Let Others Drink - Poem by Gert Strydom
Let others drink beer, wine, brandy
and I will pour a glass of cool drink
and disappear when they are drunk.
Hangovers and retching
and cars that collide
may later come to regrets.
White, yellow, crimson and any colour wine
can perhaps let reality fade away
for a time,
but being sober, in control
is much better than any pain.
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