And this is Waits' "I Hope that I Don't Fall in Love With You" from The Early Years Vol. II.
This is Bukowski himself, reading "Consummation of Grief"--my favorite of his poems, from Mockingbird Wish Me Luck.
[the title quotation is by Tom Waits, and reads in its entirety: "When you're writing, you're conjuring. It's a ritual, and you need to be brave and respectful and sometimes get out of the way of whatever it is that you're inviting into the room."]