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The prison of the spirit is often self-inflicted. As I say in my poem, Disorderly Conduct, "You have the right to overthrow the king, whose castle's walls your own hands built."
Frank Messina: New York Poetic Hittin
Frank Messina is an American poet, author and performance artist. He received The Woolrich Poetry Fellowship of Columbia University in 1993, also was nominated for the Allen Ginsberg…
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