A Kiss - Poem by Leslie Alexis
I dipped my tongue to enjoy the sugary sweet.
Passion bloomed in thick syrupy emotions.
We stuck to each other enjoying the treat
That love had to offer - passionate kisses.
I dipped my tongue in a million nectars.
Joy blossomed in silent explosions.
Our Love is so great it outshines the stars;
Those are the moment spent in your arms.
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