Ruerd Visser

Rookie (09-02-1968 / Sloten Friesland)

A thousand ways to kiss Poem by Ruerd Visser


O my, how bereft i am,
suddenly realising there must be a thousand ways to kiss.
Knowing only a handfull ways to kiss,
like the greetingkiss and the farewellkiss.

I would readily submit for kissingschool,
rather then living a life without knowing the art of kissing.
Should such a school exist, where i may learn the many diferent
ways to kiss. I would gladly submit to become a fullfledged kisser.

It seems such a school would be instrumental in teaching people the art of kissing again. For nowadays only little is tought as kissing seems to be a privilege rather then an art to be practiced.

My my what a world it is, we live in, knowing there must be a thousand ways to kiss. Whereas most people only know a handfull of ways.

Submitted: Tuesday, May 15, 2012

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Just pondered over the many ways to kiss.

Comments about this poem (A thousand ways to kiss by Ruerd Visser )

  • Rookie Victoria Gauci (5/15/2012 4:55:00 PM)

    The most sensuous way to touch another in love. A beatuiful thought and piece of work. Well done. (Report) Reply

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