Charles Bukowski, The Last Night Of The Earth Poems Quotes
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well, death says, as he walks by, I'm going to get you anyhow no matter what you've been: writer, cab-driver, pimp, butcher, sky-diver, I'm going to get you
of one hundred movies there's one that is fair, one that's good and ninety eight that are very bad. most movies start badly and steadily get worse
I often carry things to read so that I will not have to look at the people.
animals never worry about Heaven or Hell. neither do I. maybe that's why we get along
people see so many movies that when they finally see one not so bad as the others, they think it's great. an Academy Award means that you don't stink quite as much as your cousin.
great books are the ones we need
writing about a writer's block is better than not writing at all
I could read the great books but the great books don't interest me.
not writing is not good but trying to write when you can't is worse.
I was so thin I could slice bread with my shoulderblades, only I seldom had bread
I tell you such fine music waits in the shadows of hell.