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Ok, now this has gotten me curious... who is bukowski talking about here? :confused:

Gerard K H Love

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Who is the poet Bukowski is hanging out with in this poem? It's in the collection You Get So Alone... pg. 171

Very good question. I wondered the same thing when I read that poem last summer.
It should be easy since it is a poet that lived in the hills near Hollywood. Time wise that had to be Linda King calling jealously trying to screw with his head. Someone on here will know the name. Others may be wondering the samething- who is the Concrete Poet ?


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It couldn't be John Thomas, could it? Because he too, like the guy in the poem, lived in the hills (Echo Park)...
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