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The Gospel of the Bubbles (A Beer Poem) by Su’eddie Vershima Agema

In a bar
he stares across bubbles
dancing a million moves
stars across galaxies
each moving, lost in full amber.
Could be a story, he thinks
and a story sails to his mind:

one of a baby born
the tale of hope – maybe a son
then it switches to a life torn

the story of his own lost star
born from the rubbles
of evils forgotten, evils forgiven(?)

a man should not marry against the clan
but love puts a loud beat to the heart
to muffle the thunders of tradition’s wisdom

many more years and a lost hope
the times now coil on
preparing a road to a rope

In a bar
he looks up thinking
ten green bottles decorate the table
he’s sailing on a star
Star – share the brighter life
should there be any strife?
He thinks of a rope again…

a rope to string him to his beloved
life might have its strife
but the bubbles dance together

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