Hand/Eye Co-Ordination - Poem by Dan Brown
You’ve all heard the saying.
but you can’t
So my eyes are satisfied while
my hungry hands must
as they are refused their ultimate wish
while happy sounds my eyes are making,
for they are happy while my heart is
and my hands are tantalised, teased and torn
as each new minute a new temptation is born.
all I want, but
all I want,
But achieve them I shan’t.
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