CHARLOTTE E.E. GRIFFITHS
Freelance Poet from Brisbane, Australia
'featured in print and online internationally'
@c.g.poetry
 

POETRY | 27 May, 2020
"love poem of the twenty-one year old amateur" by Charlotte E.E. Griffiths

"...people are crazy for it. 
once you've written all the 
poems and finally met the 
handsome writer 
(and left him)
there's still 
just 
this
silence
waiting to be 
broken. 
there's always silence somewhere 
or sound
somewhere else. 
you can't be in two places at once but 
maybe i can be in 
every room if i'm just made of 
enough compassion..."
(cont. on page).
 WARNING: POETRY OFTEN CONTAINS EXPLICIT LANGUAGE AND ADULT THEMES. VIEWER DISCRETION ADVISED. 
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BLOG | 1 JAN, 2020
A YEAR IN REVIEW - GENERAL UPDATE

"At 23:45 I drink a glass of warm Bailey's from a port glass and at 23:55 I am dancing on this floor of carpet like I have never danced before. At 23:58 I smoke and make a toast to myself; really, to myself, and I tap the spot in my chest where the home belongs and I recognise the reward of all this work..."

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REVIEW | GOODREADS
Review: Tales of Ordinary Madness on Goodreads.com

"...Tales such as “Too Sensitive”, “Great Poets Die in Steaming Pots of Shit”, “The Blanket” and “Rape! Rape! Rape!” come together in varying lengths and styles to form a unique look into dirty realism and showcase the immense skill in Bukowski’s work.
This book acts as a perfect travel companion or for easy-readers. I didn’t read the book in sequential order and proved that there is always a short story by Bukowski perfect for the mood you’re in, whatever that mood is. To me, it came off as one of his most raw publications, up there among Ham on Rye and Women – sometimes hitting the nose but always hitting a nerve..."

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