Lunch Poems - On the Way to San Remo, 2 Poems from the O'Hara Monogatari, A Step Away from Them, Cambridge, Poem (2), Three Airs Summary & Analysis

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On the Way to San Remo, 2 Poems from the O'Hara Monogatari, A Step Away from Them, Cambridge, Poem (2), Three Airs Summary

On the Way to San Remo is a grotesque picture of a New York street. The poet describes a maimed dog, an old ranting woman, and a bus full of fat people. Solitary people dream of love in the horrid night.

In 2 Poems from the O'Hara Monogatari, the poet is in Japan. In the first part, he sits in an extravagant outfit drinking bourbon. In the second, he has returned from an exhausting trip to a shrine. He sits by his seaside cottage at night easing his aching muscles, perhaps with a friend.

In A Step Away From Them, O'Hara walks through New York on...

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