Viewing the local antiquities

The corner: 
Her window is shut; the shades are drawn; all the windows are dark, faceless, eyeless; the soiled white door, ajar 24/7, padlocked now.

Yet the house had just bought new couches and chairs for the waiting room: Red velvet, brass frames.


The Corner
[1], [2], [3], [4], [5], [6], and [7].


Does this mean that the place has been shut down? Busted? Or have they just folded their tents and moved on to another location? Does this happen very often?

DTG xxoo

By Anonymous Anonymous, at October 29, 2004 9:02 AM  

Normally, when a place is busted, the city puts a poster on the door for a zoning violation. It happens more often than I'd like, but the number of brothels seems to be constant. When an old one closes, a new one opens up. The odd thing about this one is that they just got a whole bunch of vulgar red velvet furniture for the waiting room. I preferred it the way it was.

By Blogger John Psmyth, at October 31, 2004 8:04 PM  

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