When Words And I Kissed…

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When words and I kissed...

Each smooch was a letter born
Syllables formed as my breath was held
In loving anticipation of this consuming
Warm and soothing caress

Kissing all over
Thoughts grew intentions glowed
Passionately we embraced
A gentle contact and touch becoming more
Words imprinted on my tongue
Seeping with our slobber into my heart

The grand finale...

A long and lingering French kiss
Lasting for what seemed like never ending
Cascading waterfalls

Till my held breath was released
A poem born...

And I sighed in sweet relief
Relishing the results of this our sweet exchange

When words and I kissed...
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  1. very beautiful velvet like romantic silky poem with out any traces of vulgarity – a beautiful and a great task. now a days it is not possible to write in such a wonderful manner . you achieved it successfully. May God bless you with all happy and boons.

  2. nice work -Ive been on the computer for over a week=sick-then the cable got messed up, I had 977 messages piled u, so obviously I wont be able to do a lot-still not well-rough week. Hope you are doing well–beebeesworld

  3. Fantabulistic!!! Canโ€™t believe Iโ€™m so late getting to this gem of yours boomie ~ It is perfecto – really loved it — passionate writing does have all the elements doesnโ€™t it?! You captured it so well! xxoo

    • You are ever so kind to me Robyn, and i could never show you my sincere appreciation enough.

      Thanks always for reading and taking time to comment. I am so glad you like this :).

      How are you feeling?

      • So easy to praise your work boomie — always something to โ€œwake me upโ€ ๐Ÿ™‚ ~ Today was a bit tougher — weekend was improved so I guess I will try to go with the flow — some medical surgeon consults next week — and hoping for solutions that arenโ€™t awfully invasive. Thank your your caring boomie ~ love to you, R

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