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kaavyaa kriday

(21 nov 1991 / faridabad)

Chocolate


The Best of food is Chocolate,
For which i Can Hardly wait.

Chocolate is another food i like,
More of Sugar and No spice.(AAj - kal Spice waali bhi aati hain)


Bitter Chocolates are not so good,
More Chocolate, Less MIlk, Spoils Mood,

Dry Fruits, Nuts, Cashew and Berry,
Make my Chocolate a little Heavy.

Without Milk everything goes wrong,
It is the thing which Makes us strong.

With Chocolate in my Hand, to food I say No! !
It is full of Calories, everyBODY know.

Cocoa, BUTTER, Milk and Sugar,
Are the Contents of my Supper.

Eating too Much Chocolate teeth are Spoiled,
Tummy AchES, ; Doctor Advises food Boiled.

For Lazy Children it is a Bait,
it is Topped on Pastry and a Cake.

Chocolate can also be a Drink,
Frozen Icecream and Flavoured Milk.

Bigger the Chocolates Much better the taste,
it is the CHOCOLATe, we should never Waste.

Submitted: Wednesday, November 19, 2008

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