Help finding a poem?

I am looking for a poem by Bukowski, maybe someone can help.
It was about a fellow drinker in a bar, his name was Fred, and he always sat and drank alone.
'He spent more time in the bar than me, and that was saying something' (approx. quote).

Someone recently did a reading of it on Youtube but I forgot to save it.
 
You're looking for "Bonaparte's Retreat" from Last Night of the Earth Poems.

I'm not sure I can post the whole thing here, but here's a bit to refresh your memory.

Fred, they called him.
he always sat at the end of the
bar
near the doorway
and he was always there
from opening to
closing.
he was there more than
I was,
which is saying
something.
 
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