Richie John Pais
Chocolates - Poem by Richie John Pais
Why did these chocolates
Become so bitter
They were supposed to be sweeter
Why did they
Vanish in thin air
While they should have been in my mouth
Why the road to chocolates
Became so narrow
Who fenced it?
Why I lost interest in chocolates
When I had a sweet tooth
Why did I ask for chocolates
When I could easily buy
Where is that mother who said
"Let that man eat some"
Hunger like this never existed.
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