DUFTE BIENEN UND SCHARFE PUPPEN (TEIL 34): CHRISTINA APPLEGATE

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UND

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SCHARFE PUPPEN

(TEIL 33)

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CHRISTINA APPLEGATE

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CHRISTINA APPLEGATE in More Magazine

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KULT-FERNSEHSERIEN IN BILDERN (TEIL 1): EINE SCHRECKLICH NETTE FAMILIE [MARRIED… WITH CHILDREN]

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KULT-FERNSEHSERIEN

IN BILDERN

(TEIL 1)

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EINE SCHRECKLICH

NETTE FAMILIE

[MARRIED… WITH CHILDREN]

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'Married With Children'

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DIE BESTEN GEDICHTE DES CHARLES BUKOWSKI (TEIL 12): THE BEAUTIFUL LADY

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DIE BESTEN GEDICHTE DES

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CHARLES BUKOWSKI

(TEIL 12)

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THE BEAUTIFUL LADY

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We are gathered here now

to bury her in this

poem.

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She did not marry a wino who

will beat her every

night.

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Her children will not wear

snot-torn shirts.

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The beautiful lady

simply

died.

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And may the clean dirt of this poem

bury

her.

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Her and her womb and her tomb

and her combs and her

poems.

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And her pale blue eyes

and her

grinning

rich

frightened

husband.

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DIE LIEBESGEDICHTE DES CHARLES BUKOWSKI (TEIL 4): ROSE, ROSE

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DIE LIEBESGEDICHTE DES

CHARLES BUKOWSKI

(TEIL 4)

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ROSE, ROSE

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Rose, rose,

bark for me

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all these centuries in the sun

you have heard men sing

to break like the stems that held you

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you have sat in the hair of young girls

like roses themselves, feeling like roses,

and you know, you know what happened

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I gave roses to a lady once and she put them

on her dresser and hugged them and smelled them

and now the lady is gone and the roses are gone

but the dresser is there, I see the dresser

and on the boulevards I see you again

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alive again … yes

and, I am still

alive.

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Rose, rose

bark for me

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walking last night

feeling my flesh fat about my girth

old dreams faint as fireflies

I came upon a flower

and like a giant god gone mad

yanked off its head

and then put the petals in my pocket

feeling and tearing

soft insides, ha so! –

like defiling a virgin.

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She mugged you, she loved you

and she died, and

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in my room, hand out of pocket,

the first night’s drink, and

along the edge of the glass,

the same same scarlet

virgin and thorn, my hand

my hand, my hand; bark, rose

teeth of centuries blooming

in the sun, vast god damned

god pulling these poems out

of my head.

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„HAMMER“-HORROR IN BILDERN (TEIL 11): FRANKENSTEINS UNGEHEUER [THE EVIL OF FRANKENSTEIN, 1964]

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„HAMMER“-HORROR

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IN BILDERN

(TEIL 11)

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FRANKENSTEINS UNGEHEUER

[THE EVIL OF FRANKENSTEIN, 1964]

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