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Two Bars Of Candy by Evans, Richard
Dancing Eye Candy by Ashley, Susan
candy bar by hansen, jan oskar
Pink Cotton Candy Clouds by Golden, Gregory
Candy-Coated Memories by Emery, Judy
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Sweet Sugar Cookies and Peanut Butter Bars

"I dream of Candy!"

Sweet cakes and peanut butter squares 
A living diabetic's nightmare. --  My heart 
sings to the beat, Under the Neutron Star Crunch
Sweet sugar cookies and peanut butter bars

Taunting whoopers, 
Dancing dum dum's, 
The sweetest silhouette show - in my room
Dreamy, Creamy Cupcakes in the afternoon
Cinnamon Cheerios cascade on my spoon
Sweeter than my sweet tooth
Now and later - a forever honeymoon

Jigglin' my jelly belly boo berry Butterfinger delight
I'm in love, licking the icy ICEE  all night long
Extra freshness, once I crop a top off of a mountain dew pop
My eyes sparkle like diamond dazzle razzles in the sky
i LIVE to fabricate my very own sugar extract R.E.M. Sleep
Savoring the sound of saliva trapped in my mouth
THIS night  -   ovulated buds   -  wait to feast!
Enjoying a delicious dulce music sleepy symphony

Braggin' and embracin' a pinata pillow escapade
Enchanted by a cotton candy crave - calling my name

Lalaloopsy licorice and lemonade tea
The best-wet dream I've ever seen
Marshmallows of solitude dulcify every fresh fantasy
Enticing in a bright slushy skittles daydream freeze

One fat sunny bowl of cereals and cane
Crackerjack spell ---  chocolate chip swirls, 
Caramel lumps constipate the brain
Sizing - peanuts and in a popcorn party payday
Wrigley's wild winter Spearmint Breath parade
Give me, give me, some Gummy bear Dessert  
---------"Another Fruit Ninja hair DAY!"
Watermelon Taffy stuck on the top of my gums
Swallowing the whiteness in a whistle pop bar
I FELL LIKE A SWEET SUGAR STAR!!!

Glaze of glory erupts deep down my throat 24/7
Bubblicious, mint twist, Sunkist the best Twizzler breakfast
Yummy in my twinkie tummy, drooling over frosted flakes 
One more strawberry smoothie 44 oz cup   
Counting each and every Pez popping'' up
Goodnight light, 
It's time to get lost under the midnight moon pie sky
SELF- Huggin'' and snugglin'' to a new sugar rush high

:-D


Copyright © Poet Destroyer A | Year Posted 2015

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Chocolate Fountain

Chocolate Fountain Abuse- for the lover 

How easily I forget I'm allergic to chocolate
I want to dip the exquisite kosher in a Spanish brandy
Sweet, sweet, cavity tarnish boxes of chocolate

At a store window; a dried up chocolate fantasy goblet
A taste of spoiled milk, nothing dandy with this candy
How easily I forgot I was allergic to chocolate

Snickers Bar, melting under the spotlight for-profit
Not edible, waging unassertive words like a pansy
Sweet, sweet, cavity tarnish boxes of chocolate

Chocolate pop, a candy bar coming out of the closet
There was not much bandy, about this candy
It's easy to forgot I'm allergic to chocolate

Stubby nuts, stomachache, bucket of vomit
Butterflies, flipping when I hear a faucet of cocoa candy
Sweet, sweet, cavity tarnish boxes of chocolate

Enrobed with small nuts, it dwells under the pocket
Caramel and peanuts American walnut vigilante
How easily I forgot I was allergic to chocolate
Sweet, sweet, cavity tarnish boxes of chocolate

