Robert Kallend

Rookie (30/12/1994 / Hammersmith)

Bright Eyes - Poem by Robert Kallend

In her eyes a brightness I see,
Glinting happily right back onto me.
The brilliant turqouise blue of her eyes,
As clear and as sharp as the mid morning skies.
With flecks of yellow dazzling here and there,
it makes me think, for her I will care.

When one looks into that perfect blue sea,
It's hard not to think of the end that could possibly be.
For 1000 nights I would look and care,
Even if you gave me an ugly old stare.
I look in her heart and into her soul,
With eyes as piercing as the North and South Pole.

For once it is hard to see a regret,
drawing us closer like two ends of a magnet.
Listen to no-one about me but myself,
Before I end back up on the shelf.
Stories can be told and things can be said,
Especially Involving somebodies bed.

Arguments will start and tempers will flare,
But as long as you remember the words that are there.
For you I will care and always will do,
Even after it ends for both me and for you.
In her eyes a brightness I see,
Shining happily back onto me.

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Poem Submitted: Wednesday, April 27, 2011

Poem Edited: Tuesday, May 10, 2011


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