Wine & Friendship

A friendly poetry challenge
Appeared with a similar theme
So here’s the previous post
Re-formed in poetry. 🙂

He was seated at the table
Glass of wine in his hand
Sultry was the afternoon
Some summer breezes fan

The town bustle and chatter
Filled the air in his wait
Till he looked up as he heard
Her voice – “Sorry I’m late!”

He set his glass down, as she
Arrived at his table
A smile on his lips
“I’m glad you were able.”

“Well I kept my promise
To meet you today.”
He took a sip from his glass
His eyes not leaving her face

She reached for her own
Lips curled in a wicked smile
“Amici e vino sono meglio vecchi.”
Made him guffaw a while

“Are you saying that I’m old?”
He winked and took a sip
“I’m saying we get better with age
Like fine wine and friendship.”

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9 responses to “Wine & Friendship

  1. Beautiful. Love it 🙂

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  2. Nicely done change of the scene. Do you like it better than the other? It’s interesting how it changed it, and yet didn’t. : )

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  3. Oops… Such an interesting observation and descriptive analysis. Guys are so funny …. : )

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  4. You are still correct, they’re both enjoyable. : )

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