phantom130 5 would love your feedback! Got a few minutes to write a review?
Write a Review

Poem for Cookie Monster

By phantom130 5

Other

Poem for Cookie Monster

And it was on that day … happiness arrived

In a small bite-sized treat, I don't know how

To explain it, perhaps a gift from God,

It wasn't like anything I've tried or something I've seen,

No it wasn't carrots, not cucumbers, nor peas,

But in that moment I was hooked,

Like a fish caught and gutted,

I could not stray,

Addiction too over me,

No hope of return,

Before I was without a soul

And then it touched me.

I don't know what to say, my mouth

Is full

Of Heaven

My eyes were blind but now they are open wide,

A new world in sight,

Never to leave again,

Tasting

That fire as I took my first bite,

The start of an addiction,

So good

Yet so bad

Of someone who knows nothing,

I suddenly tasted

The cookie

On my tongue,

Cracking, crumbling

With each crunch,

Riddled

With multiple flavours,

Recipes from all over the universe.

And suddenly I am

Drunk off

The sugars of life,

Each bite a

Mystery,

Felt myself a pure part

Of the world,

Now I feel a sense of belonging,

Trying cookies of every sort.

~ phantom130 5 (May 2013)

Write a Review Did you enjoy my story? Please let me know what you think by leaving a review! Thanks, phantom130 5
Continue Reading
Further Recommendations

vane 3071: This book taught me so much and I even began to think, no wait know, it's important that people of all ages learn more about it. I may only be 14 but all we've always been told is that there the "special kids" that they have "issues", basically that they weren't normal. If we were to associate wi...

Lyndsey Slays: OMG this book was very interesting and had A LOT of details TBH this is my favorite book ever💖💖🔥🔥🤘🏽🤘🏽😍😍

WildFlower Fire: I have only read the first chapter and I LOVE the writing style. I am excited to meet the characters and want to find out more. Looking forward to the rest.

Hadley Swiss: I loved the way you wrote this story. It was easy to recognise the characters, and it was a new plot I hadn't read ever (as in, it was different to any other, without any cliches as far as I'd read.) The dialogue was good; your characters seemed realistic. I also enjoyed the action and the settin...

Deleted User: I can easily identify with the characters as having gone through those terrible times myself. The writer has skillfully brought yet another side of those days to life. A good read which I recommend to everyone.

More Recommendations

ngonisiga: I am at loss for words in my attempt to descibe the sublimeness of this story. Kudos to you! I am so impressed at the way the story weaves itself from Navarre to England and back and finally to Sicily. You left me wanting more for this is the stuff dreams are made of in book lovers.

PersephanieBoyce: I was intrigued with the subject of this book from the snip it I read, and as I continued to read I felt like I was inside the characters brain. His thought processes, his memories, everything was so beautifully and forcefully made aware.The descriptions were vivid and detailed. At times, I did t...

Radecki: This is one of the freshest stories I've read in a while. Author (Thetawave) has accomplished that rare feat of creating something original. If I had to label his writing style I would call it "baroque LSD".

{{ contest.story_page_sticky_bar_text }} Be the first to recommend this story.

About Us:

Inkitt is the world’s first reader-powered book publisher, offering an online community for talented authors and book lovers. Write captivating stories, read enchanting novels, and we’ll publish the books you love the most based on crowd wisdom.