Sylvia Chidi

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Darling, Kiss Me


Darling, kiss me brief
Dance upon my lips
My heart aches for gratifying relief
Let our mouths be momentarily zipped

I can easily linger in your kiss
Day and night with pleasure
It is the bringer of my peace
A fundamental loving cure

I imagine tongues entwined in your kiss
As your lips gently caress my lips
Lightly, I undergo a sense of romantic bliss
While our tongues indulge in loving friendship

My heart is yours
Delightfully pure
Each day I want you more and more
Your delicious kisses I want wild and raw

Let us start by kissing passionately
Regardless of the occasion
Our destiny will be sealed fatefully
You keep calling for my inner celebration

Darling, kiss me strong
Let my hunger grow so deep
Darling, kiss me long
Each night before I go to sleep
Dance upon my lips
On this seraphic trip


(2007)

Submitted: Saturday, June 30, 2007
Edited: Thursday, March 17, 2011

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