Aunt Harriet's Flair for Writing Review Nov 1974

I purchased this a couple days ago. I'm wondering if it's rare. It does contain one of my favorite 70s poems " pull a string, a puppet moves" ( along with 3 other poems). Wondering if these poems were ever collected in his books? I also enjoyed " a plausible finish" . It's a shame if these were never collected. They are excellent--in my opinion.

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mjp

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Love is uncollected.

AN ALMOST MADE UP POEM ABOUT A LADY WHO HAS VANISHED FROM MY MAILBOX is an almost made up poem in Love is a Dog From Hell.
 

d gray

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and covers! i think i'm in love with aunt harriet, whichever one she is...
 

zobraks

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Love is uncollected.

AN ALMOST MADE UP POEM ABOUT A LADY WHO HAS VANISHED FROM MY MAILBOX is an almost made up poem in Love is a Dog From Hell.
A Plausible Finish is (mutilated*) in The People Look Like Flowers at Last and Pull a String, a Puppet Moves... (also "edited") is in Burning in Water, Drowning in Flame.

* "or a novel about a woman with her clit in her throat" was sanitized into "or to read a novel"; "they have: escaped" was changed into "like you they have not escaped" (which looks like a completely opposite statement to me)
 
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