Taste is easily forgettable.
Eyes: we see danger.
Ears: we hear danger.
Touch: we feel danger.
Smell: we inhale danger.
Taste, though, is taken forgranted
for it is thought to not protect the body
as much as the others do.
Yet it enriches the soul,
nurtures it with the essence of life,
food tilled by the hands of man,
and it’s formation affecting the very being
of us.