I toyed with this one, so many directions to go in, so many different kinds of kisses, kissing. The meet and greet, air kiss, the genuine type, the passionate, lingering kind. Poets United says you can write about any kind:
“Life, the gift of nature, Love, the gift of life, a Kiss, the gift of Love”
The last person you kissed
Your first kiss
The kiss you’ve always wanted
A child’s kiss
The relative you don’t want a kiss from
A goodbye kiss
These are a few suggestions, so I going to give it a go:
Trepidation arrives, eyes embrace
Delicate dance of tenderness
Moist, soft and supple intent
Souls gently meet
Gates open, as memories arrive
Pulse quickens, as bliss blushes
Time is transcended by
Parting of the ways,
I guess, I could best describe this as first seeing my husband coming back from a cruise, a six month deployment. When you first see your spouse again, it is nerve wracking. People are crying, screaming and cheering all around you! You first see the ship's brow arrive, then slowly it turns and makes head way.
The crowd on the dock is cheering and everyone has brought a poster or flag. There are new babies, newly married,grandparents, parents, young and old. People are waiting and the ship's crew, once in site is wearing their best, dress whites and aligned on the ship in formation. It is quite a site to behold. My husband's name is Don..
so I came up with a poster in yellow n' green..bright colors..think Mountain Dew colors. Don Deere we are over here...so he could see us in the blur of red,white and blue. We bought him a John Deere lawn mower, while he was away. He wanted one~ PDA(public displays of affection) is not for everyone...I'm okay with a kiss or holding hands, but not the long, lingering type of passion. It isn't my style; I'm more private, but not everyone is that way, it is fine. No judgment call, here...
So this is my return from sea kiss....in a sea of people surrounded by horns blaring, people cheering and confetti and roses. When he came towards me, I felt like I was in the movie, "An Officer and a Gentleman".
He had bought me a dozen red roses, all dressed in white..a moment I will never forget! I was in khaki dress with shells sewn on by hand..tiny ones. Sea and land meeting again....(now I can add a verse from my water poem) caress my soul, with foamy kisses~
This ISN'T my husband's ship, but this is a glimpse of my lifestyle : When you watch it look to the right;
a local network did a "Homecoming Tribute". My husband's ship is a destroyer
they follow a Carrier group(large ship being the aircraft carrier); He has a land job, for now~