Everyone, this was the first poem I ever wrote! Don’t judge it. I wrote this poem when I was 12.


Tons and tons of chocolates galore

All in our lovely little store

Each we’ll sell, one by one

To a very hungry tum




They’re yummy, they’re sweet

They also make a wonderful treat

A single we can’t eat

We need just one more sweet




They are delicacies to our tongue

Which we eat when we are young

They take away the bitterness

Of sad memories and crisis




They make us happy

And all the more yakky

This makes our moms

A lot more snappy




But they’re still yummy

And they’re still sweet

After all, who doesn’t want

A choclatey treat?

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