Jessica Elizondo

(September 30,1991 / Wooster)

Kiss Me


Kiss me, kiss me in broad daylight, kiss me in the midest of the night

with the stars along with the moon and your eyes shine bright, kiss me

when the sun rises til it sets. kiss me when we're all along, kiss me

when all eyes are staring, kiss me anywhere and everywhere, kiss me

when I'm down, kiss me when I'm not, kiss me in the rain, kiss me in a

drout, kiss me in the good times and the bad. Kiss me by the lake side

on that grassy yet windy hill side, as we watch the sun come up slowly

like our love grows and burn like the love we so compassionaley, and

passionatley share. And not even the rising sun can compare to the

brightness and beauty in your eyes. As the sun sets and night appears,

the moon like a dimond shines as its beems alumminate your flawless,

smooth skin and, even when I didn't think it was possible, it makes

your eyes even more beautiful than they already are. Hold me and tell

me you love me. As we lay on grassy hill side, I think to my self that I'll

always love you, maybe even til death do us part. and now with only a

breath or two between our lips, I know you feel the same way. 'Kiss

me, ' I say.......'Kiss me my love.'



Dedicated to all the loves that are just know starting to blossum, or the
ones that are already growing with love. To all the lovers, may you
always grow in love and never wilt in hate (even in the little
arguements) because let me ask you this, which is more important?
Winning an arguement, or losing a love? ? ? ?

And heres to all of ones who are still in search of their true love,
because one day I also hope to find the one.

<3<3<3<3! ! ! !

Submitted: Tuesday, July 08, 2008

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