Pete Heron


The Kiss - Poem by Pete Heron

A kiss,
The kiss,
A moment’s bliss,
Upon a face that has been kissed a thousand times before,

One kiss,
This kiss,
A silky hiss,
That tells its’ secret tales of what the butler saw,

Parted lips,
A moments’ pressure,
Painted lips,
A moments’ pleasure.


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Poem Submitted: Friday, May 7, 2004



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