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90 phrases of kisses that you did not know

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in you will find the most memorable kissing phrases, written by thinkers, artists or authors as important as Ernest Hemingway, Kevin Costner or Gustavo Adolfo Bécquer.

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Phrases of kisses that you did not know

In these kissing phrases you will find reflections on this famous expression of affection.

1. The first kiss can be as terrifying as the last (Daina Chaviano)

In this kissing phrase, he shows us the same emotion but in different situations.

2. One kiss moves, two tie, three mark. (Marta Gargoyles)

The influence of the oscula in our lives.

3. Who would have thought that a kiss could be like this, capable of altering the interior landscape to such an extent that it overflows the seas, pushes rivers up the mountains, returns the rain to the clouds? (Jandy Nelson)

A beautiful phrase where he describes the power of the kiss in a poetic way.

4. Kisses on the body make you cry. It would be said that they comfort (Marguerite Duras)

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Kisses have an intensity, that depends on the intensity of the one who gives it and the need of the one who receives it.

5. I wish I could keep that kiss in a bottle and take it in small doses every hour or every day (Nicole Williams)

About unforgettable and addictive kisses.

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6. A kiss is much easier than what we do. When you kiss, you can close your eyes. You can push away thoughts with kisses. You can push away the pain with kisses, the doubt, the penalty. When you close your eyes and kiss, you protect yourself from vulnerability (Colleen Hoover)

Hoover describes kissing as much like meditation.

7. You did not know what a kiss was, you asked my tongue and you found the answer (David Cotos)

A phrase with content of complicity and tenderness, all that a kiss can mean.

9. It wasn't a very long kiss, and it certainly wasn't one of those from a movie, but it was wonderful in its own way. The only thing I remember is that, when our lips touched, I was sure that I would never forget that moment (Nicholas Sparks)

About those kisses that impress for their simplicity and naturalness.

10. Kisses like yours should come with a warning label. They can't be good for the heart (Colleen Hoover)

Kisses that can put you at risk.

11. This kiss is worth all the tears, all the anguish, all the pain, all the fighting, all the waiting (Colleen Hoover)

When it represents a victory.

12. Women still remember the first kiss after men have forgotten the last (Remy de Gourmont)

This phrase is about kisses, it brings us closer to the questionable idea that women give more interest and value to a kiss.

13. How far the stars are seen, and how far is our first kiss, and oh, how old is my heart! (William Butler Yeats)

Beautiful and deep phrase about the nostalgia of that kiss.

14. When age cools the blood and pleasures are a thing of the past, the fondest memory remains the last, and our sweetest memory, that of the first kiss (Lord Byron)

Memories that in the absence of one, completely satisfy.

15. Because it was not in my ear that you whispered, but in my heart. It was not my lips that you kissed, but my soul (Judy Garland)

Those kisses that transcend.

16. A world is born when two kiss each other (Octavio Paz)

And each world brings us closer to our essence.

17. The first kiss between two people is a really good thing in life (Juliana Hatfield)

About those significant beginnings.

18. I kiss her in every way that I can kiss her, because I plan to love her in every way that I can. Every time we refused to give in to our feelings in the past, it makes this kiss completely worth the sacrifice. (Colleen Hoover)

When they represent a triumph.

19. The mother's first kiss teaches the child love, the sacred first kiss of the woman the man loves teaches him hope and faith in life (Giuseppe Mazzini)

Each that nourishes depending on who comes.

20. At the first kiss I felt that something was melting inside me, that it hurt me in an exquisite way. All my longings, all my dreams and sweet anguish, all the secrets that slept deep inside me woke up, everything was transformed and enchanted, and it all made sense (Herman Hesse)

When it is part of an experience that transforms our being.

21. A first kiss after five months means more than a first kiss after five minutes (Steve Kluger)

About the longing and the need they cause.

22. I had to give my first kiss in front of like a hundred people. Not know what to do. So my sisters told me to practice on a pillow, you know? But he didn't kiss me back, so I didn't know what to expect (Lacey Chabert)

About tender experience and innocent expectations.

23. I waited for my first kiss (Carly Rae Jepsen)

When the wait represents the importance of the act.

24. I kissed my first girl and smoked my first cigarette on the same day. Since then, I have not had time for tobacco (Arturo Toscanini)

Those kisses that cause addiction.

25. There are kisses of welcome and farewell, the long, persistent, loving, present; the stolen, or the mutual; the kiss of love, of joy and also of pain; the guarantee of promise and receipt of satisfaction (Thomas Chandler Haliburton)

This kiss phrase describes the various types that may exist.

26. Have you ever lost yourself in a kiss? I mean pure psychedelic intoxication. Not just the lustful caress, but the transcendental metamorphosis of when you realize that the greatness of this being was breathing into you. Licking the sides and corners of your mouth, as if sealing a thousand fleshy envelopes filled with your passionate and then opened by the same mouth and returned to you, over and over again... the first kiss of the rest of your life (Saul williams)

This sentence recounts an experience quite explicitly.

27. There is a moment… oh, right before the first kiss! a whispered word... something that makes it worthwhile (F. Scott Fitzgerald)

The kisses are accompanied by small elements that usually decorate it very well.

