Treasure Island

Leo Lopes

(21/08/1983 / SYDNEY, Australia)

Lonely Eyes


It doesn't matter how hard i try
Even though i'll be dyin inside
Look deep within and tell me what you find
I just can't seem to hide
These Lonely Eyes

They say nothing's harder than life
And those who live well are welcome in the sky
There's something wrong and i wanna take flight
I just can't seem to hide
These Lonely Eyes

Now that you're Gone Away i think i wanna die
I know you can see it, I'm surrounded by light
I tried to tell you i'm fine but that's a lie
I just can't seem to hide
These Lonely Eyes

As i see happy people go by
I'm so confused here, sometimes i wanna cry
I'm just a lonely soul lurkin in the lonely night
And i just can't seem to hide
These Lonely Eyes

Submitted: Tuesday, September 12, 2006
Edited: Tuesday, September 07, 2010

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  • Gabriella Franco (9/23/2006 9:25:00 PM)

    AWESOME as usual... lovin' it, almost as much as you.

    great poem. love everything about it.

    Gabriela (Report) Reply

  • Anurag Bhardwaj (9/12/2006 11:29:00 PM)

    That is such a beautiful poem. It is composed with blend of meaningfull words. Specially those lines'
    I tried to tell you i'm fine but that's a lie
    I just can't seem to hide
    These Lonely Eyes' (Report) Reply

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