What A Kiss Does - Poem by Jeri Martindale
I am standing in the light again
no longer in the darkness
The beautiful colors so far away
so long since I laid my eyes upon them.
My heart beats loudly
inside my tiny body
My eyes now shine and sparkle.
A smile fills my face
your fingers caress my skin
your lips touch mine with a kiss
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