~?~
7/10/14


Copyright © SKAT A | Year Posted 2014



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Time Machine

Ride with me on my time machine to a different time and place
Return with me and let me see if I can put a smile upon your face
To the days of AM radio and the TV was black and white
To lying in a grassy field and counting stars at night
Popcorn and soda in the balcony at a Saturday matinee
Parades led by the High School Band on Decoration Day
Dressing up and going door to door on the night of Halloween
Cigarettes rolled in your shirt, pretending to be James Dean
Pep rallies before the football games, everybody stand and cheer
Going in the woods with your friends at night, sharing a quart of beer
That feeling inside, turning red, when she smiled at you at the dance
Wanting to kiss her goodnight, but you were afraid to take a chance
Playing chase tag at night in the neighborhood, hiding behind a tree
Holding hands with your first steady, so all your friends could see
Medicine Show at the end of town in a giant canvas tent
Saving pennies for a rainy day, fasting on candy for Lent
Going for a Sunday ride with Mom and Dad in the family car
Playing in the yard at night, putting lightning bugs in a jar
Drag racing on that long stretch of road, Chevy was hard to beat
Stealing peaches from a neighbor’s tree, always seemed so sweet
Riding bikes all over town, never knowing the meaning of fear
Identifying cars by their tail lights, make and model and year
News and Stooges at the theatre before the movie starts
Valentine’s day I love you written on tiny candy hearts
Easter bonnets and picking flowers for Mom on Mother’s Day
Opening day at the community pool the last weekend in May
Sock hop in the auditorium, collar up, trying to play it cool
Meeting friends at the usual place, everyday after school
Six for a quarter on the juke box, music that would move your soul
Return with me now to those glory days and the birth of rock and roll.


Copyright © Vince Suzadail Jr. | Year Posted 2009

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Coconut Kisses and Peppermint Streams

This is written in acknowledgement to the lovely sweet men and wonderful Poets on Poetry Soup who have supported and encouraged me since I first joined. PSST! I’m certain they all have a sweet-tooth.

Demetrius Trifiatis, Paul Callus, Victor Buhagiar, Chris Green, Peter Duggan and Darren White, Robert Lindley and George V - A big thank you to all you fine Poets. 

I wade to you through peppermint streams While thoughts of sugar plums dance in my head And when on land I mark my way With bright colored jelly beans of green and red There are lollipop signs with delicious swirls Atop red and white posts like candy canes With delectable names like Chocolate Fudge Mews Caramel Road and Honey Dew Lanes Sweet Avenues and Streets - a mouth-watering choice This yellow brick road looks so like Honey comb Oh did you tell me to turn right or left? Might take a bit longer to get to your home! These bushes of delicious coconut cream kisses And lolly golly bliss bombs ever so blue Might tarry a bit while I sample these sweet treats Don’t mind if I do - You won’t mind if I do? Luscious flowers on that tree just like fairy floss Oh my! Now this I cannot resist Just another mouthful for along the way Then lunch at 12 - you did insist The ginger bread house that’s just up ahead With a sweet fence surround like licorice twists Its then that I see you waving to me With a large box of chocolates - Oh what bliss!!
By The Glasser Sound Orchestra - Sugar Sugar POTD 15th June 2017


Copyright © Maria Williams | Year Posted 2017

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Ode to Chocolate-COLLABORATION

To chocolate I pay my respects
Some folks say its better than sex
whether milk dark or white
Ev’ry bar I must bite
or I'll get a lack of choccy complex

I NEED chocolate it’s an unwritten rule
I'm a woman not a blithering fool
Give me a constant supply
On days that end with a Y
when choc’s smeared round my mouth it looks cool

BY JAN ALLISON

Most women love something that’s sweet
And chocolate it cannot be beat
Deny them and they’ll pout
Choc is all they think about
Many men think it's all that they'll eat.

BY DALE GREGORY COZART

She lustingly said to bring some to her room
off went my trousers in a vertical zoom
I gazed in her eyes
but to my surprise
I gave her the chocolate she gave me a broom

BY TIM SMITH

Give me the chocolate and forget the sex
But please don't send it through Fed Ex
It'll melt in the summer
And that's a real bummer
Now that's a problem to vex and perplex

BY LIN LANE

Chocolates make me feel great
I forget the part about weight
If I was a tad thinner
Would think chocolate ideal for dinner
Will settle for sex after eight

BY SEREN ROBERTS

Chocolate is all that she wishes
She loves anything that Swiss is
I brought her a box
She quick changed the locks
Guess I’ll just go sleep with the Mrs.

BY DEAN WOOD

One woman with sweet loving lips
ate nothing but dark chocolate chips.
Her husband's retort?
"To enter her port
is like docking between two battleships!"

