Sugar and Rum are derived from the humble Sugarcane. Below is a part of the poem – ‘Pity for Poor Africans’. They really loved their Sugar and Rum in those days!
I OWN I am shock’d at the purchase of slaves,
And fear those who buy them and sell them are knaves;
What I hear of their hardships, their tortures, and groans,
Is almost enough to draw pity from stones.
I pity them greatly, but I must be mum,
For how could we do without sugar and rum?
4 thoughts on “Sugar and Rum”
Beautiful light..Really nice composition and caption.. 🙂
Simple nice snap…is the focusing off center?
Focussing off centre? The focus is on the fourth stub from the bottom.
Wow! Nice. Love the way you’ve captured the uneven stacking of the canes!