I, Christopher Logue, was baptized the year Many thousands of Englishmen, Fists clenched, their bellies empty, Walked day and night on the capital city.
"The Song of Autobiography", from Songs (London: Hutchinson, 1959) p. 12.
Come to the edge. We might fall. Come to the edge. It's too high! COME TO THE EDGE! And they came And he pushed And they flew.
"Come to the Edge", from New Numbers (London: Jonathan Cape, 1969) pp. 65-66.
Originally written for a poster advertising an Apollinaire exhibition at the ICA in 1961 or 1962, and there titled "Apollinaire Said". The poem is therefore often misattributed to Guillaume Apollinaire. (Source: Quote…Unquote Newsletter, July 1995, p. 2).
Said Marx, "Don't be snobbish, we seek to abolish The 3rd class, not the 1st."
"M", from Logue's A. B. C. (London: Scorpion Press, 1966)