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May 6, 1990 | GLENN PLASKIN
She sits alone. "The widows of the world," she whispers, "they understand this"--understand the mournful lament of "Ocean Child," Yoko, a spirit filled with poetry. "Sleepless night/the moon is bright," she pens into her writing book. "Woke up this morning/Blues around my head/No need to ask the reason why. . . ." No need.
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May 6, 1990 | GLENN PLASKIN
She sits alone. "The widows of the world," she whispers, "they understand this"--understand the mournful lament of "Ocean Child," Yoko, a spirit filled with poetry. "Sleepless night/the moon is bright," she pens into her writing book. "Woke up this morning/Blues around my head/No need to ask the reason why. . . ." No need.
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June 22, 1987 | KRISTINE McKENNA
The Coretta King of rock, Yoko Ono is a vigilant keeper of the flame who ministers the legacy of her late husband John Lennon with devotion and dignity. But alas, the rubbernecking masses got the best of her at the opening of an exhibition of artworks by Lennon which she hosted at the Dyansen Gallery on Friday. The only thing missing from this shamelessly tacky soiree was Robin Leach.
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March 30, 1986 | ROBERT HILBURN
Every time Yoko Ono has surfaced since the murder of John Lennon, she has been accused of trying to capitalize on the continuing adoration for her husband. Forget the fact that she was a highly regarded avant-garde artist and film maker before she met Lennon. Ono has been haunted by the image of her as "the ruthless Dragon Lady" who was responsible for the breakup of the Beatles 16 years ago. She has been ridiculed at times by the press and humbled by a largely indifferent public.
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