majestic, majic
infinite
my little girl is
sun
on the carpet-
out the door
picking a flower, ha!
an old man,
battle-wrecked,
emerges from his
chair
and she looks at me
but only sees
love,
ha!, and I become
quick with the world
and love right back
just like I was meant
to do.

Analysis, meaning and summary of Charles Bukowski's poem Marina

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  1. thebadges says:

    My fourteen year old sister’s name is Marina, she’s read all the Bukowski we have

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