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Death Poems About Chocolate

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Poem Details | by Kim Merryman |
Categories: chocolate, death, food, funny,

Death by Chocolate

Sandy was a chocoholic,
The worst I've ever seen!
If she didn't eat some daily,
She'd become crazy mean!

It didn't matter what kind it was,
Ice cream, cake, pie or candy,
As long as it was chocolate,
Sandy was  fine and dandy!

Then one day the unthinkable happened,
To the chocolate loving miss,
While eating her favorite candy,
She choked on a chocolate kiss!

"Death by chocolate," the coroner concluded,
As to the cause of Sandy's death.
At least she died doing what she loved,
Eating chocolate til her last breath.



11/21/11  for Natalie the Rogue Rhymer's 
"Die a fun Death" contest



Poem Details | by Ann Foster |
Categories: break up, chocolate, christian, conflict, confusion, death of a friend, depression,

Unwanted Things

Unwanted Things.

A car wreck.
A kid, unexpected.
An absent father to be.
 
A cheater that brought you, 
a sudden health risk. 
A divorce.

Car troubles.
Work issues.
Financial burdens. 
Bad health, 
that effects you, 
and…
or…
those you love.

These are a few, 
of my un-favorite
things.
There is no song, 
about these, 
by Julie…
although I read her story, 
and she
had a hard life
too. 

Poem Details | by Euginia Liapich |
Categories: chocolate, cry, death, grief, happiness, joy, sweet,

Salty and sweet limerick

Is it sweet or salty or sour?
Brimming with happiness or always dour?
Prancing, living with gaiety
Or waiting for a guillotine 
Now standing forever to scour?

Poem Details | by Julie Grenness |
Categories: chocolate, feelings, women,

DEATH BY CHOCOLATE

What is death by chocolate?
Chocolate you must accumulate,
To amass your aggregate,
Are Mars Bars better than a man?
For chocolate you reach your hand,
Is there enough chocolate in the land?
Then there's housework in the world,
Best keep your strength up, girls,
Give those chocolate twirls a whirl,
A moment on our lips,
A lifetime on the hips,
Just call us cuddly from now on!
As on chocolate we ponder on,
Death by chocolate, satisfaction!


Poem Details | by Mark J. Halliday |
Categories: absence, childhood, chocolate, death of a friend, humor, political, satire,

Muppet eulogy

Bye Cookie Monster!
Pointlessly martyred by the
Political left.

Poem Details | by Nikhil Singh |
Categories: animal, bangla, black african american, cancer, chocolate, death,

Ode to India

I like to eat curry
It's funny in my tummy
But then I turn really smelly!

Poem Details | by Rochelle Harris |
Categories: absence, best friend, chocolate, death of a friend, emotions, love, memory,

My Luke

 In memory of my Chocolate Lab "Jean-Lucca Raffiki Harris". I lost him on Tuesday May 12. He will forever be the best of the best.

      My Luke
Goodbye my big guy
We had a great run
I’ll miss you for forever
The love and the fun
You were my guy, my boy,
           my son
Now go and rest easy
Your work here is done!

Poem Details | by Ann Foster |
Categories: chocolate, christian, death, forgiveness, funeral, grief, heaven,

Loss

Loss

How can I express, 
something that can not be written down, 
unless you can grasp lightening, 
harness thunder, shush a whisper…
or ask your self if you should?

Loved ones go to heaven. 
A few of us, will go to hell. 
The eye of the needle is small, 
and things of worth are in question.
The value of life, 
precious.
The value of forever,
The price of blood, 
paid.

On behalf of the unworthy, 
whose only chance…
is Grace. 

Poem Details | by Ann Foster |
Categories: analogy, appreciation, chocolate, death, depression, discrimination, hope,

Unfair

Rest in peace...

The mosquito died, 
because he was too fat. 
He was slow and then..., 
not.

Do not think...
that means abundance is bad.
It is simply misused, and
even misunderstood.

Poem Details | by Ann Foster |
Categories: cancer, childhood, chocolate, christmas, cinderella, death, divorce,

C is for Christmas

“C” for Christmas, 
(not cancer…)

The packages were bright, 
the tensile shinny, 
the tree full of sparkle,
bright. 

Mom gone now, 
but grandma… 
took up where she left off. 
She did not want to go, 
but she does not hurt…
anymore. 

Dear God, 
for Christmas, 
skip me first and last, 
put my father on instead. 
He needs things, 
that I can not buy, 
that perhaps, 
the value 
is too 
high?

He needs hope. 
Something only you,
supply. 
He needs to laugh, 
and be home with
us. 

Thank you for grandma, 
and papa, 
they are trying… very hard. 
But father, 
we miss you. 
Come 
home. 

Poem Details | by Ann Foster |
Categories: abuse, anti bullying, anxiety, cancer, child abuse, chocolate, death,

Huh

Huh

There was a sound outside.
It was louder than it should have been, 
and, yet not loud enough. 
A few people heard it, and they told others.
The news of the noise spread. 
They tried to get closer, 
to come from all over, 
to hear, what no one heard…
What no one said.
The sound was outside. 

(no one is listening still…                    )