July 13th…“DO YOU REMEMBER HAVING A FAVORITE CANDY AS A KID? DO YOU STILL LIKE IT NOW?”
POEM – “I Was A Sugar Daddy Laddy” by N. Elliott Noorlun
I was a Sugar Daddy Laddy, Back in my days of youth,
Back in the day when sugar was keen, And not seen as uncouth.
Born as a Norski, I loved my sugar, Any kind was fine with me.
T’was sweet going down, Gave smiles, not frown, And usually filled me with glee.
Since there wasn’t much money, For this lil’ sonny, Pennies did not my pockets haunt,
So I’d buy this sucker, And into my pucker, This flavor I would flaunt.
That sucker, you see, spent the whole day with me, With my slurps I’d give it basting,
That sucker would stay, With me while I’d play, And to the last, give caramel tasting.
A dentist will warn, And even will scorn, The use of sweet tasting sugar,
He makes it sound worse, Than a ride in a hearse, Or picking your own slimy booger.
Yet, I will attest, Though I’ve tried my best, To refrain from my sweet addiction.
It’s sweeter, By far, For this Sugar Star, To surrender to “Sucker Affliction”!!!!! 😉