Vera Sidhwa


Should I Kiss You Or Slap You? - Poem by Vera Sidhwa

You silly person,
You put your arm around me,
Then flung me away,
Just to make me recover from tripping.

You then came back to me,
You're silly as silly can be.
Should I hug you or slap you?
But you're fun to have around.

You shower me with cotton candy,
Then throw candy canes all over me.
Then you interrupt me, when I'm watching the news.
Should I kiss you or slap you?

You're as silly as silly can be.
When I play my guitar at night,
You sit next to me, and pluck all the wrong strings.
Should I kiss you or slap you?

I look at my mirror, to put on some make-up.
You come and spill all my lipsticks on our floor.
You're so like a child!
Should I kiss you or slap you?

I'm cooking your favorite supper,
Spaghetti with tomato sauce.
You place your finger in it and taste it.
Should I kiss you or slap you?

Are you my boy, or are you my man?
Are you so little or so mature?
Do you hug teddy bears or me?
Do you keep dirty hands or wash them?

Well, Teddy bears or me,
Sublime or silly,
Doesn't seem to matter to me.

I ALWAYS want to KISS you.

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Comments about Should I Kiss You Or Slap You? by Vera Sidhwa

  • (8/25/2012 4:16:00 PM)


    a really sweet engaging poem
    and it ends so nicely
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Poem Submitted: Saturday, August 25, 2012



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