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Remembrance Of A Kiss
by Valerie  Winkle

I HAVE BEEN KISSED 
BY A GENTLE WHISPER-

A MAN WITH EYES BLUER 
THAN THE RAGING SEA-

LIPS OF FIRE, A TONGUE SWEETER
THAN BLACKBERRIES, FRESH FROM THE VINE-

THIS KISS, MY STRONGEST DESIRE
HIS BODY, LIKE A SWEET INCENSE
BURNING MY SENSE OF SMELL

THE BEAUTY OF THIS KISS 
I WILL ALWAYS REMEMBER SO WELL.
        
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Poem ID: 27678   Poem Posted: 2/29/2000
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