative characters pop forth. It’s a big valentine to New York City past and present, and a contribution to literary scholarship, molten with soul.’

pleinairbooks: In ‘Also a Poet,’ a Search for Frank O’Hara and for Peace With Dad Ada Calhoun hoped to finish a biography of O’Hara once started by her father, the art critic Peter Schjeldahl. Instead, she wrote a searching memoir about creativity and family.

pleinairbooks: In ‘Also a Poet,’ a Search for Frank O’Hara and for Peace With Dad Ada Calhoun hoped to finish a biography of O’Hara once started by her father, the art critic Peter Schjeldahl. Instead, she wrote a searching memoir about creativity and family.

zootedgarf: me want frank o hara poetry book

maiQHuun: ‘oh god it's wonderful to get out of bed and drink too much coffee and smoke too many cigarettes and love you so much’ ~ Frank O Hara

zootedgarf: frank o hara and richard siken bots are usually back-to-back after one another on my feed and i just want everyone to stop and think about how much this pains me on a daily basis

groveatlantic: YES: “ALSO A POET is packaged as a love triangle… It’s actually a tetrahedron from which all kinds of creative characters pop forth. It’s a big valentine to New York City past and present, and a contribution to literary scholarship, molten with soul.”

thinkingenglish: In ‘Also a Poet,’ a Search for Frank O’Hara and for Peace With Dad

2000_mondo: In ‘Also a Poet,’ a Search for Frank O’Hara and for Peace With Dad

raymondpsimon: "I didn't know you were a Frank O'Hara fan." -- Peter Schjeldahl to his daughter, Ada Calhoun

thinkingenglish: In ‘Also a Poet,’ a Search for Frank O’Hara and for Peace With Dad

deonnain: "In ‘Also a Poet,’ a Search for Frank O’Hara and for Peace With Dad" by Alexandra Jacobs via NYT

aBookPublicist: In ‘Also a Poet,’ a Search for Frank O’Hara and for Peace With Dad

chaos_BOOKNEWS: "In ‘Also a Poet,’ a Search for Frank O’Hara and for Peace With Dad" by BY ALEXANDRA JACOBS via NYT

earlduncand: "In ‘Also a Poet,’ a Search for Frank O’Hara and for Peace With Dad" by Alexandra Jacobs via NYT

GlutCoop: good read. "In ‘Also a Poet,’ a Search for Frank O’Hara and for Peace With Dad" by Alexandra Jacobs via NYT

jasonmcbride68: "It took the East Village to raise a child." The new Ada Calhoun book, ALSO A POET, sounds like an absolute hoot

eddy_sarah: convinced this is the hot girl read of the summer, if only the durham county library will order it

KatCaric: In ‘Also a Poet,’ a Search for Frank O’Hara and for Peace With Dad

botiiqer: In ‘Also a Poet,’ a Search for Frank O’Hara and for Peace With Dad -

AlexandraJacobs: I simply adored Ada Calhoun's book about the charismatic poet Frank O'Hara, father-daughter frustration, New York City, feminism and how it's impossible to do biography but imperative to try:

dchiasso: Seems like quite the book

sashkascomics: He lived in NYC during the most amazing zeitgeist of the abstract expressionists and his friendships with Helen Frankenthaler and Joan Mitchell and others are fabulous to explore in the book

RA1NSONG: allowing the light to glow there over the river . — for you, by frank o’ hara

maureenwendall: Frank O´Hara reads "Having a coke with you"

AlexandraBougui: Frank O´Hara reads "Having a coke with you"

stuckinmyhair: emojified frank o hara

rohitawasthi: The Critic by Frank O Hara

samcrocker01: cancel frank o hara for this

FedVettel: smtg about connell gifting marianne a book about frank o hara's poems,, so true boy

overannalyzed: what is it about all nighters that makes me want to read frank o hara poems

thepplsbottom: AJ soprano reading Joan didion vs Don Draper reading Frank o hara

saint_juniper: update: following the frank o hara bot is making me write poems

yousukedad: couldn't do my lunchtime depression walk today. but had to walk 3 times from the library to the accounts department for a library card. only problem is i couldn't romanticize it because the frank o hara poem goes it's my lunch hour so i go for a walk among the hum colored cabs.

MahrukhAamir1: frank o’ hara and i have the same birthday, pls don’t forget

gregorovio: When I think about Frank O Hara, I think about this friend of mine who thinks about Raymond Carver and Raymond Carver alone.

wagnerblog: Steps

patkarlcurl: And thus there is a frank o hara replicant. I wonder if I can be so moved again... again... again...

tangerinedarker: Frank o hara but make it “shinbaku and they only last for a summer”

jeremy_millar_1: Because it's his birthday (although he didn't know that…) Frank O´Hara reads "Having a coke with you"

theabhayk: “Memory is a soundless ruin, a habit of mourning that builds no bridges or hands”— Frank O’ Hara

theabhayk: “Poetry is as useful as a machine.”—Frank O’ Hara

samcrocker01: HAPPY BIRTHDA Y FRANK O HARA

ReubenJackson19: Happy birthday Frank O' Hara! If you don't know, you better ask Somebody...

tatterhood_: I just bloody love Frank O Hara so much. I feel like I’m in his world, feeling his sun, walking his streets and drinking his drinks when I read his poems ✨

Hexbot_: Each time my heart is broken it makes me feel more adventurous (and how the same names keep recurring on that interminable list!), but one of these days there’ll be nothing left with which to venture forth. -Frank O' Hara (Aries)

gleiser_ilana: Frank O´Hara reads "Having a coke with you"

WorldGlossary: In times of crisis, we must all decide again and again whom we love. - Frank O' Hara

fragmentarygrrl: having a coke with you by frank o hara had such a hold on me at age 12

LUNARPlCS: Another poem references because I know one poem doesn't echo the pure and genuine feelings and love (platonic) for Cills Cills. - Time does not bring relief (Edna St.) - Having a coke with you (Frank O' Hara) - I knew a man by sight (Henry D. Thoreau)

rawbbie: Can someone make a "Mineola Prep" track team t-shirt? it's kind of important:

lottiebrazier: Frank O' Hara could never have imagined such mundanity

j0rgewills: if only, frank o hara !

StoneSoupWager: Meditations In An Emergency Frank O Hara Mad Men

AmeekSalvatore: You can tell my brain has been fried by Frank O' Hara xx

marxismybadboi: always thinking about this Frank o Hara moment

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gracecamille_: frank o hara reading having a coke with you

TrivarnaH: and thought what a beautiful person and it was you - Frank O’ Hara, from Poem (F) W (The Collected Poems of Frank O’ Hara) ❤️

jprapke: For Grace, After A Party by Frank O Hara You do not always know what I am feeling. Last night in the warm spring air while I was blazing my tirade against someone who doesn't interest me, it was love for you that set me afire, and isn't it odd? for…

carolynjoy: This is the poem I’ve been humming/reciting to myself for months. Happy Valentine’s Day: Morning by Frank O Hara - Famous poems, famous poets. - All Poetry

rufusjones1: Frank O Hara is as brilliant as this poem suggests. Often wrote on the move, speed walking through NYC. Died after being hit by a beach buggy. Love him.

woofwoolf0: Everyone has their price, and I personally would sell my soul and give my heart away to whoever gifts me a copy of Frank O' Hara's poems

Iaconformista: im so obsessed with frank o hara's poetry



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