Kourtney Silver


Chocolate


There's milk chocolate,
There's dark chocolate,
There's white chocolate,
There's nutty chocolate.

There's raspberry filled chocolate,
There's caramel filled chocolate,
There's caramel filled dark chocolate,
There's peanut butter filled chocolate.

There's orange flavored chocolate,
There's fat free chocolate,
There's sugar free chocolate,
There's nougat filled chocolate.

There's mint flavored chocolate,
There's special dark chocolate,
There's truffles chocolate,
There's cookies and creme chocolate.

There's Hershey's chocolate,
There's Dove chocolate,
There's Nestle chocolate,
And there's chocolate milk.

There's so much chocolate,
Not nearly enough chocolate,
So many different types and kinds of chocolate,
To little chocolate,
There should be lots more chocolate.

Submitted: Sunday, May 13, 2012

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  • Veteran Poet - 4,807 Points Bri Edwards (2/11/2013 1:19:00 AM)

    not sure this is a poem. sounds more like a recipe for diabetes and obesity. where IS MY CHOCOLATE? ?
    but watch the spelling of too in second to last line. it is a stretch..................but i did write a poem about a chocolate; take my word for it. its title is kiss with a twist. thanks for sharing. (Report) Reply

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