What’s Brown And Beautiful?
A new vice come over around me:
Milk, semi-sweet, toll house dark morsels,
All to keep us in such a state of glee.
Safer than tequila,
Cocaine or texting at speed;
Give over that choklat—
A bite or twenty is all I need.
Dr. Nestle is my bestest friend!
Add some five-spice to my hot chocolate
And sweetly bring this day to an end.
Halloween or Easter,
Bunnies or witches a-broom—
Cater us some cacao:
Give me M&Ms to fill this room!
Yep, it was Snickers
Where this vice had a start;
And the AHA declares
It’s all good for a heart!
A double-positive of sweet possibility.
Sharing your Almond Joy?
Seems a good start to me….
[nom, nom, nom, nom.…]
Posted on April 5, 2015, in Poem and tagged addiction, Almond Joy, American Heart Association, bunnies, Chinese Five Spice, chocolate, Cocaine, Easter, Halloween, hot chocolate, M&Ms, Nestle, overconsumption, Snickers, Tequila, Texting, Toll House Morsels, vices, witches. Bookmark the permalink. Leave a comment.