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With eager steps, the apprentice

follows the master, watching and

learning with each step.  Ingredients

are gathered and gently prepared

for the elixir.  Carefully, the master

guides his young apprentice to

combine them all together,

but it is the master who adds the

magical final ingredient.

Bubbling and fizzing and fermenting.

The glass vessel is placed in a cool dark

location to be tended occasionally.

The apprentice checks daily and is

fascinated to watch magic at work.

Eventually, the potion is completed.

Master and apprentice share the

potion, raising their glasses together

and giving thanks to the gods.

Magical and intoxicating wine;

a new master vintner is in the making.

This weeks topic for One Single Impression is apprentice.  Monday Poetry Potluck‘s theme is Magic & Miracles, Wonder & Wizardry.

35 thoughts on “Apprentice

  1. an interesting process the tending to wine.. your post makes it seem all the more with an apprentice to his master.. i think i’ll go have a nice glass of merlot now, thank you,

  2. A lovely poem Teresa.. but then poor me.. have never been able to taste wines.. but appears to be interesting drinks..

    And thanks for you visit to my page.. could you tell me what did this sentence in your comment mean Quote:
    “word verification is truth. Hmmmm” Unquote: do visit again to let me know.. thanks a lot..

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