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Jenny kissed me when we met,
Jumping from the chair she sat in.
Time, you thief, who love to get
Sweets into your list, put that in.
Say I'm weary, say I'm sad;
Say that health and wealth have missed me;
Say I'm growing old, but add—
Jenny kissed me!

Category: Kissing Author: James Henry Leigh Hunt

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What is this thing called a kiss? French, tongue, soul, chaste, motherly, fatherly, brotherly, sisterly, ass, genital, Judas, trembling, rough, hesitant, sweet, soft, wet, dying, fevered, good-night, farewell, burning, and chocolate.
Category: Kissing Author: Gilbert Sorrentino Source: Mulligan s Stew

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A kiss can be a comma, a question mark or an exclamation mark! That's basic punctuation that every woman should know.
Category: Kissing Author: Mistinguette

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When both William Whitelaw and Margaret Thatcher were candidates for the Conservative leadership in 1975. they both arrived in Eastbourne to attend the National Young Conservatives' conference. He met her and he kissed her. This called for explanation, and he duly gave it:
"I have, over a period of time, when I have met her -- as indeed one does -- I have kissed her often before. We have not done it on a pavement outside a hotel in Eastbourne before. But we have done it in various rooms in one way and another at various functions -- it is perfectly genuine and normal -- and normal and right-so to do".

Category: Kissing Source: The Observer

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A story is told of a General travelling with his young Aide-de-Cap. They seated themselves opposite an elderly lady and her beautiful grand-daughter in a compartment of an express passenger train. Shortly after the train entered a dark tunnel, other passengers in the compartment heard a kiss followed by a loud slap, then the train rushed out into the light again.
The young woman thought, "Fancy that old General trying to get sweet with Grandma like that … well, she certainly showed him how to mind his manners." Her grandmother thought, "Indeed, the cheek of that young officer kissing my grand-daughter … still, it's good to know she's got some old fashioned principles." The General was thinking, "How do you like that, my Aide steals a kiss, the girl swings, misses him and hits me." And the young Aide said to himself, "Perfect, I kiss the back of my hand, clout the old geezer and get away with it!"

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She frowned and called him Mr.
Because in sport he Kr.
And so in spite
That very night
This Mr. Kr. Sr.

Category: Kissing Author: Anonymous

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A rogue met a pretty young Mrs,
A widow, and stole a few Krs,
And the lady, though she was astounded,
Said she'd waive prosecution,
If he'd make restitution,
So the felony soon was compounded.

Category: Kissing Author: Anonymous

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While I have been fumbling over books
And thinking about God and the Devil and all,
Other young men have been battling with the days
And others have been Kissing the beautiful women.

Category: Kissing Author: Aldous Huxley

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A delectable girl from Augusta vowed that nobody ever had bussed her.
But an expert from France took a bilingual chance
And the mixture of tongues quite nonplussed her.

Category: Kissing Author: Conrad Aiken

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He moved his lips about her ears and neck as though in thirsting search of an erogenous zone. A waste of time, he knew from experience. Erogenous zones were either everywhere or nowhere.
Category: Kissing Author: Joseph Heller

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Once he drew
With one long kiss my whole soul thro'
My lips, as sunlight drinketh dew.

Category: Kissing Author: Alfred Tennyson

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A long, long kiss, a kiss of youth, and love,
And beauty, all concentrating like rays
Into one focus, kindled from above;
Such kisses as belong to early days,
Where heart, and soul, and sense, in concert move,
And the blood's lava, and the pulse a blaze,
Each kiss a heart-quake-for a kiss's strength,
I think, it must be reckoned by its length.

By length, I mean duration, theirs endured
Heaven knows how long -- no doubt they never reckoned;
And if they had, they could not have secured
The sum of their sensations to a second:
They had not spoken; but they felt allured,
As if their souls and lips each other beckoned,
Which, being joined, like swarming bees they clung --
Their hearts the flowers from whence the honey sprung.

Category: Kissing Author: Lord Byron

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This girl's kiss is so sweet
even when it is confined to lips
when it merely skims into the mouth.
Her lips never touch with their tips alone.
Her mouth traps more than your mouth.
She sucks your soul
plunging to pleasure
your whole body's sensation.

Category: Kissing Source: Rufinus

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Give me a kiss, and to that kiss a score;
Then to that twenty, add a hundred more:
A thousand to that hundred: so kiss on,
To make that thousand up a million.
Treble that million, and when that is done,
Let's kiss afresh, as when we first begun.

Category: Kissing Author: Robert Herrick

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Let him kiss me with the kisses of his mouth:
For thy love is better than wine.

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The soul is kissed by God when she is raised above all earthly things, and only beholdeth the countenance of God; then God inclineth His countenance and kisseth her and His kissing is nothing else than a union of love with love.
Category: Kissing Author: John Tauler

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Lips' language to lips' ears.
Two drinking each other's heart, it seems.
Two roving loves who have left home,
pilgrims to the confluence of lips.
Two waves rise by the law of love
to break and die on two sets of lips.
Two wild desires craving each other
meet at last at the body's limits.
Love's writing a song in dainty letters,
layers of kiss-calligraphy on lips.
Plucking flowers from two sets of lips
perhaps to thread them into a chain later.
This sweet union of lips
is the red marriage-bed of a pair of smiles.

Category: Kissing Author: Rabindranath Tagore

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Grant, fairest kind, a kiss unto thy friend!
A blush replied, and yet a kiss I had.
It is not heaven that can such nectar send
Whereat my senses all amazed were glad.
This done, she fled as one that was affrayed,
And I desired to kiss by kissing more;
My love she frowned, and I my kissing stayed,
Yet wished to kiss her as I did before.
Then as the vine the propping elm doth clasp,
Loath to depart till both together die,
So fold me, sweet, until my latest gasp,
That in thy arms to death I kissed may lie.
Thus whilst I live for kisses I must call;
Still kiss me, sweet, or kiss me not at all.

Category: Kissing Author: Sir Giles Fletcher

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I DREAM of an old kissing-time
And the flowered follies there;
In the dim place of cherry-trees,
Of you, and yellow air.

It was an age of babbling,
When the players would play
Mad with the wine and miracles
Of a charmed holiday.

Bewildered was the warm earth
With whistling and sighs,
And a young foal spoke all his heart
With diamonds for eyes.

You were of Love's own colour
In eyes and heart and hair;
In the dim place of cherry-trees
Ridden by yellow air.

It was the time when red lovers
With the red fevers burn;
A time of bells and silver seeds
And cherries on the turn.

Children looked into tall trees
And old eyes looked behind;
God in His glad October
No sullen man could find.

Out of your eyes a magic
Fell lazily as dew,
And every lad with lad's eyes
Made summer love to you.

It was a reign of roses,
Of blue flowers for the eye,
And the rustling of green girls
Under a white sky.

I dream of an old kissing-time
And the flowered follies there,
In the dim place of cherry-trees,
Of you, and yellow air.

Category: Kissing Author: John Shaw Neilson

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Biancha, let
Me pay the debt
I owe thee for a kiss
Thou lend'st to me;
And I to thee
Will render ten for this.

If thou wilt say,
Ten will not pay
For that so rich a one;
I'll clear the sum,
If it will come
Unto a million.

He must of right,
To th' utmost mite,
Make payment for his pleasure,
(By this I guess)
Of happiness
Who has a little measure.

Category: Kissing Author: Robert Herrick

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