On The Wine Trail

Everything need not be written
Need not be documented

Sure you’re on a super journey
You’d like to share your travelogue
Yet everything need not be clicked.
Capture in still reception

Then let the stillness season
Like wine that is fermented
The master of the house will open
The bottle as he pleases

What care have you of preparation,
Fermentation, serving the guests
What care have you of lifekeeping
In his embrace what care have you
Of duty and of purpose

Meera Bai, played by Meryl Streep, galavanting in wine country in a white frilly dress with big purple flowers, usurped by someone invisible. How would that make for a movie? 🙂

Image credit: Photograph by Alohamalakhov from Pixabay.com


  1. Like. Much.
    Yet, to me, literature without periods/punctuation is like a lady without a handkerchief. 😃😞

    1. 🙂

      Please give more constructive specific feedback – where what punctuation do you think would have made the piece better – so the lady may learn to carry a handkerchief (if she wishes to). Actually, please add punctuation to the whole piece as you deem fit so she may have a proper idea. Some periods and commas were there in the original writing but she removed it.

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