Treasure Island

Daleen Enslinstrydom

(25-02-1967 / Springs, South Africa)

When I look into your blue eyes


Darling, when I look into your blue eyes
I want to find love in them
and I want to tell you
that you are much more than my friend,
you are the one that fits into my heart.

My darling, when I look into your blue eyes,
I want to tell you that you are everything and more.
You are my Bar One, my twenty four hours.

Darling, when I look into your blue eyes
I want to tell you that you make me laugh
and sometimes also make me cry
but without you my heart will stop beating;
you are the blood rushing through me.

My darling, when I look into your blue eyes,
I will tell you that I can endure anything.
You are definitely my reality, my honesty
and the one where I want to hide
as you do tolerate me,
even when I cannot tolerate myself.

My darling, when I look into your blue eyes
I do want to know
if you also do love me as much?

Submitted: Friday, October 04, 2013
Edited: Friday, October 04, 2013

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