A Kiss Says It All - Poem by Gerry Legister
We kiss long before we say goodbye,
And you feel lasting passion to thrill,
When there is nothing more to say
The flavor of love walk tall.
Goodbye kisses leaves shadows
Of soft imploding image,
Sauntering along the morrows
With physical camouflage
A kiss prized the heart open
And bring a message through the air,
Arise to haunt everything
Eyes lips and hands share
Engage the waiting atmosphere
Being in love captures desires
The flavor of spring and summer
Gives a heart the greatest pleasures
Although some kisses gently fall,
Not all lips kiss with fire and feelings,
Though they kiss the skin to make a thrill
Indelible moment await the timing.
Kiss me if you mean to marry, Kiss me now, kiss me quick,
For I need reassuring of my vows, my choice, my dream,
And while this illusion last, no other lover than this fact,
I shall find you, and happily romance in between.
Senses touch the nuzzling bite to invade persuasion,
Loves sweetest emotions finds the willing heart,
To share this wonderful pleasure of earthly passion,
And swap health to reign in the crush of parade impart.
The power of the body, comes in language of friendship,
With signals of love, daring to win secrets that attracts,
Flirting men and women into deeper relationship,
By unspoken behavior the seduction stimulates.
A kiss says it all, inseparable picturesque perfection,
The chiming clock in the mind, finds the sequence,
To fantasy and truth, and right from emotions to affection,
The attraction is different from a brush with chance.
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