Andes Honison

Imagination No.1 - Poem by Andes Honison

Grabbed my waist, saw through my mind,
it was him who held my chin and kissed me hard.

Silence in the air, and frozen the time.

(He) Held my waist, I held my breath,
awaiting for his second shot.

His eyes were shimmering;
he smelled ravishingly;
his face looked true;
I’d fallen into that extravagant mood.

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Poem Submitted: Friday, June 13, 2008

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