George otto Becker
Silent Wanderer - Poem by George otto Becker
Oh silent wanderer tell me what you see.
How I question the looks in your eyes.
For your looks are the only thing I can't read.
I know who you are in almost every way,
But behind your eyes is where the real mystery lays.
Why must I know?
Why do they haunt me so?
Into your sparkling eyes I gaze.
Silent wanderer where does your heart blaze?
Your lips tell me sweet things, and my ears are filled with joy.
I can stare inside forever and always seek more.
Everything that I see is looking back at me, and yet my mind is still tore.
Silent wanderer I beg you to even the score
written by George Becker
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