CHOCOLATE POEMS


In this page, poems on / about “chocolate” are listed.

  • 349.
    The Prelude

    Oh this Diet Coke is really good,
    though come to think of it it tastes
    like nothing plus the idea of chocolate, read more »

  • 350.
    Happy Easter (Acrostic Poetry)

    H is for, Happy Easter.
    A is for, Angels among us.
    P is for, Pretty flowers blooming.
    P is for, People going to church. read more »

  • 351.
    Chocolate Hills

    A young bird sat on tree branch,
    looks here and there,
    as if nothing to do
    Confused whether to scream read more »

  • 352.
    What Forest Gump Really Wanted to Say

    Lt. Dan…This here is my Jenny.
    She's a sluts.
    I like sluts Lt. Dan.
    There the only kind that will sleep with me. read more »

  • 353.
    Chocolat-[Cheryl's chocolate challenge]

    [The most tempting of all sweets becomes the key weapon in a battle of sensual pleasure versus disciplined self-denial in this comedy. In 1959, a mysterious woman named Vianne (Juliette Binoche) moves with her young daughter into a small French village, where much of the community's activities are dominated by the local Catholic church. A few days after settling into town, Vianne opens up a confectionery shop across the street from the house of worship - shortly after the beginning of Lent. While the townspeople are supposed to be abstaining from worldly pleasures, Vianne tempts them with unusual and delicious chocolate creations, using her expert touch to create just the right candy to break down each customer's resistance. With every passing day, more and more of Vianne's neighbors are succumbing to her sinfully delicious treats, but the Comte de Reynaud (Alfred Molina) , the town's mayor, is not the least bit amused; he is eager to see Vianne run out of town before she leads the town into a deeper level of temptation. Vianne, however, is not to be swayed, and with the help of another new arrival in town, a handsome Irish Gypsy named Roux (Johnny Depp) , she plans a 'Grand Festival of Chocolate, ' to be held on Easter Sunday. Based on the novel by Joanne Harris, Chocolat features a distinguished supporting cast, including Judi Dench, Lena Olin, Carrie-Anne Moss, Peter Stormare, Hugh O'Conor, and Leslie Caron. ~ Mark Deming, Rovi]-Wikipedia

    You dragged me to France
    That wonderful film read more »

  • 354.
    everyday life and chocolate

    Everyday life and Chocolate.

    A sweet shop in the middle of nowhere, I had bought a box of chocolate,
    but had no money, the owner took my sack of hay given to me by a farmer read more »

  • 355.
    * ChOco-laTe and ME

    Grounded cacao, roasted nuts
    sweetened and flavored without removing the fats,
    dark-brown in color, a beverage or confection
    made it hot or cold to any desired preparation. read more »

  • 356.
    Like My Grandmother's Chocolate Cheesecake

    When you can not
    See the forest through the trees,
    And you can not run
    Like Gump, read more »

  • 357.
    I Scream For Chocolate

    Do you recall going to the candy store?
    The shelves were filled with chocolates.
    One wonders, who they all are for. read more »

  • 358.
    Comforting Place

    You rush downstairs to the kitchen with excitement as the heart felt aroma of chocolate chip cookies seeps through every room in your house.
    So enamored and filled with relief that your anguishing wait is over, you cannot help but notice each cookie's golden brown, wrinkled crust glistening as steam whisps seductively around your nose drawing you near, as if in a trance. While rich chocolate oasises seep delicately into each cookie.
    And when they are finally cool enough to eat, you push and grab for the biggest chip, filled cookie on the rack and bite eagerly into the crust, but savoring every flavor.
    The texture, so soft and moist, melts like ice in a bowl luke warm water. But, as the last piece slips down your throat, the after taste is so overwhelming that you yearn for another, and another and another until you are satisfied. read more »

  • 359.
    Chocolate Carbonara

    Oh how I wish that you would walk
    away.
    And how I wish that you would go
    and leave me. read more »

  • 360.
    Coco days – Part 1 – Coco Days - Acrostic

    Calmly sitting here in the absence of sun,
    Over eating thick dark chocolate.
    Comparable to the kind beneath pretty colored foils,
    Often molded into sweet compelling images. read more »

