was the newspaper of Brautigan's high school in Eugene, Oregon.
As an introduction, Smith wrote:
When it comes to poetry or other types of literature, we leave to others the appraisal of what's good.
It reads a hundred epitaphsAnd then smiles at a nest ofBaby owls.
Covering flower shadows
And its prolific promises
Dancing to the music
Of the moon.
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November 29, 1953: 11.Magazine of .
Featured four poems by Brautigan: "The American Submarine," "A Postcard from the Bridge," "That Girl," and "The Sink." The poem "The Sink" is the second stanza of "The World Will Never End" first published in 1957 (see above).
Los Angeles, CA: National High School Poetry Association.
Included five poems by Brautigan: "The American Submarine," "A Postcard from the Bridge," "That Girl," "The Whorehouse at the Top of Mount Rainer," and "Swandragons."
with French teeth
in her hair
a black sportscar
on the street
To my place,
through the tunnel
all the way out
Credit: "Richard Brautigan—Eugene, H[igh].
(4) 30 May 1959.
8.5" x 11" mimeographed sheets with illustrated front cover.
A San Francisco magazine founded by poets Bob Kaufman, John Kelly, and William J.
February 7, 1954: 21.Magazine of .
on the walls.
a thousand books
and a Hi-Fi set.
but I have
in my vagina.
from little cups
and she reads
but the dandelions
in her hair.
August 14, 1955: 23.Magazine of .
—Edgar Allan Poe
Edgar Allan Poe
was an American submarine,
sailing beneath a herd of buffaloes,
he torpedoed a maelstrom,
it sank slowly
into a drop of our past,
and the buffaloes did not hear a sound,
they continued grazing peacefully
October 2, 1955: 14.Magazine of .
"original Klees and Picassos": Paul Klee (1879-1940), Swiss painter, and Pablo Picasso (1881-1973), Spanish painter.
"Apollinaire": Guillaume Apollinaire (1880-1918), French poet, an early surrealist.