Fitzisaac Maliya

(18th October / Woodley, Reading, UK)

Food


Food food absolutely appetising
Food food absolutely tantalising
The way it makes your stomach jump at its mention
The way it melts on your tongue when you go to taste it
The way the mouth waters at its mention or sighting
The uncontrollable breathing for some impatient people
As the food is prepared the intensity of its appeal
The race to the table to secure a seat at the buffet
The enjoyment as the food passes down the throat
With a nice cold drink to was it down with
How quickly everyone disappears at the sight of empty dirty dishes
Food food absolutely appetising
Food food absolutely tantalising

Submitted: Friday, July 31, 2009

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  • Rookie - 29 Points Isaac Maliya (7/31/2009 4:52:00 PM)

    Every nice things have their side which is bitter. There's a price to pay for all things good! Good analogy! (Report) Reply

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