Vivek Mehta


THERE’S SOMETHING ABOUT THOSE EYES


I try hard to forget
But I can’t, I realize
Disturbing me day & night
There’s something about those eyes.

Sometimes full of questions
Sometimes full of replies
Peeking into my heart
There’s something about those eyes.

I feel glowing up with love
And all my senses rise
Waking me up from sleep
There’s something about those eyes.

The worst moments of my life
The pain and the silent cries
Making me foget them all
There’s something about those eyes.

All the life, I’ve lived so far
If I have to summarize
I look into them and see it all
There’s something about those eyes.

Submitted: Sunday, May 25, 2008
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  • Scarletto Michuru (5/25/2008 8:56:00 AM)

    Very well described. The details make it so vivid and beautiful, even mysterious. What i love most about it is that there is feeling in the words you wrote. That is how a good poem should be written. (Report) Reply

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