BY LIM'RICK FLATS


Copyright © Dale Gregory Cozart | Year Posted 2017

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The Candy Store

The little girl stood outside the candy store
Pressing her nose against the window
Her lips wet 
Trying hard to swallow
What the sight of those candies 
Produced in abundance in her mouth...
The liquid anticipation of taste

It had been a long time 
Since a candy 
Had slowly dissolved
On her playful tongue
Oh, the bliss 
Yet she knew….
She could not have one

She looked longing at one particular kind
Her friend had given her just a lick of
Oh…it was so divine
She wanted one…all to herself
Not to share with anyone
To savor…..alone
To savor…long
Tasting every single flavor
That would burst on her tongue
How she wanted it
To fill her mouth with sticky sweetness
To help her forget
The bitterness of her days and nights
A little tear trickled down her cheek

Slowly she pulled herself away
And trudged on past the candy store
Perhaps, she was just not meant
To have certain treats
She smiled through her tears
As she kicked a stone aside
Now that she had seen it
At least she could dream
Of floating away
On sugary cotton candy clouds
Of wispy pink
Savoring in her mouth 
the glorious sweetness
Of her forbidden treat

Eileen Manassian Ghali


Copyright © Eileen Manassian | Year Posted 2013

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The Dog Days of Summer

We let down the top to soak in the sun
Now that the harshness of winter is done

As you let back the seat and put your feet on the dash
Saying, “keep your eyes on the road I don’t want to crash”

I truly must admit that I’m torn completely in two 
The coast has its beauty, then again so do you

As the beauty of the Sun is absorbed by your skin
Like a kid at the candy store I simply want to dig in

If life is a candy store sweetheart you are the treat
All the other candy I tasted, never tasted so sweet

The reason I love summer is because of the heat
The skimpier the bikini, the greater the treat 

I can’t begin to express how wonderful you are
Saying, “hey take a look at her I’ll steer the car”

At first I truly had no idea what I should say?
Though now it’s, “ok sweetheart, have it your way”

I think that is because you know these words are true
I may take look at her but I shall forever belong to you

Summer is a time that is as bright as the sun
Out goes the cold as it’s replaced by the fun

We have our barbecues and sit under the stars
Let down the tops and go for rides in our cars

Go tend to our gardens in farmer John clothes
Truly amazed at how fast everything grows

Go hang out at the river as well as the lake
Cover ourselves in oil than let our skin bake

Embrace the moments because these words are true
The days last much longer and the sky is so blue

The dog days of summer I reckon that’s so
We bark and howl at folk we don’t even know

If life is banquet then summer is the feast
I think we should gobble it up, to say the least


Written for john's Summer contest.


Copyright © Michael Jordan | Year Posted 2009

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Poetry is a Risky Business

Poetry is a Risky Business

The Recipe for Poetry

Open stereo
Turn volume medium high
Poor 3 shots of whiskey
Add 2 bottles of wine
Open 1 bag of chips
Add one box of Oreos
Listen to Alice Cooper
Then Abba
Then Dance of the knights
Then listen to all 3 at the same time
Stick pins into the doll of your ex
For added drama add some ketchup
Open up 2 brands of cheese
Because that shows some class that you have 2 types on hand
Do this
Before opening second bottle of wine
This way you’re not an alcoholic
Turn on some Paul McCartney and Uriah Heep
During moments the stereo is on high volume
Sing along
Down to the skivvies it is, if you have a hockey stick
A little air guitar for some added inspiration
Cut up some Edgar Allen Poe poems
To put between the Oreos and cheese
Eat till the feeling of darkness overcomes you
Let your thoughts simmer 5 hours
Voila done


When you wake up
You should have 1 or 2 poems facing you




Copyright © arthur vaso | Year Posted 2015

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Adult Content : Then I Do It

This recently happened to me. I didn’t recover very well from it. I just sat there naked, embarrassed, while while my partner got dressed and walked out on me. She was shaking her head in disbelief on the way out. Here is what happened. We are in the throes of mad passionate love making. I am twisted up like a pretzel with my tongue here, my fingers there, really excited, in fact my you know what was harder than Chinese mathematics. I mean my tongue is doing a Spanish Tango my fingers the Watusi my center an African Tribal Dance and when I say African Tribal Dance I mean my ass is shaking like a belly dancer with a vibrator up her ass. I could hear that sharp female voice yelling like a soprano in an Italian Opera and she’s yelling too but with that deep voice of hers like a banshee out of hell. Oh no, oh no, oh yes oh yes, oh oh oh oh... then suddenly like fireworks on the fourth of July boom...boom, boom, boom, boom... she goes. Then I do it at the peak of orgasm I do it. I really blow it. No pun intended. Instead of... I mean we've all done it... instead of saying her name At the peak of orgasm I yell out my own name! 09~11~2014 Knuckle Head Yvonne


