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Author Name: Premiumsheedreams 6 Comments
Date Added: June 03, 2009 23:06:53 Average Score: (Needs 2)
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I Kissed a Cowboy
 
 
I kissed a cowboy...
yes, he was my first real, real kiss!
I invited him to go to the Sadie Hawkins dance
He was old enough to drive
So he picked me up in his Chevy Impala,
the one with the big back window
especially designed to bathe us in moonbeams
After the dance we parked
at the Perkins County Fair Grounds
How long can a couple of kids
  talk about nothing?
Then he finally kissed me!
A Kiss I have never forgotten
Like lightning mixed with warm butter!
The Cowboy and I have very recently
talked about that night...and about that kiss...
and have arrived at the same conclusion
Although we had both experienced
 one other kiss before this...
Our Kiss was the first
real, real kiss.
 
we will remain forever grateful
for a few good years...
teaching each other
how to kiss.
 
 
Author's Notes:
I wonder...is it our first kiss that tells us how much passion we will experience in our life?
So many first kisses...
When my husband to be kissed me for the first time, it was on my forehead and then my nose. I thought it was sweet at the time but looking back, it should have been a good indication of how much...or how little passion would enter our life.
 
 
 
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Comments:
Comment By: FreeCindy Bendel on September 6, 2010 11:30:01 PM Report
omg...we are kindred spirits!!! 
but I cannot go into that here ha ha 
your writing rocks gf
cindy = ) 


Comment By: FreeShe Whispers on June 5, 2009 11:16:41 PM Report
HAT FIRST KISS TELLS IT ALL....
 GREAT POEM...
 Hugs She Whispers

Comment By: Freejohn carter on June 5, 2009 03:56:30 AM Report
You should eat each other with that first kiss.

                                                      John (All puckered up)

Comment By: FreeSteve on June 4, 2009 07:47:27 AM Report
A moment sealed in time by....a kiss.
Comment By: FreeAmy on June 4, 2009 01:33:36 AM Report
lol...I loved the line "like lightning mixed with warm butter". That goes well with the cowboy image. As far as the 'about poem' goes, I'm not sure I would say first kiss passion or lack of it is a true indicator of passion long term. My ex husband knocked my socks off with the first but later down the road not so much....he could probably say the same of me. :o)

enjoyed the read

~Amy

Comment By: FreeFLETCHER on June 4, 2009 12:22:52 AM Report

A wonderful reflection. Got to love those first ones. Hope to never forget.
Wonderful write as always.


Fletch






 


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