Poems About: CHOCOLATE
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325.0103.Abhirami Andhadhi Slogan 101
The Ultimate Fruit of all these slogans
(Dear Readers read more »rajagopal. h..
Snowflakes the size of marshmallows fall to the earth;
Frosty icy winds play havoc with her red curly hair.
She delights in frolicking in snow so deep; read more »Mel (Carmela) Patterson
327.Give Me A Kitkat Kitty
I don't apologise that I want a kitkat,
I need my chocolate fix,
And pain and pleasure don't mix.
For I love that kitkat Kitty, read more »Paula Glynn
Fillen the wallet en wagon
Both empty when return
As a hunter with treasure
Left non but plenty of chocolate read more »riya misi
329.Nut-ricious nutty poetry
Most people go bananas over chocolate
I'm well nuts about nuts as well
Stuff them in chocolate
ice-cream or sherbet. read more »S.zaynub Kamoonpuri
330.The Sugar-Plum Tree
Have you ever heard of the Sugar-Plum Tree?
'T is a marvel of great renown!
It blooms on the shore of the Lollipop sea
In the garden of Shut-Eye Town; read more »Eugene Field
331.Like My Grandmother's Chocolate Cheesecake
When you can not
See the forest through the trees,
And you can not run
Like Gump, read more »Nadalia Bagratuni
332.I Scream For Chocolate
Do you recall going to the candy store?
The shelves were filled with chocolates.
One wonders, who they all are for. read more »Monica Engeler
You rush downstairs to the kitchen with excitement as the heart felt aroma of chocolate chip cookies seeps through every room in your house.
So enamored and filled with relief that your anguishing wait is over, you cannot help but notice each cookie's golden brown, wrinkled crust glistening as steam whisps seductively around your nose drawing you near, as if in a trance. While rich chocolate oasises seep delicately into each cookie.
And when they are finally cool enough to eat, you push and grab for the biggest chip, filled cookie on the rack and bite eagerly into the crust, but savoring every flavor.
The texture, so soft and moist, melts like ice in a bowl luke warm water. But, as the last piece slips down your throat, the after taste is so overwhelming that you yearn for another, and another and another until you are satisfied. read more »Cece Cook
Oh how I wish that you would walk
And how I wish that you would go
and leave me. read more »Peter, Jr. Alcedo
335.Coco days – Part 1 – Coco Days - Acrostic
Calmly sitting here in the absence of sun,
Over eating thick dark chocolate.
Comparable to the kind beneath pretty colored foils,
Often molded into sweet compelling images. read more »stewart green
A hint of clove and orange peel
and even cedar, maybe,
are some aromas in the meal
I'm giving to my baby, read more »gershon hepner