Copyright © Maurice Yvonne | Year Posted 2014

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Andy's Candy Store

I am Andy; I love candy. I sell candy too. Come and see the many candies that I have for you. You can buy some chocolate in boxes or in bars. Snickers is the very best. Here is one from Mars! You can buy a Baby Ruth or a Milky Way. Try a Pay Day. Here’s a Kit Kat and some Toffifay. Don’t forget Three Musketeers, GooGoo Clusters, and Rocky Road, Butterfingers, and 100 Grand. You might like some Hershey kisses or a Nestles Crunch. Buy some chocolate for your breakfast. Buy some for your lunch. Try Mallow Cups and Almond Joy, and if you’ve got the blues, buy Toblerone or Milk Duds or famous Charleston Chews. Everyone loves M & M’s and Reece’s Pieces too. I am sure I’ve got the perfect chocolate here for you! Here is one that has a malted middle. It’s called Whopper. Jawbreakers are hard to bite. Have you tried Gobstopper? Get some Dots or Junior Mints, Rolos or Big Cherry. Get Goobers for your brother and Nerds for guys named Barry. Get Airheads for your sister and Bull’s Eye for your dame. If you know a Mary Jane, one candy’s got HER name. Many candies come in different flavors. You might like Skittles, Laffy Taffy, famous Mike & Ike, Jelly Bellies, Sour Patch Kids, Sweethearts, and Starburst. Drink them down with juice-filled Nik-L-Nips to quench your thirst! Here are Smarties for your parties, and if you desire, you can buy some Red Hots and feel your mouth on fire! Bottle Caps taste just like pop; root beer ones are yummy. And of course, I’ve got some Bears and squiggly Worms, both Gummy. Some Bit o’ Honey for your money? Everybody licks Sugar Daddys, Tootsie Pops and powdered Pixie Stix. I love Zotz with tangy burst and Pez’s cartoon head. Pop each Pez while on your couch or when you’re tucked in bed! I’ve got Jolly Ranchers, even Candy cigarettes, Razzles, Spree, Circus Peanuts, Chiko- Sticks and let’s not forget exploding Pop Rocks and my Swedish Fish! Try out Necco Wafers and my favorite: LICORICE. You can have it Good n’ Plenty or as a Red Vine. Eat Black Whips or Twizzlers. Any Flavor is divine. I am Andy. I love candy. Who could want for more? Any candy that you want, you’ll find it in my store! (I got carried away and decided to do a tribute to all the many candies I have adored or heard about through my lifetime! Don't know if the poem ended up being much like Dr. Seuss, but I sure enjoyed the inspiration. Wouldn't it be fantastic if we could have a huge store that sold all the candies of our world!?) For Gwen's Dr. Seuss Contest


Copyright © Andrea Dietrich | Year Posted 2012

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You, Me, and Candy

Love is the essence.

Your presence is flavor.

I'll savor you "Now and Later."

Your sweetness is one,

of many candies,

not just good night pillow mint "Andes."
 
I'm a "sucker" for you,

like an "Everlasting Gobstopper," forever true.

Even if there's "Mounds" on the "Rocky Road,"

we'll "Crunch" it out and keep our oath.

You gave me a "Ring Pop" and I said, "I do."

You're forever my "Sweettart" and I love you.

 
 
You know I'm shy, but a great romancer.

"Red Rope" me in, like a "Jolly Rancher."

Let's make it "Good and Plenty,"

as true love's meant to be.

We'll start with "Hershey's Hugs,"

then we'll twist into "Kisses."

Doesn't that sound delicious?

I'll lick your "Necco,"

as you tickle my ears.

My "Snickers" are so hard,

I'm brought to tears.

I'll "Rollo"-ver and purr like a "KitKat"

while you tenderly rub my back.

"Mr. Goodbar," you're way above par.

You make relaxing easy, 

like bendy "Laffy Taffy."

You give me "Red Hots" with your fingertips.

""M"mm "&" "M"mm," are upon my lips.

Take me to "Mars," in the "Milky Way,"

Take me anywhere, as long as you stay.

Call me "Baby Ruth," or whatever you please.

