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kyvin nash

Rookie - 158 Points (05-12-1985 / fonteyn)

In your eyes


when i look into your eyes and you look into mine,
the world shoot a smile
under one bare inviting shine.
where birds preluded twittering,
sweet meldious whispering.
There in your eyes!
signs emerge, in a swift envisage.
my mind bathed in a whirl wind.
One I couldn't spare, but share.
on mature reflection the sun danced,
trees hugging and kissing.
There in your eyes...
conjuring a safe paradise.
rosey and scented,
a path not yet acquainted.
I pictured pretty mountains,
beautified reflective fountains.
These sweetly arrayed,
two ardent hearts parade.
enfolded by warm hands,
there in your embracing eyes,
sauntering bare-footed on white sands.
Sands of the bright and fine ocean,
peacefully matching the spirit in calm motion.
time stood-still completly dazed, in your eyes,
everything stood-as-fixed as i was...
drifted in drips and drabs,
crushing in windows of druming rhythms.
of this heart bleeding passion,
beating my very nerves of compassion.
beating as though to kill,
tickling emotions exercising a will.
there in your eyes all encupsulated.
our world bit by bit,
drowning in deepening heat.
I couldn't tell...
lost within as though with a spell.
a drowse deep,
perhaps beyond a browsing leap.
there inside i felt speachless,
with my eyes peeled searching relentless.
all questions fainted,
within the walls reflections painted.
bedazzling inevitable perfection,
by one overwhelmed perception.
emitting, inflicting...
moments of weakness totally defeating.
How sweet? Swept-off my feet!
God I plead,
there in your eyes and complete!
My perdition,
love like expedition.

Submitted: Tuesday, September 16, 2014
Edited: Tuesday, October 28, 2014

Topic(s): love


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