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Nutter and Butter and The Macaroon Moon

Our story begins in a galaxy far far away
On the dark chocolate side of The Milky Way

The planets all look like cookies and donuts
Boys and girls grow to be bakers and astronauts

They have five different planets that orbit two suns
Nutter is smaller and Butter is the bigger one

The first is Glazey-1 the second is Eclarian-2
Spell Heaven backwards and Nevaeh-3 comes into view

The forth is my favorite, they call it Smore-4
Most well known for it's white melting core

And last but certainly not least is Oreo-5
It's surface is hardest and is smallest in size

A special place for sure is this sweet solar system
Planets sparkle after a sugary rain sweetens and mists ‘em

Watch a cartoon, blow a balloon or hum your favorite tune
Or you can do as I do, and wish upon Macaroon Moon


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