Top 100 Poems About: CANDY

In this page, poems on / about “candy” are listed.
  • 1.
    The Blues

    When the shoe strings break
    On both your shoes
    And you're in a hurry-
    That's the blues. read more »

    Langston Hughes
  • 2.
    Reflections On Ice-Breaking

    Is Dandy
    But liquor
    Is quicker. read more »

    Ogden Nash
  • 3.
    Candy Man

    Who can take a sunrise, sprinkle it with dew
    Cover it in chocolate and a miracle or two
    The candy man, the candy man can read more »

    Roald Dahl
  • 4.
    Cotton Candy

    We walked on the bridge over the Chicago River
    for what turned out to be the last time,
    and I ate cotton candy, that sugary air, read more »

    Edward Hirsch
  • 5.
    Cotton Candy On A Rainy Day

    Don't look now
    I'm fading away read more »

    Nikki Giovanni
  • 6.
    Xerox Candy Bar

    you're just a copy
    of all the candy bars read more »

    Richard Brautigan
  • 7.
    Venetian Candy

    How long will our bewildered heirs
    marooned in possessions not theirs
    puzzle at disposing of these three read more »

    John Updike
  • 8.
    Circuses, Cotton Candy, Ice Cream And You. . .

    I see in my mind the days of my youth and how
    you would sorta come to fit into my
    life. I remember the days of
    happiness as I ran and I played, days read more »

    Tommy Lee Woosley
  • 9.
    Candy Hearts Can Kill

    Valentine’s day brings them out
    Sayings candy Sweethearts shout read more »

    Mary Havran
  • 10.
    Krishna Goes To The Woods

    O Krishna, darling of Gokula, awake

    I have brought you milk, curd and sugar-candy come and partake of these delicacies: your pals are at the door, calling you to play; the sun has risen and it's time to go to the woods. read more »

    Sant Surdas
  • 11.
    (091) Cotton Candy

    When I was walking down the road
    I saw the big town fair
    I got a nice cotton candy
    That was bought with my share read more »

    Risha Ahmed (12 yrs)
  • 12.
    A Penny Candy Store

    Walking by an old abandoned building
    That once housed a penny candy store,
    I envisioned all the wide-eyed children
    As they gazed at the display of candy galore. read more »

    Joseph T. Renaldi
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