David Joel Rodriguez
The 'H' Kiss (2003) - Poem by David Joel Rodriguez
I walked in to a corner store,
glance around the aisles.
Suddenly noticed something bright.
Walked up to it and saw one more.
There is no need for trials,
My heart was about to ignite.
These little chocolates I adore,
The last one that made me smile,
So good I wanted to take a bite.
Enough of this, what am I waiting for.
I'm going to buy this; been here awhile.
Now it's mine, remove foil, and enjoy delight.
Melting in the mouth at 80 degrees to the core.
Sugared chocolate kiss begins my hostile...
Now I'm stuck in this thirty minute excite...
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