Cast In A Kiss (poem)

Soft kisses which were cast heart beats ago

Still draped in dreams which whisper from a past

Which held the hopes a love made there would last

Long past all need to ever let you go


And all the wishes kisses had to cast

Where made to frame our gentle lovers’ glow

Whose flow would grow till all the world would know

What roses grow in groves which lovers passed


A world where tattered dreams begun to fray

Are mildly mended blended back to bliss


While darkness draws dim covers in our way

Fine flowers find warm beds from all of this


And wonders beyond all which words will say

To think that this was cast amidst a kiss

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billybuc 20 months ago from Olympia, WA

You are an artist of words, Martin!

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Faith Reaper 20 months ago from southern USA

I believe I am going to start calling you the kissing poet for almost every poem you write is either about kisses or has the word kiss in it, which is lovely!

That video is beyond sweet, sweet, sweet.

Up ++++ tweeting, pinning, G+ and sharing

God bless you

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bravewarrior 20 months ago from Central Florida

All it takes is a kiss to mend the broken. What if everyone in the world came together at a given moment and shared a kiss? Would we be one step closer to peace?

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tillsontitan 20 months ago from New York

"Are mildly mended blended back to bliss" important and powerful is a kiss! Beautifully said Martin. What relationship hasn't started with a kiss?

Voted up, beautiful, and interesting.

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brakel2 20 months ago from Oklahoma City, Oklahoma

Hi Martin - This poem and video portray romance and love filled with splendor. Your description of kisses has good use of alliteration. I truly enjoy your poetry. I used to write poetry, but have not done so in quite a while. Thanks for sharing your words. Blessings, Audrey

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The Examiner-1 19 months ago

I am becoming tongue-tied tonight when I read these Martin but this was lovely. I voted it up and pinned it.


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