Alcoholic Companions - Poem by Richard Noggin
The alcohol slides down my throat into my stomach.
Where it is then absorbed like rain in a desert
Into my blood system.
My body burning as though it were in hell.
The chemicals shoot to my brain where
They are welcomed like lovers of years gone by.
I need not the drugs really.
What I need is a companion
But for tonight the drugs will have to do.
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