N.S. Colette


Kiss - Poem by N.S. Colette

Hearts racing
Hands shaking
Nerves sending fire through my body
Anticipation has me growing quite weary
It's coming closer
Can't hide now
You will have to see my softer side
Just inches now
My stomach begins to flip
Ever closer
I can feel your warm breath mixed with mine
In an instant your lips will be on mine
Do I pull, try to hide, or face that longing I have so deep inside
To late now your lips have met mine
I feel your hands tangled in my hair
Your sweetness is more than I can bear
Deep in my chest I feel a rumble
That wall of mine is beginning to crumble
But I know in my heart that as long as I have your kiss I will never
tumble


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Poem Submitted: Friday, August 10, 2012

Poem Edited: Saturday, August 11, 2012


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