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Tuesday, 30 August 2011

Bubblegum Kisses

                 



               Bubblegum Kisses                       
Bubblegum kisses  
    a passage of course,               
just a natures way.
Of showing its force!

From playground games 
and childhood shames. 
A mutual adoration.breeds.

A Shy, fumbling approach,
as adult feelings encroach
on your childhood,
unblemished  

A friendship about to change
Innocence is the exchange 
for confused emotions
all brand new

Bubblegum kisses,
are a passage of course
Just a natures way of showing its force!

Tho tread with care, 
Ensure true love is there.
for that first kiss
Should be pure bliss!

Bubblegum kisses can be the sweetest,
Or a complete and utter misery.
Those first kisses are dependant. 
Upon a well executed delivery. 


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4 comments:

  1. Love the title. Fits the idea of a first kiss perfectly. Love the poem!

    My entry: http://charleslmashburn.wordpress.com/2011/08/28/forever-changed-2/

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  2. This is a wonderful first love poem. I really like your title. My entry this week is http://gatelesspassage.com/2011/08/29/the-one-and-only-kiss

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  3. this is super creative and impressive.
    Cheers.

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  4. super sweet as and so well written flow of prose from the title to the poetry it self you have turned this sweet sound of bubblegum kiss to the maturing of life and the innocence of child world ;)) always beez x

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