French Kisses - Poem by christal pearl
did you ever notice how...
rain is so sweet when you stick out your tongue?
it's easy to love
hard to stop.
you can see your entire life in the right eyes
Eyes can't talk aloud though
Good for them
They're never confused by volume
I wonder if...if were a fifth i'd be drunk
Ever notice blindness focuses the will like no other
Ever know a home like the mouth
Not me Secrets and all
With a wet wonderment that soaks the streets
Nevermind..there are no streets
Soaks the sheets instead
And what of a brow
None sweeter than a tickle
I'd love something to rub against
Noses are for the scent of your lips
Which leads us back to the mouth
Let us pray and press and caress
We're so free
I love you
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