Treasure Island

devon da poet

(April 27,1992 / Sauteurs, Grenada)

Kiss me on the right eye


Those lips of yours are so delicate and desirable.
O, what beauty in those lips?
As soft and gorgeous as they are,
they're simply admirable.
Don't speak another word!
Shhh! They weren't made for utterance.
Silent speech- kisses and romance.
Red roses are synonymous to those lips.
Vanilla flavour!
Baby I'm Moses, kiss me like Sarah.
I can't see love in my right eye.
The left side of my heart was broken.
The after effects of a heart attack
has slowly deteriorated my sight.
Your lips has the remedy of restoration.
Heal me with one kiss.
The synergy of our emotions,
eye depends on lips.
Like Visine your lips will deter any distortion.
Refreshen my eye with your love portion,
I need to see love again.
True love is what i'm pursuing.
I can't see without feeling your lips.
Skin and eyes are complementary;
my senses work similarly to KFC and the Coca Cola company.
Baby kiss me and I'll completely see the blatantness of you heart.
When my eye hurts it cries.
Baby kiss me on the right eye
and I'll kiss you like a real guy,
'cause when my eye is healed,
my lips are sickly still.

Submitted: Wednesday, April 17, 2013
Edited: Wednesday, October 02, 2013

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