Chocolate Poetry and Stories

Sweet tales and rich poetry, by our readers.

Seduction

April 4, 2012

Your kisses are my candy a natural sugar-high my oral fixation a sugar coated elixir seductive, yet so sweet never, ever getting enough and always wanting more and more. -Lisa M. Andrade
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Stressed Bent-Over-Backwards is Desserts

April 4, 2012

Stressed out and indulgent of our favorite candy desserts my friends and I, who are known as the 3 Musketeers, yet hardly recognized by the boys as Hot Tamales, and yet despite all of the whispered Snickers, stroll down to the candy shoppe every Pay Day to buy bagfuls of candy and chocolate in...
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The Mystery Science Of Chocolate

February 21, 2012

By Jean Jackson We are all ‘star stuff’, it has been said, our bodies and world composed of the same protons, neutrons, electrons, and energy that burns through the cores of far distant galaxies. We are all brothers and sisters, in this universe. You, me, your dog, bagels, interstate overpasses, golf balls, zucchini, and...
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Chocolate Meditation

January 25, 2012

By Jude Fricano When I first heard this term it immediately resonated with me. Chocolate being the wonderful, tasty experience it is and meditation the calming routine we completely benefit from practicing. When you combine the two it seems heavenly. We all know the way we feel when we experience one good piece of...
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Chocolate Dreams

January 25, 2012

By H. Joy Stross not golden, not scarlet memory’s prism taste buds dancing ignominious brown starlight fuzz fantasy silk kimono whispers plain as a layer of mud even dun tongue tingle untamed pleasure delay delay sweet solace naked and eternal
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