Shall I run after her to love me?
Is that the right behavior?
Do I really love her?
Or just because I need to demolish my solitude
To destroy and forget my painful past
I become girl hunters
I like them all just to satisfy myself
Not talking about sex relations
But to bury my pains.
I urge her to say yes
Like I am chief ordering his soldiers.
My feelings are enough!
I don’t care about yours
I am sinking in my emptiness
And I am getting older
So say Yes for my future
Don’t care about yours
I am hungry and I must eat
Like a greedy!
Be my food!
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|2||Food, by samuel nze|
|3||Food (Eight By Four), by Dorian Petersen Potter|
|4||The Trouble With Food, by Janice M Pickett|
|5||Bird Food, by John Shea|
|6||Junk Food, by kendra stevens|
|7||Pet Food, by steve stirk|
|8||Food For Thought, by Ashvini Swamy|
|9||Food Power, by Phil Ward|
|10||The Pleasure Of Food, by christian webb|
|11||Grandma's Food, by Kelley Van Heerden|
|12||Food, by DohHoon Yang|
|13||Begging For Food, by Tao Yuanming|
|14||School's Food, by yang zheng|
|15||Food For Thought, by Patti Masterman|
|16||Ijooo! You Ate Lots Of Food, by Jacques Sprenkie Mateya|
|17||Food For Thought, by Charles M. Moore|
|18||Demons Food, by Cody Moore|
|19||Food Fior Thought, by Kay Moore|
|20||Food Of Love, A Sonnet, by Eli MorenoDrew|