"I celebrate myself, and sing myself,/And what I assume you shall assume,/For every atom belonging to me as good belongs to you.//I loafe and invite my soul,/I lean and loafe at my ease observing a spear of summer grass."
Congrats on a year of blogging; I only stumbled in recently thanks to your gracious link, but any friend of Dylan Thomas is a friend of mine. I won't be showing this pic around, though; our cats will use it as an excuse to keep smoking those damn Gauloises.
I didn't know they made berets that small.This is New Directions (Ezra Pound called it Nude Erections) Paperbook No. 51, first published 1955. According to the sticker inside, it was once in the possession of Ann Gellman, 3 West 75th St., New York 23, N.Y. I have no recollection of how or where I got it. Alvin Lustig designed the cover.
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