Candy - Poem by Cassandra Jasmine
And peppery canes.
Milky-white chocolate balls,
Chocolate-covered coffee beans,
Raisins, blueberries, and strawberries;
All covered in sweet, suave, chocolate.
Oh, how I adore,
Velvety licorice (not quite) ,
And chocolate balls of nuts!
Candy, oh candy,
My love for you will never cease.
But my friends are sweeter than you;
Yet the price I would not have to pay is this:
Toothaches, cavities, and rotten teeth!
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