His face shone pink beneath the dusky lamp Which showered ambiance of red desire ‘Round the crowded bar, while chaos stirred And music blared to deafen faultless hearers But I had eyes and ears for only him through the din. A smile crossed his face, his head flown back With joyous laughter coming from his heart A kindness seeped from in him, gushing all around Attracting me to join him in his realm of care I could not see his face Though hardly did I care for looks, green eyes To peek from under golden hair So fine and sleek it topped an angel there But none of that proved true when eyes to eyes we met And hand to hand we touched as I, the daring one Extended mine for him to clasp and hold Through only for a second since a handshake has to end.
Warm, dark, oozing chocolate dripping down my pale, sensitive skin of sugar, melts my frozen form Once full of flavor, ice and some cream, to a thick soupy puddle that can’t even scream.
A small, shrunken woman, with a long nose, a small wart on the tip She sat in her rocking chair, creak, creak, creak, creak. A smile on her face, she waited it was a small hungry smile. Wooden knocker on the only chocolate door, knocked The door opened, a cheery girl and cheery boy skipped hand in hand into the candy house. Rosy-cheeked they stuffed themselves with sweet candy and desserts. A frightened, no longer cheery girl stood within a cage The no-longer cheery boy was pushed towards the stove. But Soon the tables were turned and the small, shrunken, old woman was in the stove instead. Then the cheery boy and girl ran towards their home.
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