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The Biker Kiss
by Rene Remington
Tuesday, April 29, 2008
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This poem was inspired by a note from twowheels21 Rich, whom I've never met. He undoubtly shares a similiar nature freedom connection. His wordsmith coming forth to greet me.

Thanks Rich and keep the wheels on the ground.

Never to be kissed by the biker kiss.


Sorely promises of interludes filled with windward breeze.

Softly against the  pale skin of the white woman lady remington.


Filled no doubt with somber misgiving of unfilled nights and lonely wind filled days... 

Time stops for no one as we ride the windward waves, laughter filling our souls and timid treasures from the Sun God Helios.
 

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Hello Rene,,
 
A great day in Reno to Ride
Probably where you are too
A day to forget that we have way to much to do rorget the business of life and get on the bike.
 
We need to cover more ground, we need more than a hike feel and hear the primal urges, the motor the vibration sense the mountains, the trees, the people the nation,its calling me, i cant wait to join the celebration, ahh to have a nice woman i connect with for some exciting anticipation
enjoying what nature gave us,,, a great communication more primal urges, more feast for the senses a great day to ride, and not experiences fences.....
 
Writing poety now,, must be Spring,,,
Inspired by Lady Remington....
thanks.
Rich

Biker Kiss
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Reviewed by Samuel Stone 8/3/2008
Rene
Enjoyed your poem... keeep writing...
Sam
Reviewed by L Hippler 4/29/2008
Nice poem, Rene. I liked the title and the "timid treasures" part.
Larry
Reviewed by Felix Perry 4/29/2008
Vrooom got me wanting to be back on the road. Well done and a great capture of the biking spirit.

Fee
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