Kiss me quick ...
Kiss me quick ...
While I was creating this girl
I was thinking about my youth
It was like yesterday I was 25 and where has the years gone?
As a student dressing up for a night out
How exciting as you never knew what the night will deliver.
So many times it was good and so many times you wished the night
I was thinking of some awkward moments at the front door.
A quick kiss you could endure but nothing more.
Then there was the weird night with a blind man
He was so casual, what are you wearing? He would ask.
Can I use your phone to make a booking at the restaurant? (We had no mobile phones back then)
Then I drove to the restaurant and my bangles made the faintest cling -a -ling. He picked up on that and asked what it was.
Then the food came. I had to tell him how his food was arranged. Vegetables at 12 and potatoes at 3 and carrots at 6 and meat at 9.
What an experience that was?
Back at home mister seems to have plans that was not on my mind.
So I called his sister to come and fetch him if she would be so kind.
Life is really all sorts.
I found my favourite of all sorts and wish not for a 'kiss me quick and let me go'.
Thanks for viewing. This was created with care to every detail, and gave me so much pleasure. Hope it does for you too.
W 49.00 cm x H 59.00 cm
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