Poems About: CHOCOLATE
Poems on / about :
- carpe diem
349.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
350.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
351.She Was A Part Of The Plan A Plant (Original 09 01 2009)
She was a part of the plan a plant
By the man a six year old doll
In a chocolate dropp that would
Preserve through September’s chill read more »Lee B. Mack
352.Banquet For Two
She did suggest he bring some fruits
and chocolates of course,
thin slices of the burpless cukes
and a fair pot of freshly cooked read more »Herbert Nehrlich
353.I Love To Love Rudi
Laughing, eating, drinking and enjoying,
Rudi ran off from the conference to be
with me tonight, he knows I can’t sleep
when he’s not home, he doesn’t care for read more »Louise Tredoux
This can’t be the end it can’t be through
I loved you like a sister and now I’m feeling blue
Did this all stop when we realised we were too old for games
Or did it stop when we realised we were already tamed read more »Allesia Bridle
You know that?
Like chocolate on my tongue.
Bittersweet, read more »Luna Moon
356.Must Be A Dream
Who'dve thought, sitting beside you in the cold,
the lonely sky turning black while we drink hot chocolate,
tapping our feet to the music that bellows from the car in front,
occasionally getting up to dance and sing to our songs, read more »Rachel BaByBeAr Anderson
357.something_hells the Rock and Roll Mothercutters
I have a barber in Kingsley Course
Where Ageing Rockers Go
By Sweeny Tod he was trained
To cut hair as white as snow read more »JAMES ROBERTS