Don't Kiss Me Goodnight
Not willing to let you go,
Enchanted by your beauty,
Along with the moon shining bright on your face,
I don't want to kiss 'goodnight'.
Time to depart rings aloud in our senses,
With you gone, I will lose the essence,
Of this lovely lonely night,
Don't want to kiss you goodnight.
Still holding your soft hands,
Hungry to taste your moist lips,
I better starve, while we have some jives,
Cause a kiss could mean 'Goodnight'.
Crazy to hear you talk more,
Drunken by your sweet voices,
I love to hear them all night long,
So don’t kiss me ‘Goodnight’
As I lead you to your home,
You try to perform the ritual,
Standing on a stair, leaning forward,
I hate this moment of silence,
I back off and say ‘Don’t kiss me goodnight!’
Comments on this poem/writing:
|Newage Caveman (22.214.171.124) -- Friday, June 2 2006, 03:52 pm|
Super duper...Good work Sweet Venom...Love brings out the best in poet...ain't it?
|Sweetvenom (126.96.36.199) -- Tuesday, June 6 2006, 05:33 pm|
Thanks a lot caveman!
|Razor to the Rozary (188.8.131.52) -- Wednesday, June 14 2006, 04:26 pm|
wow..that was amazing! It makes me want to find love..lol
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