I open my eyes. I want to know: what is in the abyss of a kiss? Are stars born in these black caves that house bated breaths and unspoken words? Do our souls crawl on these tender cheeks to greet one another by ivory gates? What happens when we kiss? Where do you go? Don’t tell me. For I have lost my desire to know. Kiss me so that I forget myself. I close my eyes and fall in the abyss.
A light rain touches my cheek like an angel's butterfly kisses.
Forgiveness isn’t something I’m preoccupied with — turning the other cheek isn’t my trip.