1960 S Sayings and Phrases
All of the changes in publishing since 1960 are significant. There are far fewer publishers.Donald E. Westlake
I started writing seriously about 1960, at the fairly advanced age of 30.Fred Saberhagen
You have to remember the band played from 1960 to 1965, every night. You get into a rut playing nightclubs every night, and you didn't want to run it into the ground.Rick Danko
In 1960 when Pittsburgh beat us in the World Series, we outscored them 55-27. It was the only time I think the better team lost. I was so disappointed I cried on the plane ride home.Branch Rickey
Having Lost My Sons, I Confront The Wreckage Of The Moon: Christmas, 1960
Near the South Dakota border,
The moon is out hunting, everywhere,
And walking down hallways
Of a diamond.
Behind a tree,
It ights on the ruins
Of a white city
Where are they gone
Who lived there?
Bundled away under wings
And dark faces.
I am sick
Of it, and I go on
Living, alone, alone,
Past the charred silos, past the hidden graves
Of Chippewas and Norwegians.
This cold winter
Moon spills the inhuman fire
Into my hands.
Dead riches, dead hands, the moon
And I am lost in the beautiful white ruins