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Cotton Candy Clouds

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On this celestial hill I wait
With hopes that are no less than great
I look to the cotton candy clouds
Which wrap the sun in a misty shroud

They look so soft and battered thick
If my tongue were long, I'd give them a lick
You'd think my day's goal was a waste
To crave the most impossible taste

God himself prepared this cuisine
With his giant cotton candy machine
Mixed with rainbows and mountain mist
Topped with honey and an angels kiss

I tilt my head back and spread my lips
Stretch my tongue to its very tip
And I taste something so very nutritious
I'm drinking raindrops, so delicious!

I look underneath those beautiful shrouds
And I thank God for letting me taste the clouds
Wednesday, February 11, 2009
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Greenwolfe 1962 20 February 2009
Well, this is a very unique and tasty poem. It demonstrates the creative ability of the writer and gives great promise of things to come. I simply loved the way this writing was done and the way it was presented to the readers. Real talent is present here. GW62
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