Kisses Poem by Alexander Thomas

Kisses



Enraptured bliss if when we kiss…
The heart skips to meet longing lips,
For love's soft patter of stars to scatter,
A flutter of tiny hearts that eagerly darts,
Butterflies skirt with romance to flirt,
The body thirsts for the pleasure that bursts,
Crisp and fresh those joys of glancing flesh,
So thick and flush and tender and lush,
That sparkling feeling that sends us reeling,
Those moments we cherish that quickly perish,
Long have I chased that sweet, sweet taste…

Big kisses, little kisses, pouting kisses,
French kisses, amorous kisses….. xxxxx

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