Sophia Engel

Rookie (5.1.2000 / Nürnberg, Germany)

Candy Wonderland


Imagine a candy wonderland
Filled to the top with yummy things to eat
Fences made of marshmallow
And roofs carved of ginger bread
Imagine a candy wonderland
With bushes that grew
Not hazelnuts
Neither Apples nor Pears
But bushes that bloomed with sugar flowers
And strawberry creams ready to eat
Just waiting
Waiting for you
Imagine a candy wonderland
Where everything you saw
Was made of something deliciously sweet and tasty
Whether it be people, houses or door knobs
Imagine a candy wonderland
Where everyone you pass
Is fat and plump and jolly
There is no such thing as mean, healthy or gross
Because in the candy wonderland
There is nothing peculiar about
Having chocolate for breakfast
Lollypops for lunch
And Peppermint creams for tea
For in the candy wonderland
Everything is free
And made for your enjoyment
Pools filled with jelly
Castles out of rock candy
So join us in the candy wonderland! !

Submitted: Wednesday, April 24, 2013
Edited: Thursday, April 25, 2013

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