Chocolate Poems - Poems For Chocolate

Poems about chocolate. You can read the best chocolate poems. Browse through all chocolate poems.


In this page, poem about chocolate are listed.
  • 1.
    Chocolate Cake

    I love chocolate cake.
    And when I was a boy
    I loved it even more.

    Sometimes we used to have it for tea
    and Mum used to say,
    'If there's any left over
    you can have it to take to school
    tomorrow to have at playtime.'
    And the next day I would take it to school
    wrapped up in tin foil
    open it up at playtime
    and sit in the corner of the playground
    eating it,
    you know how the icing on top
    is all shiny and it cracks as you
    bite into it,
    and there's that other kind of icing in
    the middle
    and it sticks to your hands and you
    can lick your fingers
    and lick your lips
    oh it's lovely.
    yeah.

    Anyway,
    once we had this chocolate cake for tea
    and later I went to bed
    but while I was in bed
    I found myself waking up
    licking my lips
    and smiling.
    I woke up proper.
    'The chocolate cake.'
    It was the first thing
    1 thought of.

    I could almost see it
    so I thought,
    what if I go downstairs
    and have a little nibble, yeah?

    It was all dark
    everyone was in bed
    so it must have been really late
    but I got out of bed,
    crept out of the door

    there's always a creaky floorboard, isn't there?

    Past Mum and Dad's room,
    careful not to tread on bits of broken toys
    or bits of Lego
    you know what it's like treading on Lego
    with your bare feet,

    yowwww
    shhhhhhh

    downstairs
    into the kitchen
    open the cupboard
    and there it is
    all shining.

    So I take it out of the cupboard
    put it on the table
    and I see that
    there's a few crumbs lying about on the plate,
    so I lick my finger and run my finger all over the crumbs
    scooping them up
    and put them into my mouth.

    oooooooommmmmmmmm

    nice.

    Then
    I look again
    and on one side where it's been cut,
    it's all crumbly.

    So I take a knife
    I think I'll just tidy that up a bit,
    cut off the crumbly bits
    scoop them all up
    and into the mouth

    oooooommm mmmm
    nice.

    Look at the cake again.

    That looks a bit funny now,
    one side doesn't match the other
    I'll just even it up a bit, eh?

    Take the knife
    and slice.
    This time the knife makes a little cracky noise
    as it goes through that hard icing on top.

    A whole slice this time,

    into the mouth.

    Oh the icing on top
    and the icing in the middle
    ohhhhhh oooo mmmmmm.

    But now
    I can't stop myself
    Knife -
    1 just take any old slice at it
    and I've got this great big chunk
    and I'm cramming it in
    what a greedy pig
    but it's so nice,

    and there's another
    and another and I'm squealing and I'm smacking my lips
    and I'm stuffing myself with it
    and
    before I know
    I've eaten the lot.
    The whole lot.

    I look at the plate.
    It's all gone.

    Oh no
    they're bound to notice, aren't they,
    a whole chocolate cake doesn't just disappear
    does it?

    What shall 1 do?

    I know. I'll wash the plate up,
    and the knife

    and put them away and maybe no one
    will notice, eh?

    So I do that
    and creep creep creep
    back to bed
    into bed
    doze off
    licking my lips
    with a lovely feeling in my belly.
    Mmmmrnmmmmm.

    In the morning I get up,
    downstairs,
    have breakfast,
    Mum's saying,
    'Have you got your dinner money?'
    and I say,
    'Yes.'
    'And don't forget to take some chocolate cake with you.'
    I stopped breathing.

    'What's the matter,' she says,
    'you normally jump at chocolate cake?'

    I'm still not breathing,
    and she's looking at me very closely now.

    She's looking at me just below my mouth.
    'What's that?' she says.
    'What's what?' I say.

    'What's that there?'
    'Where?'
    'There,' she says, pointing at my chin.
    'I don't know,' I say.
    'It looks like chocolate,' she says.
    'It's not chocolate is it?'
    No answer.
    'Is it?'
    'I don't know.'
    She goes to the cupboard
    looks in, up, top, middle, bottom,
    turns back to me.
    'It's gone.
    It's gone.
    You haven't eaten it, have you?'
    'I don't know.'
    'You don't know. You don't know if you've eaten a whole
    chocolate cake or not?
    When? When did you eat it?'

    So I told her,

    and she said
    well what could she say?
    'That's the last time I give you any cake to take
    to school.
    Now go. Get out
    no wait
    not before you've washed your dirty sticky face.'
    I went upstairs
    looked in the mirror
    and there it was,
    just below my mouth,
    a chocolate smudge.
    The give-away.
    Maybe she'll forget about it by next week. read more »

  • 2.
    The Sugar-Plum Tree

    Have you ever heard of the Sugar-Plum Tree?
    'T is a marvel of great renown!
    It blooms on the shore of the Lollipop sea
    In the garden of Shut-Eye Town; read more »

  • 3.
    Chocolate

    Velvet fruit, exquisite square
    I hold up to sniff
    between finger and thumb - read more »

  • 4.
    Chocolates

    Once some people were visiting Chekhov.
    While they made remarks about his genius
    the Master fidgeted. Finally read more »

  • 5.
    Chocolate and Vanilla, Nice Dream

    A beautiful Sunday afternoon
    Amid the estival breeze of a silent moon
    You and I did enjoy a few scoops
    Of our favorite dessert; oops, oops read more »

  • 6.
    Adorable chocolate...

