Charles Bukowski

The Last Night of the Earth Poems

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Poems deal with writing, death and immortality, literature, city life, illness, war, and the past.
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    Karen Najerahas quoted4 years ago
    I knew that I was dying.

    something in me said, go ahead, die, sleep, become as

    them, accept.

    then something else in me said, no, save the tiniest


    it needn’t be much, just a spark.

    a spark can set a whole forest on


    just a spark.

    save it.

    I think I did.

    I’m glad I did.

    what a lucky god damned

    ashilaalma30has quoted5 years ago
    my wrists are rivers my fingers are words
    Mariah Miklushas quoted5 years ago
    if I had a book or a drink then I didn’t think too much of
    other things—fools create their own

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