Poems About: CANDY
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253.“Happy Valentine’s Day”
Everyone who said this to me, I got the laughs
Upon opening my inbox today I found many Valentine’s wishes
And a “love me” read more »persian khushi
Waking eagerly as the eve of Christmas, so near,
Quickly looking by the window, our hanging socks so dear,
Faithfully believing you that to good kids, Santa cares,
Soon candies and toys inside left us in laughter and tears. read more »Michael B. Ventura
255.So Happily Wonderful -new-
So Happily, Wonderful
'Song for Kanchana'
Written by: Wilfred Charles Mellers
Friday November 29,2013 read more »Wilfred Mellers
Aren't you sick of candy hearts,
and love letters trimmed in lace?
The same old words, 'I love you.' and
'I long for your embrace.' read more »Sinnaminsun Sinnaminsun
257.You Speak I Answer
Sometimes, love is a very quiet breeze
Gently swaying May cherry blossom boughs.
Pink cotton candy drifts cool waves and tease,
Softening paired footfalls on stony paths read more »Herbert Nehrlich
258.do you know?
do you know
that i see you
be in purple haze
that mists around perfect read more »anasuya balla
I liked the rice candy
at the Chinese market
at University Heights
where the Chinese lady read more »Louise Marie DelSanto
260.** My Neighbor, Less Than Two **
Like a miniature clown across the street
You can't help but love him-he's awfully sweet
It's hard to fault him, he's less than two
Full of chuckles and devilment, his name's Andrew read more »Ray Andrews
261.The peddler and the red scarf
In the sweepy narrow dusty road you sell candy
and I watch your beauty from afar.
I am scared of the street urchins.
My dear why don't you cover your face with a scarf. read more »nimal dunuhinga
262.Come up perch-cauchy3
Come up perch..
Come up perch then dropp your kick.
Get the candy a can of ices.
Laager cables bright and dim. read more »cheung shun sang
263.on the impossibly
on the impossibly taut emphatically phallic
runic measuring tape of Time
two homo sacred Road Scholar 'toons
have been unwittingly mashing the plastic button of Infinity read more »Walter Burns
Dancer marked by polo heads.
Politics pieces are served on easy.
Strange to walk are catchy winds. read more »cheung shun sang