Reply To Lynda's Drinking Poem Poem by JAMES ROBERTS

Reply To Lynda's Drinking Poem

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I would share
My days of happiness;
Everything is folly in this world
That does not give us pleasure.
Let us enjoy life,
For the pleasures of drinking are swift and fleeting
As a flower that lives and dies
And can be enjoyed no more when one has over imbibed
Let’s take our pleasure!
While its ardent,
Brilliant summons lures us on.
So my friends pick up your glasses
And sing again to Lord Dionysus’s song

COMMENTS OF THE POEM
Sulaiman Mohd Yusof 12 December 2008

Hey James, I'll drink this with my Martini my friend.Good job.

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Janice Windle 07 December 2008

I like this free, cheerful drinking song, James.

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Reshma Ramesh 05 November 2008

haha! ! what is a beautiful night without a drink........well done

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Fay Slimm 16 October 2008

Oh lovely Linda we all know well that imbibing brings pleasure of writing as well, as the muse wanders nightly in soft fuddled mind so take notice of Jim here, he''s trying to be kind. Good read Jim.

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Lynda Robson 24 September 2008

Very well written piece about the joys/downfalls of drinking, knowing when one has had enough is the trick, one I am yet to master, 10 Lynda xx

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