DiAnne Douglass

Rookie (April 19,1990 - present / Hollywood, Florida, USA)

Story Of A Kiss - Poem by DiAnne Douglass

This is the story of a kiss
Sometimes heated with passion
Leaving lovers hot and wanting more
At times gentle and sweet
Full of feeling and unspoken words

Playful kisses between friend
Romantic kisses for lovers
Loving kisses from mothers
Awkward kisses too

A kiss in spring, when new love blooms
Summer time kisses, a time for play
Autumn kisses, as the leaves fall around us
Heated kisses in winter, among a snowflake blizzard

Cloudy day kiss, as the rain comes pouring down
Forbidden kiss, dark and full of passion
Vampire kiss, biting and sensational

Give me a secret kiss, just one between you and me
Kiss me at midnight on New Year's Eve
And under the mistletoe at Christmas
Under a starry sky, with no one watching but the moon

A slip of the tongue would do no harm
For a different kind of kiss
So many types of kisses that I wish to try
And I wish to try them all with you
Just please, don't kiss and tell

Comments about Story Of A Kiss by DiAnne Douglass

  • Rookie DiAnne Douglass (3/26/2009 9:51:00 PM)

    I actually wrote this poem after 'Kiss and Tell', so the last sentence was kind of funny at the time. A little joke between me and my readers. (Report) Reply

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Poem Submitted: Tuesday, January 27, 2009

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