The Status Q... Copkiller #1 (1968)

Jason

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Here are scans of Copkiller #1 (New Orleans, 1968) featuring the uncollected poem The Status Q For Me And Yew... This mag was edited by Darlene Fife and Robert Head who went on to publish NOLA Express which ran Bukowski's NOTES OF A DIRTY OLD MAN column...

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my question is with the last line. "Don't let anybody ever find that it is worth the gamble to walk away from unhappy places." It doesn't seem like a straight line, there's something melodramatic in there, a clear hint at fear petrifying man from escaping. It strikes me as infantile.
 
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