There are many senses,
argued there are over twenty two. Touch
is a wondrous thing
Are the original ones not
I know I'm always jealous when someone is new.
As it allows pain, which is important
stability. Your hands and fingertips
Give unimaginable amount of
Yet it is valued less and less.
The feel of
temperature has been separated,
But that doesn't take away the
smooth texture of skin,
Or the rough of a sponge. The prick of a
Taste is a strange thing.
It is actually my most prominent
My memory for taste is next to none!
I can fool myself
into thinking I am eating,
Though it's not a fraction of what it
really feels like,
The mixtures of taste sensations in a mixed
Or the ideas you pick up; the last thing the person you
are kissing had to eat
Or drank. Both food and drink, and even
poison. The bitter or the sweet,
We have our taste buds to thank:
the sensory dopamine tank.
Sight comes and goes. It is probably
one of the weakest.
Though we value it in such high
Colours, shapes, textures. It gives us the knowledge of
So the other senses know exactly what to expect - Before it
Sight gives expectations, and superficial relations.
eyes themselves have colour that can only be seen by others.
is it more more important than it's sensory brothers?
I put to you
If you had to choose, would you rather be blind or
Because hearing is under appreciated.
It gives feelings of people, and voices as distinct as
The value of listening to someone without even
Looks is the purest of thought? Judging someone
who they really are.
Hearing used to include balance, but now it's
counted as separate.
But imagine hearing the world in mono!
think we'd all get a little bit desperate.
This only leaves smell
of the elite.
The olfactory information which second to none
Smell is spread through particles in the
And they give us instant feelings to what it is we
The smell of him or the smell of her,
No smell at all
is all that would make them a blur.
So with senses being added and
Nothing can change the elite of the main sensory
Call them sub-categories or call them their own.
can beat what our senses have already known.