Michael Silver

Rookie (12/17/95)

Your Eyes - Poem by Michael Silver

I was wandering through the Earth one day
When I came upon your eyes
In pools of green I drifted
Speckled with golden stars
Which brightened your soft face
But then your pupils met mine
The gates of your soul were opened to me
And our two worlds collided
But like an eclipse I was forced to turn away
For those pools led me to a great ocean
And instead of sailing onward to explore its depths
I turned away
Knowing our worlds could never be one
So I shall continue to roam this world
And let some other man map out your heart
A man who is more bold than I
A man who could walk through those gates
A man more lucky than I

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Poem Submitted: Sunday, December 16, 2012

Poem Edited: Sunday, December 16, 2012

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