dusk arising

never ever


Walking home
from your place.
I'd met your
mum and dad.
Ate some cake,
cup of tea.
Filled the
coal bucket.
And in the
darkened hallway
the magic of your
goodbye kiss.
Long and
upon luscious
softness of
your lips.
Just like in
the movies.
Walking home
from my
first real kiss.
so deep inside
that I never
ever forgot.



    BRIAN HERE ~ Hi DA ~ Rhythm & Beat in the 1964 SOUL MUSIC - before my time (b. 1983) and I was intrigued it was *Sans Lyriques* ! I guess it was the Rhythm & Beat that raised your aspirations & libido !
    Love the MEMORY of your *First Real Kiss* & the location ! O Yes I remember mine well SADIE in 1990. I was 17 & she was 16 and it was Christmas !

    Blessings & Peace to You & Yours
    Yours BRIAN |& ANGELA ๐Ÿงก๐Ÿค๐Ÿ’œ

    • dusk arising

      Thanks Brian. Look, it's ok for unattached men to reminisce about ladies in our past but it's seriously dangerous for attached men. Beware.... lovely as they are, a part of a females brain is called "ammunition dump" and whilst there appears to be no apparent damage done at the time of discovery of one's past, I recommend keeping a steel helmet in reserve for when the fur fly's.

      • dusk arising

        LOL thanks Lawless. You'll have to forgive Brian, he's only an educator..... gawd help our children.

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      • orchidee

        A fine write dusk. Ye olden days? Well, things from the 1980's appear in antiques shows now.

        • dusk arising

          He he he 80's is new stuff Orchidee.... even my memories have got woodworm from days of yore.

          • orchidee

            Aww! A friend, so-called, said 'Hey, didn't I see you at an antiques show? You were in it, as one of the exhibits!' lol

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          • The Uneducated O.A.P

            My first kiss is forever planted in my memory, it was lovely, although her husband was not impressed! Good one, Bill

            • dusk arising

              Was it on his lips then?

              • The Uneducated O.A.P

                Well, I was young, you know, wot side of the street do I walk? It's make yer mind up time, and while I was making me mind up I had a Buck's Fizz and the husband joined in! Straightened me out I'll tell ya.

              • Michael Edwards

                Great work - love the somple meter - so effective.

                • dusk arising

                  They were simple days, simple life, simple mission, simply a mazin! Yes it's all actually true, every word of it... and the music.

                • myself and me

                  Is it possible to forget a moment like this. When you revisit the moment, your heart still beats faster.

                  • dusk arising

                    Oh to be at the beginning of such a journey again.

                  • Goldfinch60

                    That first kiss is so special, mine was about the same time in the early sixties.

                    I even remember this record!

                    • dusk arising

                      A lot of water has flowed beneath our bridges since those wonderful years..... but memories tell us how alive we were learning about life and love.

                      • Goldfinch60

                        Wonderful times as the world was changing so fast.

                      • Neville

                        some things have a habit, or a tendency to never go away, or leave us do they ... and just like your first kiss, neither should they ....

                        A very precious memory sir, this one ....

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