Vera Sidhwa

S U G A R - Poem by Vera Sidhwa

I saw some in brown,
Some in crystal white,
And some in confectioner's delight.
I saw some on the baby's mouth.

I tasted it in a banana,
I savored it on a cookie.
I tasted in a cake,
That they freshly baked.

I saw it in my lover's smile.
I saw sugar in my baby's eyes.
I saw it in my friends' faces,
Of sugary moments of love's traces.

Yellow colored lemonade on a hot day,
Red colors of a sugary watermelon slice.
Which to my hungry tongue did entice.

I have the sugar cane to thank,
For making this world sweet.

And exude to man's nature,
To help make sweet,
The lives of each other.

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Poem Submitted: Friday, August 31, 2012

Poem Edited: Friday, August 31, 2012

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