Bukowski and the sun (1 Viewer)

I just got done reading 'Wait Until Spring Bandini' and it had a sun line in it and so I thought I would type it here. We all know how much Buk loved Fante, a new friend out of nowhere. page 225.

"At noon he strolled to the baseball diamond. Since Christmas no snow had fallen. The sun was furious, yellow with rage in the sky, avenging himself upon a mountain world that had slept and frozen in his absence."

This book was fantastic.
Read 2 poems by Jeffers today (never read him before) and I liked what I read - the way he draws on nature to bring humanity down to size - there's something prognostic about this. He came across more politically than the way Bukowski described him in his writing.

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