Poems and Poetry

Stolen Kisses | A Poem by G.S. Katz

we shouldn’t be
doing this
stolen kisses
taken in dark corners
away from peering eyes
he’ll never kiss you
like I will
he takes you for granted
I take you for passion
you are mine
for just a little while
stolen kisses
thieves in the night
your blissful lips
on mine
tongues colliding
love dance

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