Treasure Island

Julietta Isla


First Kiss


My first kiss, caught me by suprise, i never knew how to kiss, but it came naturally with him, he stared in my eyes, ran his hands threw my hair, told me my eyes where beautiful, that they sparkled even without light hitting them, i kissed his cheek, then he turned red, but that moment he grabbed my face gently and pulled me close to his lips, then we kissed, lip over lip, tongue touching tongue, it felt good, he stared at me, i stared at him, knowing how red i gotten, we both laughed, and continued with our day, i still remember this, because no girl should forget her first kiss.

Submitted: Friday, April 15, 2011

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