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brunoleyval: Standing on a street corner waiting for no one is power - Gregory Corso

MosesHawk: On the occasion of the forthcoming publication of The Golden Dot: "Last Poems by Gregory Corso," Raymond Foye reflects on the poet’s enduring engagement with the human condition and explores the unique structure of this final collection.

poesispoesis: Mrs Lombardi's month-old son is dead. I saw it in Rizzo's funeral parlor, A small purplish wrinkled head. They've just finished having high mass for it; They're coming out now ...wow, such a small coffin! And ten cadillacs to haul it in. -- Gregory Corso, Italian Extravaganza

venepoetics: I really can’t wait to read the final book of poems by Gregory Corso from New Directions.

JulianGallo66: Gregory Corso: A Most Dangerous Art

Ginsbergpoem: Allen Ginsberg, William Burroughs, Gregory Corso, Diane di Prima, Amiri Baraka, Hubert Selby Jr, Rene Ricard & more - Friday's Weekly Round-Up on the Allen Ginsberg Project -

YellowPup7: As Ginsberg quoted Gregory Corso, “Be a star-screwer!”

robinallender: Love this episode! Pub library features the brilliant poet Gregory Corso.

ADASpota: Burt Glinn ~ Allen Ginsberg, Gregory Corso and Barney Rosset in Washington Square Park, 1960.

hasudi: "Standing on a street corner waiting for no one is power." ~Gregory Corso~

Popinga1: boom ye skies and boom ye suns boom boom ye moons ye stars boom nights ye boom ye days ye boom boom voi cieli e boom voi Soli boom boom voi lune voi stelle boom voi notti boom, voi giorni voi boom Gregory Corso, from The Bomb (1960)

beatnpress: Sorry to hear the British poet who got to share the stage with Allen Ginsberg, Gregory Corso, Lawrence Ferlinghetti, and others at the Albert Hall in 1965 passed away on July 7th. Check out

neelicherkovski: Dr. Jesse Cabrera; Neeli Cherkovski, Gregory Corso, and Allen Ginsberg In front of Cafe Trieste 1985

EdizBlues: The Zeusian pandemonium Hermes racing Owens The Spitball of Buddha Christ striking out Luther stealing third BOMB by Gregory Corso

EdizBlues: ............Ladies not knowing what to do with their shopping bags............. -BOMB by Gregory Corso-

MarinellaSheen: “Standing on a street corner waiting for no one is power.” Gregory Corso

Random__Sample: ⚪️▫️"Who will rescue me from another year in which I stole nothing?" Read “Poem 2: Only lines from Gregory Corso, Fanny Howe & Edgar Allen Poe” by Andrew Gibson and Zebulon Huset, featured in Issue 5 of Random Sample Review! ▫️⚪️

pepoabc_: "Standing on a street corner waiting for no one is power." - Gregory Corso

Whitebuoy31: Gregory Corso Manichaean Buddhism A religious movement founded In Cold Blood in the Californian environs by Kerouac and Ginsberg in which the tenets of Buddhism hinge upon linguistics and the Roman alphabet. Hare on the walls, Perry.

gabewbb: gregory corso RIP

PKhakpour: In other news spoke to my friend Eliot Katz & hoping to have a big interview for you all later this summer all about activism—full of his amazing stories from Abbie Hoffman to Gregory Corso to Bernie!

thpat: "Standing on a street corner waiting for no one is power.' -- Gregory Corso

Remenickywrites: Quotable – Gregory Corso

RaganCarmichael: Quotable – Gregory Corso

nonchalantly_: furthermore, Gregory Corso

SeanSingerPoet: Gregory Corso

NaropaU: Allen Ginsberg, Anne Waldman, and Gregory Corso at Naropa, 1975. Anne Waldman is a poet & teacher, and with Allen Ginsberg co-founded of the Jack Kerouac School of Disembodied Poetics at Naropa Institute .

JohnMcDonald15: You should see it for this alone. Fascinating 1950's jazz types and others. We go out among the crowd and the town to put the festival into context. See if you can catch Gregory Corso in the crowd.

larrybobsf: Article on Hal Willner recording Gregory Corso as he was dying at his daughter’s home in Minneapolis. Marianne Faithfull is also on the recording.

