On The Tip Of Your Tongue Poem by Anthony Dalby

On The Tip Of Your Tongue

Rating: 4.8


The tip
of your tongue
is hidden sweetness
in dark places
lying in soft crevices between silken sheets
veins of visceral potential
alliteration
words lying unspoken
wishes
half forgotten poems
dreams
yearnings and longings
possibilites
awesome fantasies
The swollen bud pushes out of its secret place
arching your lips to the light
to touch
the tip
of my tongue

COMMENTS OF THE POEM
Melia Candelaria 30 October 2007

really good---------------

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annie okia 22 May 2007

Lip licking good! ! ! alana

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Raymond Wright 07 November 2006

I always though that kissing was an art form... You've certainly proven my point! Wonderful poem. ~Ray

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Kelly marie Berry 28 February 2006

i love the way you write you speak the trutrh what you fell

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Dark Angel 22 February 2006

Made me think twice...about kissing an d how much i take it for granted..i'll savour it next time! ! ! Dark Angel: -*

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