Lisa West (2031-1985 / Earth)
Wanda’s Song in the Secret Garden of Kisses
I look into your eyes and for one moment see you,
all of you.
Your mind and soul naked to me,
we stand face to face,
I look into your eyes,
we stand closer,
Our souls bare and open,
We stand closer,
our eyes locked in a deep embrace,
our pubic puffs light touch and the hair gently entangles,
our hearts touch and they entangle in a knot that can not be undone.
You shiver and are cold,
I hold you to warm you.
I kiss you,
and you cry tears of joy,
so I kiss you again to calm you,
warm and secure in the knowledge.
I kiss your neck,
I slowly dropp to my knees kissing your body all the way down,
I kiss your womanly tummy and you shutter,
I slid further down kissing all the way,
you are warm and happy,
not just for the kiss but for the love the kiss brings to you,
the perfect moment in time,
when the universe is in sync
I am on my knees and I am kissing you,
a soulful kiss that is larger than the corporeal
that is beyond the flesh,
but as mortals,
we can only express ourselves through our flesh, actions and word and thoughts.
I kiss your heart but more importantly I kiss your soul,
your heart may forget but your soul never will for all time.
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