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This poem is about my dream kiss with the girl of my dreams. And that we would be able to speak with just a look, and with out saying a word. I just hope one day it comes true.
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|by Brandon J Rodriguez
I stair into your beautiful brown eyes,
I can feel the blood rushing throughout my body.
And as I brush the hair out of your face,
I slide my hand down your soft slender cheek,
as my skin touches yours, our hearts beat faster.
As you run your hands through my hair
I lean towards you,
I breathe you in.
And when our eyes close, our lips meet.
Our kiss is soft and wet,
smooth and warm,
sensuous and passionate.
The kiss hits our whole bodies like a tidal wave.
We both feel all of our emotion at once,
it's a feeling words can't describe.
As we pull away, you look into my eyes
and I look into yours,
we smile realizing that was our first kiss,
And it wasn't going to be our last.
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