The problem that I have with this poem is that it relies far too much on clichés. There is nothing incredibly original about this poem and it doesn’t really have an impact on me because it doesn’t really say much. You could’ve written this poem as such: “I hate being without you, kiss me” and it wouldn’t be much different.
What about your partner makes them so special? Why do you need them so much? Are there any specific details you like about them? What about the kiss makes it so special? These are the types of questions you need to ask yourself and things you need to write about to make your poem stand out from the multitude of poems that already exist on the subject.
As far as technique goes, the poem is repetitious in using the word “for...” to start lines. It also lacks correct punctuation and suffers from a very basic rhyme scheme that I believe let you fall into the use of cliches.
That being said, you have an interesting idea for the poem, that kissing your partner is natural like breathing. Expand on that idea and show us why.