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About the Poem

This is a poem I wrote for my husband, about a woman's need to feel appreciated and adored!

A Few Visitor Comments

Braden
This poem was very touching, I understood what the author was saying. Though i'm a guy, i still feel that reassurance of love by someone you adore is a great key to an awesome relationship.
keisha
omg, we thought this poem was so freakin great & we loved it very much. Keep ^ the good work & KEEP S*!
Claudia
very toching.

The Kiss

Wanting to be held, loved, adored -
To be kissed
Like lovers on a movie screen.
Needing the reassurance,
Those feelings of bliss . . .
That can only be evoked
By the passion of such a kiss.
To feel the epitome of love,
Not from words but a touch,
Those butterflies in my stomach
And those small cold chill bumps.
So hold me, and kiss me,
Show me once more
What feelings are evoked in you
When near the one you adore.

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