AuburnScribbler

Beer Garden (An Acrostic)

 

Broken is the silence, thus I stride with

Enthusiastic ecstasy, in order to re-join my folk: the

Eager cattle, drinking from their little troughs;

Resplendently partaking; in postponed festivity.

 

Granted, this rejoicing is a beautiful thing, though

All who consider themselves to be an offspring of  

Ravenous Dionysus, make sure not to spoil, and to not

Deface, for the viral invisible smog unfortunately, still

Exists, thus please do not make it a “fear garden”, as

Nothingness; may well become the order of the day.

Comments4

  • orchidee

    Good write AS.

    • AuburnScribbler

      Thanks for the read orchidee, have a drink for me, and I hope that all is well.

    • rosiedm

      Acronym
      GRAGZ

      • AuburnScribbler

        Thanks for the read rosiedm, though I am not sure about the acronym, but have a drink for me, and I hope that all is well.

      • Goldfinch60

        "please do not make it a “fear garden”" such true words Ben, we must still be careful.

        I didn't see that beer garden when I was in Newark!

        Andy

        • AuburnScribbler

          Thanks for the read Andy, and yes, though the beer garden is a staple of UK sociability, we need to make sure that the last of the plague is out, before we fully get back to "normal".

          Regarding the beer garden pictured, you might have known it as the Crown and Mitre, before it changed to The Flying Circus about seven years ago, if you are ever near Newark again; and are thirsty, it's well worth the visit.

          Anyway, thanks again, have a drink for me, and I hope that all is well.

        • L. B. Mek

          a great read!
          'we oft neglect the 'public house' roots
          of our beloved pubs
          so then, once more in timely Spring
          they've allowed us to unlock - our castle doors
          let us few who can: choose
          to simply toast and enjoy, for once
          and let it be Fate
          forced to wait and contemplate...'

          • AuburnScribbler

            Thanks for the read L. B. Mek, and a lovely poetic response indeed.

            I drink a pledge to you,
            Dear bard called L. B. Mek,
            Drink to be good, do what you should,
            But if your wish, is what you would,
            Then down it. (Haha!)

            Thanks again, have a drink for me, and I hope that all is well.

            • L. B. Mek

              Salut mi Amigo! lol



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