Rookie (May 8,1990 / Jember)

My Bright Brown Eyes - Poem by Chattail

A guy with bright brown eyes, who are you?
As I can lie my head higher than thy shoulder,
or go for horizon more, no
Your vulnerable skin like mirror, or so
reflecting every world you've been through
Oh bright brown eyes...
Stunning, lure and passion light up things seen and seeked
Desire enchants every single piece of mine, let them in and calls them
into your supper black hole of light
Sink me in to your deepest brilliant brown eyes

What took you so long to appear?
Come, see and grab my grasp, my breath until the last breeze
Thought you are the ghost of nothing of endless time
Thhrough difference layers of life you go as far
and finale we met
With mates you go without notice
Like ghost come and go
But nothing stay like tonight

Friends are nothing no more
Say you are the only one for both of us
Like someday I have claws to cut the existence
Said I no to the silent hermit
His freezing look, devilish words
Stabbing attitudes lock me on silence while
knock me on shame and misery
Oh myself can no longer the shame
My brilliant brown eyes...

When you come back again?
Just come from nowhere couldn't release me from the pain of your absence
Your dark, locked room I always visit is no longer rise soon
Touch your smoothness and softness is my thirst
See your magical eyes is my hunger
Be hold of you is my need
My bright brown eyes...

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Poem Submitted: Thursday, November 8, 2007

Poem Edited: Saturday, April 23, 2011

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