Chan Mongol


Sensors - Poem by Chan Mongol

All creatures got own sensors
The life to live as survivors!
Sometimes someone wants to see
Reads or monitors issues, protected to be!

To listen is for someone sometimes best
Someone likes to eat to take the taste!
It depends on time and condition where you go
Sometimes someone smells to know!

Sometimes people like to touch what it is
Everybody got own body guts to enjoy, to please!
But after the pleasure is done
People get tired with joyous fun!

Sleeping and resting to ease all pain
Then the lust, the desirecomeback again!
Five physical sensors to meet the appetite
Eyes, ears, nose, tongue, skin to sustain own might!

Topic(s) of this poem: life


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Poem Submitted: Sunday, April 22, 2018



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