EYES

 

Eyes are blue

Eyes are green

Eyes are true

Eyes are mean

 

Eyes are bright

Give the light

Eyes are black

Like the night

 

Eyes are cold

Eyes are warm

Eyes are angry

Like a storm

 

Eyes are kind

Eyes are blind

Eyes are evil

Eyes of devil

 

Eyes are hungry

Eyes of walls

Eyes are empty

Eyes of dolls

 

Eyes are loving

Eyes are charming

Eyes are lying

Truth denying

 

Eyes are haughty

Eyes are naughty

Eyes are naïve

To all they believe

 

Eyes are strained

 A fear remained

Eyes without hope

Ready for the rope

 

Eyes are vulnerable

Eyes that gamble

Eyes are sensitive

Eyes are attentive

 

Eyes are stubborn

Eyes are submissive

Eyes of a new born

Eyes are pensive

 

Loving eyes are true

Black, brown or blue

My eyes are green

A lot they have seen

 

©Larisa Rzhepishevska

January 11th, 2011

 

 

 

 

 

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Larisa Rzhepishevska

Tue 11th Jan 2011 20:52

You make me smeyele and laugh, Tony. Thank you for that. It's a pity that you've forgotten what you wrote. Eye have also forgotten your comment. The only eye remember it was really neyece.
It had a real speyece. If my leyenes were deleyetful eye would leyeke to thank you.

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Antonionioni

Tue 11th Jan 2011 20:34

Sorry Larisa, eye have forgotten what eye wrote! But eye know eye had an eyeful, of your poem that made me creye all, through the tweyelight hours so awful, but your lines were not a treyeful, they were deleyetful!

How about that Larisa - and if you can make any sense of it, eye will be surpreyesed!

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Larisa Rzhepishevska

Tue 11th Jan 2011 19:39

Thank you dear Charlene for your kind comment. I would like to confess that Antonionioni's poem "Hair" inspired me to write this one. So, the idea of the poem was stolen and rhyming style too.

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Larisa Rzhepishevska

Tue 11th Jan 2011 19:24

I am laughing through tears Tony. I've written my comment on your comment, then wanted to delete it and deleted the whole poem.

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