_jackmalik: “In a dying cat’s Egyptian eyes / the lovely mouse is a man of dreams, so my city: / dreamy solace of rivers and bridges brightly / onionskinned in the night.” —Gregory Corso, Beat Poets.

masha44430084: taking gregory corso with me to an island

forLF2DO: Sonic Youth - Leaky Lifeboat (for Gregory Corso) (iTunes Session) (Album: iTunes Soho Session)

YogiScottL: Spirit is Life It flows thru the death of me endlessly like a river unafraid of becoming the sea ~ Gregory Corso

s_ruizvelasco: "somewhere in space, not here but in other place, there's an illusion of my face that's made of celluloid" Gregory Corso

dean_frey: Allen Ginsberg, Gregory Corso and Barney Rosset in Washington Square Park. Burt Glinn, 1957

PoetryLifeTimes: For Gregory Corso & poems by Joe Sonnenblick

HildaMadeira: the time had came. my spirit leaked from the wounds.a whole spirit pooled.i rose from the carcass of my torment. i stood in the brink of heaven. and i swear that great territory did quake when i fell gregory corso

sitalo4: Gregory Corso walktalks with friends in 1989 and 2001

Todd_Conaway: "...he would suggest it was a combination of Kerouac, Ginsberg and Gregory Corso, what he called the “On The Road, Howl and Gasoline street ideologies,” that to him signaled “a new type of human existence” not to be found on the radio—or if so, only at night,..."

rjber15: “Kerouac and poets Allen Ginsberg and Gregory Corso were the prophets of the beat movement which flowered in San Francisco and New York. The term ‘beat generation’ was coined by a friend, poet John Clellon Holmes.” ~L.A. Times, Kerouac’s obituary

poemtoday: Two poems by Gregory Corso....

poemtoday: Proximity A star is as far as the eye can see and as near as my eye is to me Gregory Corso

TomSnarsky: Gregory Corso

TomSnarsky: “Are you okay?” Gregory Corso

ekam_advityam: "Spirit is Life. It flows thru the death of me endlessly like a river unafraid of becoming the sea." ~ Gregory Corso

DavidBusboom: Ran a 5k in 36 minutes this morning, showered, and just spent the better part of an hour sitting in the sun reading poetry aloud to my dog. Gregory Corso, good stuff. Now I may watch a little TV.

agoodusedbook: Gregory Corso once stole an entire suit for a date but got caught and spent two years in prison instead

Easy_Branches: Destiny- Lina Bingi- Gregory Corso- Austria- USA: My name is Lina Bingi. I'm Russian/Italian artist based in Vienna producing works since 2000 with artworks sold to private collections in Italy, Austria, UK and ...

ekam_advityam: "Spirit is Life. It flows thru the death of me endlessly like a river unafraid of becoming the sea." ~ Gregory Corso

siqintbruce: "'Gregory had found in the kitchen a pair of scissors, and he cuts Duchamp's tie.'" -Jean-Jacques Lebel, quoted in The Beat Hotel: Ginsberg, Burroughs, and Corso in Paris, 1957-1963

feli_Unomascero: "Spirit is Life. It flows thru the death of me endlessly like a river unafraid of becoming the sea." ~ Gregory Corso

Jessi_Quinn: 4 of 5 stars to The Happy Birthday of Death by Gregory Corso

themoonlookson: The Whole Mess... Almost by Gregory Corso Photo: Lawrence Ferlinghetti, Gregory Corso & dog Homer, June 1969 by Ann Charters

HermHenry: All of you clowns clowns clowns clowns dribbling in the soup, missing fingers and finding these severed digits in the soup, debating whether Gregory Corso was sarcastic or merely toothless? Fever dreams of the intrepid! Schizoaffective tunnels inwards!

feli_Unomascero: "Spirit is Life. It flows thru the death of me endlessly like a river unafraid of becoming the sea." ~ Gregory Corso

TorchAndBrush: 5 page short story. In college I was a fixture of open mic slam competitions, doing my best impersonation of Gregory Corso or Beau Sia.

SethLSanders: “ Gregory Corso called Gilgamesh ‘proto-Jack Kerouac’ and Enkidu ‘proto-Neal Cassady” --Michael Schmidt. “Gilgamesh: The Life of a Poem,” one of a series of weird 'the story of the story of Gilgamesh' books and articles.

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feli_Unomascero: "Spirit is Life. It flows thru the death of me endlessly like a river unafraid of becoming the sea." ~ Gregory Corso

feli_Unomascero: "Spirit is Life. It flows thru the death of me endlessly like a river unafraid of becoming the sea." ~ Gregory Corso

fervordelsur: I lost my God in the madness of my cellar. (Gregory Corso)

CapponiColleen: 'In the drama of life as it has been experienced and recorded, or simply imagined, impossibility has had a possible role.' -Gregory Corso

angelo_cennamo: Gregory Corso

forLF2DO: Sonic Youth - Leaky Lifeboat (For Gregory Corso) (Album: The Eternal)

kraydiobelly: Man, Gregory Corso had bars

DSharp_Paris: "And so it's Spring again so what The leaves are leaves again no tree forgot" From "Reflection in a Green Arena," by Gregory Corso. In my battered old copy of "Penguin Modern Poets 5".

