Charlie F. Kane
On Being Introduced To Jack Daniels - Poem by Charlie F. Kane
I met with an old friend,
I had not seen him for many months,
So we went for a few drinks
And a catch-up,
And he introduced me to his friend,
And that was how I meet Jack Daniels.
I knew he had a reputation,
I had known of him for many years,
And it always seemed the thing,
For a budding playwright
To seen around with.
I even heard that Janis Joplin was a fan.
And so I spent the evening with my friend
And with Mrs. Daniels’ son, Jack.
He seemed alright,
I quite liked him,
And as the night went on,
I forgot the bitterness of him,
And just drank on
©Charlie F. Kane
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