Eating In My Face

Soul Food
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Dear Har-old,

The hungrier one becomes, the clearer one’s mind works-also the more sensitive one becomes to the odors of food.

There is nothing like having noise in your head and being hungry at the same time.

You hate when people eat in front of you; they equally hate being watched.

Har-old, why don’t you become the one that’s comfortable at the table?

Suck the smell in your noise.

Lick your lips … bite ’em!

Rub your stomach like a pregnant woman.

Rudely stare.

Drool like a baby.

Listen to that crunching and smacking … damn loud!

The doggish growl of your stomach scares and quiets the catty noise in your head.

Food for thought.

Futuristically yours,



3 thoughts on “Eating In My Face”

  1. Food and me haven’t really been friends … I think I been borderline anorexic for a while now (as a child, I used to hide and throw away ma food then pretend I’d eaten it all), had a brief stint with bulimia…but oddly, lately, I’ve become tolerant of food and am actually wanting to try new foods and stuff…interesting stuff…


  2. Omg. Food is amazing. I don’t think a majority of the world really takes the time to savor food. I’m always looking for something new because I’ve had everything before. I’m going to let myself get super hungry around dinner tomorrow! Tanks for the idea, Har-new =)


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