Jellyfish Kisses

February 25, 2010
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Your eyes are stained glass green
On a blue sky Sunday morning

Your heart beats a sermon and
I would love to sing a gospel accompanied
By your organs


Let me turn your wine into water
We can drink until we turn translucent
And our blue blood cheeks
Begin to look like jellyfish

Electric tentacle tongues
This is only how we kiss
With enough sparks to numb our lips

Lets kiss ourselves stupid
Until we can't find our tongues
Lets kiss until our lips bruise

Then lets lace our fingers so tight together that
They lock
And kiss some more until
the shocks make our hearts stop

And when our Energy moves on
To heaven or wherever
I can be comforted by the thought that
We will go there together

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MissFaber said...
Mar. 23, 2010 at 2:48 pm
dont remove the last line!!! its the perfect way to end the poem. you don't find many poems about kissing, and i really liekd this one!
plz comment and rate my stuff? thanks!
FondduLac said...
Mar. 10, 2010 at 6:49 pm
This is my own work. I dont really like the last verse. I feel like its too obvious, too abstract. Could I do with out it? any suggestions?
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