Treasure Island

Faith Elizabeth Brigham

(May 14,1953 / Pittsburgh, PA)

Love Feast

since we've got
soul food
brain food
bird seed
sea weed
how come
we don't have
love food
i know a lot
of folks
hungry enough
for it
to attend
a love feast

Submitted: Friday, September 30, 2005

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  • Ivy Christou (10/1/2005 5:54:00 AM)

    I totally understand what you mean in this! proper original love food no substitutes from soapy movies and unreal romantic stories from airport's books!
    Nicely put!
    HBH (Report) Reply

  • Enemacles Redux (9/30/2005 6:36:00 AM)

    Love food.. oh my! Well what about those romantic novels that people buy at airports... arent they love food? And what about movies like Sleepless in Seatle...

    I suppose its subjective... I think theres only one real type of love food and you cant, unfortunately, buy it on a shelf.

    You might be able to get it on the internet though...; -) (Report) Reply

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