Poems About: KISS
Poems on / about :
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325.Tari; The Greatest Magic
Temptress the sorceress brimful of black-magic;
hereby kisses boom of brill wizard.
Kisses to choleric black-out.
Kisses to trace chirping of citations. read more »Ebi Robert
326.*Just Kiss Me Again*
Please kiss me again,
Your lips are soft,
Like angel wings,
But when you leave me I die, read more »Tin Mouse
327.villanelle of villanelles
VILLANELLE OF VILLANELLES
Your love is surely better than strong wine,
The scent of fragrant perfume is your name, read more »gershon hepner
328.A Kiss That Made Me Immortal
He kissed her subtle lips
Rosy and gentle with such peace
He lean over with a tear drops
spash on her cheek read more »Perinisese Serafina Valo Jamaisvous Loleni
329.My Sweet Heart
My skin bare, my sweetheart
Dances and move randomly
She kisses me all over me
The cool kisses transmitted impulses read more »Raskome Gabriel Eyaefe
330.It Was My First Kiss
The first kiss generally people do not tell about,
If you can't believe me, you may test others,
I guarantee you,
They won't read more »Bijay Kant Dubey
His kisses in my dreams haunt me.
What will his kisses feel like upon my lips and body?
His kisses stirs a hidden passion within my essence, I have never felt before.
How can his haunting kisses move like waves of passion I must surrender too? read more »Firestar Christopoulos
You kiss, cheerful, inside of my house.
You kiss, my soul is arousing.
Sometime your kisses explode.
Near you, my life is happy. read more »Natasa Tocuc
333.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 read more »Sylvia Chidi
334.I'Need a kiss
Sunday is a holiday then we are going to that place.
That silent place full of silence, we are there standing,
we saw the so many coloured greenish leaves big trees.
so many birds, and butterflies decorating the blue sky read more »Dwi utami
335.YOUR KISS SONG
And I love
When you kiss me read more »Aldo Kraas