    Adorable chocolate... read more »

  • 7.
    Dark Chocolate

    Wrapped in shinny wrappers,
    golden, red, silver and brown,
    chocolate, the king of sweets,
    everyone's favorite treat, read more »

  • 8.
    chocolate

    Chocolate is funny
    chocolate is fun
    you can spread it on your body
    you can lick it with your tongue read more »

  • 9.
    *I Know What You’ve Been Doing’

    Nanna’s charge little Shirley all but four
    Grabbed the chocolate and closed the door,
    On her face round her mouth, sticky dress
    Melted chocolate what a mess! read more »

  • 10.
    **Land of chocolate **

    I took a walk out of the ordinary today
    i didn't work, rest, nor did i play
    i walked out my front door with a wish
    a wish that i could walk to a chocolate land read more »

  • 11.
    ' ' ' ' ' ' CHOC FULL OF LOVE(Tanka)

    ah the poetry of
    chocolate and a warm body
    both of them melting
    at the tip of a hot tongue read more »

  • 12.
    Chocolate-Chocolate

    Chocolate chocolate
    Ah' what a delight
    You know you want it, right?
    Go on, have a bite! read more »

New Chocolate Poems

  1. I Wish I Were A Chocolatier, Angela Wybrow
  2. Chocolate, Ronald Chapman
  3. Chocolate Day, Jim Yerman
  4. You've Got To Love Candy Bars, Paula Glynn
  5. Chocolate Chip Day, Jim Yerman
  6. Chocolate Chicken Curry, Angela Wybrow
  7. Candy, Cassandra Jasmine
  8. Chocolate Cake, Franklina OwusuAnsah
  9. My Unapproved Love For Chocolate, Kazi Maisha
  10. Gold Chocolate Coins, Vera Sidhwa
  11. Sweet, Vera Sidhwa
  12. A Chocolate Dream, Yasmeen Khan
  13. James Bond, Ruth Walters
  14. Chocolates, Daleen Enslinstrydom
  15. Chocolate! Chocolate!, Sylvia Chidi
  16. My Chocolate Day, Patricia Kelley
  17. Chocolate Day, Patricia Kelley
  18. Four boys, gajanan mishra
  19. Festival Haiku - Paris Chocolate Show 2012, john tiong chunghoo
  20. Chocolate Is A Food Group, Rich Reitz
  21. My Chocolate Brown, Urshula Davis
  22. O Chocolate, My Chocolate!, Melpomene's Tears
  23. Sexual Category With Taste Of Chocolate, Ezna Stephna
  24. Happy Birthday!, Philo Yan
  25. Chocolates, Richie John Pais
  26. Chocolate, Katheryn Foley
  27. Chocolate, Kourtney Silver
  28. Chocolate Day, ramesh rai
  29. Chocolate Soul, Natasha McGee
  30. Chocolate Kisses, Heather Iverson
  31. HANDS ALL OVER, Aldo Kraas
  32. Bury Me With Chocolates, Raynette Eitel
  33. Cup of mocha, O Sudhir Janardhanan
  34. Icecream, MORGAN DIETZ
  35. My Chocolate Love Affair!, Lana Grissom
  36. Chocolates, Sunshine Poet
  37. Chocolate Cake, Sherbanu Molu
  38. Chocolate!, anju addanki
  39. CHOCOLATE, Sedart Namow
  40. I Love Chocolate, Nichole Kaci McKnight
  41. A Temptation For Us All, Nichole Kaci McKnight
  42. Is it over, Priscilla Brown
  43. OUT OF SIGHT, Aldo Kraas
  44. choclate of mine, estif Gebru
  45. Chocolate, Hans Ostrom
  46. My choclate, Luwi Habte
  47. Chocolate, Lydia Etzler
  48. It’s all about the Chocolate!, Marilyn Lott
  49. 301, RIC S. BASTASA
  50. For the Love of Chocolate, Dee Daffodil
  51. DreamDiet, Ted L Glines
  52. Wrapped In Chocolate, Ms. Anika Martinez
  53. Chocolate, kaavyaa kriday
  54. The Dark Temptation, Hansika Subramanian
  55. chocolate milk, chocolate syrup, chocola.., drew bailey golden
  56. Chocolate, Ross Bateman
  57. My Substitute, Tia Maria
  58. Eternity Of Passion, Bonnie Collins
  59. .5. Chocolate, David Threadgold
  60. Chocolate for Lovers, sherif monem
  61. love is a box of chocolates, keelie morgan
  62. genga i love yo forever more, stacey finley
  63. Chocolate Cake, Hannah Unknownnnnnn
  64. chocolates, RIC S. BASTASA
  65. lovely chocolate, shina lala
  66. chocolate tart XD, amy child
  67. A Chocolate Valentine, Charles Garcia
  68. 2008 American Presidential Election Poem.., john tiong chunghoo
  69. Chocolate Whispers..., Jay AndersonTaylor
  70. All That's Left, Wesley Gibbings
  71. Chocolate cake, Dana Georgekish
  72. IT IS TOO MUCH OF A TEMPTATION, Aldo Kraas
  73. Chocolate Love, RAVIKIRAN ARAKKAL
  74. Give Me A Chocolate Heart, Phoenix Rory
[Hata Bildir]