A Kiss

September 1, 2007
By Sydney Hollis, Sacramento, CA

A kiss, undone with gentle lips parted, Untwined by the hands of time To make all heaven envious Of God's equation with the stars and sky, You know it like the back of your hand, Familiar, yet each time better than the time before. Breathless, on a course, driven to divine emotions. Closure of what one desires from a true love. Closer still, like a honeybee's nectar, Sweet and savory, the taste lingers lightly Drawn back onto earth, compelled with such power Serenaded to music heard by none but two Tender love and devotion All in one tiny kiss.

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