musings, Antaeus No. 73/74, Spring 1994


And in the end...
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That's such a fantastic poem, really sharp and funny, can't help laughing every time I read these lines:

people who prefer to be alone and lonely people
cannot be put in the same room together.


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some pretty good zingers is after the other, and just as Skygazer pointed out always done with much humour.

Gary Eisenberg

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Probably room for a collection of Bukowski aphorisms. He had them all over the place. I can envision such a collection, a la F. Nietszche. Hopefully should this come to pass, its contents won't be "edited" - just "selected."


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"my father was blind in one eye, deaf in one ear,
wrong in one life"

sounds just like my old man.

check. check.