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Chocolate Poems

Read wonderful chocolate poetry on the following sub-topics: acrostic, alliteration, boyfriend, chocolate bar, chocolate cake, chocolate chip, christmas, dark chocolate, dessert, dove, haiku, hershey, hot, funny, love, milk, ode, rhyme, sonnet, teacher, valentine, white chocolate and more. Read a definition and example (where appropriate).

Note: The forms for these poems were selected by the poet. Often poems are assigned the wrong form. Please confirm the accuracy of the poetic form before referencing the poem.

List of New Poems

PMPoem TitlePoetFormCategories  
EASTER SURPRISE Ann Gilmour Personification chocolate, easter, love,
Premium Member Poem My Boy Bruce John Crowe Rhyme chocolate, dog, fun, inspirational,
Premium Member Poem LADY GODIVA Cindi Rockwell Clerihew chocolate, funny, horse,
Easter Memories Gwen Schuetz Free verse appreciation, blessing, chocolate, easter,
Empty Shell Terry Flood Rhyme bible, candy, chocolate, christian,
ONTHE WINGS OF LOVE Okonkwo Ifeanyichukwu Romanticism candy, caregiving, change, chocolate,
identity jan oskar hansen Blank verse chocolate, car, cat, chanukah, child,
The Easter Bunny Barbara Brewin Rhyme animal, chocolate, christian, easter,
why evelyn mcconneghey ABC birthday, chocolate, voice, wedding,
TO MY DEAR Anuradha sowmyanarayanan Free verse care, chocolate, hurt, life,
Void spaces Ibohal Kshetrimayum I do not know? child abuse, chocolate, christian,
A KISS BY THE SEA SIDE Okonkwo Ifeanyichukwu Lyric chocolate, appreciation, beautiful, care, celebration,
Goodies Marissa Faries Quatrain candy, chocolate, flower, food,
Premium Member Poem Belated Valentines day card Charlie Knowlton Free verse chocolate, emotions, february, heart,
A Bed Sheet Stained With Chocolate Darlene De Beaulieu Sonnet chocolate, clothes, color,
Sweet Tooth Troy Toney Rhyme addiction, beautiful, candy, chocolate,
Uncle Frank David Smith Ballad analogy, appreciation, character, chocolate,
I sit and wish I was a kid again Patrick Collier Free verse chocolate, 2nd grade, candy, child,
She waits MRi.jagdish bajantri Romanticism chocolate, happiness, memorial day,
Premium Member Poem TEMPTATION Line Gauthier Free verse chocolate, abuse, addiction, body, candy,
Is There Any Chocolate Bars Out There Recipes Needed Damian Keady Free verse chocolate, fantasy, fun, giggle,
Premium Member Poem And So It Begins CayCay Jennings Free verse anxiety, candy, chocolate, conflict,
Chocolate Mohit Rohilla Free verse chocolate, feelings, first love,
THE CANDY BAR Gerald Greene Free verse candy, chocolate,
Cocoa Oblivion M. L. Kiser Epulaeryu appreciation, chocolate, drink, food,
Premium Member Poem The humble bean stephen pennell Free verse chocolate,
Premium Member Poem LOVE NOTE Alexis Y. Footle chocolate, love, valentines day,
Chocolaty Marissa Faries Crystalline chocolate, food,
Chocolate Bar Marissa Faries Crystalline chocolate, food,
Chocolate Alunamda Yokwe Couplet chocolate, humorous,
Decency Maryna Tchianova Blank verse addiction, adventure, art, chocolate,
Pain Rita Everett ABC anxiety, boyfriend, character, chocolate,
My wish bawa talwar Lyric blessing, butterfly, celebration, chocolate,
SMILING- IT'S A HAPPY THING Thum Chiean Tien Lyric chocolate, anniversary, appreciation, assonance, children,
Bittersweet TS Lewis Free verse candy, chocolate, sweet,
Premium Member Poem cos the lady loves milk tray ABB Seren Roberts Rhyme chocolate,
follow the rule jan oskar hansen Blank verse anger, blessing, chocolate,
Premium Member Poem SHE'S A CHOCOHOLIC JAN ALLISON Limerick abuse, body, chocolate,
Would you still love me bawa talwar Free verse chocolate, anxiety, atheist, baby, beautiful,
Sown Jimmi Canada Blank verse chocolate, addiction, analogy, anger, angst,
Coffee Shoes Terry Mullally Rhyme chocolate, color, drink, funny,
before I forget jeff styers ABC chocolate, addiction, angst, anxiety, april,
Premium Member Poem Snow Angels John lawless Senryu childhood, chocolate, snow, winter,
Premium Member Poem BY THE CHEESE TRAY Line Gauthier Monorhyme celebration, chocolate, food, vanity,
Premium Member Poem CONSTANT CRAVING JAN ALLISON Alliteration candy, child, chocolate, humorous,
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Her Son Maryam Dalhatu ABC chocolate, africa, angel, arabic, baby,
Wistful Accursed Penniless Fate God Dime Mitt matthew harris Dramatic Monologue chocolate, 12th grade, allusion, analogy,
Doodle Jump's Jigsaw Sculpture Rhiddhit Paul I do not know? abuse, anger, celebration, chocolate,
Premium Member Poem Holy Chocolate Lisle Ryder Free verse chocolate, christian, confusion, holiday,
Aunt Matties Place M. L. Kiser Free verse appreciation, chocolate, family, food,

