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Mar 2013
How do I deskribe a kiss?
The most blessed of gifts:
It's the keystone of romance,
Kaleidoscope of lips.

It knocks me all off kilter,
Like a kick right to the knee.
But it doesn't hurt, it's keen and kind...
At least initially.

A kiss kannot be shared with kith,
Nor relative or kin.
Just with one who's only kismet
Needs me to kindle its flame's begin

Karma, too, works through the kiss:
She uses Koalemos to kayo.
But so does Keb, the kinder god,
who kills the kildness- my heart's snow.

Still, how do I deskribe a kiss?
Kamikaze? Prepared to ****?
Or delikate as floating kites of kids?
Definition eludes me still.
Lexiconical Quinn
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Lexiconical Quinn  Fort Collins
(Fort Collins)   
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