Wine And A Poet

Poem By SAKTHI RAVICHANDRAN

Wine and a poet

Trifles of mine
driven me to have a peg of wine
In that gear of wine
what line may come?
written and closed
In the dais on the next day
I was honoured for my poetic excellence

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