Call me your girl, or a playful tease.

You're a little nutty, my funny "Almond Joy."

When it's "Reece's," I'll play with your toy.

You're not so shabby, fancy "Sugar Daddy."

We'd make great "Sugar Babies."

Maybe with lots of practice,

we might have "Twix."

We'll name them "Mike & Ike,"

or something we both like.

You're such a "Big Hunk,"

and I love "Whoppers."

Let's make this night one of many non-stoppers.




(Candy names were originally in bold instead of quotations, but it didn't transfer over 
correctly.)

 



Copyright © Juliet Ligon | Year Posted 2013

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CHOCOLATE MONSTER - FOR CONTEST

There is a chocolate monster It’s lurking around my house Hiding here and hiding there He’s as quiet as a mouse The cake and cookies soon disappear They vanish as if by magic It is something I mustn’t fear My depleted cupboards look so tragic The Haribo sweets were sadly depleted When I opened the kitchen drawer Only ten left in the bag, oh I feel defeated! Oh this monster is beyond the law But I will miss my monster for soon he will leave Back off to university he will go And I will be sad and my shoulders will heave So I must simply go with the flow In a few weeks time my sweets will remain For my son will be oh so far away I’ll be wishing that he were back here again Candy will be here when he returns one day 09~27~15 My Monster Contest Sponsored By Anthony Slausen


Copyright © JAN ALLISON | Year Posted 2015

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Marshmallow Minions



Minions are so mischievous
          but can be oh so sweet. 

Three left in my son’s Easter basket     
             could be a tasty treat.

Yellow covered marshmallows
         with beady chocolate eyes
dipped in sugar sprinkles -
           a sugar-rush surprise!

One gave me a stomach ache,
     one gave a cavity,
           the other tickled till I cried.

                They're cuter on TV!    


For Silent One's Minions Contest, 2/24/16


Copyright © Rhonda Johnson-Saunders | Year Posted 2016

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Stone and Marshmallow Castles

Brick upon each brick I build
As I stack heavy stones one by one
Sweat and tears, love and fears
To create an earthly castle under the sun.

Damages by hurtful weather come,
Ravages against a fortress that was strong
With scrapped knees and promised pleas,
I feel defeated, do you hear my song

My sweet so sweet, little girl
With marshmallows, I will form
A castle complete, where we can meet
I wish to protect you from the storm

Like a father, you take my hand
Guiding me to our castle in the sky
No longer bound, to earth by stone
The world less daunting from on high

Look at the earth far down below
Above we're illuminated by the sun
The best part is your princess smile
 You open the drawbridge for everyone

With open arms you greet each child
Joy everlasting awaits each one
Within this castle, where the angels meet,
Built with love and warmed by the sun


A collaboration with Casarah Nance.
Thanks for inviting me to write, it was a pleasure.

Written August 7, 2015
By: Casarah Nance & Richard Lamoureux

For Shadow Hamilton's "Partner up" contest.


Copyright © Richard Lamoureux | Year Posted 2015

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Two Lenses


Marshmallows, when I was a kid
I'd eat a whole bag, and I did
I felt like a winner
but ruined my dinner
and hid when my mum flipped her lid.

When I see those things now, white and pink
I  look at those sweeties and think
my God, they were sickly
I'd turn pale so quickly
and then I'd throw up in the sink.

176th Feb 2016

For contest 'Two lenses', sponsor Sara kendrick


Copyright © Viv Wigley | Year Posted 2016

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The Last Red Balloon

Dad can I have that big red balloon?
There's only one left, and he'll sell it soon
It's not like a goldfish, it won't have to be fed
or that pink candy floss, which sticks to my head

Dad can I have that big red balloon?
I won't ask for anything else 'till next June
Not even a ride on the ghost train today
A balloon would be better in every way

Dad can I have that big red balloon?
Don't want to fly in a ship to the moon
Dodging green men as we whizz on the way
I'd probably be sick for the rest of the day

Dad can I have that big red balloon?
Yes my boy, I'll buy you that balloon
I'm not a mean man I just wanted to know
that you really want it, come on let's go

Son here you go, a big red balloon
your hearts great desire fulfilled before noon
We've gone to the fair, we'll have such fun
With you and your balloon out in the sun

Dad, can I have some pink candy floss?





