Val Brooklyn Rogers
Kiss Of Kissings Instructions - Poem by Val Brooklyn Rogers
Is a kiss a kiss when in the air
And ever care where it FALLS blown
By one who loathes missing.
Blowing kisses more kissings
Contort the brow, perse your lips
Come forward plant the kiss.
So as not to worry whether you'll miss.
Feel the pleasure of good measure.
Stay and persist. A KISS of a kiss
Of caustiousness! Have patients
My gracious. Flow into it.
Poet's Notes about The Poem
And a funny theme I. Used. To hear from a favorite show. 'A HORSE IS A HORSE OF COURSE OF COURSE. YES. MR. ED.
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