Brouce Mompremier

Kiss Me

Kiss me so I can know how you feel so I can know how you taste, kiss my lips and I’ll kiss yours put those lips to use just choose a place
Kiss me lick me so I can fell your tongue, and I’ll lick you back not asking where all this is coming from
Kiss me so I have an excuse to bite you below, a bite both soft and hard telling this moment I won’t let go
That ring shines bright behind a smile that solidifies your face, so I say kiss me because I’m tired of pleading my case

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Poem Submitted: Wednesday, June 4, 2008

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