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Hitch your wagon to a star

Tears and mirage a poem by M.T. Al-Mansouri, Ph.D.


The color of whiskey looks like the flame of burning fire. Does that mean Whiskey burns everything along its way down the throat?

The throat that swallows Whiskey is like a road filled with lights and fog.

The color of  whiskey looks like a gold. Does that mean that all the tipsiness Whiskey gives is golden?

Coffee, almond and grape  are related by fields.

Logic, ethics and the law of the jungle are the laws of nature.

Tears, anger and mirage are emotional imagery.

The color of whiskey looks  like a mirage. Mirage is an image formed from a far distance during hot sunny days. Does Whiskey give us those heat that give produces images?

Hunger, thirsty and torment are related because they have suffering in common.

The color of whiskey has elements of identity that qualifies consumers with mirth.

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