Fourteen Poems about Kissing | Author: Various Authors

Most of us can remember our first kiss, whether it was glorious and transporting or merely awkward. Kissing, it transpires, can happen anywhere on a train, in a city park or against a kitchen fridge. These poems dramatise the fact that a kiss can make time stand still or send us into a dizzy spin.

Poems by Kim Addonizio, Marjorie Allen Seiffert, Elizabeth Barrett Browning, Robert Burns, William Drummond of Hawthornden, Hattie Grünewald, DH Lawrence, Roddy Lumsden, David Mills, Shazea Quraishi, Mary Ruefle, Roberta Spear, Sara Teasdale and Jean Toomer. Includes - poetry pamphlet, envelope & bookmark, with space to write a personal message

21 x 13.7 cm
24 Pages


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