a kiss

March 5, 2010
By waterwomen1414 BRONZE, Cave Juction, Oregon
waterwomen1414 BRONZE, Cave Juction, Oregon
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Favorite Quote:
the time will never be just right

A kiss filled with fear of time,
a soft wild and blind time.
to wisper from the depths of the heart,how blind we are not to see what is beneath.
To speak and shine of kissing nature,of loving thine to be mine. Belief of what is and what is not, how the trees blow and leaves fall to coshion,and
protect the feet from the rocky wall. your molten heart so wild and free, how tough your crusted heart,but tame your mellow to love to sing inthe heart of gearts. the wild wonder of the beating part, how we will the mother nature to bend and will. no more she screams wild to the violent beast.

The author's comments:
this is one of my very first poems and it is a nonsence poem therfor it is not suposed to make a lic of sence so if you dont under stand it then i have done my job well.

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