Sylvia Chidi

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Chocolate! Chocolate!


Chocolate! Chocolate!
Brown and yummy
Feeling good in my tummy
Crunchy and munchy!
Are bunches of dark brown raunchy

Chocolate Chocolate
Don't be late
You are so great
I have a debate
But for now it can wait
Will you be my blind date?

Chocolate! Chocolate!
I'm in such a good state
You are my best soul mate
I have ever had to rate
And you, I will never underestimate
I can eat you in bunches of twos and eight
Just set your trap and I will take the bait

Chocolate! Chocolate!
Please don't lecture and dictate
I know that when I add some weight
I may not know how to navigate
And I may regret all that I ate
But Chocolate I need you on my plate
I just feel like a young promising graduate
As you stare at me and decide my fate
With you it is always a picture of love and hate
But you have a love for me that you so easily create
Chocolate! Chocolate!

Copyright 2013 Sylvia Lovina Chidi

Submitted: Monday, March 25, 2013
Edited: Monday, April 08, 2013

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