28. Your first kiss is the stroke of fate (Alice Sebold)

It is life that manifests itself in you in a sweeter way.

29. My first kiss. A new kind of kiss, like a new kind of music that keeps playing, softly, in the distance… wild and arrhythmic, desperate. Passionate (Lauren Oliver)

About those unique kisses which showered us with mixed experiences.

30. Any man who can drive safely while kissing a pretty girl is simply not giving the kiss the attention it deserves (Albert Einstein)

According to Einstein, to kiss you have to put your whole being into the experience.

31. A kiss makes the heart young again and erases the years (Rupert Brooke)

Like medicine for the soul.

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32. A kiss is a charming trick designed by nature to stop speech when words become superfluous. (Ingrid Bergman)

About your sweet profits.

33. A kiss can be a comma, a question mark, or an exclamation point. That is the basic spelling that every woman should know (Mistinguett)

The author makes an analogy about the kiss experience compared to grammar.

34. The decision to kiss for the first time is the most crucial in any love story. It changes the relationship of two people in a much stronger way than even the final abandonment, because this kiss already has that delivery within it (Emil Ludwig)

Like the event that mark the meaning of each relationship.

35. Isn't a kiss the true autograph of love? (Henry Theophilus Finck)

The signature sign representative of our love.

36. It is the passion that resides in a kiss that gives it its sweetness, it is the affection in the kiss that sanctifies it (Christian Nestell Bovee)

In its form lies its essence.

37. You should be kissed and by someone who knows how to do it (Margaret Mitchell)

This kiss phrase invites us to wrap them in a kiss where experience counts.

38. The light of the sun strikes the earth, and the rays of the moon kiss the sea: what are all these kisses worth if you don't kiss me? (Percy Bysshe Shelley)

When a kiss is worth more than the entire universe and its most beautiful stars.

39. His lips on his could tell her better than all his excuses (Margaret Mitchell)

The kiss has the power to explain better than when we use words.

40. Now a soft kiss... for that kiss, I promise endless happiness. (John Keats)

When reaching it is our sweetest goal.

41. We turned to each other, deep in our gazes, and exchanged a kiss that turned my bones to rubber and my brain to porridge. (Peter De)

When the experience makes you one.

42. Kisses are a better destiny than wisdom (E. AND. Cummings)

No one can underestimate its effects.

43. Happiness is like a kiss. You must share it to enjoy it. (Bernard Meltzer)

A nice Meltzer analogy.

44. A man steals the first kiss, pleads for the second, demands the third, takes the fourth, accepts the fifth, and endures all the rest (Helen Rowland)

The timeline of a kiss.

45. I believe in long, slow, deep, soft, wet kisses that last three days (Kevin Costner)

Kisses that represent the eternal.

46. The soul that can speak through the eyes can also kiss with its gaze (Gustavo Adolfo Bécquer)

On magical contemplations.

47. Why does a man assume that a girl who flirts with him wants him to kiss her when, nine times out of 10, she just wants him to want to kiss her? (Helen Rowland)

This phrase of kisses you address priorities and needs to experiment one of them.

48. Be simple in dress and sober in your diet; In short, my dear, kiss me and shut up (Mary Wortley Montagu)

Sometimes that's all it takes to impress.

49. I kissed her hard, held her tightly and tried to open her lips, they were closed tightly (Ernest Hemingway)

An experience told by Hemingway.

50. That farewell kiss that resembles a greeting, that last look of love that turns into the sharpest pang of pain (George Eliot)

There are kisses that we would never like to give.

51. There are many different types of kisses. There's the passionate goodbye kiss, like the one Rhett gave Scarlett when she left for the war. The 'I really can't be with you, but I wish I was' kind of kiss like Superman and Lois Lane. There is also the first kiss, one that is soft and hesitant, hot and vulnerable; and then there's the kiss of possession, which was how Ren kissed me now (Colleen Houck)

Each kiss sings a story.

52. I'm still waiting for that passionate kiss in the rain (Harry Styles)

About extraordinary experiences inspired by a kiss.

53. The conventional parable: the feeling... the contact of the hand... the kiss, the passionate kiss... the feeling of the body... the climax in the bed... then more bed... less bed... then the boredom, the tears and finally the bitterness... it was embarrassing and embarrassing for him. hypocrite. (Ian Fleming)

On the frustration associated with desire to give affection

54. I've had passionate and fierce kisses, kisses so sweet they tasted like pure honey and kisses that cut like knives, but until now, I've never had one that says 'hello and goodbye' at the same time. (Ann Aguirre)

This phrase addresses the type of kiss that we often want to avoid because of its meaning, but in essence it can be the most intense.

55. We are all mortal until the first kiss and the second glass of wine (Eduardo Galeano)

An excellent way of explaining Galeano, the effect of a kiss.

56. It is the first kiss that we are both fully aware of. None are weakened by disease or pain, nor faint; our lips do not burn with fever or cold (Suzanne Collins)

About conscious kisses that reaffirm your need to give them.

57. It's the first kiss that really makes something stir in my chest, something warm and curious. It's the first kiss that makes me want a second (Suzanne Collins)

Not all kisses have the same effect.

