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Open all night : new poems

ผู้แต่ง: Charles Bukowski
สำนักพิมพ์: Santa Rosa, CA : Black Sparrow Press, ©2000.
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These 189 posthumously published new poems take us deeper into the raw, wild vein of Bukowski's that extends from the early 1980s up to the time of his death in 1994.

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Bukowski, Charles.
Open all night.
Santa Rosa, CA : Black Sparrow Press, ©2000
(OCoLC)646212724
ประเภทของเอกสาร: หนังสือ
ผู้แต่งทั้งหมด : ผู้แต่งร่วม Charles Bukowski
ISBN: 1574231367 9781574231366 1574231375 9781574231373 1574231359 9781574231359
OCLC Number: 44676139
คำอธิบาย: 361 pages ; 24 cm
สารบัญ: 2 buddies --
Saturday afternoon --
young love --
lioness --
dinner, pain & transport --
love for the first whore --
good times --
Jane and Prince --
a place to hang out --
to Jane Cooney Baker, died 1-22-62 --
I was her lover --
beauty gone --
dogfight over L.A. --
event --
all that --
the stranger --
the other room --
the death of an era --
for some friends --
broken --
wall clock --
the beer bottle blow --
some of my fathers --
black sun --
the players --
batting slump --
somewhere it's 12:41 a.m --
the reply --
searching for what? --
the hero and the shortstop --
my favorite movie --
share the pain --
the old pinch hitter --
ah, ah, ah --
Edith sent us --
we're all gonna make it --
hymn from the hurricane --
soundless --
miracle man --
little theater in Hollywood --
novels --
pleased to meet you --
yes, I am --
now she's free --
we get along --
swinging from the hook --
AIDS --
flight time to nowhere --
a woman in orange --
a poem for swingers --
backups --
merry, merry --
liberated women and liberated man --
a place to go --
age and youth --
a good show --
popcorn in the dark --
a little spot of senseless yellow --
Toulouse --
Bruckner (2) --
in dreams begin responsibilities --
uncorwned --
what we need --
Chatterton took rat poison and left the rest of us in peace --
Jack --
upon phoning an x-wife not seen for 20 years --
big time loser --
like a movie --
an unusual woman --
place pink Porsche --
the arrangement --
polish sausage --
down by the sea, the beautiful sea --
the guitar player --
social butterfly --
a fan letter --
I'm a failure --
too dark --
this is fact --
there's one in every bar --
the beautiful rush --
over-population --
an old love --
beds, bathrooms, you and me --
puzzle --
hot dog --
the fall --
on bums and heroes --
running on empty --
this habit --
madness? --
it's difficult when bananas eat monkeys --
old man with a cane --
empty goblet --
an interview --
poem, poem, poem, poem --
the soulless life --
the x-con --
the way it is now --
dead dog --
20 bucks --
a lost soul --
compassion --
he also flosses every day --
more mail --
look here! --
we can't --
terrorists --
big time --
here we go again --
Manx --
the best man are strongest alone --
another love poem --
the Spanish gate --
no dice --
stark dead --
hello --
lunch --
four young gang-bangers --
I don't care --
Royal Standard --
Mother and Princess Tina --
late night --
night sweats --
locks --
token drunk --
Butch Van Gogh --
I don't want Cleopatra --
the strange workings of the dark like --
open all night --
come back --
my father wanted me to be a mechanical draftsman but --
rest period --
swivel chair --
At&T --
loosely loosely --
fungoes --
Schubert --
problems in the checkout line --
troubles in the night --
where to put it --
Chinaski --
hummingbird chance --
I meet a vegetarian --
the Nile runs north --
all god's children got trouble --
my 3 best friends --
my doctor --
a certain pride here --
a screening --
fame --
thoughts on being 71 --
at the end of the day --
huh --
until --
short story --
as much as I hate to use the "F" word --
competition --
raw --
hardly Nirvana --
garden talk --
a computer now --
a day so flat you could roll marbles on it --
lazy in San Pedro --
it's slow tonight --
an answer to an eleventh grade student in Philadelphia --
the yellow pencil --
a grounder to the shortstop --
don't sit under the apple tree with anybody else but me --
secret laughter.
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