In The Eyes - Poem by G.R. Gaus
If you really look deep, try to see,
Through a person's, false disguise;
Not on the makeup, or fancy cloths,
Way down within; their honest eyes.
I've heard it said, and can't deny,
The eyes, are windows to the soul;
It's in the soul, we find our truth,
Like a human's, long black hole.
It's also been said, the soul never dies,
Moves on, through time, and again;
Traveling on, wings of the universe,
From the beginning, to a never end.
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