Goodenough Sakhile Dlamini
Its modification everything to perfection
Everything nearby seems like flowers.
Everything just turns out to be natural to both of them.
Celina Gomez will tell you; “everything comes naturally”
Nobody was conscious but how did they kiss.
It when he turns around, he found his lips closer
To the soft lips like gloss lips it superficial.
When she turns she also found her lips straight to his lips magically
Nobody told somebody that it should be something
That what was generating the hidden feeling of love
The automatic kiss that left them confused.
Without a trace but was in the bag’s shop
That one second kiss change their live forever
Full of love they will be recognized as Adam and Eva forever
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