Charles Bukowski

Play the Piano Drunk Like a Percussion Instrument Until the Fingers Begin to Bleed a Bit

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Play the Piano introduces Charles Bukowski's poetry from the 1970s. He leads a life full of gambling and booze but also finds love. These poems are full of lechery and romance as he struggles to mature.
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    Aldair Apodacahat einen Ersteindruck geteiltvor 5 Jahren

    C.B. is not for everyone. His rhythm is off a bit, this themes drown in a mirage of dark shard of excess, violence and sex. There is not just in these poems but visceral,decadent truth.


    Polina Pshidalhat Zitat gemachtvor 4 Jahren
    people who believe in politics
    are like people who believe in god:
    they are sucking wind through bent
    there is no god
    there are no politics
    there is no peace
    there is no love
    there is no control
    there is no plan
    stay away from god
    remain disturbed
    Aldair Apodacahat Zitat gemachtvor 5 Jahren
    agony can sustain life
    but peace is always horrifying
    peace is the worst thing
    seeming to be.
    Aldair Apodacahat Zitat gemachtvor 5 Jahren
    blue moon, oh bleweeww mooooon how I adore you!
    I care for you, darling, I love you,
    the only reason I fucked L. is because you fucked
    Z. and then I fucked R. and you fucked N.
    and because you fucked N. I had to fuck
    Y. But I think of you constantly, I feel you
    here in my belly like a baby, love I’d call it,
    no matter what happens I’d call it love, and so
    you fucked C. and then before I could move
    you fucked W., so then I had to fuck D. But
    I want you to know that I love you, I think of you
    constantly, I don’t think I’ve ever loved anybody
    like I love you.
    bow wow bow wow wow
    bow wow bow wow wow.

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