Treasure Island

Sylvia Chidi


Miss Virginia does wish to kiss!

This is about the girl called Miss Virginia
Pencilled from the state of Pennsylvania
With enchanting lips spelt well fed
Beaming a sunny sunset of rosy red
She exercised a daily routine of kissing fashion
Induced by an early youth of kissing passion

She waited at the airport for his jumbo jet
As she quenched her last cigarette
Holding onto the moment
They first met on the Internet
She stares down his lips now to see what she can get

This bittersweet taste of a kiss
The unspeakable fusion of peace
O! Miss Virginia does wish to kiss
O! Miss Virginia does wish to kiss

With a simple touch of lipstick
Men will follow many a woman to the gallows
With legs and groins feeling weak
The kiss of life or death is a woman’s tomorrow

And like changing coloured leaves
This kiss can either die or conceive
This kiss can either lie or deceive
This kiss can be relied upon to bring relieve
To a troubled heart
That needs a new start

This bittersweet taste of a kiss
The unspeakable fusion of peace
O! Miss Virginia does wish to kiss
O! Miss Virginia does wish to kiss

And Miss Virginia will have her way
As their lips touch in mysterious ways
A kiss of love and a kiss of passion
Both have no thoughts of rationing
This beautiful moment of compassion

Copyright 2007 - Sylvia Chidi

Submitted: Wednesday, October 24, 2007
Edited: Tuesday, April 19, 2011
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