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Apr 2019
Soothing liquid drinking vine
Mondavi,Β Β Bare Foot and their kind;
dry Chardonnay wine.
Monsters flee and angels race with every sip, aΒ Β faster pace, hiding horrors their place;
strong Chardonnay wine.
You are loyal, kind and never blue, waiting in a bottle true, ever faithful, always new;
cheap Chardonnay wine.
Forget Chablis and Moscato, turn your back on Sauvignon Blanc. Even popular Pinot Grigio won't give you what you want. The reds are not in question, their often on my mind.  But in the end, I'm  loyal, and there's only just one kind;
very strong, very dry, very cheap and very mine;

Chardonnay wine.
Written by
Gina  55/F/Florida
     Perry, Jack Jenkins and ---
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