License To Kiss (poem)

The way I start each day let’s say a kiss

No need to season reason anymore

To miss a chance to kiss would be remiss

For we abide beside love’s kisses’ shore

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Too old to scold two lovers bold as we

Our youth shouts out a truth that they may find

These eyes that lack their clarity to see

Fine sage of age no kisses left behind

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Why can’t a husband freely kiss his wife

What magazine makes laws that we’re now old

A kiss once sealed the license of our life

With life we learned to make our kissing bold

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So with this license I sense I am free

To kiss the Miss wherever we may be

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Kara Skinner 15 months ago from Maine

I love this poem! It's so beautiful and powerful.


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MizBejabbers 15 months ago

Very good. I loved your rhyming as well as the thought behind the words.


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bravewarrior 15 months ago from Central Florida

The license to kiss never expires. That's awesome.


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Gypsy Rose Lee 15 months ago from Riga, Latvia

Nice real nice. I used to walk around as a teenager with a Licence to Kiss in my wallet. lol Forgot where I got that.

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