Tag Archives: San Francisco

Books and Cigarettes by Andrea Davies

Roman gets my phone number off an application for employment at the West Portal Bookshop in San Francisco. I imagine him taking my application off the stack and going to stand outside in the grey with his ankle showing tight … Continue reading

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Good Morning San Francisco

Bitter espresso Warm sun Soothing clear water in a tall clean glass Jasmine making its way up lattice this side of the café patio Good music, something Latina, something with a strong beat People ever so interesting to look at … Continue reading

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A San Francisco We

We walk, escape our four walls, paid for with our time-to-have. We close our faces to live. Open them to push the loneliness out.  Drink our coffee in crowded cafés. We are the energy we seek, the Buzz. We laugh- … Continue reading

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