Bukowski in Squares

As I add misleading tags to this post, which will hopefully bring mislead people over among my fellow googlers, who entered (porn+naked) I realize that among my “most used tags” Bukowski pops up.

This man made me change a lot about myself. My writing: which is still bad, but more concise. My appreciation for prose and poetry. Especially poetry, which through him I understood it needn’t be dull. It needn’t be about the weather and how that reflected on the human condition. It could be about the human condition and how that reflected on the human condition. He made me see how drinking could be cool in a non-glamorous way, and how uncool a beershit is, the next day. He taught me about style, which made me give-up on the idea of hipster goggles. Bukowski had an intense desire to please people, which he tried hard to hide beneath layers of viciousness and chauvinism, but he never changed his art because of it; he showed me it’s ok to be an asshole. He also showed me I didn’t have to try so hard, because whatever I had coming would come (HERE). One of the few advice I ignored. He had the talent to be great, but a glimpse of modesty pointed me to the other direction.

He was hard on aspiring creators, because he told the truth. And now, as I try to convince myself that if I just remove my flat-screen, my ps3 and my sound-system from my room I’ll finally work hard, he is hard on me again:

[see the full] Bukowski Comic 0 [see the full] Bukowski Comic 1 [see the full] Bukowski Comic 2 [see the full] Bukowski Comic 4 [see the full] Bukowski Comic 5 [see the full] Bukowski Comic 6 [see the full] Bukowski Comic 7 [see the full] Bukowski Comic 8 [see the full] Bukowski Comic 9 [see the full] Bukowski Comic 10 [see the full] Bukowski Comic 11

(source zen-pencils)

see also:

What Harry Potter taught us I

What Harry Potter taught us II

Orson Welles Never really liked Movies

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About Azevedo

Singular person (ex-child), slightly knowledgeable about movies, books and humour, who lacks the ability to finish what he...

Posted on July 24, 2013, in ART, QUOTES, WRITING and tagged , , , , , , , , , , , , , . Bookmark the permalink. Leave a comment.

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