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Bardo Blurb
DESCRIPTION
Drinking a beer in a bar, some thoughts!
[311 words]
AUTHOR
Sunny
ABOUT THE AUTHOR
Just another human being, or maybe an alien, i'm not sure, why dont u bend over and find out.
[February 2008]
AUTHOR'S E-MAIL ADDRESS
free_love98@yahoo.com
AUTHOR'S OTHER TITLES (21)
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Death To Fascism (Poetry) The title and the poems have no connection ;) [128 words]
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Friday Evening (Short Stories) Is the hero a scumbag? An ordinary friday night turns into a sexual orgy. [1,947 words]
I Get Arrested (Short Stories) The title says it all. [812 words]
I Love Phoebe Gloeckner (Short Stories) Imagine emailing your favorite artist/celeb. and getting a reply back... Phoebe Gloeckner is da BOMB. she does serious comix, phenomenal art and storytelling.... along with Crumb and Bukowski the bes... [873 words]
Jingle Bell (Short Stories) Even simple liquieds have adverse effects on this universe. [537 words]
Lunch (Poetry) Lunch break. [45 words] [Drama]
Paloma Pena (Short Stories) Sigh! so many girls, so little time. [385 words] [Action]
Poems (Poetry) Miscellaneous poetry. [134 words]
Roch (Short Stories) Cybersex. [289 words] [Biography]
Sad Poem (Short Stories) i cut my soul and let it bleed on the paper. [295 words]
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The Horror Of Existence (Short Stories) Musings on a shitty moment in time. [573 words]
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Bardo Blurb
Sunny


i am sitting at the end of the bar waiting for the mother fucking, slow

as shit, female bartender to come over and ask me what i want to drink.

is that so hard? three girls are sitting next to me. the bartender

came over finally and asked me what i wanted to drink. there was some

confusion. she didnt understand that i didnt want the buffalo stout,

rather the graceland stout. been a long time since i drank a stout.

either way the graceland stout is much stronger, 9% alcohol, maybe thats

why she didnt understand me in the first place or maybe shes just dumb

or maybe i have a fucking indian accent, which is a hard pill to

swallow. the music in this place is 80's crap. cant relate. play some

happy techno or hardcore. actually i dont care. the lighting scheme is

pretty cool. i am bathed in a glow of red and gren light.


i can see none of the girls faces. the owner appears to be a white

haired older gentleman, who i sususpect thinks the worst of me. a young

20's something guy, stands around fiddling with the beer taps. now he

walks to the other end. id like to make it with the bartender, she

looks cool and sexy and maybe good. a good person. i feel like george

bush's nexus of evil. that's a pretty moronic thought. but, then i am

high and now drinking 9% alcohol alcohol, beer that is. water flows in

two brass channels in front of me. revolving round and round in its

steel tube. the citizens sitting on barstools, elbows on the chrome bar

top, contemplate the floating water, or maybe their aching teeth, or

maybe rent. probably, not rent, poor motherfuckers wouldnt be here in

the first place anyway. its hard writing with a fucking ballpen.

 

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STORYMANIA PUBLICATION DATE
June 2002
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