Albert Price

Rookie - 237 Points (12-14-1943 / Washington DC)

To Dieters - Poem by Albert Price

Spread before me is a copious treat,

All begging me to try it,

But I know that if I do,

I will be forgetting my diet.

I desire to enjoy the dance

With the lovely maidens of old,

And delight the valley of vision

With the removal of all burdens to behold.

Like a bear surveying a campsite,

In her piggish penchant for sweets.

I fell for the earnest felicity

In the maidens whirling to the melodious beats.

And each irresistible and delicious aroma,

Meandering from the cottage eaves,

Could make a rhyme take wing

And flutter in the evening breeze.

Comments about To Dieters by Albert Price

  • Bri Edwards (7/7/2013 10:11:00 PM)

    if i were a religious person i might pray for a poet note on this poem to help me understand it. it is almost as though there are two poems intertwined in my view. who am i to say? i do like the rhyming. time to go to dinner! thanks for sharing. i look forward to reading other of your poems. (Report) Reply

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Poem Submitted: Friday, January 29, 2010

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