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The cheesecake was feeling extremely blue,
he'd been stuck in the confines of the fridge
for what seemed like forever's tired yawn.
He was very cold and really lonely -
frightened, he shivered the fine need to please.
Occasionally the door would open,
light would flood him with the delicate hope
that he would be the chosen one this time,
but it was always cruelly dashed, he sobbed,
darkness again consumed his form; delight,
with terror's invisible silver spoons.
Delicious chocolate curls would certainly
snap if someone didn't come for him soon.
Soft creamy interior; becoming
hardened to the pain of being locked up.
Suddenly the world opened; a flower,
giant hands reached - excitement rushed at him.
His smile created more smiles now upon
features; wet with anticipation's glow.
He was devastated when the giant
tripped for the floor smashed him to smithereens.
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