Treasure Island

David Whalen

(5/18/38 / Covington Kentucky)

Look Deeply into A Woman's Eyes


Your Eyes


Mirrors of the soul
Reflections of the mind
Green flecked pits of aquamarine
Oval shaped and Olivine

Your Eyes are…

Plumbers of my very soul
Searchers of my mind
Orbs that flash both hot and cold
Dark chalices of wine

Your Eyes have always been….

Deep pools of liquid grace
Quicksilver vases of tears
The crowning beauty of your face
Enduring through the years

Your Eyes Will Always and ever be….

The reflection of your soul
Vision of your essence
The window to your heart of gold
The acme of Quintessense

Tis’ Impossible to visualize
Impossible to truly realize
Yet, Very possible to be hypnotized by…
The depth of a woman’s eyes

Submitted: Tuesday, April 13, 2010
Edited: Wednesday, April 14, 2010

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