Andrew D Robertson

Rookie (March 25,1986 / Orange, California)

Hot Chocolate


The swirling, twirling steam
swirled up and up and up.
My nose followed the scent
and stretched down, down, down.
I smelled two smells,
two very seperate smells mixed
together to for my favorite drink.
The smell of cocoa
filled my nostrils with lustful warmth
just as the most intoxicating hint
of a spice brushed by my nose...
A fool's smile spread across my face
and I took a sip of the most delicious
Hot Chocolate a man could want!

Submitted: Sunday, April 04, 2010

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  • Rookie - 140 Points Richard D. Remler (4/27/2010 12:36:00 AM)

    I like this one. I'd sneak in the word decadent somewhere eventually, but that's just me. Seems hot chocolate needs a few marshmallows and can be a bit decadent if it's made just right. Nice work. Thanks for sharing. (Report) Reply

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