Kimbaline Navas (she who waits)
My Eyes - Poem by Kimbaline Navas (she who waits)
My eyes was closed I did not see the beauty that I had in thee, the friendship, the mate and all the little things that I thought I hate now you are gone nowhere to be found and my heart is broken toss to the ground.
My eyes was closed I did not see just how much this would hurt me, the love I had was just right there only if I would be fair.
My eyes was closed I did not see until I ran to break free, now hear me lady’s as I speak this man I had did not creep, his intention was to love only me.
I seen the grass was greener on the other side but I was unaware that it was a reflection of mine, beautifully and green, cut and looks lean; soft to the touch I miss it ever so much.
My eyes was closed I did not see that all I wanted was right there in thee, but I took it for granted and did not water the seeds left it to die with empty eyes now I can see.
This life we search for the perfect mate and no hurt but once over looked dropped to the ground there will be nothings else left just a he did not raise his hand toward me or hurt me in any way but I felt the grass was greener anyways.
My eyes were closed and I did not see that he tried to give me every thing that I need. If this is you and you are in my shoes, they hurt like hell and this is true love him as you can the grass is not greener but it is sand.
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