I love you like Bitches love cheddar bay biscuits

Just a little back story: On the day that TJ, Ave and I were recording the podcast Can I Kick It, TJ (I don’t even call her this in real life), was talking about how she has been indulging in cheddar bay biscuits lately. I was also asking them for some writing prompts/topics. Long story short she “dared” or challenged me to write a poem with the first line being “I love you like Bitches love cheddar bay biscuits”. Here’s my take…

Sidenote: the word “bitches” is not meant to offend anyone and is only as powerful as you make it (think about that). It was meant to be funny. Live a little.

I love you like Bitchesss love cheddar bay biscuits
Did I lose you when I said bitches?
I love you like bitches love cheddar bay biscuits
A mixture of salty and sweet
Love at first taste
My body soaking up your goodness, not letting a crumb go to waste
Tongue tied, mouth dried
That’s what you do to me
Still I chew on, indulging in your being
Greedily, I swallow
See I… couldn’t get enough
Choked up from your essence
Not even realizing how much I craved your presence
Until I had you…
So good, I couldn’t have you just once
So I had you again
And again…
So full from the taste of you
My body yearns for nothing else
You fill me up
I’m stuffed
I wash you down,
Thoughts only of how I should take you down
Refreshing juices crashing onto my taste buds
Hope we weren’t trying to play it safe cuz…
I’m more than satisfied
You drew me in but you were more than the appetiz…er
More like the appetizer, main course and dessert
For what it’s worth
You choked me up but quenched my thirst
So I say…
I love you like bitches love cheddar bay biscuits
My snack to hold me over
The extra weight of happiness
The laughter that comes from deep within
That content sigh that comes after thanksgiving dinner
That even in my eyes you’re still a winner
The I should wait but I just need a little more
The those look good but I’m not tryna risk it
Stick to what you know
I love you like bitches love cheddar bay biscuits

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