Jessi_Quinn: 2 of 5 stars to Long Live Man by Gregory Corso

myskypager: Gregory Corso's poem How To Not Die, from Herald of the Autochthonic Spirit.

queenofbithynia: gregory corso your handwriting is not clear enough for me to be sure you wrote "the dreaming lurch" or "the dreaming lunch" if you did that on purpose I will allow it is clever

zarandillo: Beat Treasure – UND Writers Conference 1974 Michael McClure, Gregory Corso, Miriam Patchen, Kenneth Rexroth, Allen Ginsberg, Lawrence Ferlinghetti, Peter Orlovsky, Gary Snyder, Janie McClure, Shig Murao,... March 18, 1974. – Photo by D. Sorensen

Ginsbergpoem: Rare home footage of Gregory Corso on the anniversary of there birth of Gregory Corso -

cowboycoleridge: The Lovers’ Chronicle 26 March – neither here nor there, verse by mac tag – verse by Robert Frost – birth of Tennessee Williams – verse by Gregory Corso – publication of This Side of Paradise

venepoetics: Gregory Corso (1969)

toastpdf: guy that cries into his pillow over gregory corso

NORTHTRENTON: Happy Birthday to Sandra Day O'Connor, Gregory Corso (d. 2001), Leonard Nimoy (d. 2015), Leroy Griffith, James Andrew Harris (d. 2000), Tinto Brass, Alan Arkin, Edvaldo Alves De Santa Rosa (d. 2002), Mahmoud Abbas, Wayne Embry, Barbara Jones, James Lee and Norman Ackroyd.

JC_Joranco: Friday's Weekly Round-Up - 507 (Gregory Corso's birthday)

JC_Joranco: Checking out "A Tribute to Gregory Corso: A Traveler Who Trusted The Bend In T" on

RayBoomhower: “It is a great feeling to know that from a window I can go to books to cans of beer to past loves. And from these gather enough dream to sneak out a back door.” Gregory Corso, born on this day in 1930

fbeacham: Gregory Corso, Beat poet, was born 91 years ago today

joesview: BOTD: Gregory Corso

ARTSalamode: "They, that unnamed they, they've knocked me down but I got up. I always get up...and I swear when I went down quite often I took the fall; nothing moves a mountain but itself. They, I've long ago named them me." Gregory Corso

thebeathandbook: Happy Birthday to Gregory Corso.

Tamizdata: 1930 — Beat bad-boy poet Gregory Corso born, New York City. 

joeyx666: Happy 91st birthday to the Herald. On this day, March 26th, in 1930: Gregory Corso was born in NYC Today’s poem: “Bomb” Today’s screening: “Corso: The Last Beat” Today's mug shot:

joeyx666: Today’s quote: “… a tough young kid from the Lower East Side who rose like an angel over the roof tops and sang Italian song as sweet as Caruso and Sinatra, but in words… Amazing and beautiful, Gregory Corso, the one and only Gregory, the Herald.” - Jack Kerouac /eof

Book_Addict: Happy birthday to poet Gregory Corso (March 26, 1930), author of the poem "Marriage" and other notable works.

SqueeMedia: Remembering Gregory Corso on his birthday.

blackbart6996: No meaning to life can be found in this holy language nor beyond the lyrical fabricator’s inescapable theme be found the loathed find—there is nothing to find. Gregory Corso

3PennyBooks: Radell Faraday "Ray" Nelson: he attended the University of Chicago (studying theology), then four years studying in Paris, where he met Jean-Paul Sartre, Boris Vian, Simone de Beauvoir, Allen Ginsberg, Gregory Corso, William Burroughs and other Beat Generation icons.

AngelFerox: Happy Birthday to Gregory Nunzio Corso, American poet, youngest of the inner circle of Beat Generation writers. “If you believe you're a poet, then you're saved”

EdizBlues: Gregory Corso in his attic room, Paris, 1957

Spill_Words: 1959 written by: Gregory Corso Uncomprising year—I see no meaning to life. Though this abled self is here nonetheless, either in trade gold or grammaticness, I drop the wheelwright’s simple principle— Why

sojaboy_21: today i learned that gregory corso died in 2001 having been convinced that he died only a couple of years ago and that i remembered him dying and being sad about it. this is tilting me so much.

superfluousbot: My fave poem: Gregory Corso Marriage

SWCGMC: I just got accepted in Who's Who. Gee, I'm not paying! -Gregory Michael Corso Who's Who Criminal Justice Associates Degree If I get enough, I'd like to settle down and continue working on a different degree in Nutrition.

carlrosin: Gwendolyn Brooks, Emily Dickinson, Mary Oliver, Maya Angelou, Lucille Clifton, E.E. Cummings, Gregory Corso, and Lawrence Ferlinghetti! Upsets and overtime battles already—pick your favorites and stay tuned! 3/3

suburbankid76: Ginsburg aged a lot in 16 years. With Gregory Corso in 1959.

insurancewriter: QOTD: "Anything, of course, that goes into the water, comes back to the shore." -- Gregory Corso



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