Sylvia Chidi

Rookie - 282 Points (Germany)

Sylvia Chidi Poems

81. Drunken Life 10/14/2005
82. Eleven Rules Of Football 10/19/2005
83. England Countryside Heaven 4/2/2015
84. Environmental Pollution 1/9/2006
85. Evil! 11/3/2006
86. Farewell My Friend 3/23/2006
87. Fear 1/30/2007
88. Fear Of Death 10/24/2005
89. Fire Burns! Fire Burns! 7/26/2012
90. Flowery Garden 10/20/2005
91. Forgotten Pain 6/18/2006
92. Fountain Of Love 12/30/2005
93. Freedom Is Walking 12/14/2007
94. Friendship With Romance! 2/24/2006
95. Funny 11/14/2006
96. Gently My Friend 10/14/2005
97. Good Bad Friendship 11/21/2005
98. Greed 10/4/2006
99. Green, Green And Green 10/4/2006
100. Guide Me To Your Heart 11/3/2005
101. Happiness 12/3/2005
102. Happy 7/15/2007
103. Happy Birthday 10/17/2005
104. Happy New Year 1/6/2010
105. Happy New Year My Dear 1/1/2008
106. Have You Ever Been Sick? 8/5/2006
107. Have You Got The Courage? 10/27/2006
108. He Was A One Night Stand 10/17/2005
109. Heaven They Say! 12/22/2005
110. History! 8/14/2006
111. Hold Not Thy Laughter 3/20/2006
112. Home Is Much More 4/18/2006
113. Homework 11/24/2005
114. Hope 10/7/2007
115. Hope And The Pope 3/13/2013
116. How Many Can A Man Love? 4/5/2006
117. I Am A Woman 6/8/2006
118. I Am Feeling Blue 5/23/2010
119. I Am Magnificent 12/8/2005
120. I Am None Wiser Than Before 9/5/2015
Best Poem of Sylvia Chidi

Kiss Me Slowly

Kissing is an art, one most master
Kissing slowly is better than faster

Kiss me slowly
Kiss me tenderly
Kiss me sweetly

Kiss me on the lips
Down to my finger tips

Delicately sample my nipples
Kiss it, tease it, rather simple

When done right, let me be precise
Kissing itself can be rather very nice

Kiss me slowly
Kiss me tenderly
Kiss me sweetly

Kiss my body inch by inch
Till it tickles and starts to flinch

Kiss me in the left and right ear
Whisper sweet words of passionate care

Kiss me by the neck
With ...

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Its Time To Let Go!

Its time to let go
I know!
I am holding on tight
As if it is my right
And its not

Its time to tie my shoe laces
With a knot and start walking on
Once where there was love,

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