As some of you may have noticed, I like poetry and will sometimes quote a poem in the middle of a post -- which might seem bizarre to you at times. Nevertheless, "Different roads sometimes lead to the same castle. Who knows?" (AGOT-Jon II); so it's neither unusual nor outlandish for some of GRRM's themes to have been reflected in other literary works, including poems. Moreover, GRRM is an extremely well-read and allusive author, who enjoys giving a reverent, sometimes cheeky
I want to talk about peaches as a forbidden fruit.
The sweet, messy juice of the peach is highly suggestive of the sweet satisfaction of bloodshed – the original sin. As Euron remarks, there’s nothing sweeter than the wine taken off a beaten foe, including his brothers, particularly Victarion to whom he is speaking here among that number (having stolen his woman, his men, etc. from him):
A Feast for Crows - The Reaver
‘’There's no wine half so sweet as wine