Ice Cream - Poem by Gerry Legister
In the hive of events and concessions,
Ice cream combines with our daily indulgence,
At fetes and fairs and lardy wedding exhibitions,
Churned rich cream is mixed with the service.
Rum and raisins even fruit and nutty pistachio,
Folding finish soft texture ingredients ends dizzily,
Your experience can find young generations aglow
Consuming lashes of breathtaking quality.
Luxury pieces and crunchier toffee chunks melting,
In the parlor, desires tore through our passion,
And we like nothing better than the great enriching
We get when it comes from eating ice cream.
The perfect taste softens the temperature
Fondant cream and sugar spectrum infuse the flavor.
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