A Kiss - Poem by Nassy Fesharaki
I read a poem
It was cheap, industry
But still I liked it.
I should have and I did.
I am trained to be open to ideas;
Especially those that are
Different from me
So kiss was a kiss
It is just lips.
Pressing them; stiff.
At a time that mind is like a feather, silly in scene.
So I can wrap up.
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