Poems About: CHOCOLATE
Poems on / about :
- carpe diem
349.Spring Time 'n Chocolate
Have you noticed the subtle changes
Lately along the roadway?
Color is popping out now
A little more every single day read more »Marilyn Lott
can we meet at night
by the pool at the taj mahal?
if you bring the chocolates
i'll bring the bouquet read more »Andrew JansBrown
351.What are the twenty most beautiful things in the world?
A young woman who is trim, yet virtuous.
The eye of a duck that’s looking at you.
Still water beside a beach
Roses that haven’t begun to open. read more »Charlotte Ballard
352.(080) Easter Bunny Thief
I have flat feet and a puffy tail
my name is bun bun, I'm a little frail.
I ate my carrots but that's not enough,
I need some really good sweet stuff. read more »Melvina Germain
There is a McFlurry of Movement. A creamy white smooth swirl.
Dotted with broken biscuits. Broken. Broken up chocolate.
He came home looking like chocolate.
Brown and beautiful. read more »Matisse WalkdenBrown
354.On Valentine's Day
Some chocolates on Valentine,
and later on, a bit of wine.
A bunch of rare exotic flowers
to brighten up the evening hours. read more »Herbert Nehrlich
355.I Prefer the Pound
I remembered being married.
Now I am happily divorced.
I don't recall wishing this bliss.
Or when I preferred pound cake, read more »Lawrence S. Pertillar
356.No one should be alone on Valentines Day
A letter drops the flap shuts
Rip it open to check the remark
Can't take it it's driving me nuts
With love from a question mark read more »David Darbyshire
the problem with us is that when we open the computer and begin
to read poetry we cannot stop, we do not know when and where to stop
we get carried away like a paper boat on the river and we do not know
where we shall be taken read more »RIC S. BASTASA