Series: City Lights Pocket Poets Series

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Pictures of the Gone World by Lawrence Ferlinghetti1
Thirty Spanish Poems of Love and Exile by Kenneth Rexroth2
Poems of humor & protest by Kenneth Patchen3
Howl and Other Poems by Allen Ginsberg4
True minds by Marie Ponsot5
Here and Now by Denise Levertov6
Kora in Hell; Improvisations by William Carlos Williams7
Gasoline by Gregory Corso8
Paroles: Selected Poems by Jacques Prevert9
Selected Poems by Robert Edward Duncan10
New Young German Poets by Jerome Rothenberg11
The Love Poems of Kenneth Patchen by Kenneth Patchen13
Kaddish and Other Poems: 1958-1960 (City Lights Pocket Poets Series) by Allen Ginsberg14
Slow newsreel of man riding train by Robert Nichols15
Red Cats by Anselm Hollo16
Selected Poems of Malcolm Lowry (N0.17 Pocket Poets Series) by Malcolm Lowry17
Reality Sandwiches: 1953-1960 by Allen Ginsberg18
Lunch Poems by Frank O'Hara19
Selected poems, 1943-1966 by Philip Lamantia20
Golden Sardine by Bob Kaufman21
Poems to Fernando. by Janine Pommy Vega22
Planet News: 1961-1967 (City Lights Pocket Poets Series) by Allen Ginsberg23
Panic Grass by Charles Upton24
Hunk of skin by Pablo Picasso25
The teeth-mother naked at last by Robert Bly26
Revolutionary Letters by Diane Di Prima27
Scattered Poems (City Lights Pocket Poets Series) by Jack Kerouac28
Dogalypse: San Francisco poetry reading by Andrei Voznesensky29
The Fall of America: Poems of These States 1965-1971 (City Lights Pocket Poets Series) by Allen Ginsberg30
A daisy in the memory of a shark;: Poems, 1970-71 (The Pocket poets series, no. 31) by Pete Winslow31
Hotel Nirvana; selected poems, 1953-1973 (The Pocket poets series) by Harold Norse32
Fast Speaking Woman by Anne Waldman33
Mind Breaths: Poems 1972-1977 (City Lights Pocket Poets Series) by Allen Ginsberg35
Clean Asshole Poems and Smiling Vegetable Songs by Peter Orlovsky37
Factory by Antler38
Becoming Visible (Pocket Poet Series: No. 39) by Philip Lamantia39
Plutonian Ode: And Other Poems 1977-1980 (City Lights Pocket Poets Series) by Allen Ginsberg40
Roman Poems (City Lights Pocket Poets Series) by Pier Paolo Pasolini41
Nine Dutch Poets (Pocket Poets Series) by Scott Rollins42
From Nicaragua With Love: Poems, 1979-1986 (Pocket Poets Series) by Ernesto Cardenal43
Kisses from another dream by Antonio Porta44
Animations by Adam Cornford45
Adventures on the Isle of Adolescence (City Lights Pocket Poets Series) by La Loca46
Listen! Early Poems (City Lights Pocket Poets Series) by Vladimir Mayakovsky47
Pomes All Sizes by Jack Kerouac48
Riverbed of Memory by Daisy Zamora49
Angel in Deluge (Pocket Poets Series) by Rosario Murillo50
Dawn of the Senses: Selected Poems of Alberto Blanco (City Lights Pocket Poets Series) by Alberto Blanco52
Save Twilight: Selected Poems by Julio Cortázar53
Orphic Songs by Dino Campana54
Front Lines (Pocket Poets) by Jack Hirschman55
Nine Alexandrias: New Poems (City Lights Pocket Poets Series) by Semezdin Mehmedinovic56
The Language of Saxophones : Selected Poems of Kamau Daáood by Kamau Daáood57

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