Lunch Poems - St. Paul and All That, Memoir of Sergei O..., Yesterday Down at the Canal, Poem en Forme de Saw Summary & Analysis

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St. Paul and All That, Memoir of Sergei O..., Yesterday Down at the Canal, Poem en Forme de Saw Summary

St. Paul and All That centers on the poet's pained decision whether or not to move from New York with his lover. It takes place the morning after an intense evening between the two. His lover appears to want to move south to Minnesota and O'Hara isn't sure what to do. They love each other; O'Hara feels safe with him. In the ambiguous end of the poem, he implies that the love just disappears one day, like a sunset no one notices.

In Memoir of Sergei O..., O'Hara is in the nation of Georgia, and he is livid. The area disgusts him, being devoid of beauty, individuality...

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