The Last Chocolate

The Last Chocolate

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darling

i regret to inform you
the last chocolate
never survived

it got caught
in a battle
between an angel
and a demon

the angel put up
a good fight
but succumbed
to forces darker
than the
mouth-watering praline

sorry

Β© Davy D 2017

59 Comments

I’m digging this πŸ™‚
xx Storyteller

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Another one of your poems that makes me smile–my husband and I eat chocolate on and off all day and into the night πŸ™‚ But those special boxes of chocolate are coveted possessions. What kind of poem is this? I’d like to learn more about different poetic forms.

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what a beautiful metaphor you have in ther Davy..

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I have been in such a conflict. the Angel won.

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hahahahaha! this just blew away my work day’s stress. love this, D!

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Now this is a battle we chocolate lovers understand! LOL The acknowledgement of wrongdoing may not be forgotten, but forgiven – yes.

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Oh, I dare say the darling judge will go easy, have mercy on you–it’s tough, the temptation of chocolates and pralines….and no one died, so… Great post as always, Davy!

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Oh, I love this. Very nice.

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Alas, there is no honor when it comes to chocolate. πŸ˜‰

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Hahaha, this is too darn adorable 😁

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bad doggie! baaaaad doggie taking the last chocolate! β₯

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Terrific play on William Carlos Williams plum poem. Love it.

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My mouth is watering, Davy–after the ham sandwich dinner, I seriously need dessert (ice cream, butterscotch/caramel topping)!

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I love this very clever! True how we often feel wrong about our indulgences. But chocolate is always worth it!

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This gave me a good laugh this morning. Best way to wake up! Thanks, Davy.

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I could so relate to that! lol!

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