Peptic ulcer is a Common diseuse with potentially serious complications. Perforation of the ulcer is one such complication that can be fatal if left untreated. We present a rare case of kissing peptic ulcers in a 42-year-old patient who presented with hematemesis and melena and was admitted to the intensive care unit with hemorrhagic shock post trauma. Despite failed endoscopic hemostasis measures, the patient was successfully treated with surgical intervention. The ulcers were located on the anterior and posterior walls of the stomach and were facing each other, a rare condition know as an ulcer of kissing. This case report highlights the importance of early diagnosis and prompt management of peptic ulcer disease to prevent potentially fatal complications.