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But she didn't finish, for he looked so friendly that she forgot her speech and, only remembering that he had lost the little girl he loved, she put both arms round his neck and kissed him.
Sometimes it seemed to her that to be held tightly and kissed was the whole secret of life, and then a new impulse came and she was terribly afraid.
said the mocking voice of Chaka; "but know this, thou hast done well to grieve aloud, because the Mother of the Heavens is no more, and ill wouldst thou have done to grieve because the fire from above has kissed thy gates.
Then Christine kissed me, for the first time, herself, here, on the forehead--don't look, daroga
And I never kissed her i' my life--but I'd ha' worked hard for years for the right to kiss her.
Glinda leaned forward and kissed the sweet, upturned face of the loving little girl.
When I am very happy"--she kissed him--"I remember on how little it all hangs.
The woman kissed his eyes, and with thin, small hands felt the warm body through his white flannel nightgown.
I only kissed her once in my life--no, no, don't laugh
Suddenly she jumped up onto a tub to be higher than he, embraced him so that both her slender bare arms clasped him above his neck, and, tossing back her hair, kissed him full on the lips.
He kissed me," she said without any change of tone.
But I didn't want him killed just because he kissed me," she cried.
He put his arms round her massive waist and kissed her wet steamy lips.
And when we parted that evening I had not kissed her.
She said, too, that if he kissed her he should have all the treasure, and be her lord, and lord of all these isles.