Hillfigure Sackey

First Kiss - Poem by Hillfigure Sackey

Our eyes collided and I rode my first storm. Such strange pulsating emotions its meaning had no means of finding its way to me. Lost within the wondrous lyrics inked inside yours eyes my knee gives. Then your touch when it came was unlike any bestowed on me; smooth hard fingers caressed my face and as if led my lips gasped in answering, transfixed, you knew then you had found my poison.

Like a snake I watched your lips, eyes intent, lips burning, heart beating; pounding for your lips, yearning for the moment of complete ecstasy. An inch closer and my indrawn breath brings those eyes back to mine. I’m not sure what you see reflected back at you but you smile. As a helpless pawn in a game I do not know I mimic your smile. Countless of times I have thought of whose head descended first without coming to a conclusion; what I have concluded on however is the feel and firmness of your lips as it touched mine.

Our lips met again and you whispered Edna… this first kiss remains ingrained within my memories as my name remained on your lips.

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Poem Submitted: Friday, April 18, 2008

Poem Edited: Sunday, June 29, 2008

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