The Greatest Feeling

Poem By Leise Landreth

One kiss,
A moment’s bliss.
My heart cold as night,
Has been given a great fright.

For one girl’s one favor longing,
Then first my heart was torn,
And soon despairs came thronging
To leave me pail and worn.

A thousand years, you said,
As our hearts melted.
I look at the hand you held,
The ache is heard to bear.

You told me I could when,
When no one else would.
I wish I where close,
To you as salt to a boy’s body.
I think of you always

It made me feel pretty,
Even through I am a bit Ditsy.
By the end of the day,
I have so much more to say,
But the thing that I am dieing to say to you,
Is that no matter what I will always still Love You.

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'One kiss, a moment's bliss....sounds spectacular! j.


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