Kiss For An Hour

Kiss For An Hour

There’s a red light falling
And her lips were moving,
Asked me to stop
What I was doing; – 2
*
Then she moves a little closer
And a chilled glass of beer,
She gave a big stare to me,
“Why all this pressure?”
*
All the sensations came alive.
She knew it was too much for me,
But she was in no mood to back away
On that day;
*
Now she pushed me in the corner,
Where you can’t see clear
Her hands were all over my hair,
She kissed me and didn’t stop until the next hour!
*
There’s a red light falling
And her lips were moving
Asked me to kiss now and never,
Then we kissed for an hour!
***

This is the 95th poem under the poetry journal “Isn’t She A Cape Crusader!” which aims to add 100 poems under 100 days. I missed nineteen days.

Read it and let me know in the comment how it was. You can read another seven (recent) poems on this blog page.

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