{Whiskey Horizon}

{Whiskey Horizon}

A Poem by Fabric Pulse





Whiskey horizons can appetize,

every day it grows in size.

Relationship success is mission abort,

happiness in life takes you to court.

Sunshine risings just bring

 drunken surprisings.

Liquor lullabies have a catchy jingle

which sends down your

 spine a shivering tingle.

In my life there’s been quite

a few alcohol betrayals,

good people gone horribly wrong portrayals.

Jack Daniels and Budweiser piles up in a stash,

they drink themselves to sleep waking

with hangovers just to go 24 pack shopping

again along with the bottles, a waste of cash,

their venom’s infectious as

raging onward urging,

it makes them sometimes a

lunatic with a sadistic choice,

that seldom scramble into a rash,

in your mind as you stay in darker

places that just means they put

in your only get away

vehicle tires a slash,

the abduction of who they

used to be falls down to a splash.

© 2011 Fabric Pulse

Author's Note

Fabric Pulse
I dislike alcohol, drinking, and beer beverages a lot, to say the least. People have a tendency to become their opposite personality in a matter of seconds after the liquid goes down their throat. Soon, if you ever did at all, you don’t know them anymore. They’re a stranger staring you down with those cold eyes made of ice and words made of daggers.

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A magnificent portrayer of the fight a lot of people are facing, aren't we all trying to beat something, drinking, drugging, sexing, a great work, well written, good read.

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Fabric Pulse

St. Clair, MO

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