Paul Foulkes

Rookie (11/0/1990 / Merthyr Tydfil)

A Single Kiss - Poem by Paul Foulkes

A kiss so soft a feather upon my lips would feel nothing but rough glass,
i chase this kiss from my dreams to the waking world of life and only for naught
the kiss of that beauty allures me and evades me to such i am driven to madness in search of it through darkest ghastly figures of night time confusion and the many lives and tribulations of all the people whom i have surrounded myself

bright day
that sweet single kiss, a gentle embrace of complete contentment and serenity a kiss soo fulfilling and compelling nirvana weeps at its own inadequacy
a kiss soo graceful and beautiful falling cherry blossoms who is adored for its falling fleeting treasure is only seen to me as a great failure next to that all consuming kiss


Comments about A Single Kiss by Paul Foulkes

  • Rookie Shelbie butz (8/15/2008 5:08:00 PM)

    This has to be one of my favorite poems by you. It is filled which such desire. I really liked this poem (Report) Reply

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  • Rookie Rebecca Mummery (8/9/2008 7:47:00 PM)

    These poems are very emotional, very affectionate. There's a flowing energy of desire, and it's intruiging to read each line. I like this one too :) (Report) Reply

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Poem Submitted: Saturday, August 9, 2008



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