COCOA

There is nothing quite as great as good cocoa.

Just enough sugar, just enough cocoa.

I like my cocoa dark, and I mean real real dark.

A little colour is good,

That makes sure I can always spot my cocoa.

I’m not a fan of too many additives,

Marshmallows, sprinkles, whipped cream ain’t for me,

I like my cocoa to look like cocoa,

More importantly taste like cocoa,

My cocoa is simple, just right

And on a cold night, after a loooong day,

I come home to relax,

Kick off my heels and there is my cocoa,

Water is healthy, wine is interesting,

But nothing can quite replace some good cocoa

My cocoa comes in a really tall glass.

I never get to the bottom,

But am cool with that, after all,

Who wants cocoa you can actually finish?

There is no perfect cocoa, but you can have great cocoa.

Of course one thing you need to remember,

Your cocoa has to be the right temperature,

You don’t want to get scalded when you just needed something warm

So I like my cocoa warm on the weekdays,

And on the weekend hot and cool.

Some kinds of cocoa can leave a nasty stain,

If you are quick do your laundry you might get rid of it and find a new cup of cocoa,

But if you wait your clothes will be ruined and then grow to hate cocoa,

Other kinds of cocoa make you smile and warm you up inside

Making you feel giddy and all so special.

To all the good cocoa out there, We looooove us some good cocoa ;D

Amare Poeta

2 thoughts on “COCOA

  1. This is a beautiful poem. Of course you could be talking about cocoa or about something else entirely. The following lines are quite memorable:

    “Like everything in life quality must be tempered with quantity.”

    “Your cocoa has to be the right temperature,

    You don’t want to get scalded when you just needed a little warmth

    I like my cocoa warm on the weekday

    And on the weekend hot and cool.”

    Class.

    Like

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