‘she Looks Into Me…’ Poem by Paul Eluard

‘she Looks Into Me…’

Rating: 3.1


She looks into me
The unknowing heart
To see if I love
She has confidence she forgets
Under the clouds of her eyelids
Her head falls asleep in my hands
Where are we
Together inseparable
Alive alive
He alive she alive
And my head rolls through her dreams.

COMMENTS OF THE POEM
Susan Williams 14 October 2018

I just got censored! ! ! ! There is foul language all over the place in PH yet I get censored for making a reference to this sounding like an S @ M love poem. What? It was said with humor and it carried no lurid detail.... I don't believe this! ! I am going to make a copy of this.

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Sylvain 28 June 2019

Very Beautiful poem. 'My head rolls through her dreams" doesn't allude to guillotine or I don't know what. Some people will never be able to understand metaphors, poetry and surrealism.

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Bernard F. Asuncion 14 October 2018

Such a great poem by Paul Eluard??????

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Nadia Umber Lodhi 14 October 2018

Absolutely right ????????????????????????

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Sandra Feldman 14 October 2019

A very wonderful love poem. Modernly, romantic! . Very impressive and well translated. So difficult to do!

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Adeeb Alfateh 14 October 2019

Together inseparable Alive alive He alive she alive And my head rolls through her dreams. great great poem written great 10++

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Savita Tyagi 14 October 2019

Beautiful imagery. All we need to feel is the joy of being alive.

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Tamara Beryl Latham 14 October 2019

An excellent poem with an emphasis on feelings from the heart. Great images, however, the last line " detracts from the poem overall." Picturing a rolling head is way too vivid for my imagination. : -)

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Tamara Beryl Latham 14 October 2019

Great imagery in this poem that is illustrative of the author's love. The last line " And my head rolls through her dreams" is a bit confusing and detracts from the poem. Overall a great write. : -)

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Anil Kumar Panda 14 October 2019

Excellent poetry. Strong and powerful imagery. Like to read again and again. So nice.

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Paul Eluard

Paul Eluard

Saint Denis / Paris
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