Part 11 - Kiss Me, Already - Poem by Leslie Alexis
Kiss Me, Already (Part Eleven)
Kiss me, kiss me, kiss me, kiss me, kiss me!
Kiss me because you can; I am your man;
For this kiss; and again for sake of love.
Let this kiss cling to yesterday’s passions
And reach for tomorrows’ hopes of us;
Go to the sea when tides are high, and go
To the mountains as rain falls; wet your lips,
Then come kiss me that I also might know
Of the waters you have been made to know.
Let it be that when we kiss, in your eyes
I would see you, and in my eyes; you; me,
For that is the measure of becoming one.
Kiss with such passion that we’ll see rainbows,
Kiss me, kiss me, I love the taste thereof;
Copyright © 2010 Leslie Alexis
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