soup, cosmos and tears

Discussion in 'First appearances' started by postino, Oct 19, 2007.

  1. I found this poem wedged into the first Bukowski book I ever picked up off my dad's shelves. It was ripped out of a magazine, and there is a vintage porno picture on the back.

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  2. This is from Evergreen Magazine....
     
  3. coolicious!

    @postino: can we have a scan instead of photograph? (yes, I KNOW it's too big to scan in one turn!)

    @bill: thx for info! is it listed in dorbin? or elswhere? if not: you have the date/number?




    p.s.
    postino: nice avatar!
     
  4. roni,

    The poem appeared in issue #79 (1970). Apparently, it was also published as a broadside.
     
  5. hank solo

    hank solo Just practicin' steps and keepin' outta the fights Vice President First 9 Reaper Crew ROAD CAPTAIN Unholy Ones

    Soup, Cosmos and Tears - Evergreen Review Vol. 14 No. 79 June 1970

    Here you go.

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    Soup, Cosmos and Tears - Evergreen Review Vol. 14 No. 79 June 1970
     
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  6. Oh yeah?
    Says who?
    mofo
    :D
     
  7. It was an offprint from that Evergreen issue, much like the offprints from The Ohio Review (two poems, 1973, signed by Bukowski, 10 copies only) or the "About a Non-Typing Night" broadside (Germany, 1984).
     
  8. thanks, baby!
     
  9. This was collected in The People Look Like Flowers At Last.
     
  10. PhillyDave

    PhillyDave “The essential doesn't change.” Beckett Redwood Original Unholy Ones

    Or was it ruined in The People? I guess it wasn't because the poem search doesn't say it was.
     
  11. Pogue Mahone

    Pogue Mahone Officials say drugs may have played a part Redwood Original

    There was also a bootleg of this one. I think it was the same design but bigger and on really thin paper.
     
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