Miss Cupcake and the Hottie: A July 4th Romance Poem
Miss Cupcake and the Hottie
There once was a girl named Cupcake
Who really, truly loved to bake
Up at six she’d rise …
Butter cake to devise
With eggs, sugar, and flour
She worked hard at this early hour
Adding golden rich butter and vanilla
Dreaming of a handsome fella
For she wanted to catch a man’s eye
Who would love her and make her sigh
Then one glorious Fourth
A handsome lad came forth
Who couldn’t get enough
Of her cupcake stuff
And whisked her away to the Land of Butter
Where there they were married and lived happily ever utter…
Happy Fourth of July!!
PS — I have two full m/s on submission!!
An Italian billionaire prince falls for a girl from Brooklyn . . .
A WW 2 Christmas time travel — a woman gets a second chance to save her fiance from being killed during the war.
Keep you posted . . .
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