LaSoaphia QuXazs

Rookie - 2 Points (1934 / Budapest, Hungary, living in the USA)

Wait Until You See This: Mankind and Alcohol Poem by LaSoaphia QuXazs


Drinking too much alcohol is not good.
But when you want to clear the mind, drink, you should.
It gives you a momentary calm and peace,
After your hectic day to embrace.

After a drink or two you are relaxed
Even the words are flowing easier as said
It is good to have a drink or two
To get out of stress, chaos and the seemingly life's zoo.

Anyway, when one drinks the real personality will surface,
Can be laughing, crying, fighting, happy, just don't become a disgrace.
If you don't like what you become, drink when you are alone
Just find relaxation, possibly peace for the moment, survive in the zone.

Even if you do not have problems, only challenges,
After a long day solving those should not make you depressed.
I know, I tried, I can recommend
Love you and wishing you the best to tend.

Just don't go overboard.

Submitted: Tuesday, February 25, 2014
Edited: Wednesday, February 26, 2014

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