How Will You Kiss?

A poem written by Judith Pordon



- How will you kiss -

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Lilt me your lips,
our lost breath intermingling.



Synchronize our silence
as lazy hours ease by.

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Waft cocoa, hazelnut, cinnamon,
scents around me.

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Tremble with me
in paralyzing pauses.




I may no longer breathe...



...without breathing you.


11 comments:

  1. Stunningly lovely words and pictures!

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  2. What a beautiful way to start the day. Thanks Jazzy...

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  3. Nice! Funny you should post of kissing.

    I finally saw Velocity of Gary last night thanks to a very kind soul who sent me the movie.

    Oh, what a lucky Thomas Jane! To kiss him like that must have truly been a pleasure. I don't care if it was on set with a bunch of people.

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  4. *sigh* that's why I love poetry so much and put them together with VDO - perfect, just perfect Jazzy :))

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  5. Inspirational. I love poetry put to visual images. And Vincent's kissing always sparks a fire in my soul and other places as well. Ohlala!

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  6. Lovely...both the pictures and the words.

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  7. Oh wow!

    It makes me wish Ann would get back to her Robert E. Howard poetry posts.

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  8. Beautiful post, my dear! I read the words, but was hearing them in Vincent's voice! Perfection!

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  9. A stunning way to start the day..thank you yet again :-)

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  10. Great surprise... am paralysed by the photos. Congrats. :) Please do more of my poems!!! LOL
    Judith

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  11. Judith P.,
    so great you found this post! actually, i will use a further poem by you; your website is a source of inspiration.

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