Oakman’s 60’s Café
by David Lester Young
Monday, April 10, 2006
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Riding down scenic Alabama Route 69,
Hair running wild upon the ride,
Crossfire hugging road of Oakman,
Eye catching sign of the sixties,
Cool café at the side of the road.
Filled antique walled vintage cars,
Hanging on a recording red wall,
Six tables with easygoing chairs,
Twenty-four in a cozy atmosphere,
Ready to seat ‘n serve your needs.
Unique Alabama restaurant of charm
Along the way from Jasper to Tuscaloosa,
Upon a Main Street small Alabama town,
On a fantastic April fresh spring Sun-day,
Enjoying a tasty easygoing southern meal,
Note: I stopped at the café in Oakman, and just have a nice time enjoying the sunshine.
D.Lester 04/09/06 ©
De-Terminated poet, somewhere in America not on company time