Poem: The Kiss

By: April Mae M. Berza

the kiss

Intoxicated with the words evaporating
from your lips, I surrender to the
innocent passion throbbing inside
my chest to unearth the treasure.
Silence imprisoned me for a moment
until I lose all the fears, my senses
surged backed to me as I free the
virgin tongue now enslaved inside yours.


[April Mae M. Berza is a member of Poetic Genius Society. Her poems and short stories appeared in numerous publications in the US, Romania, India, Japan and the Philippines. Nominated in 2012 International Who’s Who in Poetry, her poem is broadcast in IndoPacific Radio. She lives in Taguig, Philippines.]

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