Famous Short Candy Poems. Short Candy Poetry by Famous Poets
Famous Short Candy Poems. Short Candy Poetry by Famous Poets. A collection of the all-time best Candy short poems
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you're just a copy
of all the candy bars
I've ever eaten.
Handy Pandy, Jack-a-dandy,
Loves plum cake and sugar candy.
He bought some at a grocer's shop,
And out he came, hop, hop, hop!
When the shoe strings break
On both your shoes
And you're in a hurry-
That's the blues.
When you go to buy a candy bar
And you've lost the dime you had-
Slipped through a hole in your pocket somewhere-
That's the blues, too, and bad!
THIS section is a Christmas tree:
Loaded with pretty toys for you.
Behold the blocks, the Noah's arks,
The popguns painted red and blue.
No solemn pine-cone forest-fruit,
But silver horns and candy sacks
And many little tinsel hearts
And cherubs pink, and jumping-jacks.
For every child a gift, I hope.
The doll upon the topmost bough
Is mine. But all the rest are yours.
And I will light the candles now.
here I am
in the ground
I can't even say
the dogs run by and stop and piss
on my stone; I get it all
except the sun
and my suit is looking
the last of my left
very little left, all harp-like
at least a drunk
in bed with a cigarette
might cause 5 fire
but p.s. -- Hector Richmond in the next
tomb thinks only of Mozart and candy