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Justin Bieber Being Beaten To A Bloody Pulp

Muito boa

Frank O'Hara reading "Having a Coke with You"

Spencer Tracy, 1961. Photographed by Phil Stern.

"Not Waving But Drowning" by Stevie Smith (read by Trevor Howard)

Louise Gluck. If you're not "into" poetry, read "Mock Orange" by LG out loud. Or all of her book _The Wild Iris_. Then if you say you still don't like poetry, I'll believe you.

One of my favorites and a reason for YouTube. "The Rim of the Ancient Mariner" with Richard Burton.

Simone de Beauvoir Explains “Why I’m a Feminist” in a Rare TV Interview (1975)

‘I’ll love you, dear, I’ll love you Till China and Africa meet, And the river jumps over the mountain And the salmon sing in the street, As I walked out one evening-- W.H. Auden, 1907-1973

Having a Coke with You by Frank O'Hara

"We all know that the power of a great poem is not that we felt that person expressed himself [or herself] well. We don’t think that. What we think is ‘How deeply I am touched.’ That’s our level of response. And so a great poet does not express his or her self; he [or she] expresses all of our selves." —Gary Snyder