Samuel Newton

(5th december / India)

A Gentle Kiss..


A kiss of passion
In a moment's lapse
Seems to linger longer
With a fervent fiery flame
Burning between our avid lips

Wrapped up in a romantic nuance;
A feeling never felt,
Never known, never shown
Never till now
Under the moon's radiant glare

We feel the wind blow smoothly
As it caresses our cheeks ever so tenderly
And we embrace the dark night's sky
As my head tilts closer to you
And our eyes meet in a timeless glance

Before they close and we drift
Into each other's hearts.
One heart beat, not two
Our kiss is the rhythm of a euphonic melody
That of which can't be sung

‘cause the lyrics we cannot fathom
But I know the song very well
It's the tune that will never cease playing
In my heart
When I'm with you.

Submitted: Wednesday, May 04, 2011
Edited: Monday, June 11, 2012

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