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Croissants

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By TestPublished 3 months ago 1 min read
Croissants
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A croissant

gooey inside

crispy on the outside

it's beautiful

don't you know?

A creation of the French

the t stays unpronounced

the pastry makes its rounds

my mother showed me

how to cut it in half

and spread butter on the inside

just the way I want

When I eat them they are so good

I'm afraid I might get caught

but I love them when they're hot

right out of the oven

a shock to my system

a prism on my tongue

but I'm not the only one

my mom loves them too

I could eat them all night long

and they make us both feel strong.

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