Treasure Island

Rev The Poet

(Tanat Valley)

That Little Kiss


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On a black and white day
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where even the sun was grey,
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I explored the wondrous library
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all was slow, odd, calm and queer
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then bringing colour to this day
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your face did appear

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It return'ed life to my sleeping heart,
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brought back happiness to my life of dark

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and to make sure my heart kept beating
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you delivered me a kiss - what a heavenly meeting

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thy soft, cool lips against mine,
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wishing it could last a divine lifetime
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a beautiful surprise to lighten my day
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Your tingling touch, please lets not part again

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your pale face and long fine hair
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imprinted in my mind
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yes, I do wander, I do care
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If you are my final find.

Submitted: Monday, April 29, 2013
Edited: Friday, May 10, 2013

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