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I like walking on the beach. It is good for the mind, body, and soul – and refreshing on my feet.
Today is a beautiful day. The sky is clear, the air is warm, the breeze is light, the water is refreshing, and with the tide low, the beach is great for walking. While the water caresses my feet, the breeze and sun kiss my face. The feeling is bliss – maybe more. Besides, the day is perfect for the topic.
Kiss – a special touch involving lips – lips to hands, lips to a cheek, lips to lips.
Kiss – a peck, smooch, nibble, smacker, snog, and canoodle – a greeting, a sign of affection, love, and desire.
A kiss can make time slow down as the heads get close. Eyes close – then time stands still when lips lightly touch – a moment frozen in time – so the lips stay together with the hopes stands still.
A kiss is the light release followed by a smile or a gentle moan – a time for another one.
A kiss can be light touches – slow, easy, and gentle – but they can be heavy and full of passion taking the participants to new heights.
A kiss is an intersection between the sanctuary and the muse – a way to get lost while feeling safe and secure because a kiss is a sign of trust, happiness, hope, pleasure, love, and even peace.
A kiss starts with a look in the eyes – a time when we see stars – a time we close our eyes to start the dream – dreams of what could be – dreams of what should be – dreams of what will be.
Planned, expected, or a surprise out of the blue, the first kiss is one not to be forgotten – that moment in time when time stopped – a time of being lost in the moment – a time of losing yourself. Can the first kiss be replaced?
A kiss is a time of no talking – a time when action is worth many words.
A kiss is a time of no stress, a seal of affection, a feeling of acceptance, or a willing conquest – even a surrender. No wonder kisses touch the soul. No wonder we can’t get enough of them.
A kiss centers on the lips – a place concentrated with nerve endings. No wonder the body releases endorphins and we feel euphoric with warm chills.
A kiss is the combination of the softness of cotton, the taste of honey, and the scent of roses coming together on the lips.
A kiss can cause us to dance in the rain because kisses are the steadiness of Waltz, the smoothness of Foxtrot, the passion of Tango, the tease of Cha Cha, the foreplay of Rumba, and the love of Bolero.
A kiss is nature’s gentle rain on Earth and the light breeze touching the trees as lovers sit in the shade.
A kiss is a story about Prince Charming, Sleeping Beauty, and Romeo – about being awakened by a special kiss from someone special.
Kiss is a universal language delivering a message across any spoken language. No wonder we seek them. Kisses can bring tears and buckle knees, but we need them as if they are heavenly mana.
A kiss is a memory like Bogard and Bacall in Casablanca – like Jack and Rose on the Titanic – like Fred and Holly kissing in the rain in Breakfast at Tiffany’s – like Rhett and Scarlett when he gave a damn.
A kiss is something we do out of respect, tradition, and thankfulness when we kiss the ground, a ring, the Blarney Stone, and the feet of statues.
A kiss is a light touch in billiards – something different from the kiss of death, kissing tears, or telling someone to kiss off – but some people like to kiss and tell.
A kiss is the softness of the water that washes over my feet as I stand looking across the water. A kiss is a way we say so long, farewell, auf wiedersehen goodbye – but also say hello. Ahhh – a kiss is a good thought for my day. A kiss is a reason I like walking on the beach – plus it’s good for the mind, body, and soul – and refreshing on my feet.
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