Here you will find the Poem My Generation Reading The Newspapers of poet Kenneth Patchen
We must be slow and delicate; return the policeman's stare with some esteem, remember this is not a shadow play of doves and geese but this is now the time to write it down, record the words? I mean we should have left some pride of youth and not forget the destiny of men who say goodbye to the wives and homes they've read about at breakfast in a restaurant: 'My love.'?without regret or bitterness obtain the measure of the stride we make, the latest song has chosen a theme of love delivering us from all evil?destroy. . . ? why no. . . this too is fanciful. . . funny how hard it is to be slow and delicate in this, this thing of framing words to mark this grave I mean nothing short of blood in every street on earth can fitly voice the loss of these.