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A poem for that first kiss, or even all the kisses that feel like the first every time..

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Nate
This poem is very touching and the poet it awesome
Jase
I enjoyed this poem a lot. I geve my girlfriend a poem about our first kiss, and it was even more special since it was her first kiss ever. It really is a treasured moment, and you knew just how to capture it. 10 stars.
Bryar
I think this is one of the best poems I've ever seen I think its a great poem
Susie
This poem is wonderful it is just like that first kiss.

Love That Binds

Our lips meant for the first time
I wondered if love was truly blind
Your voice soft and calm
I feel as putty in your palm
Your eyes innocent and kind
Steal the world from my mind
Your touch so soft and gentle
As if being brushed by a rose
Destine I hope we are to be
For I've gotten use to saying we

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