The Bartender's Counter

You are walking the streets of New York when you see an old door. On it is a small sign that says "The Bartender's Counter". You are tired. You are sick. You are desolate, poor, angry, hurt, unloved, and really in need of a drink. So you push the heavy door and find yourself in a dimly lit bar. You seat yourself on the counter and come face-to-face with an Asian bartender who's name tag says "Felix". "Hello, what would you like today?" _______________________________________________________________________ This is a collection of poems that all have titles that are named after drinks you can order in bars. Inspiration comes from, obviously, a bar. Make your orders in the comments section, or have the bartender decide.
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This is a great exploitative set of poems; I'll defiantly add it to my reading list (: good job so far though!
Free verse, but I liked it. Especially the recipe mix at the bottom. Haha. I'm not a drunkard but I drink casually. Good work. Well done.
This was very more so visually striking then anything else and the words were conveyed sublimely and this was just very well written and thought out.
This is an out-of-the-world kind of idea and not a bad one! You completely lost me there as I dont drink. Sorry...
Interesting, not the usual love story or romance poem, :) I liked it in all honesty and including that Gin Fizz recipe was cool.
WHY haven't you written more?
OH why?

New concept. 
Like it.
Stick with it.
At-least finish what you started!

Caps-lock mean something.

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