Look Me Unblinking, Honey - Poem by Mark Heathcote
Next time I’m home, search both my eyes
Look me, unblinking a flower without thought
And drink of my dark nectar, every hour
So that I too may devour; what can never be
My true love, overawed.
I’ll come busily buzzing like a zig zagging bee
But Honey, keeps both eyes pinned on me
And you will plainly see how awed I am,
Gazing into your very own honeycomb eyes
That I alone hope will be love, absorbed.
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