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Chocolate. Succulent. Magic. Waiting to be devoured. Calling to me. The remedy to all wounds.

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Feb 9, 2015 ... An Ode To Chocolate. Chocolate, how do we love thee? Let us count the ways: Brownies. Fudge. Ice cream. Chips Ahoy! Chunky cookies.

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Ode to Chocolate Oh Chocolate, how beautiful and tasty you are. You melt in my mouth & dribble down my chin. I can smell you, Oh Chocolate so fine.

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Ode to Chocolate. Posted September 10, 2008. Brown and rich. Better than gold and silver. Melts in your mouth. Some dark, some not. Wonderful so wonderful

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Oct 26, 2010 ... Ode to Chocolate by Barbara Crooker. I hate milk chocolate, don't want clouds of cream diluting the dark night sky, don't want pralines or ...

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Apr 24, 2010 ... The Writer's Almanac with Garrison Keillor: 'Ode to Chocolate' by Barbara Crooker, and the literary and historical notes for Saturday, April 24, ...

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Oct 2, 2016 ... October is here, which means autumn leaves and hot chocolate are just around the corner. In the spirit of GC's Spring Poetry series, we'll be ...

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Apr 12, 2016 ... An Ode to Chocolate. I've tried hard to avoid you. In oh so many ways. Sometimes, in the evenings. It's you I sit and crave. Been a love of mine

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Jun 15, 2013 ... kathleenmusic.com This has been an original production by Revolutionary Heart Records. Written by Kathleen Smith. GO BE A LOVE ...

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While the cacao tree has been around some 3,500 years, chocolate as we know it came much later. We can thank the Aztecs for much of that. They would roast ...