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-Frank O'Hara's poem "Ode On Necrophilia.+'''Francis Russell O'Hara''' ([[June 27]], [[1926]] – [[July 25]], [[1966]]) was an [[Poetry of the United States|American poet]] who, along with [[John Ashbery]], [[James Schuyler]] and [[Kenneth Koch]], was a key member of what was known as the [[New York School]] of poetry.
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Francis Russell O'Hara (June 27, 1926July 25, 1966) was an American poet who, along with John Ashbery, James Schuyler and Kenneth Koch, was a key member of what was known as the New York School of poetry.

Frank O'Hara's poem "Ode On Necrophilia."



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