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Ode to Chocolate

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Ode to chocolate…
Your beauty speaks love,
Thine gooey sweet,

Will rot thy teeth,
Swiss chocolate makers work for thee,
Thine makes the mother loath thy treat,
Be oh so pleasing,
Good to eat.
They serve you ate weddings,
And fancy dines,
Without you the world shall not shine.
They dip pretzels in thee,
Strawberry delicacies,
Makes thine smore’s so good,
Not so polite.
Thee are brought by bunnies,
And men in big red pants,
Make the children dance and prance.
The mothers hate you on children’s cloths,
They scrub but cannot destroy,
Your brown delight.
Thine variety precious,
White or milk,
Or for lovers’ dark delight.
Though puts diabetics in dizzy coma’s,
And help children on tests,
And diplomas.
Though may be mocked,
by healthy treat,
but all knowest,
you they’d rather eat.
Oh chocolate brown,
And on swirly cakes,
Makes the cakes devoured,
Then be mourned.
Though make flavorless ice cream taste devine.
All though you add inches to my waist,
Thou shall not be thrown or waste.
We enjoy thee all too much,
Thine charm is the most amazing thing,
Often presented with a golden ring.
Though savest the world,
From stress and fight,
Give us all such delight.
Solve arguments,
With such ease.
For you I love,
For you I please,
If thine allow,
I must praise,
You complete,
My tired days.





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