Good Company

neon bar sign

Good Company

The drinks were overpriced and
the ingredients were underfunded
yet, somehow, the show kept on
for hours on end

the clock’s hands went waving off life
while we found ourselves still inside
enjoying the dirty little hole
in the wall
more by the minute

it’s the spirit of things when you
really get down to it, it’s the essence
of the people who show up and aren’t
afraid of losing it
just for the sake
of having
one hell of
a good time.


Mornin’, folks. Hope this finds you still slightly hung over. Or at least feelin’ it a bit. Needless to say, I hope you here in the states had a hell of a labor day and that you’re refueled enough to put up with one more cup of crappy coffee. Just think, least there’s only a few more days till you can do it all over again.

Anywho, hope you enjoy this crude little idea of a fellow. Thought he would be applicable on a weekend where we often find ourselves out in little holes in the walls. Despite the shabby appearances and less than adequate alcohol, I always find it is a hell of a time just if you have some good company along for the ride.

15 responses

    1. Well, thank you! I’m glad you enjoyed it and thanks a million for reading!

  1. You always brighten the morning a bit. Thank you.

    1. And it’s comments like this that make my morning a bit brighter :). Thanks for reading and here’s to you having an awesome day!

  2. Oh, the capture of that atmosphere…

    1. I know, right? There’s something about those special little dives that holds a place in my heart.

  3. loved this.. a great story…

  4. another great story

  5. I really enjoy your work.
    I love the human element in it, and also the fact that you have a little message for everyone at the end. This is a great idea, and it helped to bring me in to read more of your stuff. (Might have to use something like this) – haha.

    You just gained a new follower with your life like writing.

    “If you find yourself bored… come listen to the voices in my head.”

    Poems and stories – WOO!

    1. Well, thank you! Honestly, I love to try and connect with readers and I think that little quip at the end helps bring the poem home. Without it, I kinda feel like I just leave people hanging and it helps convey a bit of my process, and my personality.

      Thanks a million for reading and I’m happy to have ya here šŸ™‚

  6. That’s the spirit – pun intended.

    1. Lol. Nicely done, sir. Nicely done šŸ™‚

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