Robyn Richards

Cold Blue Eyes - Poem by Robyn Richards

I always thought that light blue eyes were cold
but never had I known how cold they were
He stared at me and I felt a chill go down my back
His look made shivers go down my spine whenever our gazes met
Winter was never colder than his look
On a hot summer day I could never be warm
knowing that those cold blue eyes were staring at me
Those cold blue eyes that never stopped staring
even when I looked away
they were the eyes of a predator
and I was his helpless prey
Cold blue eyes on a hunt to injure and wound the prey
And now I lay here dead my blood pooling on the ground
My dark brown eyes glossy but still warm
His blood mingling with mine on the ground
And his cold eyes still stare at me
Even in death my body is frozen in his gaze
My gaze one of a devoted lover
His the cold gaze of an empty soul

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Poem Submitted: Friday, December 10, 2010

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