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Poem-Reading Bukowski by B.Z. Niditch March 5, 2015

Posted by vscorpiozine in BZ Niditch, Charles Bukowski, poetry, Veteran Poets.
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READING BUKOWSKI

Reading Bukowski’s
new poetry and short story
collection,”Betting on the Muse”
his kisses on once rippling skin lies
over California’s street cred roads
uncovered from pallid nights of love
making out with the expressed mouths
on sleepless trains of bodies
spirited in piercing passes
of time out tattoos
and you, Charles Bukowski
thinking you are number one
more than any slumbering fugitive
with energies into vein passages
of symbols and bloody retreats
in solitary brooding nights,
dropping your weights on boards
of splintered circled floors
resembling Dante’s Hell
with liquid beer in one hand
falling off the scales
in cheap rent motel rooms
surprising a welcome
from lodging houses
nourishes your punk syllables
of male malevolent tales
to overwhelm us
with your literary output.
BIO:

B.Z. NIDITCH is a poet, playwright, fiction writer and teacher.

His work is widely published in journals and magazines throughout the world, including:Columbia: A Magazine of Poetry and Art; The Literary Review; Denver Quarterly; Hawaii Review; LeGuepard (France); Kadmos (France); Prism International; Jejune (Czech Republic); Leopold Bloom (Budapest);  Antioch Review; and Prairie Schooner, among others. His latest poetry collections are “Lorca at Sevilla”,”Captive Cities.”

He lives in Brookline, Massachusetts.

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1. bzniditch - March 6, 2015

Glad to hear an interest in a poetry revival in Los Angeles, as the days of Bukowski are remembered, new poets will emerge for it is intrisic to
every society and civilization, in a realization of its ideas and dreams.
My best,
BZ


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