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HOW YOU SHOULD KISSING: Poetry, by Erich Fried

HOW YOU SHOULD KISSING

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When I kiss you, not just your mouth, not just your belly button, it’s not just that I kiss your lap. I also kiss your questions, and your desires, I kiss your thinking, your doubts, and your courage, your love for me, and your freedom from me, your foot that has come here, and that’s new leaves. I kiss you, just as you are and how you will, tomorrow and beyond, and when my time will be spent.

(Erich Fried)

http://www.amazon.it/Poems-without-Country-Erich-Fried/dp/0714536946

 

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