Anna of Havana


By Aleister Crowley

With Drawings by Reginald Birch

Vanity Fair, January, 1916, p 43

Anna of Havana

A CIGAR is like a wife!

Put it to your lips, and light it;

When you’ve learnt to do it right, it

Adds a certain zest to life.

Mind you keep on puffing it,

Or it’s out, and can’t be lit.

Ah, the aroma! Ah, the glow!

Will you have one? Thank you, No.


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