Salt And Spice To The Bitter Ends

Poem By Eila Mahima Jaipaul

Salt taste floating away

You at my back arms folded

Feeding my soul through your indifference

Draining me of myself.

Ounces of energy once sought after

Now suppressed


Alone on the cold floor

Do you feel better?

The spice on my mouth is bittersweet

Stuck to tired lips

What can I say to you now

Touch me and reject your life

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