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Dorian Petersen Potter


A Chocolate Nut (Free Style)


I am a chocolate nut
I like them all and so what?
I eat them in a rut
And I enjoy them in a hut!

I buy them in a store,
I eat them when I'm bore
And always want more
Even if my tummy it's sore

I am a chocolate nut
I like them all and so what?
I eat them when I stroll the shore
I find them behind every candy store

I prefer some more than others
I give them to my mom and also my baby brother
I like the peanut butter one
But I go nuts for the crème eggs too

I am a chocolate nut
I like them all and so what?
Give me one, give me two
I gobble chocolate, but not the beef stew

I love candies too
Well, I don't like them all, do you?
Some I like them and some I do not,
I buy them in a bag but I keep them in a pot

I am a chocolate nut
I like them all and so what?
I enjoy them sitting or standing up
I eat them from a container or a cup

I like them with strawberry and banana,
But I don't like to share them with Joanna
I like them for snacks and desserts and everyday
I love them in Easter, Valentine's Day, Halloween Day and Mother's Day!

I am a chocolate nut
I like them all and so what?
Give me one, give me two,
I can share with you one too

I am a chocolate nut
I like them all and so what?
I eat them in a rut
And I enjoy them in a hut.

Submitted: Friday, July 19, 2013
Edited: Tuesday, July 23, 2013

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