Hana Gerzanic-Hons

(Sydney, Australia)

Life - Poem by Hana Gerzanic-Hons

The world is a tavern
The door is open wide -
All are invited
To enter inside.

We pay with a handshake
For wine and the beers
To bury away
Our worries and tears.

We dance to the rhythm
Of human hearts' beat -
The world is a tavern
Where all people meet.

The women's soft bodies
Ripe as a peach
The secrets of love
Are willing to teach.

Life is a tavern -
Before it closes down
Dance to the music
While you are in town.....


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Poem Submitted: Thursday, January 2, 2003



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