Treasure Island

Tamisha Bellamy

(January 25 1988-)

Sugar


Say you don't get enough candy
and will make the sky pour down with sugar
Never feel dry again and never know hunger
Sweetness
Sweet sugar moisturizes every cell in your body
No need to thank me
Stay sweet
No more vinegar
No more bitter
A disappearing act today
Say Say Say goodbye to salt
Leave it alone and wave it away
On a day when you are not feeling yourself
It could be that there is a problem with your blood pressure
Breathe and meditate because I would not want you to miss out on my goodness and my richness
I am a simple kind
For you I could be more
A lollipop
A candy bar, Ice cream, or a smore
You don't even have to ask
You can have me anytime and anyway you like
I never mind so indulge away

Submitted: Monday, August 01, 2011
Edited: Tuesday, August 02, 2011
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