Author: Karla Bardanza
That kiss exploded in a kaleidoscope of sounds
Inside there was a moon leaning over to see
What else you could steal from me
You swallowed my everything
There nothing remains
Only stains of my lipstick here
And there to remind you
That my heart is blue
That kiss i didnít expect
My hands pushing you away
Your arms sneaking around my body
What to do? What to say?
But to run away
Comments on this poem/writing:
|Frederic Chopin (220.127.116.11) -- Friday, October 9 2009, 09:50 am|
....please come back my little butterfly and I will serenade you with a piano recital!
Your words keep waltzing in my mind!
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