Mary Angela Douglas
Sipping Cherry Cola Through A Moonlit Straw - Poem by Mary Angela Douglas
sipping cherry cola through a moonlit straw
I mused on green creation and was overawed
and sifted through the mounds of ice cream
strawberry, chocolate, coconut noon had
melted in the patios, and scooped up to the
tune of cherry cola through a moonlit straw
tomorrow for breakfast,
berried angel food...
mary angela douglas 30 september 2013
P.S. If I don't have ice cream in the house I just write about it!
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