I Can Finally Catch My Breath

Poem By Reginald Goodridge

Really, those lips were so much for my to handle

Like kissing a cloud, misty and smooth

Very round and supple, very smooth, very wet

And breathing half with my heart, half with my head

I lost the pace and was immobilized with her lips

AAAAAHHHHHHHH, to breath again...

Comments about I Can Finally Catch My Breath

I find this short piece rather droll and feel it says a lot. Every pair of lips kisses differently, certainly. And like a cloud...I'm trying to feel that. And I think most of us, at least once in our lives, have been 'caught' in a long kiss, thinking, 'when will this be over? '! : -)


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