Come and Dine


It fell upon a summer day

Near the shore of a prominent way.

We came there and stood at the door

Chasing hunger down to the floor

Our open eyes Snoop around to find

the time had come for us to dine.

With strangers around the table,

The company was incomparable

Lettice in choice of sprinkle spice.

The Silhouette smiles lauded in disguise,

defining taste beckon, us to come and dine.

Without being prim and prime,

The feast resembled heavenly wine

lovely juices of friendship from a family vine.

  • Author: Gerry Legister (Pseudonym) (Offline Offline)
  • Published: June 26th, 2022 08:32
  • Comment from author about the poem: The way friendships are formed
  • Category: Friendship
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