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Jazz Poetry Appreciation Month: Logan K. Young, 'The Beautiful, Nuyorican W.C.'

By Logan K. Young l.young@classicalite.com on Apr 28, 2013 09:18 PM EDT

Logan K. Young, "The Beautiful, Nuyorican W.C."

After Ezra Pound...

Negro, negro es la Avenue about el Río

And los squatters have overfilled the close Square.

Y within, la poetisa, en the midmost of her youth.

Marrón, brown de la face, hesitates, passing the door.

Thick, ella puts forth a hand de espesor;

And she was una camarera in los old days,

Y ella has married un sot de ESP-Disk,

Who now goes va boracho en Alphabet City

And leaves her too much tiempo solo.

"That's your bathroom there?" - Carlito Brigante 

Black, black is the Avenue about the river

And the squatters have overfilled the close Square.

And within, the poetess, in the midmost of her youth.

Brown, brown of face, hesitates, passing the door.

Thick, she puts forth a thick hand;

And she was a chambermaid in the old days,

And she has married a sot from ESP-Disk,

Who now goes drunkenly out in Alphabet City

And leaves her too much alone.

To read more from Classicalite's National Poetry Month Chapbook, simply click HERE.

And while we're at it, don't forget about your "Jazz April" Twibbon either!

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TagsJazz Appreciation Month, National Poetry Month, Logan K. Young, The Beautiful Nuyorican W.C., April Jazz

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