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riya misi

Rookie (coimbatore)

Chocolate


Fillen the wallet en wagon
Both empty when return
As a hunter with treasure
Left non but plenty of chocolate
Mix’n milk, dark or white
Or even fill’d with caramel, butter, fruit and nut
Neither chocolate cold nor hot
So addictive am I and drives me crazy
special dark and silky tempts and so go my eyes, finger, lips en tongue
Enchanted in magical taste, grab a piece furiously
Sometimes lean across with upward chin and give such a tender kiss
Shut my eyes and waft it across the breeze under the nose
Take deep breath to smell aroma en guess the mix
Gentle lick to conform the unique taste
Right bite to melt on tongue to dress my lips hunger
Continue my own style until I lick my finger
Chocolate and tasting art is my pride let others envy
Am I alone acting this way, or all chocolate lovers do?
Can they understand chocolate language as I do?
Like,
Butterfinger speaks innocence
Magic pop to make silence speak
Snickers to control your angry friend
Toblerone to get together
Lindtand spugli to show hind for surprise
Prestart heart assortment will melt your valentine
Fruit and nut for a friend request
Surrender milky way to ask sorry to one
Kitkat to give bye munch to sign end the topic
Dairymilk express your depth of love
Dairy milk silk to get a fresh kiss
Temptatation for a cute proposal
And what ever the meanings is
All ends in a pleasant mood, and unique taste

Submitted: Thursday, December 19, 2013
Edited: Thursday, December 19, 2013

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