Michael McParland (7-19-1983 / Dayton, Ohio)
Smells like candy tastes so sweet.
I dive right in to this lovely piece.
So soft so good.
It's so beautiful this great delight.
I never want to run it out.
Without this candy I'm down and out.
It's so tasty creamy slippery too.
This candy is true soul food.
I eat and eat this candy sweet.
Such a wholesome delicious fulfilling heat.
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