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    I have huge eyes

    eyes as deep and dark as the sea

    lovers eyes

    mothers eyes

    daughters eyes

    the eyes of your nearest and dearest friend

    critical eyes;


    eyes as ancient and knowledgeable as the Nile

    eyes as pure and innocent as a child’s;


    eyes that have seen hunger

                shown shame

                experienced pain;


    eyes as clear as crystal

    eyes as cold as a winter in Vermont

    eyes as warm as an Indian Summer;


    I have huge eyes

    eyes that know the difference between love and empathy

    eyes that have shown me a cruel, heartless world

    eyes that see even in the darkest hour


    Piercing eyes

                the eyes of Cleopatra

                the eyes of Sheba


    eyes that are forever witnessing a different form of beauty

    eyes that were drawn to you

    eyes that caress you when you aren’t aware

    eyes that speak when I cannot find words;

    I have huge eyes

    eyes that have restored my faith in new beginnings


    I have eyes

                take note

                watch them


    I have eyes for you. . .

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    Poetry is finer and more philosophical than history; for poetry expresses the universal, and history only the particular.

    Aristotle (384 BC-322 BC) Greek philosopher.

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