maria sudibyo

(280883 / parist van java)

Morning Kiss


It was a kiss
A kiss in the morning mist
But she doesn’t know whose lips it is
She doesn’t know who ghostly touches her heart

It was a kiss
It was definitely a kiss that wakes her sleep
But she wonders now whether she still dreaming or not

It was a kiss
It was a sweet and dark kiss
Who dares to sneak in her room and steal her lips?

Maybe he is a secret admirer
Maybe he is a desperate lover
Maybe he is a heartbreak murder

It was a kiss
A kiss that makes this morning strangely bright
And she wants to forget, she starts to keep smiling all the time

It was a kiss
A kiss that brief and suddenly came to her cold and calm life
It changes her feeling
And she can’t control the world anymore

Submitted: Friday, December 03, 2010

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