the kiss


cold noses in the winter kissed,
wet noses on your kitty too,

one must always kiss the lonely missed,
n’ pink shiny babies who are brandy new!

there’s kisses we all don’t often see,

yet they’re happening all round us n’ about,
when kissed we all oft’ squeal with glee,
at red lips all puckered when thrust out,

this poem’s ’bout a girl her name being Avery, 

at a place faraway on a white windy beach,
seagulls prancing n’ dancing as she walked alone daily,
twas little to do n’ no destination to reach,

n’ so on each day at the same time she walked,

her shoes off as the oceans spray tickled toe tips,
she spoke to herself as toes played with the sands,
tiny feet scribbling pictures that were ever so grand,

one day as she talked spoke a voice not her own ..,

looking up into eyes ocean blue .. with surprise, 
twas a boy much like her, taller tho with long hair,
startled n’ frightened “ooh my!” she replied,

his words were drowned out by the din of the ocean, 

from his lips all twas heard were the sea gulls loud cries,

what’s that Avery spoke  “I can’t hear you” she shouted,

as his voice became louder ‘I’m quite sorry I scared you’, 
shouted back the face with a smile,

she had been alone so she thought, but

then at once startled, there he was standing …,
he kneeled down as he reached at a shell in the sand,
“look at this beauty” … “it’s ever so grand”,

forgetting herself Avery said “oh yes, yes oh my”

“here for you” the bright face looking up did reply,

he stood suddenly taller n’ kissing the shell, then handing it down [to her]

“goodbye my dear fellow”

she laughed looking up kissed the shell too, while the sun hovered over,
“something found” the voice said, “something lost, something new” Avery replied,

Covering her eyes from the sun, 

Avery glanced up smiling hardly seeing the face,

just a broad smile n’ a voice drowning in the sound of wind, 
twirling hair racing about both of their faces,

“my names jeramy” said the voice, she replied “Avery” then laughed

“would you mind if I strolled along side you?”

“not at all” then they both slowly walked,

not a sound from their lips as they both glanced about,

looking up looking down,
toes in sand kicking out,

twas a while that had passed, not a word nor a whisper,
’til both spoke at once, N’ then laughing stood still …,

up above the clouds waited as the waves hushed in silence,

as eternity passed they each looked at the other ’til … 

they kissed

coral atlas

Posted in Coral Atlas, Friends, Lovers, Moon Sun Stars, Poetry, Relationships, Romance and tagged , , , , , , , .