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Ragy Sandid


Kiss


Kiss me my love
Remind me that you love me
Remind me what our hearts are made of
Remind me how our love should be

Hug me and show me show
How a hug could have one meaning
Put warmth in the hug, don't let go
Till you've given me every dropp of feeling

Give me that warm embrace
That takes effect and makes promises
Make sure that I face one face
Don't let the dark face to the other eclipse

Fly me to the moon as you once did
Let me see and hold the stars in my hand
The ones that you from all the others hid
And give me bid that I only demand

It's love we talk about that sees, hears and talks
Because with you all these I had
Only one thing never happens; it never walks
To be glad or sad is good. To be both is bad.

Submitted: Monday, March 05, 2012
Edited: Monday, March 05, 2012
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