David Whalen

Gold Star - 5,259 Points (5/18/38 / Covington Kentucky)

There Better Be Pizza - Poem by David Whalen

When I go that kingdom, high in the sky
When I shed life’s coils, when I lay down to die

When my breath finally leaves me, with a last soft sigh
I’ll go to my reward…and an eternity of hot Pizza pie

I pray that there’s gonna be cheese filled crust
And piles of Pepperoni’s a definite must

I wanna see oceans of melted Mozarella
An’ don’t be getting’ stingy with the olives ‘Big Fella’

Lots of angelic onions, bits of heavenly ham
Could even contain slices of spiritual spam

Some divine diced tomatoes, some holy Swiss cheese
I’ve been real religious Lord, and I’m beggin’ you please

I better see hot cheese abubblin’
I implore you o’ Lord to provide that rapturous smell

Buuuut…There had better be pizza in heaven
Or I’m gonna be raisin’ some hell


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Poem Submitted: Tuesday, December 15, 2009



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