Goodbye Kisses

Goodbye Kisses

A Poem by Gerry Legister

saying goodbye to the one you love is very hard


The last kiss says it all, with nothing else to say,

And you know you have been given a final thrill,

With silent words half turn to slowly walk away,

 The wind will blow them back when your heart is still.

Goodbye kisses leaves shadows of their image,

Sauntering along the ground and through the air,

Arise to haunt the moments with physical camouflage,

Evolve lips, hands, body, and engage the atmosphere.

Being in love, captures where desires springs,

Although some flavor may be full as they gently fall,

Yet not all lips can kiss with fire and feelings,

And give your heart indelibly; the very last thrill.

The last kiss I hardly felt, for me, it was far too quick,

To assured my vows, the choice chosen in my dream,

And while this illusion last, no other lover in the act,

I shall find but you, and happily romance in between.

Senses touch the nuzzling bite to invade persuasion,

Loves sweetest emotions finds the willing heart,

To share this wonderful pleasure of earthly passion,

And swap health to reign in the crush of parade impart.

The last kiss says it all, inseparable picturesque perfection,

The chiming clock in the mind, finds the sequence,

To fantasy and truth, and right from emotions to affection,

The attraction is different from a brush with chance.

© 2015 Gerry Legister

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Added on February 15, 2015
Last Updated on February 15, 2015
Tags: farewell, goodbye, leaving, gone, heartbeat, sorrow, pain


Gerry Legister
Gerry Legister

Sheffield , Silver Spring , Jamaica

Gerry is a gifted poet, who defines the difficulties of life with the simplicity of living by faith, his inspirational writing and artistic rendering has inspired many to find deeper faith in their be.. more..