Kelly Zion

Rookie - 166 Points (11/27/1994)

Cherries Poem by Kelly Zion


Cherries mean so many things;
friendship, sweetness, a true-love kiss
cherry trees grow everywhere
cherries come in many colors;
maraschino cherry trees
weeping cherries, pink and peach
summertime, spring, wintergreen leaves
cherries mean so many different things
here's a cherry on top your persimmon pie
a cherry on top a raspberry shake
a cookies and creme cherry sundae
Oh, cherries mean so many different things
pretty sweet love with a cherry on top
Oh, be my honey cherry love
cantaloupe, water, cherry melons
cookies with cherries in the center
Oh baby, don't you have a cherry heart?
Cherries on the tablecloth
cherries for my own true love
come with me, my cherry love
let's pick cherries in the cherry fields
strawberries smell like cherries in the spring
mulberries make the cherries sing
Oh baby, show me everything
take me into the cherry trees
Oh baby be my cherry, please
pretty please, cherry baby
Oh, don't you know how much you mean to me?
Cherries mean so many things.

Submitted: Wednesday, September 4, 2013
Edited: Thursday, September 5, 2013
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