Singularity-The World's Best Kiss
You touched my cheek and folded into me
I looked into eyes that smiled into my soul
Your arms encircled me, drawing me close
My lips touched yours and the taste of you flowed into me
An underground spring
Filling my senses
Two melting to one
The long, intoxicating drink
The taking and giving
Mass and energy
Out of consciousness
Out of breath
I held you like my own heart
Your touch on my skin
Your breath in my mouth
More real than my mind
More a part of me than my pulse
Than my dreams
Time slowed and reality ebbed out into the street
Draining out to the ocean
Our colors blending
We pulled back and the smile in your eyes echoed back from mine
The Garden of Eden in short streets
The cradle of existence as
Drawn by an invisible force
The universe folding into itself as you gaze at me
As my hand brushes a curl from your cheek
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