Unkissed Lips – Micropoetry by Richard Stephen

harsh words
were too comfortable
on her unkissed lips
always lonely for love
she wonders why

Category: By the Poetic Fool, Life, Micropoetry | Tags: , | 4 comments

  • Sannel says:

    I hope someone tells her to change her rotten attitude before it’s too late to be kissed. Kissing is after all such a pleasant thing to do. . .As long as it is with the right person. 😉
    You do these micropoetry so well, Rick. A few words with a big impact! Keep them coming!

    Sannel

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    poeticfool Reply:

    Thanks, Sannel! I enjoy the challenge of conveying much with few words thus micropoetry. I’m glad you enjoy them. Thanks for the visit!

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  • susan sproull says:

    Some women are never satisfied are they Rick? She may be kissing the wrong man or is scared of intimacy.
    If she doesn’t like the way she is being kissed instead of criticizing she should how him howe she wants to be kiss. Actions speak louder than words. 🙂

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    poeticfool Reply:

    Hi, Susan! So true but I suppose the same can be said for men too. Both sexes sometimes seem to be ignorant of the impact that our words have on our attractiveness. They can draw people toward us or they can push people away. There’s a lesson for both genders here. Thanks for stopping by, my friend!

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