Spock the Vegan
Sweeter Than Sugar - Poem by Spock the Vegan
There is something twice as sweet as sugar.
It's my honey and she's a good cooker.
But now I must tell you a nice surprise,
this honey comes from a native beehive.
Yes it's true; you need only half as much
to sweeten your cereal or your punch.
Honey is something you can store away
until you need it on a needful day.
If you think it will not keep, have no fears,
it has been found good after ninety years!
If you have honey that is crystallized,
put it where it's hot, you are so advised.
On slice of toast you need only a smidge.
I keep my honey on top of the fridge.
If yours crystallizes, don't put in sink,
It has healthy stuff like dextrin and zinc.
Instead spoon some into your barley soup
and from cold and sore throat you may recoup.
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