Wendy Bureau


Can You See


A portal to my soul
An entrance to my heart
A journey into my being
Through my eyes is where to start

Compassion formed as tears
That may well, but never fall
Blurring passions and desires
Held behind an eyelid wall

A love unseen in darkened eyes
My heart cries but unwept tears
A damaged soul regresses
Can you see my eyes, my fears?

A portal to my soul
An entrance to my heart
A journey into my being
Through my eyes is where to start

Submitted: Thursday, May 12, 2011
Edited: Thursday, May 12, 2011

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  • Rookie - 12 Points Yoseph Lupu (5/12/2011 10:15:00 AM)

    Amazing way of describing your fear! It was for an interesting journey to read this poem! (Report) Reply

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