Name that poem (1 Viewer)

Does anyone know the name of the poem whereby Bukowski was driving a mail truck and trying to get home before Miriam left? He abandoned the truck, ran home and found a note saying she got sick of waiting and left.


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According to where he says he abandoned the truck in that poem, he may well have worked out of the Pico Heights station, 90006. At least for a time in '53, '54, before becoming a clerk at Terminal Annex.

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No, "Hot" is on the "Poems And Insults" CD!- And yes, it's great. The whole reading is great!
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