Sumeet Mukherjee


And The Eyes Say It All


The rustling breeze blows through my face
And the fragrance of love that it dissipates
A silent whisper that it says in my ear
Those brown eyes with their subtle stare
A second glance of those brown eyes
And all the memories I could recall
Silence stays in all the corners
And yet the eyes say it all

Those drooping eyes devoid of sleep
Keeping you awake in the night so deep
A night full of silent conversations
And your heart denying the altercations
You try to hide your every emotion
Still every hurdle out they crawl
The lips may not say anything
But those brown eyes say it all

Those glittering eyes I’m completely mad about
Wish they looked at me without any doubt
Their every depth I could feel
And all those compulsions, how to deal
Just be yourself and open-up your heart
Just take a step and make that call
Be not bother about the world
Let those brown eyes say it all.

Submitted: Saturday, July 13, 2013
Edited: Saturday, July 13, 2013
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