Copyright © Nick Bagnall | Year Posted 2012

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I'VE FOUND LIFE ON MARS

I picked up a lovely sweet treat Unwrapped it, was ready to eat Much to my chagrin A grub was within I chucked it and stamped with my feet 10th May 2016


Copyright © JAN ALLISON | Year Posted 2016

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Kids: Funny, Poor, And Sweet

Kids: Funny, Poor, And Sweet

We loved the lollipops, cracker jacks, Holloway candy sticks                           We adorned the chocolate coated ice cream bars,                                         and the tootsie rolls.
We simply could not get enough of the pop sickles,                                      cool aids, and soda pops. We sang a love song saying,                                “Ice cream, soda water, cream on top,                                                             tell me the name of your sweet heart”.                                                             We had the best tasting cookies and cigarette candies                                that eyes had ever seen. We were just poor kids                                              in America’s poorest state; but no kids were sweeter than us.                      We were hot as fire;we were hassled and harassed by humidity                   and drops of sweat but we were sweet.

Life was hard in my little Mississippi delta town;                                           But somewhere between hard work and chores;                                       between feeding the chickens and the cows;                               
between feeding the goats and the hogs;                                                  between watching TV and doing home work;
between the sun ups and the sun downs;                                                        and between the dawn and the dust;                                                 

Yes, in between, we found time to play.
Most times we were okay, didn’t go astray,                                                     and had lots of fun in the barns, playing in the hay.

We rolled rubber tires like driving fast cars;                                                    laughed out loud as we sucked whining balls.
Money was always lacking, but we did our share                                               of licking, chewing, and sucking the sweet stuff

We bought a lot for the few pennies,                                                         nickels, and dimes that we had.
We could buy our treats cheap back then.                                                        So we did our best to stay sweet,                                                             chewing bubble gum filled with sugar.

We didn’t have a care, and learned how to share;                                            and the sweet stuff was always there.013008


Copyright © curtis johnson | Year Posted 2015

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CHOCOLATES

Chocolates at Christmas, carefully I choose a caramel coated in calorific candy. Could I eat another … choice of coconut or creamy coffee truffle. Pleiades C Poetry Contest Sponsored by Kim Merryman Checked with how many syllables 08~23~16


Copyright © JAN ALLISON | Year Posted 2016

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Midnight Milkshake

Sunset cooks with jelly bean colors,
powdering Earth with burnt sugar.

A bittersweet butter cream cresent 
chip rises crusty from the dough of dusk.

Out pops lollipop moon swaying over
sights of Nature's sweet delights.

Cotton candy clouds sweep over
caramel trees and candied leaves.

Pink pastry landscape thickens into 
a sky pie to cover and bake young moon.

In licorice evening, sugar stars shimmer
against this chewy and tangy texture.

Planets glisten as nocturnal nuts in
the peanut clustered galaxy.

Full blood moon toasts as the cherry
sitting atop the sundae of darkness. 

Moonlight drips like melting ice cream 
upon chocolate covered mountains. 

Time pulls on vanilla light like toffee,
transforming it from lunar stretches.

Waning moon disappears like toasted
marshmallows into night's bite of s'mores.

Chantelle Anne Cooke 
August 14th 2007


Copyright © Chantelle Anne Cooke | Year Posted 2015

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Thief in the Night

I stocked up on  candy for Halloween night, 
Into the cupboard, it sat in plain sight
When Halloween came, I just about flipped!
I saw empty wrappings, the bags were all ripped!

The treats were all missing,...so back to the store
I bought several more, at least three bags or four.
Then back in my kitchen, I climbed on a chair
To hide them up high on a shelf that was bare...

Behind an old crock pot that HE never uses
But would you believe, he discovered my ruse?!!!
The big night arrived and much to my grief
The candy had been eaten by the Halloween thief!!!!

The door bell was ringing, trick-or-treaters had come
I ducked out the back door, and fast, did I run!!
Right back to the store, I flew like a witch...
The clerks heard me cursing, like a grouchy old b - - - -!

The store had no candy, sold out every piece
No Big Hunks, no Snickers, no Hersheys or Reese
I bought bags of apples....to give in disgrace
Every kid on the block had disgust on his face

The next Halloween, I'm not buying ahead
I'm a last minute shopper for the candy, instead..
And to all you folks, who buy treats in advance
My advice to you all, is don't take such a chance!


