Jersey Quotes

When I was growing up, we had a bungalow in New Jersey which we visited in the summers. Everybody in that small community was named Feldman and was either an aunt or cousin of mine. I just found it comfortable to use the name Feldman.
Aunt
Comfortable
Community
Cousin
Either
Everybody
Found
Growing
Growing up
Had
Just
Mine
Name
The major poets of New Jersey have all suffered, whether it's Whitman, who lost his job for 'Leaves of Grass,' or William Carlos Williams, who was called a communist, or Ginsberg, whose 'Howl' was prosecuted, or myself. If you practise poetry the way I think it needs to be done, you're going to put yourself in jeopardy.
Communist
Done
Going
Grass
His
Howl
I think
Jeopardy
Job
Leaves
Lost
Major
Myself

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