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If all men died at forty-five | 09-Jan-18

“If all men died at forty-five
save poets and musicians
and only lovers were left alive 
to throng their exhibitions”

Enquirer is trying to find out which poem these lines are from and who wrote it. We think it is by Jack Lindsay.

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