New Chocolate Poems

  1. Milkshake!, Angela Wybrow
  2. Dark chocolate, MOHAMMAD SKATI
  3. PARTNERS IN CRIME, Terry Collett
  4. Booty a (haiku), Is It Poetry
  5. White Day, March 14 "Things You Do,.., Ronald Chapman
  6. Ode To Dark Chocolate (Korea Regional), Ronald Chapman
  7. Happy Easter (Acrostic Poetry), Ronald Chapman
  8. Chocolate, Ronald Chapman
  9. candy, laxami Cards
  10. Ten Fingered Mice, Edgar Albert Guest
  11. Chocolate Day, Jim Yerman
  12. The Prelude, Matthew Zapruder
  13. Acrostic: whimsical and childish, Afrodita Alkline
  14. You've Got To Love Candy Bars, Paula Glynn
  15. Chocolate and Rain, Sana Olivia Hernandez
  16. Woman wants no equality, Rm.Shanmugam Chettiar.
  17. Chocolate Chip Day, Jim Yerman
  18. A Daughter's Love, Eesha Syed
  19. A Box of Chocolates, Sana Olivia Hernandez
  20. chocolate, Katherine H. Belle
  21. Chocolate, Tanya Ivanova
  22. Afternoon Tea, Graeme Boast
  23. I Want!, Richard Webb
  24. Chocolate Chicken Curry, Angela Wybrow
  25. My Mauve Marshmellows, Eesha Syed
  26. Candy, Cassandra Jasmine
  27. Valentine's Present, maria sudibyo
  28. The whizz pop chocolate shop! ! ! ! ! ! .., Aoife Bridges
  29. Chocolate Box, Lonnie Hicks
  30. No More Chocolate, Xavier Paolo Josh Ledesma Ma ..
  31. Chocolate Cake, Franklina OwusuAnsah
  32. My Unapproved Love For Chocolate, Kazi Maisha
  33. Chocolate, riya misi
  34. Alien Panda Chocolate Warriors, Sara Dickson
  35. Champion's Choice!, Ramesh T A
  36. Gold Chocolate Coins, Vera Sidhwa
  37. Land of Banks and Watches, Irene Bitter
  38. A Mound, RoseAnn V. Shawiak
  39. Sweet, Vera Sidhwa
  40. Your Eyes, Ethan Ying
  41. Like chocolate, Anne Brooke
  42. Chocolates Senryu, Chenou Liu
  43. A Chocolate Dream, Yasmeen Khan
  44. Love', Rachel Wagoner
  45. Coffee With My Mother, Andrew Hamm
  46. Sitting In Paradise[REVISED], Margaret Alice Second
  47. Nut-ricious nutty poetry, S.zaynub Kamoonpuri
  48. Sweet're the Dreams, Tirupathi Chandrupatla
  49. James Bond, Ruth Walters
  50. Moisture, Samin Jan Kakar
  51. A Chocolate Nut (Free Style), Dorian Petersen Potter
  52. Chocolate Drop, Nora Pendaeli
  53. The Muffins from the Women's Center, Pankhuri Sinha
  54. Chocolates, Daleen Enslinstrydom
  55. Piñata, jerome moore
  56. Candy Dreamland, Amani AlSaddiq
  57. Demand Of Sir Asim!, Khoula Gohar
  58. Chocolate muffin, bruce butler
  59. Give Me A Kitkat Kitty, Paula Glynn
  60. But Let Me Return (REVISED), Margaret Alice Second
  61. Mum Do Rabbits Lay Easter Eggs....For ea.., Kaila George
  62. Chocolate! Chocolate!, Sylvia Chidi
  63. A Chocolate Kiss, Dilantha Gunawardana
  64. Chocolate, Marvin Brato Sr
  65. Chcolate, Marvin Brato Sr
  66. Chocolate Covered Feelings, RoseAnn V. Shawiak
  67. My Chocolate Day, Patricia Kelley
  68. Chocolat-[Cheryl's chocolate challenge], nimal dunuhinga
  69. Chocolate Day, Patricia Kelley
  70. Chocolate Magic, Marilyn Lott
  71. Chocolate Misanthropist, Busy Dsa
  72. Chocolate Love Affair, Philo Yan
  73. A Box of Chocolates, Eloida Capuno
  74. Chocolate, Suguna Prasad Kalvala
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