A poem celebrating the quintessential passion of love.
Kiss Me goodbye,
My lips sigh to touch
Your soul, one last time.
Look at me when you
Leave your love
In the void of my lips.
Iet me live our moments
Of eternity, let it not
Pass with death.
Kiss Me goodbye,
I long to hold your breath,
In the softness of my soul.
Your deep kiss,
Your senseless rhythm,
Your irresistible loving eyes,
Your bold voice,
Let me consume it all.
Before I feel nothing,
Kiss Me goodbye.
More to read in our Valentine’s Day Special
Autumn Kiss – a love poem by Sufia Khatoon
Kiss Me Goodbye… – a love poem by Sufia Khatoon
Love Like Wine – a love poem by Dr Ampat Koshy
A Lover’s Plea – a musing by Ronald Tuhin D’Rozario
The Red Rose – a love story by Mallika Bhaumik
Togetherness – a love poem by Ramendra Kumar
Love is… – a love poem by Sunila Kamal Khemchandani
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