It was a kiss, a kiss that sips
Sun stretched its roots to earth from air
The earth's veins boiled, from fire of lips
Like lightning flashes when away flips
Hummed form toes' nails to the hair.
I know not who the first kiss allowed
That we were fit was not a wonder
Tell me what happened within the cloud
When fire is kindled with lightening out loud
Towards the earth with rain and thunder.
A former kiss, wants other kisses
But oh that kiss was dearly precious
When longing hurts and winds the fires
I come to you thirsty with wishes
For I do fear there'll not be others.
This poem has not been translated into any other language yet.I would like to translate this poem