I Think of the Olden Armies - Flame, 1959 (1 Viewer)

cirerita

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"I Think Of The Olden Armies," in FLAME (Alpine, Texas) v. 6 no. 3 (Autumn 1959), p. 18-G.

this the third rhyming poem. I'd say this is the closest to a true rhyming poem B ever got. I don't appreciate a mocking tone here.

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mjp

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Wow, again, very interesting to read. If there was no date on that I'd lump it in with the Matrix stuff from the 40's. Some of the lines seems so - obvious.

Maybe we'll find that like the Robert Johnson myth, Bukowski made a deal with the devil at a dusty crossroads on the outskirts of Los Angeles, and sold his soul for a distinctive poetic voice. ;)

Because I don't think he's found it yet in these early pieces.
 

mjp

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That's what I mean - in '58 he divorced Barbara Frye and made a deal with the devil, man!

;)
 

Pogue Mahone

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Looked this one up because someone is selling 8 copies of Flame on eBay.

Wow, this one is really... different...

Great from an historical perspective...

Commenting just so this thread comes back from the grave for others to read...
 

bospress.net

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I knew that these would go over $75. I have never seen a copy offered for sale. A few years ago, this lot would have sold fr a grand easy.
 

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