“Cigar Bar” by L. K. Thayer

I went from downward facing dog in Hollywood

to the

V Cut Smoke Shop & Lounge

watched the Minnesota Vikings win the game

in the smoky beat-up red leather couch room

with a bullfighter on the wall swinging his cape

dancing to Aretha Franklin’s “Rock Steady”

straight as an arrow, cigar in hand, smoke rings

swirling to the rhythm of poetic

spontaneous combustion on a rainy

Sunday afternoon in L.A.

L. K. Thayer

Photo by VC Ferry

All Rights Reserved

V Cut Smoke Shop & Lounge

© 2010

6 comments

  1. Lordy · January 18, 2010

    Smoke rings………This just drifts and drifts and gets right under your skin. I hope they read this one in Cuba………..Cheers!

  2. lkthayer · January 18, 2010

    ooh, Thank you Lordy, I like being more than skin deep! 🙂

  3. Kalliope Amorphous · February 5, 2010

    Yes!!! 🙂

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