O Anna Niemus
Starseeds - Poem by O Anna Niemus
One eats out of loneliness..
to fill the void
Another to have a starch sponge
to mop up anger's acid in his stomach
A third, has his appetite unnaturaly stimulated
A fourth, a self realized master,
sometimes takes on his disciples' karma
by eating. He carries the load of their
transgressions on his body.
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