The Last Night of the Earth Poems

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9780876858653: The Last Night of the Earth Poems

Poems deal with writing, death and immortality, literature, city life, illness, war, and the past.

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Charles Bukowski is one of America’s best-known contemporary writers of poetry and prose and, many would claim, its most influential and imitated poet. He was born in 1920 in Andernach, Germany, to an American soldier father and a German mother, and brought to the United States at the age of two. He was raised in Los Angeles and lived there for over fifty years. He died in San Pedro, California, on March 9, 1994, at the age of seventy-three, shortly after completing his last novel, Pulp.

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Air And Light And Time And Space
The Aliens
Are You Drinking
The Area Of Pause
Balloons
Batting Order
Be Kind
Before Aids
The Beggars
Begging
Betrayed
Between Races
The Big Ride
Blasted Apart With The First Breath
The Bluebird
Bonaparte's Retreat
Bright Red Car
The Bully
Car Wash
Celine With Cane And Basket
Charles The Lion-hearted
Classical Music And Me
Companion
Confession
Cool Black Air
Corsage
The Creative Act
Creative Writing Class
Crime And Punishment
Cut While Shaving
D
The Damnation Of Buk
Darkling
Darkness And Ice
Days Like Razors, Nights Full Of Rats
Death Is Smoking My Cigars
Dinner, 1933
Dinosauria, We
Downers
Downtown Billy
Duck And Forget It
The Eagle Of The Heart
The Editor
Edward Sbragia
Elvis Lives
Everything You Touch
Eyeless Through Space
Fan Letter
The Feel Of It
Finished
The Flashing Of The Odds
Flat Tire
Flophouse
Freaky Time
The Genius
Get Close Enough And You Can't See
Going Out
A Good Job
The Greatest Actor Of Our Day
Hand-outs
Hangovers
Happy Birthday
Heat Wave
Hell Is A Closed Door
Hello, Hamsun
Hemingway Never Did This
Hock Shops
Hold On, It's A Belly Laugh
Hunk Of Rock
The Idiot
Ill
In And Out Of The Dark
In Error
In The Bottom
In The Shadow Of The Rose
Inactive Volcano
The Interviewers
An Invitation
It's A Shame
The Jackals
Jam
The Lady And The Mountain Lion
Last Seat At The End
A Laugh A Minute
Let Me Tell You
The Lost And The Desperate
Luck Was Not A Lady
The Man With The Beautiful Eyes
Moving Toward The 21st Century
Mugged
My Buddy In Valet Parking At The Race Track
My Buddy, The Buddha
My First Computer Poem
My German Buddy
My Uncle Jack
Nirvana
No More, No Less
No Sale
Now (1)
Off And On
Oh, I Was A Ladies' Man
The Old Horseplayer
Only One Cervantes
The Open Canvas
The Pack
Peace
A Poet In New York
Poetry
Poetry Contest
Post Time
Pulled Down Shade
Question And Answer
Recognized
The Replacements
Rossini, Mozart And Shostakovich
The Science Of Physiognomy
See Here, You
Shock Treatment
Shooting The Moon In The Eye
Show Biz
Sitting With The Ibm
Small Cafe
Snapshots At The Track
The Soldier, The Wife And The Bum
Spark
Splashing
A Strange Day
A Suborder Of Naked Buds
Such Luck
Surprise Time Again
Tag Up And Hold
The Telephone
That I Have Known The Dead
Them And Us
They Are Everywhere
They Don't Eat Like Us
This
This Rejoinder
Those Mornings
Torched-out
Transport
Trollius And Trellises
Two Toughs
Upon This Time
Victory
Waiting
Wandering In The Cage
War
Warm Light
Washrag
We Ain't Got No Money, Honey, But We Got Rain
What A Writer
Within The Dense Overcast
The Word
The Writer
X-idol
You Know And I Know And Thee Know
Young In New Orleans
Zero
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