Samuel Alfred Beadle
Kiss Me Again - Poem by Samuel Alfred Beadle
Oh, give me a kiss
To mate with the bliss
Of the heart I swear, love, is thine;
Let beam a smile
To cheer the while
I give thee of all that is mine.
Now, ere we part,
Let's feel your heart
In unison beat, love, with mine;
Your head at rest,
Sweet on my breast,
While my arms, dear, about thee I twine.
Kiss me again,
And then again!
Turn Cupid wild tonight, sweetheart.
Thy soul and mine
By a kiss confine,
To love's wild dream, dear, ere we part.
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