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  • #1
    Charles Bukowski
    “I never met another man I'd rather be. And even if that's a delusion, it's a lucky one.”
    Charles Bukowski

  • #2
    Charles Bukowski
    “I was young I was so young it hurt like a knife
    because there was no alternative except to hide as long
    as possible---
    not in self-pity but with dismay at my limited chance:
    trying to connect.”
    charles bukowski

  • #3
    Charles Bukowski
    “We're all going to die, all of us, what a circus! That alone should make us love each other but it doesn't. We are terrorized and flattened by trivialities, we are eaten up by nothing.”
    Charles Bukowski

  • #4
    Charles Bukowski
    “I wanted the whole world or nothing.”
    Charles Bukowski, Post Office

  • #5
    Charles Bukowski
    “Anything is a waste of time unless you are fucking well or creating well or getting well or looming toward a kind of phantom-love-happiness.”
    Charles Bukowski

  • #6
    Charles Bukowski
    “Something else is hurting you—that’s why you need pot or whiskey, or whips and rubber suits, or screaming music turned so fucking loud you can’t think.”
    Charles Bukowski, Tales of Ordinary Madness
    tags: hurt

  • #7
    Charles Bukowski
    “In the morning it was morning and I was still alive.”
    Charles Bukowski, Post Office

  • #8
    Charles Bukowski
    “I met Betty on the street.
    "I saw you with that bitch a while back. She's not your kind of woman."
    "None of them are.”
    Charles Bukowski, Post Office

  • #9
    Charles Bukowski
    “Let’s just lay around and make love and take walks and talk a little.”
    Charles Bukowski, Post Office

  • #10
    Charles Bukowski
    “Maybe she hadn’t saved the world but she had made a major improvement.”
    Charles Bukowski, Post Office

  • #11
    Charles Bukowski
    “There was something about funerals. It made you see things better.”
    Charles Bukowski, Post Office

  • #12
    Charles Bukowski
    “Maybe I’ll write a novel, I thought. And then I did.”
    Charles Bukowski, Post Office

  • #13
    Charles Bukowski
    “If you're going to try, go all the way. Otherwise, don't even start. This could mean losing girlfriends, wives, relatives and maybe even your mind. It could mean not eating for three or four days. It could mean freezing on a park bench. It could mean jail. It could mean derision. It could mean mockery--isolation. Isolation is the gift. All the others are a test of your endurance, of how much you really want to do it. And, you'll do it, despite rejection and the worst odds. And it will be better than anything else you can imagine. If you're going to try, go all the way. There is no other feeling like that. You will be alone with the gods, and the nights will flame with fire. You will ride life straight to perfect laughter. It's the only good fight there is.”
    Charles Bukowski, Factotum

  • #14
    Charles Bukowski
    “My ambition is handicapped by laziness”
    Charles Bukowski, Factotum

  • #15
    Charles Bukowski
    “The problem with the world is that the intelligent people are full of doubts, while the stupid ones are full of confidence.”
    Charles Bukowski

  • #16
    Charles Bukowski
    “there are worse things
    than being alone
    but it often takes
    decades to realize this
    and most often when you do
    it's too late
    and there's nothing worse
    than too late”
    Charles Bukowski

  • #17
    Charles Bukowski
    “there is a loneliness in this world so great
    that you can see it in the slow movement of
    the hands of a clock.

    people so tired
    either by love or no love.

    people just are not good to each other
    one on one.

    the rich are not good to the rich
    the poor are not good to the poor.

    we are afraid.

    our educational system tells us
    that we can all be
    big-ass winners.

    it hasn't told us
    about the gutters
    or the suicides.

    or the terror of one person
    aching in one place

    unspoken to

    watering a plant.”
    Charles Bukowski, Love Is a Dog from Hell

  • #18
    Charles Bukowski
    “If you're losing your soul and you know it, then you've still got a soul left to lose”
    charles bukowski

  • #19
    Charles Bukowski
    “Find what you love and let it kill you.”
    Charles Bukowski

  • #20
    Charles Bukowski
    “I will remember the kisses
    our lips raw with love
    and how you gave me
    everything you had
    and how I
    offered you what was left of
    and I will remember your small room
    the feel of you
    the light in the window
    your records
    your books
    our morning coffee
    our noons our nights
    our bodies spilled together
    the tiny flowing currents
    immediate and forever
    your leg my leg
    your arm my arm
    your smile and the warmth
    of you
    who made me laugh
    Charles Bukowski

  • #21
    Charles Bukowski
    “the free soul is rare, but you know it when you see it - basically because you feel good, very good, when you are near or with them.”
    Charles Bukowski, Tales of Ordinary Madness

  • #22
    Charles Bukowski
    “those who escape hell
    never talk about
    and nothing much
    bothers them
    Charles Bukowski

  • #23
    Charles Bukowski
    “I remember awakening one morning and finding everything smeared with the color of forgotten love.”
    Charles Bukowski, What Matters Most is How Well You Walk Through the Fire

  • #24
    Charles Bukowski
    “Sometimes you just have to pee in the sink.”
    Charles Bukowski

  • #25
    Charles Bukowski
    “Pain is strange. A cat killing a bird, a car accident, a fire.... Pain arrives, BANG, and there it is, it sits on you. It's real. And to anybody watching, you look foolish. Like you've suddenly become an idiot. There's no cure for it unless you know somebody who understands how you feel, and knows how to help.”
    Charles Bukowski

  • #26
    Charles Bukowski
    “Baby," I said, "I'm a genius but nobody knows it but me.”
    Charles Bukowski, Factotum

  • #27
    Charles Bukowski
    “You begin saving the world by saving one man at a time; all else is grandiose romanticism or politics.”
    Charles Bukowski, Women

  • #28
    Charles Bukowski
    “We are like roses that have never bothered to bloom when we should have bloomed and it is as if the sun has become disgusted with waiting”
    Charles Bukowski

  • #29
    Charles Bukowski
    “What a weary time those years were -- to have the desire and the need to live but not the ability.”
    Charles Bukowski, Ham on Rye

  • #30
    Charles Bukowski
    “some moments are nice, some are
    nicer, some are even worth
    Charles Bukowski, War All the Time

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