Charles Bukowski Quotes.
In my next life I want to be a cat. To sleep 20 hours a day and wait to be fed. To sit around licking my ass.
Simplicity is always the secret, to a profound truth, to doing things, to writing, to painting. Life is profound in its simplicity
I used to live on one candy bar a day – it cost a nickel. I always remember the candy bar was called Payday. That was my payday. And that candy bar tasted so good, at night I would take one bite, and it was so beautiful.
The wisest thing to do if youвЂ™re living in hell is to make yourself comfortable.
My writing is jagged and harsh, I want it to remain that way; I don’t want it smoothed out.
You have to die a few times before you can really live.
It’s possible to love a human being if you don’t know them too well.
I think that the world should be full of cats and full of rain, that’s all, just cats and rain, rain and cats, very nice, good night.
To do a dull thing with style-now that’s what I call art.
You begin saving the world by saving one man at a time; all else is grandiose romanticism or politics.
Bad taste creates many more millionaires than good taste.
Writers have to put up with this editor thing; it is ageless and eternal and wrong.
Some people like what you do, some people hate what you do, but most people simply don’t give a damn.
I have no definite talent or trade, and how I stay alive is largely a matter of magic.