Tears of Hunger

In the 1990s I often referred to being in the state of “unruhig”. In English, that word is commonly translated into restlessness. However, the state I referred to on said moments was one of gently constraint vibrancy, like being immaterially hungry.

And, just like now, the tears were obvious, though not necessarily visibly flowing.

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