58. In a kiss you will know everything that I have kept quiet (Pablo Neruda)

When a kiss represents everything we have accompanied in anguish and loneliness.

59. Not all kisses are the same. Only some make the world stop. Those are the best: the ones that make time stand still and you even lose track of who you are (Esther Sanz)

And these kisses will depend on the circumstances in which they occur, on the intentions, on the hearts.

60. The moment my lips touch yours, it will be your first kiss. Because if you've never felt anything when someone kissed you, then no one ever really kissed you. Not in the way I plan to kiss you (Colleen Hoover)

Every kiss keeps a story that's why all kisses are given for the first time.

61. The kiss is the contact of two epidermis and the fusion of two fantasies (Alfred de Musset)

This phrase of kisses by Musset rescues the essence of a kiss and gives it texture, transmitting a sensation.

62. That next kiss is the kind that breaks the sky. It steals your breath and returns it to you. That shows me that other kisses that I had had in my life, had been a mistake (Gayle Forman)

We always find a kiss that represents salvation.

63. A kiss is everything. A kiss is the truth. No too many styling exercises, no extreme twisting, no twisting. Natural, the most beautiful. Kiss the way I like it. Without having to represent yourself, without having to reaffirm yourself, simple. Safe, smooth, calm, without haste, with fun, without technique, with flavor (Federico Moccia)

Less decorated kisses, kisses, where the importance lies in the experience.

64. It's the kind of kiss that makes you realize that oxygen is overrated (Tahereh Mafi)

Discovering a new way of breathing.

65. For me a kiss is something more than two lips that come together. It is... the high point of an atmosphere, of some sounds, of a closeness, of some words (Javier Ruescas)

It is all the sensation that surrounds us.

66. Kisses like yours should come with a warning label. They can't be good for the heart (Colleen Hoover)

This kiss phrase tells us about the danger of the intensity of this expression of affection.

67. Never forget that the first kiss is not given with the mouth, but with the eyes (O. K. Bernhardt)

And the feeling can be the same or even deeper.

68. The most difficult is not the first kiss but the last (Paul Géraldy)

A kiss that we all do not want to give.

69. If I can't sleep at night, it's your kisses that I will never forget (Andrés Calamaro)

Some kisses mark us for life.

70. Grapes with cheese taste like a kiss (Proverb)

A truly amazing Spanish saying.

71. I'm going to steal a kiss from you and ask you for a million more… (Xhelazz)

A verse that we can dedicate to that special person.

72. A kiss is a secret that is said in the mouth and not in the ears.

A truly evocative and suggestive image that sums up what kisses are.

73. That kiss that you asked me for in time, trembling tonight on my lips is a ripe pomegranate (Laura Victoria)

One of the best known verses of this great Colombian poet.

74. It's amazing that something as simple as a kiss can defeat the worst of worries. (Neal Shusterman)

The kisses of the loved one can make us forget any evil.

75. The best definition of love is not worth a kiss from a young lover (Machado de Asís)

A truly profound reflection of this great Brazilian writer.

76. For a look, a world / for a smile, a sky / for a smile, a sky; for a kiss... I don't know what I would give you for a kiss (Gustavo Adolfo Bécquer)

One of the most remembered verses of this romantic poet and narrator born in Seville.

77. A stolen kiss says more than a thousand words

Those who have truly loved perfectly recognize the meaning of this phrase.

78. The stars stand guard over kisses (Gottfried Benn)

A very beautiful image, created by one of the best German poets of the 20th century.

79. The kiss is the escape valve of honesty (Paul Géraldy)

Kisses have been the subject of various poems and stories throughout the history of humanity.

80. The good thing about the years is that they heal wounds; The bad thing about kisses is that they create addiction (Joaquín Sabina)

Some of the most common themes in Sabina's work are kisses, love and passion.

81. Kisses on the cheek are rare when the lips already know each other

A sensation that those who have loved someone intensely can know.

82. Don't give me good morning kisses, give me a good kissing day

A truly suggestive phrase about passionate kisses.

83. And the kisses I give poison me, and yet when I sleep without you, I dream of you (Joaquín Sabina)

A fragment of the poem "Y sin embargo", by this great Spanish poet.

84. Stolen kisses are the sweetest (Leigh Hunt)

One of the most beautiful verses of this English poet.

85. Often, the most urgent lips are in no hurry two kisses later (Joaquin Sabina)

Sabina has dedicated a great multitude of wonderful verses to kisses.

86. Where will the kisses that we keep, that we don't give? (Victor Manuel)

A truly beautiful verse, the work of this great Spanish singer-songwriter.

87. How many kisses did I miss for not knowing how to say "I need you" (Joaquín Sabina)

Some relationships are broken by the inability to express what we feel in time.

88. Kisses are like Wi-Fi, better stolen… (Anonymous)

A more current variation of the classic saying.

89. How are so many kisses going to fit in one song? (Joaquin Sabina)

Falling in love, passionate kisses and heartbreak are some of the classic themes in Sabina's work.

90. Kisses are like thanks; they are not asked for, they are given

A truly amazing image about kissing.

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