Stranger's Eyes - Poem by Rosemary Monahan
You touched me from a faraway glance
I couldn't move, I was in your trance.
I only looked while you stared at me
I tried to stop it but you overpower'd me
Now you're in my eyes to stay
Keep thinking of you from day to day
Though you know nothing of me
That's the way I want it to be
Just remember when you're alone
Don't think of me, just my poem.
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