Salty Sarcasm — by Aishwarya
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pepper it with a pinch of salt,
a bit more, too much for comfort,
a bit less, too little for taste,
how am i to know, a constant refrain,
you better do, like dagger’s pointed at you!
Poetry form :- Gogyohka (“Gogyohka usually contains five lines, but could have four or six lines. It’s up to the poet. Each line should comprise one phrase with a line-break after each phrase or breath. Gogyohka has no restraints on the number of words or syllables used”. From Colleen’s Poetry Cheat Sheet)
Note :- The above poem may seem like a cookery lesson, but it isn’t so. Often we end up saying too much or too little, without any care of how the other person’s feelings. And our escape route would be, “How am I to know?”, but that isn’t always so.
Acknowledgements :- Thank you Reena Saxena for…
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2 thoughts on “Salty Sarcasm”
I always really enjoy your work, so I am not surprised I love this one. I like how it reads a bit threatening like your contemplation is going to burn your food.
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Kudos to Aishwarya!