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Father, I Kissed A Girl!

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Father, I kissed a girl!
I noticed she always looked when I pass
I noticed the smile when I pass
I noticed the red lips as I pass
I felt I should not just pass
My friend encouraged me not to just pass
Her friend encouraged her to wink as I pass
We encouraged ourselves as I was about to pass

Father, I kissed a girl!

I felt she was happy when I touched
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Friday, January 6, 2017
Topic(s) of this poem: kiss,law,youth
Rose Kanana 10 January 2017

Aisha i feel your sentiments. Charles Dickens was not wrong to assert that ‘The law is such an ass’, while Socrates said that ‘law is the correct judgment of the state'. We watch in awe how the prevailing circumstances of the bill shall dictate the future of our children in grade 10 or form 2. Good piece, good thoughts in a poetic form.

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Rajnish Manga 06 January 2017

An act of kissing captured by this narrative quite beautifully. I wonder what happened to the friends of the boy and the girl. Were they also rewarded in some way?

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Faith Maina 06 January 2017

What a nice poem! It shows how the law can be unfair to the boy child! ! It is enlightening and I like it very much.

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