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The geese kiss the grass
Nibbling for food

The waves kiss the shore of the lake

The air smells of nature
And I breathe in freshness, grace, and godliness
The breezes kiss me
And I know you are near

Birds of a feather flock together, they say
And so does the family
Where so many can fly
And all soar on the wings of love

I see my little girl's eyes dance like the leaves
Clad in sweater and jeans
Her hair wild and blowing in the breeze
And fall is my favorite season

The pounding of my heart
Drowns out all other sounds

Pitter patter

The sub sparkles like sugar on the lake
Dazzling before my eyes
Which are also blinded by the sun

My backyard, a pastoral song
Robins, sparrows, mocking birds and robins
Gently guide through this Eden
The dog gestures black against the green green grass

Strawberry banana pancakes
Are a delight to my palette
As you always were
In your body suit

My garden gives me a sense of beauty
Just like a soft and touching melody

Like a lytic I feel was written just for me

Even the breeze smells of spring
And new beginnings
Of time well spent
And time to come

I dream of an ocean front encounter
In a restaurant with ocean breezes
Blowing through open French doors
And white tablecloths

The Best Poem Of Janie Wassler

The Kiss

The geese kiss the grass
Nibbling for food

The waves kiss the shore of the lake

The dog kisses the hand that feeds it

The birds kiss the sky

The branches kiss the tree

Then why oh why do you not kiss me?

What would that be like?
Oh to be kissed, and to kiss,
to kiss as the Parisians
For now and for always
Your kiss silently on my lips
Remaining long after time...

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