Treasure Island

Sherbanu Molu

(1st March 1996 / Mombasa, Kenya)

Chocolate Cake


Chocolate cake,
Peacefully baked,
Chocolate dripping down from the cake,
Oh! My life at stake,
Some flakes sprinkled on the top,
When the knife went chop chop,
A big cherry placed on the centre,
Red in color,
Cream everywhere,
Something you can never compare,
Freshly baked chocolate cake,
Is sold without a brake,
Early in the morning,
Business is boosting,
When chocolate cake,
Is peacefully baked...

Submitted: Monday, December 28, 2009

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  • Omar Ibrahim (12/29/2009 12:30:00 PM)

    peacefully is strange for a cake being baked you may want to change it with another adverb...but it's a wonderful poem made me hungry though i have just finished eating! i found the rhyme musical here...great job keep writing and give me a piece of your cake! (Report) Reply

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