gaurav singh

Rookie (18/01/1993 / mumbai)

Dark Kind Innocent Eyes - Poem by gaurav singh

My Eyes were given a chance by full moon.
Rains were having a dance in the month of june.
Great cool wind was whistling it's tune.
Something happier and great was going to happen very soon.
Suddenly a figure appeared intelligent and wise.
My heart got a feeling very nice.
I saw those Dark kind innocent eyes.

How to describe how they were.
Looked dark, innocent and so kind.
As if deep thoughts stored in mind.
Looking here and there.
As if searching someone they had to find.
Stored in them were sincerity or sadness,
This i could'nt determine.
How much ever i tried,
I could'nt forget those dark kind innocent eyes.

Slowly disappeared those eyes,
Again one day they appeared in my life.
This time talking with me,
Bringing along with them a beautiful smile.
Slowly started disappearing that smile,
Bringing in my heart a sudden fright
The only thing which did'nt change behind those glasses,
Were those dark kind innocent eyes.

So simple those eyes used to be,
Not so simple now as they walk on the street.
A mystical relationship heart relates with them,
Telling those eyes somewhere i had seen.
Not knowing those eyes i had seen when,
Still they appeared to be mine,
Those dark kind innocent eyes.


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Poem Submitted: Wednesday, September 22, 2010

Poem Edited: Wednesday, September 22, 2010


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