Michael Peterson

Rookie - 10 Points (Janesville, Wisconsin)

First Kiss


It's been years, many kisses
remembering that first kiss
after a date, behind a tree
on the playground, in the park
at the beach, at the movies
a romantic picnic or dinner
that special moment
the heat of passion
a sense of love
true or not, sparks did fly
a soft one, a hard one
sloppy or perfect
the kiss will be forever in our minds
lots of love, lots of slaps
to all the first kiss stands out
to many a kiss is a kiss
but the first will last forever
to remember that kiss
makes me miss the times we had
growing up so fast.
I wonder where my first kiss is
do you ever wonder where your first kiss went.
everyday the first kiss happens
the magic starts over and over
but my first kiss was in the rain
with a gal name Renee
I will cherish that first kiss

Submitted: Monday, August 27, 2012
Edited: Saturday, October 26, 2013

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