The Big Lebowski (as Told by Donny)

I’m going through one of my notebooks and saving out the good stuff. Here is a “found” poem, so to speak: a summary of The Big Lebowski, as told (mostly) by Donny’s lines of dialogue, with just a little help from Walter. Enjoy.

The Big Lebowski
(as told by Donny)

[Donny, you’re out of your element.]

He peed on the Dude’s rug–
His name’s Lebwoski? That’s your name, Dude.
What’s a pedarast, Walter?
I am the Walrus.
Who has your undies, Walter?
Phone’s ringing, Dude.
We’ll be near the In-and-Out Burger.
Those are good burgers, Walter.
Are these the Nazis, Walter?

[Donny was a good bowler, and a good man.]

One response to “The Big Lebowski (as Told by Donny)”

  1. […] I have seen every movie by the Coen Brothers. I write essays about the themes in The Dark Tower and poetry in honor of The Big Lebowski. Fans don’t get […]

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