elias neema


me and you


You leaned over and you kissed me
I felt my knees go weak
You leaned over and you kissed me
I couldn't even speak
You leaned over and you kissed me
With a passion flowing free
You leaned over and you kissed me
Sparks flew that we could see
You leaned over and you kissed me
A touch so soft and tender
You leaned over and you kissed me
A kiss I would remember
You leaned over and you kissed me
I'm sure I kissed you back
You leaned over and you kissed me
With the fire no kiss should lack
You leaned over and you kissed me
You left me wanting more
You leaned over and you kissed me
My soul you did explore
You leaned over and you kissed me
My heart no longer full of pain
You leaned over and you kissed me
Darling, kiss me once again

Submitted: Sunday, April 03, 2005

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  • Rookie Gina PrettyBrownEyes (4/4/2005 5:29:00 PM)

    cute. i liked every other line but the 'you leaned over and you kissed me' got tiring after a while. keep at it, you've got potential. (Report) Reply

  • Rookie Graham Leese (4/3/2005 12:07:00 PM)

    im not so sure about the repetition, but there were a few lines i really enjoyed
    keep going, i await more (Report) Reply

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