Charles Bukowski On Being Alone
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[Charles Bukowski On Being Alone]
It’s nothing that you want, that you don’t have right now is there? Really, I mean, you don’t think about things like that. You don’t want to say those things…
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Now it’s more privacy that like, I would like to be alone more. Like the phone rings too often, there’s too many cameras and all that, and I kind of accepted, but it’s not me. When these things are gone, I go back to the room and I become myself again.
Often times, I’ll pull down all the shades like I used to and just lay down in the room for five or six hours just alone. Just lie in that bed and get something back, some kind of juice.
Just being away from people some of the most marvelous fulfillments a man like me can have. It’s the absence of humanity it’s a fulfillment so graceful, but even God wouldn’t understand if he invented them. He probably didn’t.
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