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oh, his eyes
by natalia  Buckova

He was walking by my house
One morning in late autumn,
When the cold frosted the lovely leaves of the roses,
And the rain was falling on my roof.

He was walking by,
In his silky coat 
Wearing the saddest smile, 
And, oh, his eyes, 
The colour of verdure,
So clear but so dark;
Oh, so mysterious 
That one could get lost in them.

And his glance, so fond, 
Made every inch of my skin shiver.
And my heart revived
with the feeling of lust,
Sudden desire for his touch.

Oh, his eyes,
They looked my way;
I blushed, 
My skin as red as the rouge on my lips.
He kept watching. 
He got closer.

And those eyes did not slip for second,
The curiosity in them
Only rising,
And as he approached his target,
An arrow stabbed my heart.
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Poem ID: 87064   Poem Posted: 3/15/2016
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