Next time you are caught under the Halloween charm
Keep all you candy, to set off alarms


------------    P.S.... (A Moral to the story, for an evening so gory).... 

                   He was licking his chops, while he had his sweet binge
                   But goblins were watching, ........and took their revenge....
                   That Halloween scrooge...Mr. Thief in the Night
                   He chipped his back molar, as he took that last bite!!





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Copyright © Carrie Richards | Year Posted 2008

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Candy Sweet

I'm in the candy store, and man, i feel like a little boy,
Wanting to taste everything, but i should settle for some Almond Joy,
But who can focus on one, when there's so much,
My body gets weak, at the slightest of touch,
Of some Baby Ruth,
Man I'm telling y'all the truth,
I have an unstoppable candy addiction,
Airheads on my skin, surely causing some friction,
My favorite type of gum, is some sour Bubbalicious,
Butterfingers in my mouth, God, it taste so delicious,
Cherry Pop, Candy Cane, and some Candy Lipstick,
Jawbreakers, Red Hots, which ones do i pick,
Milk Duds, Mike & Ike, or how about some Twix,
Sweet candy everywhere, cant resist those Pixy Stix,
Jelly Belly, Jelly Nougat, i love those Jelly Beans,
Put my mom on the phone, get me a candy machine,
'Cause when i taste just one, it makes me want so much more,
Its like an orgy in my mouth, it makes me roll wild on the floor,
Sugar rushing all through my system,
My mom says enough, but heck, do i listen?
'Cause you cant stop me when i'm eating my treat,
Nothing can defeat me and those delectable heavenly sweets.


Copyright © Lee Nguyen | Year Posted 2009

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A Be-Witching Tale

smoke billowed from her boiling pot
a spell for ages she had sought
a special treat
for kids to eat
some pickled plums so teeth won't rot

but children laughed at what she made
to taste the swill they were afraid
the witch was sad
and got real mad
their taunts one day would be repaid

all hallows eve had come and went
a day the kids would soon resent
a curse was laid
the children paid
their treats turned into hard cement

they moaned and wept and some did cry
asking questions and pleading why
they were upset
with no regret
wishing that witch would surely die

now this is what I have been told
the days have passed and I am old
one girl returned
her lesson learned
and turned a heart to warm from cold


**it is never to late to say you are sorry*







Copyright © Tim Smith | Year Posted 2016

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Sweet Party Invite

For your (Turkish) Delight party invite 
Sweetshop had shut up for the day
The Maltesers decided they were going away
They packed their gear in a Dairy Box
To climb a Glacier called Mint Fox

The sweets were now all wide awake
There was All Sorts of fun to make
The Chocolate Mice ran to and fro
As the Mars Bars to Mothers Pub did go

The Kit Kats spotted the chocolate mice
Who ran circles round the Coconut Ice
The Bounty cried because it was in dry dock
Time showed After Eight on the big wall clock.

The Marathons were training very hard
Some Pear Drops and Spangles standing on guard
The Smarties were looking for a Treet
They moved up market to Quality Street.

The clever Jelly Tots got carried away
Too lazy to walk, they used a Milk Tray
The Dolly Mixtures danced and sang
To All Gold heavy metal music -Bubble Gum went off with a bang.

The Coconut Mushrooms went timid and shy
Wine Gums and Chocolate Buttons looking up to the sky
To see The Sherbet Flying Saucers whizzing around
The Liquorice Torpedoes stayed firmly on the ground

The Jelly Tots decided to loop the loop
Chocolate Cigarettes played Polo20and Hula Hoop
Sherbet Dips joined their friend Liquorice Straw
The Crème Eggs were lying flat out on the floor.

Even the Minstrels loved this free for all party
The Humbugs were picking a fight with a Smartie
But they all agreed a good Feast was had by all
As they danced the night away at the Aniseed Ball.

(c) Barbara Brewin 27thAugust 2008 All rights reserved 



Copyright © Barbara Brewin | Year Posted 2016

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Chocolate Kisses

Her soft and dark skin glistens, making my mouth water in anticipation; the cocoa scent teases my senses; her full-bodied darkness tempts me. I can just feel her creamy sweetness as my tongue glides along her skin, gently melting her feeble resistance. I smile as her richness fills me, making me moan with intense pleasure; such is the delight of the wonderful and utterly addictive chocolate kisses.


Copyright © Angel Villanueva | Year Posted 2017