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Hannah Unknownnnnnn

Chocolate Cake

I want chocolate cake,
Will you make,
It for me,
You know it’s yummy,

I see chocolate cake,
That you said you’d make,
It’s on my plate,
After I eat I’ll give you a five star rate,

I’m eating chocolate cake,
That you said and did make,
It’s definitely five stars,
You are raising the bars,

I am done with my chocolate cake,
That you said and did make,
Now what to eat,
That small piece was a cheat,

Now where’s the vanilla ice cream,
It’s chocolate’s dream,
Mine too,
It’s all gone boo hoo!

Submitted: Monday, April 14, 2008

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