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Come on in! new poems /

Another comeback climbing back up out of the ooze, out ofthe thick black tar,rising up again, a modernLazarus.you're amazed at your goodfortune.somehow you've had morethan your share of secondchances.hell, accept it.what you have, you have.you walk and look in the bathroommirrorat an idiot's smile. you know your luck.some go down and never climb back up.something is being kind to you.you turn from the mirror and walk into theworld.you find a chair, sit down, light a cigar.back from a thousand warsyou look out from an open door into the silentnight.Sibelius plays on the radio.nothing has been lost or destroyed.you blow smoke into the night,tug at your rightear.baby, right now, you've got itall.

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  • "Another comeback climbing back up out of the ooze, out ofthe thick black tar,rising up again, a modernLazarus.you're amazed at your goodfortune.somehow you've had morethan your share of secondchances.hell, accept it.what you have, you have.you walk and look in the bathroommirrorat an idiot's smile. you know your luck.some go down and never climb back up.something is being kind to you.you turn from the mirror and walk into theworld.you find a chair, sit down, light a cigar.back from a thousand warsyou look out from an open door into the silentnight.Sibelius plays on the radio.nothing has been lost or destroyed.you blow smoke into the night,tug at your rightear.baby, right now, you've got itall."@en
  • "Presents 123 previously unpublished poems from one of America's most influential and important poets."
  • "What other contemporary poet has posthumously published as much as Bukowski? This is his eighth postmortem collection. Three of the eight contain poems cherry-picked from his earlier collections by Bukowski. Said to be the fourth of five books of previously unpublished poems, Come On In! is the fifth (of the eight) bearing the subtitle New Poems. Did Buk set up one of the New Poems pre-demise? Whatever. This book includes the wonderful the 'Beats, ' which Paul Muldoon selected for The Best American Poetry, 2005, and a righteously withering portrait of another, much more socially successful writing contemporary of Buk's in nothing but a scarf (could the figure in question be the subject of a brand-new hit movie?). One of the four parts is full of sad, hilarious lamentation and schadenfreude anent the man-woman thing; longest means best here: the faithful wife, down and out on the boardwalk, and, especially, sex sister. As usual, not for the kiddies. But for the adults, god, yes. --Booklist."@en

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  • "Come on in! : new poems /"
  • "Come on in! new poems /"@en
  • "Come on in! new poems /"
  • "Come On In!"@en
  • "Come on in ! : new poems /"
  • "Come on in!"@en
  • "Come on in!"