I brought her a dozen of sugar sweet cherries
From the perennial field; a gift for a kiss to begin with;
And I know I’ll joy the redness from those plump lips
As they smile teasingly as I stand with hands in front of me.
Sunlight sparkles inside bright teeth, while cherries like bubbles
With fun and so sexy bring no response to my acclimated wait;
But love shines all around amid candor-filled butterflies
Start flying all inside me and the light in her eyes always sparkling in hope.
I am struggling like a silly boy. Shall I ask her for a dozen of kiss?
Or Shall I ask her just for one to live a minute more? Scampering busily
I go, merrily spinning about my head and heart at once
As I am dancing staggering dizzily with tinny breath;
My arms outstretched with mouth opens so I might feel
The glittering world vanishes under my feet in front of this first kiss.