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Iversary Edition of his poetry This book is six books in one that celebrates a decade of Madsen's poetic sketches on the road on the movie sets and a. I publish actor Michael Madsen okay so call my biased But I think he is one bad ass poet

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Free download ó The Complete Poetic Works of Michael Madsen, Vol. I: 1995 2005 É PDF, DOC, TXT, eBook or Kindle ePUB free Ë [Reading] ➬ The Complete Poetic Works of Michael Madsen, Vol. I: 1995 2005 ➳ Michael Madsen – Johns-cyclingT home He has been compared to Kerouac and even Charles Bukowski The book is also loaded with rare photos from Madsen's professional and personal lif. Stars 50Michael Madsen is an actor who I haven’t met but feel as if I know because I’ve watched so many of his movies read most of his books of poetry than once and have been a card carrying member of his fan clubThat’s right the handsome raspy voiced suinty eyed actor you’ve come to know through movies like Reservoir Dogs Kill Bill The Getaway Species Free Willy and Donnie Brasco is actually a bona fide bloody excellent poet In fact I reckon he’s like the Joe Strummer of poetryIn 1998 Incommunicado Press published Burning in Paradise Michael Madsen’s third book of poetry It’s hard to find the first two called Beer Blood and Ashes and Eat the Worm – published in 1995 – so if anyone out there has copies they want to sell me get in touch It went on to win the Independent Book Publisher’s Firecracker Poetry Book of the Year award Madsen’s poems blew Dennis Hopper’s mind “with his drifts of gut wrenching rifts” his “street language” and “images I can relate to” Incommunicado said “his writing is stark yet vivid; he’s been “shot sewn up blown up x rayed drugged up tied up and locked up” I always did love the bad boysI’ve written about Madsen before in different places but today I am re inspired after finding out that he has a new volume of poetry available called American Badass 2009 and I somehow missed that fact until now I’ll be getting it as soon as possible and will review it hereMichael Madsen astonishes me with the way he makes the writing of poetry seem so effortless Some of his shorter works feel like the flash of a photograph and similarly the images stay grafted to your mind sharp vivid and piercing“Life is for the living but death is for the lucky Why am I a raw nerve Why must I see the immense sadness in everything” It’s yin and yang Michael If not for the multitudinous shades of grey how would we be able to perceive colour This man feels life like he’s always walking on broken glassSome of my favourite poems from Burning in Paradise are Rain Dogs and Cats Love Man’s Best Friend Kansas City Prado Movie Christian Walk Tears it reveals about Madsen than all of his movie roles combined The Crooked Prince Bullshit Out of Jack The Dog Madsen seems to like dogs than people; something we have in common Although James Cagney Dad and ColesThis complex intense and gritty voice is as real as it gets The man is a paradox He’s raw raunchy scaryand he’s a true romantic In his own words “There’s a very fine line between good and evil and right and wrong” After reading his poetry I was forced to look at Michael Madsen in a whole new way In fact I think I fell in love He turned me on to the late great Charles Bukowski and influenced my own poetry For that I will be forever grateful Michael would be the first to admit that he hasn’t always acted in A list movies but his poetry is absofuckinglutely A list I’d give anything to be able to tell him to his face how much I love his work and just how much he has inspired meA Blessing of the Hounds Madsen’s fourth book of poetry with an introduction by uentin Tarantino published by 12 Gauge Press freuently focuses on all the shit going on in the world and one wonders if he just might fall off the edge except for his saviors redeemers and raison d’etre wife DeAnna and sons Cody Christian Max Calvin Hudson and Luke But it also showcases Michael’s humour The Read Thru and Goosed made me laugh out loud Others are touching poignant near perfect little gems My favourites in this volume are Toronto Princeville Death All The Time Something End uack uack Ernie It’s All Good Star Throwers and the last one in the book Fairfax Sunset It was hard to pick just a fewMichael’s fifth volume of poems is called 46 Down A Book of Dreams and Other Ramblings and I didn’t enjoy it uite as much as the other two simply because I felt that the dreams and other ramblings weren’t as strong as the poems and at times felt too incomplete To uote the late David Carradine in his Foreward to 46 Down “He’s tough all right and he drinks a bit for sure; but he’s anything but cynical and the chip on his shoulder is made out of something like cotton candyMichael’s smile is like that of a fighter who’s been knocked down three times and is still ready to fight but bears his tormentor no ill willthe guy is sweet”Michael’s sixth offering The Complete Poetic Works of Michael Madsen Vol 1 1995 2005 is superb encompasses much of the volumes that came before and is a great place to start when reading his workHe’s so much than just an actor a father brother son friend poet photographer and philosopher; a God fearing sensitive tough guy who worries about the future for his children Madsen is a man’s man whose heroes are the likes of Robert Mitchum Jimmy Stewart Charles Bronson Burt Lancaster Lee Marvin Steve Mcueen Sam Peckinpah and John Cassavetes who coincidentally happen to be some of my father’s favourites too Any man who can write a poem like this one is studying the Big PictureForgivenessGod forgive the beast in meand God forgive the bruteI never planned it that wayGod help the people I’ve hurtand the birds that lay dead on the beachI never planned it that wayalthough the bird thing wasout of my controlGod forgive me some things I’ve saidand God forgive my rageI never planned it that wayGod forgive my evil thoughtsand God relieve my painGod bring some rainNo man ever loved rain as much as IRain Rain RainI never planned it that wayI never really had a plan at allFor a man who never had a plan Michael Madsen hasn’t done too poorly for himself Although he started out as a petty criminal and he’s seen horror than he would have ever wanted he now only plays one in the movies Michael became an actor at Chicago’s Steppenwolf Theatre under the tutelage of John Malkovich He’s probably best known for his portrayal of the brutal ear slicing Mr Blonde in uentin Tarantino’s Reservoir Dogs which changed the way we hear “Stuck in the Middle with You” by Stealers Wheel forever That role alone is proof that he’s a dangerous dynamic and compelling actor to watch He’s the kind of actor that even when he’s in a crappy B or C grade film he’s always the best thing about it At 6’2” the handsome black haired blue eyed Jack Daniels cigarette voiced Madsen is most often cast as the heavy but if you look back through his extensive filmography beginning in 1982 you’ll discover that he’s played a variety of characters good bad and indifferent Michael Madsen’s career spans over 25 years and over 170 filmsMichael was born in Chicago on September 25 1959 to Cal and Elaine Madsen Cal was a career firefighter and Elaine is an award winning writer and producer He has two sisters – Cherie who’s a restaurant owner – and the beautiful blonde Academy Award Nominee Virginia Madsen for Sideways who I will always remember from the ultra scary Candyman and The Prophecy movies in which she also shoneIt’s true he’s made some Gawd awful movies and some really kick ass smokin’ beauts but unlike his screen idols he’ll be remembered not for the blood he spilled on celluloid but for the bloodshed on the page“Do what makes you happy” baby Read these books