A poem for Cliff's Books: young woman, older man

cliffs-books.jpgTony Peyser saw our item this week on the potential closing of Cliff's Books in Pasadena and remembered a poem he wrote after visiting the store a few years ago. We're mentioned, but it's more about a young woman, an older man and the bookstore vibe.

Go read it at Tony's blog.

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