Ana B.

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About Me

For The Foxes

don't feel sorry for me.
I am a competent,
satisfied human being.

be sorry for the others
who
fidget
complain

who
constantly
rearrange their
lives
like
furniture.

juggling mates
and
attitudes

their
confusion is
constant

and it will
touch
whoever they
deal with.

beware of them:
one of their
key words is
"love."

and beware those who
only take
instructions from their
God

for they have
failed completely to live their own
lives.

don't feel sorry for me
because I am alone

for even
at the most terrible
moments
humor
is my
companion.

I am a dog walking
backwards

I am a broken
banjo

I am a telephone wire
strung up in
Toledo, Ohio

I am a man
eating a meal
this night
in the month of
September.

put your sympathy
aside.
they say
water held up
Christ:
to come
through
you better be
nearly as
lucky.

Charles Bukowski


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Posted 4 Days Ago


This is only the first half...

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Posted 1 Week Ago


The assassin's creed movie was not so good. I even used to play the video games and love Michael Fassbender as an actor but,... no, that movie kinda sucked.

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Posted 1 Week Ago


It's all surface knowledge and google searches. I'm way dumber than you think.

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Posted 1 Week Ago


"Everything is true, nothing is permitted" is commonly attributed to Burroughs but it did not come from him. Something he acknowledges in the book 'minutes to go' around 50 or so pages in. The actual origin of that phrase comes from a Slovenian novel called "Alamut" by Vladimir Bartol about Hassan-I Sabbah and middle eastern assassins.

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Posted 2 Weeks Ago


Night Vision - posting this inspired by your poem 'Dynasty'.


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Posted 3 Weeks Ago


Thomas Stearns Eliot is by far my favorite poet... by far. But his readings are so, pretentious and he doesn't have a great voice. But Alec Guinness (the original Obi-Won Kenobi from the '70's) reads him with such perfectly amazing grace... The Waste Lands, by TS Eliot read by Alec Guinness....

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Posted 4 Weeks Ago


"... like a tedious argument of insidious intent.."

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Posted 3 Months Ago


That Vivaldi remix is legit. Thanks for that.