Chocolate Bar Chocolate Poems
These Chocolate Bar Chocolate poems are examples of poetry about Chocolate Bar Chocolate. These are the best examples of Chocolate Chocolate Bar poems written by international poets.
faith and chocolate
our God is bountiful because
Jesus is Robin Hood turning the tables in the forest temple
and Friday treasures an island of hope in my child’s mind
chocolate, desire, food, longing,
Spotting you while out shopping,
As I moved on I stared at you,
List in my hand thinking of you,
Walking away still lots to do,
Moving through the...
When frustration creeps in
chocolate, anxiety, baptism, blue, character,
What do you do when frustration threatens to destabilise?
I tend to look for a chocolate bar of a decent size,
And wait for a new strategy...
The ecstasy when biting into a chocolate bar
Can only be described as echocstacy from Mars
Pretty tricky, eh
Mars bars, olay
It's the thrill you got when you...
Cries From the River Nun
analogy, anger, character, chocolate,
A glib giant of the river borders
The discerning ears of the ancient Power, we mourn
Where caravans cascade to unseen voices
And the rumbling of...
chocolate, clothes, rain, sky,
I saw Mr. Sun outside
So hot, I was terrified
Went nearly blind
And almost fainted and died
He has no hands, eyes
Chewing on succulent chocolate:
Crispy and fluffy with a crunch.
From the mind of a 7 year old
child, chocolate, cute, father
GODDAMMITT!!! MAN..WHY ARE CHILDREN SO PERSISTENT???
It went something like this..
Daddddy Dadddy you see the chocolate bar I put in the fridge?
Me: What chocolate Taj..?? I...
Health food goes far
Observe fond spark
Choice cocoa dark
Oblige sweet treats
Loads of fond eats
Aim to feel good
Trust prompts fine mood
Endow taste buds
Sense a fond glut
The Chocolate Bar and the Soldier
chocolate, angel, childhood, friendship, soldier,
He stood there with grease up and down his woolen uniform
Tears drenched his solemn pale face
From beneath the bunker he crawled belly first
Corpses of soldiers...
Lilly's Teddy Bear Picnic
chocolate, adventure, fantasy, funny, happiness,
Lilly wanted a teddy bear, so her Mom FunkunDilly gave her one.
Lilly kept telling me how she loved it, and was having so much fun.
childhood, happiness, chocolate, me,
The sweet shop stood at the end of his road
He passed it every day
He passed it on the way to school
And on his way home...