Carla Ruth Finke

(St. Augustine, FL, USA)

Kookie Bells - Poem by Carla Ruth Finke

Mix one cup of Love
With 1/2 cup of Dove
Sprinkle in some laughter
And you'll have some Kookie Bells! The throw in a few chopped nuts
Along with flowers and Leggs,
And you'll see the finished product
In a wedding gown with pegs. Now scoop a few more kisses
In between all the mega bucks,
And you'll analyze this recipe
Why the Kookie Bells become Mrs! So---away you must go
With your beau on your arm---
And guest will all swarm
With rice bags for charms!


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  • (11/26/2006 7:49:00 PM)


    This is a poem from my grandmother! ! Pretty good, huh? I miss her! (Report) Reply

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Poem Submitted: Thursday, January 2, 2003



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