About This Page

Chocolate Poems. Above are examples of poems about chocolate. This list of chocolate poems is composed of the works of modern international poet members of PoetrySoup. Examples of all types of chocolate including; white and dark, cakes, candy bars, Hersheys and more. Oh, yes!  Everyone loves it, that wonderfully sweet and delicious cocoa (cacao) confectionery known as chocolate. When people write poems about food or candy, you know it has had an impact on their lives, and chocolate has had that. Read short, long, best, famous, and funny examples of chocolate poetry. This list of works about chocolate is an excellent resource for examples of how to write chocolate poems. 

Chocolate Poem Example

Magic Beans

Our first awareness
      falling through time
      through blood-rain, pure white snow, green vegetation 
      down into deep earth
      warm sunshine
      cool wind
      soaking rain

Energy flowing-up through our pod
      each day we grew bigger
      snug together with brothers and sisters
      bursting our little cozy shell
      then one day
      a father and daughter
      plucked us from the vine
      stripped – we lay bare upon a tray
      disorientated and tender but alive  
      a life force deep inside us
      our skin soft but hardening 
      then sleep . . . waiting for the one

Daddy!!  Come see the beans
They changed colors
I see brown ones with white specks
      Yellow with black dots
      Orange with blue stripes 
But wait  . . .  there are three larger beans that seem to glow and vibrate
      one is blood-red
      another . . .  brilliant white
      the last . . .  forest green
What does this mean daddy?
Is it evil?

No my sweet darling
These are special beans
Descended from an ancient garden long ago . . . 
      no longer of this world
It was a place of love and light
No death but a deep communion between mother earth and us
The three beans are:  Peace, Purity, Prosperity 

These beans will feed a starving world 
      Bring healing to the hurting
      Laughter to the downtrodden   
      Hope to the desolate 
      Love to the unloved   
      Life to the dead
These beans hold deep magic

How do they work Daddy?
      a worthy woman is chosen
      who is humble of heart
      strong in spirit
      wise in love 

Who is this lady?
      the magic beans choose
      they only appear to the one female
      you, my darling . . .  you are the one

Me?  I am only a girl
I have none of these things . . . 
      the beans see deep within a soul
      they never lie
      they have chosen you 
      together you will change the world!

Daddy, I am scared . . .
I am shaking 
I am not worthy
      breathe deeply, close your eyes 
      put the beans in your mouth

Daddy, I taste sweetness
Molasses, ginger, caramel . . . now chocolate 
I see visions upon the wind
Blood, wars, rage, yelling . . . unbearable things
      yes, darling the evil is strong here
      let the blood from the red bean flow
      let it mingle with your love
      it will defeat this evil and bring
      healing and forgiveness . . . peace

The white bean is singing with my voice – Daddy!
Sweet is her song
I see merriment, laugher, dancing . . . 
People hugging and holding hands
My tears are falling
Filling rivers with waters of light, love and purity
Joy reverberates from mountains peaks

From my open lips runs rich green sap
Deep does the earth drink
Big drafts of life and love
I see fields flowing with
Cream, honey, and wine
Trees waving to the sun
The earth is rejoicing

I see beans being planted 
In a garden
A man and a little girl
      yes, my Little One, soar now
      fill the world with your love
      fill the wind with your song
      love generously 

Such is the magic of these colored beans

David Meade

Love Generously

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