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Mockingbird Wish Me Luck his Malibu broads were like his poems they never arrivedFrom The White Poets After reading Pulp I felt somewhat alienated and disenchanted by his particular brand of dirty realism and felt as though a sizable chunk of criticism leveled on him as being a one trick pony might have been justifiably apt However in this collection the rawness of the poetry removes a massive amount of narrative sludge that sticks to a lot of his novels and provides the drunken maxims and portent horse racinhis Malibu broads were like his poems they never arrivedFrom The White Poets After reading Pulp I felt somewhat alienated and disenchanted by his particular brand of dirty realism and felt as though a sizable chunk of criticism leveled on him as being a one trick pony might have been justifiably apt However in this collection the rawness of the poetry removes a massive amount of narrative sludge that sticks to a lot of his novels and provides the drunken maxims and portent horse racing tales into small digestible segments that really work It s the same subject matter as nearly every other poetry collection he has done before though and so the various glimpses we are subjected to of urbanized poverty in lowlife America is glimpses we have stared at long and hard already for a long time Part of the rawness isn t simply the conten To give Bukowski a rating seemsthan a bit silly To review one of his books seems even sillier I love the guy He is my literary pumice stone, scraping all the dead skin off my heals and endeavors The moment I catch myself fretting over a Mockingbird Wish Me Luck Captures Glimpses Of Charles Bukowski S View On Life Through His Poignant Poetry The Pain, The Hate, The Love, And The Beauty He Writes Of Lechery And Pain While Finding Still Being Able To Find Its Beauty. This book contains the famous poem the shoelace.it s not the large things thatsend a man to themadhouse death he s ready for, ormurder, incest, robbery, fire, flood no, it s the continuing series of small tragediesthat send a man I am not a big fan of poetry and in fact this is the first book of poems I have read in quite a few years.I really liked this book though as Bukowski s poems read like very short stories and observations.Bukowski was a well known people watcher and there is plenty of that in this book He has poems on things he has witnessed, anti war poems, time in prison and moving poems about his daughter Of course there are also poems on the many women he has loved.My favourite poem was the shoelace a lon I am not a big fan of poetry and in fact this is the first book of poems I have read in quite a few years.I really liked this book though as Bukowski s po Hank, again He s amazing in some poems, lame in others but still the coolest poet I ever read for, most honest, pure, and straightforward After being left a bit bored of Bukowski since last reading Factotum, this has rejuvenated my enjoyment for his works Really bizarre, hilarious, earnest and raw poems throughout. MockingbirdCharles Bukowski 1920 1994 had a gift for creating evocative titles, including the title for his 1972 collection of poetry, Mockingbird Wish Me Luck The title is apt It derives from a beautiful poem, one of Bukowski s finest, Mockingbird I read Bukowski s poem as a parable on death and loss and cruelty During the summer, a mockingbird has been following and taunting a cat In response to the taunting, Bukowski writes that the cat said something angry to the mockingbird wh MockingbirdCharles Bukowski 1920 1994 had a gift for creating evocative titles, including the title for his 1972 collection of poetry, Mockingbird Wish Me Luck The title is apt It derives from a beautiful poem, one of Bukowski s finest, Mockingbird I read Bukowski s poem as a parable on death and loss and cruelty During the summer, a mockingbird has been following and taunting a cat In response to the taunting, Bukowski writes that the cat said something angry to the mockingbird which I didn t understand One day, Bukowski sees the cat walk calmly up You no facesno facesat alllaughing at nothing let me tell youI have drunk in skidrow rooms withimbecile winoswhose cause was betterwhose eyes still held some lightwhose voices retained some sensibility,and when the morning camewe were sick but no I met Bukowski at a San Pedro book store, he signed three of his books for me He told me that I was the only one from East L.A that came to see him that day I paid for Fuck Machine and I never got it May he RIP


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