Hunger

Poem By Amalei Masigla

The bitter sweet taste of swallowing every inch of this life
Pungent memories seasoned with love haunting every sleep
Dreams glazed with your honey which at times forget to wake up
When it gets too sweet sprinkle with salt
Too salty?
Bless it with sugar
Every flavor savours the hungry heart
Captures the watering soul

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