Kismet

Kismet

A Poem by Chris
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(a little light romance)

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when our lips met in breathless tender touch
as eyelids drew their blinds on bustling world
let memories of that moment's state of bliss
reside inside our minds for all of time
as butterflies chased moonbeams in night's dark
two hearts entwined like grapes grown on a vine
while stars saluted pathways edged in bright
those feet were floating six feet off the ground
the axis of the planet came adrift
all sense of time departed when we kissed

© 2021 Chris


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Well, there are kisses and then there are kisses. The one described here seems to have triggered something like a mystical experience. You usually read about these only in romance novels (not that I read romance novels). As I recall, kismet means fate. That we all might be so fated.

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Chris

1 Week Ago

I don't read romance novels either John :) Thank you so much for stopping by.but I have got an imagi.. read more



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Light romance... your poetry is so light and fluffy and feathery here, a perfect word to describe, dreamy! But with a lot of wiseness underneath, and the word usage is perfect. Just so intricate and wonderfully put. Thank you for sharing such a wonderful, butterfly-inducing piece!















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Chris

4 Days Ago

Thank you Colacat. Really appreciate you stopping by.

Chris
This is a stunning write Chris
Felt myself pucker up as I read.
Really enjoy how you present your writing
Has a unique touch
Always interesting

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Chris

4 Days Ago

Thank you Tepo. Your visit appreciated as is your encouragement.

Chris
Well, there are kisses and then there are kisses. The one described here seems to have triggered something like a mystical experience. You usually read about these only in romance novels (not that I read romance novels). As I recall, kismet means fate. That we all might be so fated.

Posted 1 Week Ago


1 of 1 people found this review constructive.

Chris

1 Week Ago

I don't read romance novels either John :) Thank you so much for stopping by.but I have got an imagi.. read more
Oh yes that feeling, I'm almost reliving my first kiss with this poem
As butterflies chased moonbeams in night's dark... This creates a truly captivating image of two playful lovers in the dark. A beautiful poem Chris ❤️

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Chris

1 Week Ago

Thank you Seuwandi for a great review. Pleased you enjoyed the read. All the best.

Ch.. read more
There is such a spiritual quality to love that you have painted so evocative in this wonderful poem. Amazing job. Continued success with your writing journey

Posted 3 Weeks Ago


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Chris

3 Weeks Ago

Thank you Carlos for your visit and for leaving me such a generous review.

Chris
wonderful & emotive writing chris
i don't think I could write like that.

my first time back here in a year & half, since the start of covid.
cheerio carola

Posted 3 Weeks Ago


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Chris

3 Weeks Ago

Dear Carola, welcome back here after 18 months of covid. Really good to see you. Thanks for checking.. read more
Hello, Christine! That's a serious kiss. Be careful, you're liable to get lost in space behaving like that. Haha
Thanks for sharing.

Posted 3 Weeks Ago


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Chris

3 Weeks Ago

First kiss, can't you remember feeling a bit heady? As though you were floating lol. Thanks Mattavel.. read more
mattavelli

3 Weeks Ago

My first kiss was part of a lusty sofa experience. And embarrassingly, I had a bit of adrenalin shak.. read more
Chris

3 Weeks Ago

Memorable though eh?
Soaring, yes soaring! It isn't possible to forget that first kiss!

Take care - Dave

Posted 4 Weeks Ago


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Chris

4 Weeks Ago

You are so right there Dave. Thank you. Take care.

Chris
This is so lovely, much enjoyed your poem here Chris.

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Chris

4 Weeks Ago

I really appreciate you stopping by. Thank you so much Unspoken.

Chris
Strangely, my mind as reading this happens to project a vivid imagery of this. Really, like the imagery and the words just flows smoothly. I am intrigued by what could have inspired you to write an amazing piece.

Posted 4 Weeks Ago


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Chris

4 Weeks Ago

Thank you Lavi. From a memory a long time ago. Pleased you liked the imagery. I try to paint picture.. read more

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