By Charles Bukowski
It is a number of one hundred seventy five formerly unpublished works by means of Bukowski. It includes yarns approximately his youth within the melancholy and his early literary passions, his apprentice days as a hard-drinking, ravenous poetic aspirant, and his later years whilst he seems to be again at destiny with defiance.
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45 XVII e Ternes Absence provides a kind of convalescence. Committed to this gothic hospital Where life has been protracted to a sentence Episodic, periodical As a phantom cast upon a wall, Grotesque, distorted, menacing, immense Out of all proportion to the small Object that caused it, I begin to sense The possibility of being well, Eventual recuperation from a spell Baneful only in the present tense. Practising your absence as a penance, Like an ascetic anticipating hell, I come to appreciate the presence Of the sacrament that says it all.
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Bone Palace Ballet: New Poems by Charles Bukowski