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Love this, esp "too much Kerouacsearching for his canned whore"
fatigued by plenty of breathingand too much KerouacPriceless! Love this one.
I love 'congregation of boredom' .. fits perfectly here. He certainly had issues with mind altering substances .. soup cans and brillo pads included.
some really great touches through this wayne...i really like the congregation of boredom...the canned whore...yeesh, which aisle is that on....smiles...well done...
spot on! Great read!
An amazing write Wayne!!
Yes he did! Lots of silk-screening. In fact he spearheaded a a revolution in Pop Art that we still hold in awe!Hank
Wow- quite impressive, Wayne. Methinks I shall never view soup cans as nothing but canned whores.
This is an interesting poem and take on Warhol--especially the sense of boredom, search, the commercial atmosphere==i'm a little less certain about the canned whore! Though I confess to not having seen any of Warhol's movies, that seemed a bit unfair to me (as I think even all the paid bodies felt themselves to be artists.) I love the sense of the aisles like streets. K.(THis is MANICDDAILY--http://Manicddaily.wordpress.com--for some reason I can't comment here without using an old Google blog I never really used.)
I love "canned whore"...nice write!
Oh, so Warhol!! I hadn't thought of Kerouac for years. The life and times of Andy are summed up here. Thank you for sharing Wayne. 'Hip' and 'neat'.
Hey! Hey! This is WONDERFUL! What a fitting tribute and uniquely worded piece! My favourite so far.
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