Poem about a woman brushing her hair

Can someone help me find a Bukowski poem about a woman brushing her hair.
The poem I am reffering to described the snapping and I think crackling of her hair as she brushed like fireworks or firecrackers or something of the sort.
I've read through probably half the black sparrow books and cant seem to retrieve it anywhere.
Does anyone know the name of this poem and what book it was published in?

CYF
 

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Could be "Texan" from Love Is A Dog From Hell,
(which was published as "TEXSUN" in the LA Free Press - see this thread).

I thought it was about Linda King ('reddish hair', rather than 'red hair' :)) but you're probably right james.
Is Pam from Texas?
 

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