Gordon Jerome

Sweet Dreams - Poem by Gordon Jerome

Lollipop lilly pads line the lagoon
As butterscotch sunsets rival the moon
Candy cane light poles brighten our path
To protect us all from the gummy bears wrath
Red and black licorice vines hang from the trees
And sway back and forth in a peppermint breeze
With a candy corn cobblestone laid beneath our feet
We all dance like jelly beans down our main street
While candy coated lights flash red yellow green
The milk chocolate kisses become quite serene
As lemon dropp lightening appears in the sky
A taffy stretch limo now pulls itself by
Marshmallow clouds float on the air
And carry away my sour dropp care.
'closing thought'
To sweeten your life use the sweetest confection
Then mix it with kindness and plenty affection

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Poem Submitted: Saturday, May 8, 2010

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