02Apr2013 Howl & Allen Ginsberg categories: Cats & writers Howl and his writer Allen Ginsberg and a black unidentified cat. 9 Comments on Howl & Allen Ginsberg Bernadette 2013/04/02 at 21:58 (7 years ago) Something about poets and cats… Reply Marcus 2013/04/04 at 17:51 (7 years ago) Yes in deed. What is it? The mysterious nature of cats perhaps? Reply Meg 2013/04/03 at 00:14 (7 years ago) I had a published poet friend in Haddam, Connecticut, a contemporary of Ginsberg’s, who hung out with those crazy guys back in the sixties. They would visit each other’s homes cross-country for decades. Stories galore. No cats. Reply Marcus 2013/04/04 at 17:52 (7 years ago) Wow, this in very interesting. But no cats? No stories about cats? Reply Bernadette 2013/04/04 at 18:01 (7 years ago) Marcus, I think it’s that very solitary nature, of sharing a space but being apart. I hate to be trite, but from my perspective as an artist, they are also “poetry in motion.” Reply Marcus 2013/04/04 at 18:20 (7 years ago) You are right. I have struggled with social phobia all my life, when cats moved in with me I felt a connection, like we were the same. You are right about the poetry in motion. And thanks for the new word – “trite”. I had to look it up :) Reply Gail White 2015/08/29 at 01:50 (5 years ago) For more poems about cats, see Gail White’s book “Asperity Street” at Amazon or Able Muse Press – especially them poem “She Compares Her Lover to Her Cat,” Reply docowen 2016/06/12 at 17:58 (4 years ago) Interesting photos Reply BestRafael 2019/07/19 at 20:45 (9 months ago) I see you don’t monetize culturalcat.com, don’t waste your traffic, you can earn extra cash every month with new monetization method. This is the best adsense alternative for any type of website (they approve all sites), for more info simply search in gooogle: murgrabia’s tools Reply Leave a Reply Cancel reply Notify me of follow-up comments by email. Notify me of new posts by email.