Allen Ginsberg Quote: “The fact to which we have…”

The fact to which we have got to cling, as to a lifebelt, is that it is possible to be a normal decent person and yet be fully alive.

Allen Ginsberg


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Name: Allen Ginsberg
Profession: Poet
Nationality: American
Birthday: June 3, 1926
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