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Written by Talia Rice
My mama warned me about eating too much chocolate, ´It·ll make you sick!µ she said. Ah, I definitely don·t think she was referring to this kind. This kind of chocolate you won·t mind getting a sugar rush from, every part of his chocolateness I·ve memorized. His silky smooth almond toasted skin melts in my mouth and hand I devour him as if he was the hit that I needed to stay alive, I guess you can say he is something like a drug. When his souljah boy stands at a perfect attention, I smile and then I salute him I·ve never thought of myself as a thirsty bitch, But now I thirst for his morning, noon, and night dew! Beautiful chocolate high, My 24 hour candy store Let me shop around on you. Taste test everything you have to offer Until you tell me I·m thru And afterwards I sit Glistening in the afterglow of you
Still sticky and wet I smile to myself, The aftertaste of you still on my tongue But then my chocolate dissolves away, And I·m stuck with a belly ache so fierce Now I understand why mama said eating too much will make me sick, but my beautiful chocolate high, you are worth every lick.