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A kiss taken

“A kiss is a lovely trick designed by nature to stop speech when words become superfluous.” ~ Ingrid Bergman; Swedish actress.

“A kiss is a lovely trick designed by nature to stop speech when words become superfluous.”  ~ Ingrid Bergman; Swedish actress.

The difference in essence between man and woman is that God-substance makes it so that they would inevitably—because naturally they should—attract each other.  And, in fact, is that difference which can make us whole again, as a family forms and everyone adopts their role.  We should embrace that difference which assigns man the heavenly sphere of wisdom, and to woman that glow of superb beauty, true love and devotion; although neither belongs exclusively to either one.
The truth is that both parts should have all of the above to succeed in the long run.  Fortunately for us, the beauty of a good woman, only if we men know how to appreciate it, can wake in us that drive and wisdom to be better men, better individuals, and better companions in all walks of life.

Beauty, we see it. Music, we hear it. Fragrance, we scent it. Taste and touch, we feel it. Lovely words in communication, we feel compelled to follow if we ponder them and understand them.  But the soul senses all these and becomes one.

A Kiss Taken.

The stories of love are many,
Failed and immature as any;
Yet the spirit of compromise,
Strength and faith in your eyes.

Challenges of unhealthy nature arise
While the hopeless broken heart cries;
Friendships dissolved and forgotten,
Not true love, some illusion now rotten.

A new dawn emerged and we remained,
Shy at first but deep care was trained;
Slow emotions, love without rushing,
Evolving friends, we were blushing.

A kiss on the forehead meant ‘friend,’
A kiss on the soul meant ‘without end;’
Sparks were beyond the past memory,
Sparks were giving new loving energy.

You were the one shy and protective,
Of your blooming emotions selective.
That night from you a kiss was taken,
And both our hearts were shaken.


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“Limitations live in our minds, but if we use our imaginations, our possibilities become limitless.” ~Jamie Paolinetti; writer and director.

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