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"To keep me company, a glass of red wine."
Is it correct? I'd like to write it in a kind of poetical style. I just want to express that I'm writing drinking some wine Emotion: stick out tongue thanks in advance
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Anonymous"To keep me company, a glass of red wine."
It's fine, but it is not a sentence. It is a fragment because there is no finite verb.
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A glass of white wine is my companion when I am feeling lonely. It is also my companion when I am watching a beautiful sunset. When it is raining I love the music of the rain and then I share it with a glass of white wine... I am a lonely person I guess...

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From The Rubaiyat of Omar Khayyam

A book of verse underneath the bough,
A jug of wine, a loaf of bread--and Thou
Beside me singing in the wilderness--
Oh, wilderness were Paradise enow!