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The Gilded Silver Jubilee Peg

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The Gilded Silver Jubilee Peg

I insisted the jubilee amiability
to stir up with twilight-ed spirit
zeal of desires aroused 
as the silverly rays crowned me
to pour out the gilded spirit.
Earstwhile crimson years
With some bichrome days
My glazed tumbler seems to reflect
those moments
as the sound of slopping gilded spirit 
sloshed the bottom spattering the glazed ambiance.
 
I greeted the slushing club soda
to blend with its own felicity of bubbles 
dribbling over the gilded spirit
to rebel the jubilee amiability.
Invidious comparisions of consequences experienced
now the encumbrance of responsibility that blazes
as I perished my own dreams.
I acompanied the thought lighting my cig
Smokes drifted alike my reveries.
I held my gilded spirit inclining to my thirsty lips
The gilded sip boosted me
Out from those obsessed incumbency.
 
I accompanied with a prepraration of pomfret tandoori shrimp
to spice up the gilded spirit 
with slurp sounds that spieled again and again.
The jubilee amiability acquainted with 
some imagery hot babes
keeping aside my eternal love for few moments. 
My vision evinced bit of dizziness
As I imbibed the whole gilded peg.
The zeal of the twilght-ed spirit
That crowned me against my solitude passing jubilee
I was inspired by my own amiability
As if I was adorned with my Gilded Silver Jubilee Peg.

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