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“Poem Starting with a Line from Norman Dubie.”

April 13, 2010

A kiss is like a dress falling off a tall building,
Fluttering and shimmering,
Softness and gossamer,
Incongruous and unexpected,
Holding a hint of something beckoning you to follow,
But beware the soft, chiffony caresses,
The tantalizing tease of unzipped desire,
Leading you downward, ever downward,
Spiralling faster, and more out of control,
Remember, it’s not the fall that will kill you…

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