sheade rudman

Rookie - 40 Points (26 april 1995 / port elizabeth, south africa)

First Encounter Poem by sheade rudman


Green eyes permeating
before she even knew what was happening....
Before the sharing of kind words under the moonlight
before he pierced her with his
lack of introduction A shy boy....distant from new conversation....
Lack of cause leaves ones intent unjust...
Yet your eyes intreag me nevertheless...
Enlightening my senses...
With the story behind the glisten...
Still strangers...ever more exiting
Content with thought....
Time shall soon pass...
casting away vacant thoughts of the starlight upon that night...
With new times ahead I expect u shall forget me...
fret not...
for I'm aware of my absent charm...
If by any chance I left your heart untamed....
Recall my eyes...and know for that moment they were only on you.

Submitted: Wednesday, July 30, 2014

Topic of this poem: love


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