a kiss

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a night remembered by the whispers in the dark and breathy sighs shared between two young lovers speaking through shaking hands 
 A kiss feels like childhood When you make a PB&J You spread the peanut butter and jelly on the bread unevenly at first. Though eventually you get into the rhythm
Heart in a bird cage, rough hands wrapped around my throat gently soothing down, seducing fear inviting death, sweet and bitter.
In my dream we were dared to kiss. I never thought we would till you did. So surprised was I at this That the feelings I once hid I could now not dismiss.   That kiss felt so surreal…
It was a fleeting romance, My main memory is her lips, The salt water heavy on my own, It should have prepared me, For the damage her crashing waves did, She was a hurricane and I didn’t notice,
  We passed the field by my house, Where you used to say sorry; Words never held meaning for you Without smoke kissing lips.   I never should have. I waited too long didn't I honey?
Kiss me now kiss me right now Your lips so soft i can feel the sound of it on my lips Kiss so special, so perfect so right Eyes engage for an endless night Kiss so sensual
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