By Charles Bukowski
Charles Bukowski is one in every of America's best-known modern writers of poetry and prose, and, many might declare, its so much influential and imitated poet. He was once born in Andernach, Germany, and raised in la, the place he lived for 50 years. He released his first tale in 1944, whilst he was once twenty-four, and commenced writing poetry on the age of thirty-five.
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Extra resources for Burning in Water, Drowning in Flame: Selected Poems 1955-1973
21 the driver broke him wide 22 took him out by the fence where he'd be alone 23 even if he had to travel four times as far, 24 and that's the way he went it 25 all the way by the outer fence 26 traveling two miles in one 27 and he won like he was mad as hell 28 and he wasn't even tired, 29 and the biggest blonde of all Page 32 bukowski, charles ‐ burning in water drowning in flame ‐ selected poems 1955‐1973 (1997) 30 all ass and breast, hardly anything else 31 went to the payoﬀ window with me.
The best 107 days are sometimes the first, sometimes 108 the middle and even sometimes the last. arcs and pilgrims, oranges 131 gutters, ferns, antibodies, boxes of 132 tissue paper. 133 in the most decent sometimes sun 134 there is the softsmoke feeling from urns 135 and the canned sound of old battleplanes 136 and if you go inside and run your finger 137 along the window ledge you'll find 138 dirt, maybe even earth. 139 and if you look out the window 140 there will be the day, and as you 141 get older you'll keep looking 142 keep looking 143 sucking your tongue in a little 144 ah ah no no maybe 145 some do it naturally 146 some obscenely 147 everywhere.
She got up, she said 5 at 5 o'clock in the morning 6 and typed at poems 7 or painted 8 and when she felt like crying 9 she had a special bench 10 by the river. 11 her book of Songs 12 would be out 13 in the Fall.
Burning in Water, Drowning in Flame: Selected Poems 1955-1973 by Charles Bukowski