Missing Sweets

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I kiss no more.

You wonder why?

Since, it is so easy.

I’ve lost something.

You kissing me back.

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42 Responses to Missing Sweets

  1. sultanabun says:

    The saddest thing.

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  2. JMDLEFLORE says:

    Seems so sad, almost like a yearning feeling hear of wanting but not needing.

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  3. Oh god. This is morose.

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  4. klootme says:

    Yes, I have a hunch.

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  5. Beautiful. I loved the thought.

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  6. Bushka says:

    Sadness beautifully crafted.

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  8. simon yorke says:

    Touche, 19 words, I bow.

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  9. kunstkitchen says:

    Reblogged this on Kunstkitchen's Blog and commented:
    Sharing this wonderful photo and poem. Both are exquisite.Thank you Elan Mudrow.

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  10. Nurse Kelly says:

    So tragically poignant!

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  11. frankpovah says:

    Wonderful. Pecks are not kisses are they?

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  12. HumaAq says:

    How deeply sad.

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  14. anutoolika says:

    Its so wonderful to pack extreme sweetness and sadness in same lines !

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  15. Elan, this is just so poignant! Beautifully conceived & crafted!

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  17. The world turned upside down… The saddest thing..

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  18. So you love because you want to be loved back.

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  19. petescribes says:

    So much said in so little is not easily done. A wonderful little snapshot of sadness and yearning.

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  21. dray0308 says:

    This has a sad feeling and i enjoyed. Sometimes melancholy is called for. Nicely written!
    Danny

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  22. uma parmar says:

    I love that sadness too as well as sweetness… But unfortunately it missing!!

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  23. Awwww the feels!!!! 😦

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  24. starryniight4 says:

    Love this picture.

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  25. Wanting, but unwilling to acquire what’s lost. So sad….. GREAT POEM!

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  26. jo624 says:

    Nice. Is that cary Grant?

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  27. cbeckwith32 says:

    I’d kiss you dear and just as sweet
    From your head down to your feet.
    Something’s amiss,
    That much is true
    However I am begging you,
    To see this heart through
    Truly tender gazing.
    Remember how you once thought me amazing?
    But apathy now lies
    In our unforgiving, apathetic eyes.
    Remember me –
    The one that you held dear-
    Kiss me like that…
    And you’ll never have to fear
    Me not kissing back.

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  28. Sona Rulz says:

    smooch smooch!!

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  29. evershirin says:

    Love the simplicity of this, there’s no embellishment needed

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  30. John says:

    A wonderful piece. Short and concise. All the more powerful for it.

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  31. I am totally in this zone…ur poem hit a nerve…with its straightness and shortness and magical simplicity.
    Some times that’s all one needs…to be kissed back. No sophistication.

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  32. CoffeeLander says:

    Brilliant. You expressed a great deal of emotions in just a few words. That picture corresponds very well with your state of mind. Well written. Btw, thanks for liking my poem. God bless

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  33. soesoteric says:

    This is simply wonderful, well stated, loving your blog so far!

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