Kisses - Poem by Isunge Mwangase
Blown kisses are kisses wasted,
Kisses are meant to be tasted,
Their sweetness to be savored,
Each one is differently flavored.
A kiss' divinity begins at the lip
Being drunk before even one sip,
Of the dew like dripping nectar,
Oh my lady, more of your philtre!
(Co-written With Chifwanti Zulu)
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