Sonia Limas


His Mother Eyes - Poem by Sonia Limas

They say the baby is going to have your smile for sure,
Nonetheless the boy has his mothers eyes
People say its the smile in the eyes he has -full of optimism
The Shape, the contour, and color.
The most humble color of brown
they reveal such innocence
all is unknown to US
but along the way life reveals itself
It through his mother's eyes she see's her son
so un- dilapidated a true liberation that only childhood can afford us.
The world is so weary in it's ways
and that's why I have become so apathetic in my ways
but seeing the beacon of light in your eyes
it gives me belief
that there's always a chance, and always a choice to rectify the hurt.
Whether your eyes have witnessed texas days, cali sunsets or caught the horizon of the sun on Mount Kilimanjaro
It's long the beautiful journey will always be for you and me
to learn, grown and inspire
and I brighten when I see you looking at the Steinway
and how the rhythms nurtured your creation in my womb
and your eys explain it all I can hear it in a contralto
no words can articulate that depth a love so Imperious
it was designed only by a higher power of my understanding
I can see the glimmer in your eyes each ember in the amber of your eyes
and they tell me they love me.
SRL 2013

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Poem Submitted: Thursday, February 7, 2013

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