Mark McGinn


Your Kiss - Poem by Mark McGinn

Suddenly, I realized you are kissing me.
The perfect touch of your lips
On my cheek lasts but a moment.
But the stillness and clarity are
Instantly eternal. In that moment I feel part of a love
That cannot be apart; a love that
Has always been and shall be, always.
Your kiss, your touch, your love will never
Leave me. I am yours now and forever
As I have always been yours.


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Poem Submitted: Tuesday, January 25, 2005



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