Chocolate - Poem by Tanya Ivanova
Caressing me with chocolate look
So that in me to break the ice
And me for you an open book
In your meal I’m just a spice.
Without you my day is empty,
With you my life still sucks
And you don’t give me what I’m betting
I guess it’s only luck.
Your chocolate poison you are selling
With such commercial flair
But in this moment I am smelling
That you are never fair.
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