133 Best Kissing Quotes And Sayings

Whether you’re looking to get into the mood or just trying to send a quick message, these kissing quotes will help you write something that really gets across what you mean. Whether it’s the kind of kiss that shows your affection, or the kind of kiss that means more than just a peck on the cheek, these quotes will tell it like it is.

Never close your lips to those whom you have already...
Never close your lips to those whom you have already opened your heart. Charles Dickens
And then I opened my eyes and it was just Grace and me - nothing anywhere but Grace and me - she pressing her lips together as though she were keeping my kiss inside her, and me, holding this moment that was as fragile as a bird in my hands. Maggie Stiefvater
I didn't care who kissed you first as long as...
I didn't care who kissed you first as long as I kissed you last."- George from If We Kiss Rachel Vail
Don't kiss me like a woman if you're going to treat me like a child. Jeaniene Frost
Once she kissed me, my heart slowed, and every muscle in my body relaxed. How much I needed her terrified me. -pg 252/ARC Jamie Mcguire
You always hear people talk about how there are moments in your life when you just know that things will never be the same. I always thought that was all horseshit. But here, now, with the feeling of her soft, incredible lips moving with mine, I know that it happens. Steph Campbell
He kissed her good morning like she was the reason...
He kissed her good morning like she was the reason sun decided to shine. Alfa H
Take me to that special place where you kiss me...
Take me to that special place where you kiss me and the world forgets to exist. Melody Lee
To this day she could make tap water boil just by kissing him. Sarah Addison Allen
Wrap him up in floral wallpaper, wishing the envelopes I seal were his lips, leaving hickeys like stamps to show where he's been. Taylor Rhodes
Kissing her is like drinking salted water, he thinks. His thirst only increases. Sara Sheridan
His heart is pounding and when he kisses her it is as if the whole of Riyadh disappears — the wide sky, the hard surface of the roof, the date palms and the water wells. Sara Sheridan
His impulsive buss had been as beautiful as a first kiss to a child. And, she felt, as important. Sarah Winter
I have found men who didn't know how to kiss. I've always found time to teach them. Mae West
He mumbled words against her lips, too low for her to hear, but she imagined she got a strong impression of what he wanted to say, as he coaxed her lips apart, letting Scarlett taste the coolness of his tongue and the tips of his teeth as he grazed her lower lip. Every touch created colours she had never seen. Colours as soft as velvet and as sharp as sparks that turned into stars. Stephanie Garber
Barrie wanted to fall into him, her lost to his found, her need to his want. Kissing was like the physical form of magic, all potential and the sense that anything might happen. When she was kissing Eight, she felt like she could fly. Martina Boone
When we finished the kiss she said laughing, I can taste your loneliness - it tastes like vinegar. That annoyed me. Everyone knows loneliness tastes like cold potato soup. Steve Toltz
When the finally pulled apart, Rishi's mouth tingling still, Dimple smiled shyly and looked down at their hands, entwined between them on the bench. "So, " she said softly. "That was unexpected." He leaned over and kissed her forehead, like it was the most natural thing to do. Was this going to be their thing now, casual kissing? He hoped so. "Unexpected but awesome." Rishi paused. "Right?"She laughed and looked up at him. "Definitely."He grinned, his heart soaked in happy. . Sandhya Menon
I wrapped my arms around his neck and held on as he showed me what love felt like. As he showed me that a kiss could change your entire world. Shelly Crane
I leaned down and looked at his handsome face. I wanted to kiss him in a way that would remain soft and true on his lips, all the while help him from escaping the overwhelming sense of sadnes that he felt. I pressed forward and kissed him, tasting the saltiness of fish against his lips, and the disappointment that he held so very deeply inside. I kissed him long and wide, yet limp and yielding, pulling myself away from reality to only drown in the fantasy of our love. I touched his mouth in such a loving way, that not even his incapability to reach into my soul, could tear us away from exchanging such romance. He immediately gave into the kiss, his sadness slowly giving way to the moment that we so intimately shared. It amazed me what a merman could do, even when flowing tears streamed down his face. Through the bridge of kissing, I had healed him, and he had healed me in return. Keira D. Skye