The Perfect Kiss

Underneath the apple tree
In the cemetery
Amongst the stones an the souls

This moment I can not forget
When our lips met
And you touched my heart

Such a wonderful taste
With my hands around your waist
And your fingers running through my hair

The perfect kiss
I knew life wouldn’t get better than this
And it never did

by Donna Elouise James

Comments (2)

This poem talks about how the simplicity of one place can cause so much emotion and delight, with a simple kiss. I really like it.
Really honest and lovely. A great poem. I'm fairly new on here. Look forward to a visit over to my place. Steve