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Janneke Tenvoorde

(Ontario, Canada)

Candy


By everyone required,
Absolutely admired,
Who can detest,
What tastes the best?
Munch and Crunch
Enjoying it all,
Snack or lunch,
Having a ball,
Bitter, sour, or sweet,
If its candy, its always a treat,
Chewy, fizzy, or a surprise inside,
Candy shows us were all kids inside.
So come on and join the team,
Get some candy to the extreme,
Don’t you dare ever doubt it,
That there is a way without it!

written by a friend, Arlene

Submitted: Saturday, November 21, 2009

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  • Carolin Tenhove (11/26/2009 6:39:00 PM)

    I love this poem, You see before I had anerexia and you know candy saved my life; but you see my good-lookin, romantic, attiudeed, loser boyfreind just doesn't understand how candy saved my life (Report) Reply

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