Microfiction challenge #4: At the window

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He kissed me at the window, I was in paradise
His scents comparable to an all-spice
And I thought that was so nice

Short and sweet, like I was in a pyre
Similar to a cat, I even purred
He was so strong, he was my anchor

Kept me high, like a kite in the sky
He was my own personal samurai
Feeling ever so light, I could fly

Kept me alive, he kept saying my name
I hold onto his arms and I was still aflame
I just hope it wasn’t just a game

Hundreds of fish in the sea, he chose me
I was feeling lightheaded and so bouncy
Felt weak on my knee

Promise, I won’t kick him out my door
Because I want to kiss some more
And I hope there’s a forevermore

Feeling ever so humble
But can’t help but babble
I shivered inwardly, so blissful

(c) ladyleemanila 2016

For: Microfiction challenge #4: At the window by Jane Dougherty

And here’s the prose, as suggested by Jane:

The breeze made me shiver. With the open window, he approached me. Eyes shining, glossing over, he kissed me. I was in paradise! His scents comparable to an allspice. And I thought, wow, that was so nice. Short and sweet, but so intense, like being in a pyre. God knows why, but I think I even purred like a cat. A fast pulse and heightened senses, I was transformed to a different world.

Oh my personal samurai, my anchor and he’s kissing me. Kept me alive, kept saying my name. I hold onto his arms and I was still aflame. Hundreds of fish in the sea, he chose me. I could fly, feeling ever so light and high, like a kite in the sky. Felt weak on my knees and at the same time bouncy. What has he done to me? Was it all a dream? If it was, I don’t want to wake up.

I just hope it wasn’t just a game. I promise to be good and won’t kick him out my door. I love that kiss and I hope there’s a forevermore. There’s a feeling of connection and our hearts feel complete. I shivered inwardly, so blissful.

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