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by William Carlos Williams

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Williams won the Pulitzer Prize in May of 1963. Unfortunately, he had passed away two months earlier. (Source)

Williams is buried in the same cemetery as punk pioneer Joey Ramone. (Source)

In college, Williams was friends with fellow American poetry titan Ezra Pound. (Source)

Williams worked as a doctor in Paterson, New Jersey for more than forty years. (Source)

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