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A silly Sonnet about Kissing (or something)

Some maiden thought, because I stole a kiss,
That this would lead to marriage vows and such;
Imagine her laments and hissy-fits
When I just thanked her, very, very much.
But Lynda; wow! she kissed me then as well,
She kissed me hard, and drove me near-insane.
And when she whispered “Jerry, go to hell,”
I guessed she would not kiss me so again.
But now she strokes my beard with loving touch,
And kisses me—while I play my cello!
Then she says that she loves me very much--
I get mushy, even somewhat mellow.
*****This was just a trip down memory lane
*****With Lynda, who is messing with my brain!

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Structured: Western
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Last few words: 
Yeah; Lynda is my wife. and wow--she is hot!
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Is what I see tha fair maiden, Lydia, having in this piece.

You had me hooked until the "Go to Hell" part, then I realized the toungue-in-cheek of the piece. Nice!

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big red, soft lips are my present preoccupation these days. Who can blame me? LOL.
Take care. Jerry/Van

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a woman who knows that she has you lip-locked and a prisoner
having the sense to tell a man to 'Go to Hell!' Inducing someone to chase you
makes it all the more rewarding for them, when they catch you.
Nice story, with a bit of truth to it. ~ Geez.
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It seems that the days and hours that people
are available for chatroom are staggered and
not a good match for most everyone. How about
if everyone just shows up at the door, whenever
they have a few free minutes?

Seems like you got my L.'s number alright, lol. She's got me by my nose ring. Lol. Thanks for reading my sonnet, conceived in an idle moment. Jerry/ Van

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