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Wines by I.Y. Ewan

Wines by I.Y. Ewan

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This obscurely titled poem is taken from Part 1 of the author's collection of poems, The Caravanserai. It's very short and well worth the read. 

He gives to them the heav’nly wine to sup
Whom he anoints,
And also lets them drink the other cup
That disappoints
That, when they prove ‘twas but a worthless waste
They thought so fine,
They may the more appreciate the taste
Of better wine. 
— I.Y. Ewan
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