Article Title:Your Kiss
Category:NZ Writing
Author or Credit:Annie Hensby
Published on:30th July 2006 - 10:33 pm
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Story ID:4693
Text:When we kissed… The velvet wet softness of your lips Transported me to another realm. The moist undulations of our lips Twirled my chakras in erotic whirls. I breathed your essence, And the scent of you elated my soul. We were as one, for that moment in time. The aching of the universe disappeared, Behind a veil of Impulsive passionate sensuality. As I inhaled you, Enchantment pervaded my inner spirit. When we kissed… Our inner restraints were discharged, Our spirits merged, Bonding the very essence of our beings. We were alive, totally together. In that momentary journey, We were as one, And at peace. Closed eyes blanketed the yearning of humanity, Yesterday's regrets and tomorrows hopes were forgotten… As we were living only for that moment. Souls in harmony… Sinking into bliss. Soaring as our lips met and caressed, We forgot the outer world. But - Your kiss was my nemesis For now I yearn for it, I yearn to hide from the universal ache, Once more, I yearn for you to Kiss me. welcomes short-format writing based on the joy of being gay or lesbian, whether it be verse, essays, anecdotes or personal insights. The format is not important, the joy is. Email your contributions to us, acknowledging that copyright beyond the environment of remains with the author, that the work is original, and that is authorised to publish it.     Annie Hensby - 30th July 2006
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