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Yoseph Lupu

Rookie - 13 Points (1948 / Jassy (Iassy) , Romania)

AN INVITATION TO A KISS .


It was the kiss, I gave you, yesterday at noon ,
Before the open eyes of the moon !
That made me feel, your sweetness lips,
Those, I never want to miss !

I felt your deep desire, in our touch,
Your warmth, as you approached!
I tried to say, to make some voice !
I tried in vain! There came no voice!

I kissed you , with much desire,
That all my words, went on expire !
I am so touched to you, my Miss!
Here, I send you, an invitation for another kiss!

Submitted: Sunday, October 30, 2011
Edited: Tuesday, November 01, 2011

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