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Regina124c41: Just Because Just because people love your mind, doesn't mean they have to have your body, too. (Richard Brautigan)

MyNextAct: Shellfish By Richard Brautigan Always spend a penny as if you were spending a dollar and always spend a dollar as if you were spending a wounded eagle and always spend a wounded eagle as if you were spending the very sky itself.

bummedchris: wait does harry styles really have a song called watermelon sugar?? does he read richard brautigan??

RandleM2: richard brautigan - in watermelon sugar

MyNextAct: It's National Poetry Month. I'll share some of my fave poets throughout April. To start: Richard Brautigan

cierraiscooll: In Watermelon Sugar by Richard Brautigan is the world after coronavirus and the Forgotten Works is America after we completely eat ourselves alive LMAO

TheLovelyEggs: 1/4 If yer bored here's a list of my Top 20 favourite books. No order. Which ones have I missed? 1. A Confederacy of Dunces- John Kennedy O'Toole 2. In Watermelon Sugar - Richard Brautigan 3. 2001: A Space Odessey- Arthur C Clarke 4. Pillars of the Earth- Ken Follett ...

CityCelluloid: Richard Brautigan's two sentence short story, "The Scarlatti Tilt," seems more appropriate every day. "'It's hard to live in a studio apartment in San Jose with a man who's learning to play the violin.' That's what she told the police when she handed them the empty revolver."

0hwhatshername: Marked as to-read: Trout Fishing in America / The Pill v... by Richard Brautigan

humanprovince: By hosting random uploads, it's kind of like the library in Richard Brutigan's novel The Abortion, which was made into a real library:

heavilyspaced: books read in march In Watermelon Sugar - Richard Brautigan Blue of Noon - Georges Bataille The Dangers of Proximal Alphabets - Kathleen Alcott Winter's Bone - Daniel Woodrell

richard_littler: I should go back to poetry. I wrote hundreds if not more in my 20s and inhaled Bukowski, McGough, Ginsberg, Cummings, Carver, Kerouac, Simic, Brautigan, Basho, Milligan, Childish, Creeley, Pound and many more.

karlheinzwolfga: Richard Brautigan Reads from Trout fishing In watermellon suger

pinchednerve: Lots of Richard Brautigan. I’d suggest starting with Trout Fishing in America

JanCarson7280: Suddenly I really need to read Richard Brautigan. Right now. At 12:25am. I think I will.

skittishprey: I regret not bringing my Richard Brautigan collection with me

alw200972: My fav Author Richard Brautigan

ChuckSalle: If you will die for me, I will die for you and our graves will be like two lovers washing their clothes together in a laundromat If you will bring the soap I will bring the bleach. - Richard Brautigan.

themoralcodeKQ: I don't know what it is, but I distrust myself when I start to like a girl a lot. — 'It's Raining In Love', Richard Brautigan

ememachine: I like to think (it has to be!) of a cybernetic ecology where we are free of our labors and joined back to nature, returned to our mammal brothers and sisters, and all watched over by machines of loving grace. Richard Brautigan

Hikari9x1: by Richard Brautigan : “Everyone has a place in history. Mine is clouds.”

_harryssugar: i’m watermelon sugar by richard brautigan

morgan_txt: At the California Institute of Technology I don't care how God-damn smart these guys are: I'm bored. It’s been raining like hell all day long and there’s nothing to do. Richard Brautigan (1967) Written while poet-in-residence at the California Institute of Technology

phalarope: "At the California Institute of Technology" I don't care how God-damn smart these guys are: I'm bored. It’s been raining like hell all day long and there’s nothing to do. --Richard Brautigan (1967) [from

strictlyeristic: "In watermelon sugar the deed was done, and done again, as my life is done in watermelon sugar." -Richard Brautigan

MrGlinis: Weyes Blood looks like a Richard Brautigan girl

Scribblingsnook: "It's very hard to live in a studio apartment in San Jose with a man who's learning to play the violin." That's what she told the police when she handed them the empty revolver. -Richard Brautigan, 'The Scarlatti Tilt'

iremgnc2: It's so nice to wake up in the morning all alone and not have to tell somebody you love them when you don't love them any more -Richard Brautigan

randipuna: Love Poem by Richard Brautigan

brautigan_bot: I hope that Richard Brautigan will forgive me for writing this story.(Revenge of the Lawn)

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Driftwood
 by Sara Teasdale

My forefathers gave me
My spirit's shaken flame,
The shape of hands, the beat of heart,
The letters of my name.

But it was my lovers,
And not my sleeping sires,
Who gave the flame its changeful
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