Ah,
you’re just a copy
of all the candy bars
I’ve ever eaten.

Analysis, meaning and summary of Richard Brautigan's poem Xerox Candy Bar

3 Comments

  1. Xerox Candy Bar was the first TRUE Poem, that I read that wasn’t a “Classic or a Continual Rhyme. It blew me away back in the mid 70s…Brautigan was someone “no one’ had ever heard (except for a few of his inner circle and Poet Majors).. In a time; when everyone was ‘trying to be someone ‘else’ Brautigan turns the Mirror upon ourselves .

    Great Poem…

  2. Becky says:

    Oh I love the ‘keep writing poems’ comments. The man is dead, pity.

  3. Chad says:

    That was a very interesting poem, i was intrigued at the diversity and imaginition in this peice. I hope you continue writing poems. Two thumbs up, bravo!!!!

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