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I think we must become good with what is left in ourselves, with what is left over after it’s not good anymore. In other words, to remain whole even though everything is not quite worked out.

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I now reside to Bukowski.
though he talks now of all wrong
choices to be made,
my Bukowski talks of their benefit
and even company. 98 more words


hello, how are you?, poem by Charles Bukowski

hello, how are you?
by Charles Bukowski

this fear of being what they are:

at least they are not out on the street, they… 96 more words


Bukowski quotes so positive you could sell them at garden centres

He gets a bad wrap Bukowski. Whether for misogyny, alcoholism or dirty-realism, he’s a tough nut to love. It’s clear though, from a small crop of quotes, that his misanthropy was a pall covering a simple, hedonist’s love of life. 68 more words


Writer in Profile: Factotum by Charles Bukowski

I generally dread the aspect of starting a novel by an author, particularly if I have not enjoyed a previous effort. Such was the case with Bukowski’s “Post Office”. 192 more words


What a weary time those years were – to have the desire and the need to live but not the ability.

Charles Bukowski, Ham on Rye



I always give value to inanimate objects as well as the empty spaces in which they lay. A value that could be absurd because objects are material things, but they have their magic and poetry and even their own meaning , it’s a matter of observation and finding those little details that make that we feel identified even with little things such as a sugar cube that they serve along with your coffee so you can taste with palatability the coffee recently made in the morning. 239 more words