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25 The writer whose work taught me that my writing had a name - it was poetry. Bukowski's poetry broke many boundaries in terms of style and subject. The Beatniks, particularly Bukowski, make me feel like I have a crowd I fit into as a poet.

If I never see you again I will always carry you inside outside on my fingertips and at brain edges and in centers centers of what I am of what remains. ― Charles Bukowski, Living on Luck