Wednesday, January 27, 2016
Lovely Ears And Eyes
Lovely ears, love of the sound and dreary dread,
This much is true, we fight
And absorb faith.
Love of the hearing is a dumb pursuit,
One heard you late in this world,
Then the sound of notes kept embarking
On their nature.
Lovely eyes, full of miserable sounds of pictures,
We see the beauty of our seeing
As human beings in consideration.
Our eyes pertain to the truth,
Our misery is compact.
Love of the wine and mercy is solving us,
We need to keep a peace,
And love of the sounds is partly joking,
For the little noise is of the cosmos.
Portraits are poised before you,
Infinite drawings are set to flame,
This side of the square is final,
For the pictures are an inert buoy,
Of the seas that make one float.
Love of the ears and eyes will carry you
Further than shapes twisting in the head
Like DNA, the serious mishaps mislead.
Topic(s) of this poem: body,eyes