Richard Allen Beevor

Gold Star - 4,793 Points (23 March 1949 / London)

Cotton Candy Collaboration With Kwp - Poem by Richard Allen Beevor

I had a dream this morning,
we were at the fair,
you were full of cotton candy
even in your hair.

You always tell me of your dreams,
Forever chasing after me,
I do not care for you courting,
Why can't you let me be.

My heart is your candy,
so sweet upon your lips,
my hands caressed your body
and rested on your hips.

Again you try the romance.
Romance is not my thing,
rest you hands where you like my friend,
Watch my hands - cos they can sting

I bought you cotton candy
even gave you a red rose
but when i want a little kiss,
all i get is a bloody nose.

How can I say this nicely
I loathe you with distaste
now take your damn Cotton Candy
and please my time don't waste.

Alas my cotton candy
now scattered on the floor,
my love my heart has broken
and thrown me out the door.

My love lies with your brother,
so strong and big and tall,
instead of offering me cotton candy
he offers large body parts and all.

Large! please don't make me laugh
his name in town is titch,
you been playing with his parts
but what about his itch! !

I say jealousy it is a curse
and one I do not find manly,
I shall take the titch, his itch and fitch
but not take your rotten candy!

Topic(s) of this poem: comedy

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Poem Submitted: Thursday, October 29, 2015

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