Drink Up

Sitting quietly

Alone with thoughts

Reaching out

To get the clear container

Slowly opening the lid

Moving the bottle

Lips puckered with thirst

The liquid streamed down

Deep into the belly

Emptying the desire

Only to reach for another

Down it went like the other

Thoughts seem distant

As another swig of desire

Twinkled down the throat

Refreshing water

Soothed my thirst

Satisfied for now

I move on…I have to move on

by Pauline Harris

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