Treasure Island

Bre Renee

(2/26/93)

Cookies


a tasty yummy treat


a taste that cant be beat


its good for you and me


and soon you will see


i eat it with a spoon


you eat it with a fork


now we all can tell


you are a dork


some is in the oven


some is on my plate


i really am lovin


what i just ate


can you guess what it is?


im sure you can not


but i no that you


will love it alot


i am drinking milk


along with this treat


im really tellin you


this treat can not be beat


its startes off really soft


then it comes out hard.


theres about a dozen


of these yummy things


you have no idea


how much joy these really bring


i am almost done eating


my delisious tasty treat


like i said from the beginning


this treat can not be beat.

















coooookies! ! !

Submitted: Tuesday, January 11, 2011
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