Charles Bukowski

The Last Night of the Earth Poems

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Karen Najerahas quoted2 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

bit.

it needn’t be much, just a spark.

a spark can set a whole forest on

fire.

just a spark.

save it.

I think I did.

I’m glad I did.

what a lucky god damned

thing.
ashilaalma30has quoted3 years ago
my wrists are rivers my fingers are words
Mariah Miklushas quoted3 years ago
if I had a book or a drink then I didn’t think too much of
other things—fools create their own
paradise.
Roberto Garzahas quoted2 days ago
the shared

wall of our darkness
Roberto Garzahas quoted10 days ago
my father, never a good man

at best, beat my mother
Roberto Garzahas quoted20 days ago
my first thought of suicide came at age 13 and it has

been with me ever since

through all the botched failures
Roberto Garzahas quotedlast month
at small

tiny and

rare

moments

I wonder

what

I seemed

like

to my

ladies
Roberto Garzahas quotedlast month
their only

relief

being

to meet

another

unhappy

person

or

to

create
Roberto Garzahas quotedlast month
actually, I do think that

my father was

insane
Roberto Garzahas quotedlast month
all these months

have had

a terribleness to them

that I have never felt

before.

I light a
Roberto Garzahas quotedlast month
they didn’t want to

write

they wanted to

succeed at

writing.

I got up to make

my bet.

no use letting a little

conversation

ruin your

day
Roberto Garzahas quotedlast month
they were simply not

crazy enough

in the head

to sit down to a

typer

and let the words bang

out
Roberto Garzahas quotedlast month
knew it all along: she was a

whore
Roberto Garzahas quoted2 months ago
decent

modernity not wanting to upset us with Finalities while we

pay 22% interest on our credit cards.

I follow
Roberto Garzahas quoted2 months ago
death is nothing, brother,

it’s life that’s

hard
Roberto Garzahas quoted2 months ago
being very ill and very weak is a very strange

thing
Roberto Garzahas quoted2 months ago
still, I’m lucky: I feast on solitude, I

will never miss the crowd
Roberto Garzahas quoted2 months ago
this is one of the

strangest times

of my

life.

I’ve got to do a

Lazarus

and I can’t even

shine

my shoes
Roberto Garzahas quoted2 months ago
not writing is not good

but trying to write

when you can’t is

worse
Roberto Garzahas quoted2 months ago
if you don’t already know

I’m not surprised

and

if you do, sucker, good

luck

in the dark

going nowhere
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