Sweet Shop

by Xhesika (pronounced Jessicca )
(London, England)

Lollipops are brutally licked by little kids,
The sugar dancing in their mouths,
The sour drops swirl in mouths dissolving sour sweetness,
The chocolate stabs their taste buds,
Slowly leaving them under its majestic and deeply manipulative spell,
Whilst liquorice cleans off the chocolate and replaces it with a shiny coat of awfully addictive bitterness,

But then it is time to go,
The worst part of it all,
They were having so much fun,
Their smiles begin to droop and fall,

No more dancing sugar,
No more swirling Sour drops,
No stabbing chocolate,
And no cleaning liquorice!

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