maria sudibyo

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Sugar and Pepper Poem by maria sudibyo

There is girl name is Sugar
Her heart is sweet like a candy
And all the bees want her honey

There is boy name is Pepper
His words are spicy but worthy
and every meat wants his beat

Sugar and Pepper have been friend all long
Quarrelling and crying are uncountable
But they never take as heart's wound
and they still sing a song

Sugar is pretty like a flower
When she smiles there's a sunshine
And every man gets first-sight-love

Pepper's voice is like whistle
When he gaze there's a thunder
And no woman can fight that

Sugar and Pepper are just friend not more
Finding something that can't be controlled
But they pretend nothing to show
And they just say 'hello'

Submitted: Thursday, February 15, 2007
Edited: Saturday, January 15, 2011
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  • Rookie Delilah Miller (2/15/2007 8:27:00 PM)

    Secret love. Never stays clandestine for very long. Nice poem, I like the sugar and pepper analogies, they fit.
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