Thomas Brant


Damn Those Eyes

Poem by Thomas Brant

Damn those eyes,
They keep me torn inside.
She runs like a river through me,
Always you.

Eyes don't lie, words may try.
She comes like a mystery, flows through me,
And I swear it's true,
Always you....

I wish I could run in to you now,
I wish I could run in to you now
If I'd see you one more time,
maybe I'd feel better,
If I'd see you one more time,
Maybe I'd feel not so cold.

Damn those eyes,
No matter how I try,
She rains with her symphony, over me.
Words may try
I said
eyes don't lie,
She speaks with her tender voice,
'till there's no choice,
And I swear it's true, always you...

I wish I could run in to you now,
I wish I could run in to you now
If I see you one more time, maybe I'd feel better,
If I'd see you one more time,
Maybe I'd feel better

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  • Sarah Loves (11/25/2007 1:43:00 PM)

    I wish someone would feel this way about me too. You're lucky to have someone like you described. Don't take her for granted. Give her a chance.(Report)Reply

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Poem Submitted: Sunday, November 25, 2007

Poem Edited: Tuesday, April 26, 2011