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A Man's Eyes
by Lavendar Jazz

Wednesday, February 27, 2008
Rated "PG" by the Author.
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The eyes are a window to the soul.

Look deep into
a man's eyes
see his inner soul
avoid the tongue
 that spews obscenities
or the hand that waves innocence

Look deep into
 a man's eyes
let them tell you a story
watch them dance
 the dance of lies
and cry the tears
 of pain

Look deep into
a man's eyes
 watch for the sparkle
 of hope
let them reveal
 those most intimate feelings

Look deep into
 a man's eyes
to see the look of love
 let them tell you
what the mouth
 will conceal.








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Reviewed by Glenda Bixler 7/18/2008
How very true! And you have included the full gamut of what you might see! Enjoyed this! Thank you!
Reviewed by Blue Sleighty 5/21/2008
Excellent work. Powerful, yet sensitive and touching. I enjoyed it VERY much.
Reviewed by Jackson Aniefiok 5/19/2008
This a well written poem, it reveals the reality about every day reality of life, the lies, the love, and the world where humans live!
Reviewed by Marcia Miller-Twiford 4/23/2008
I love it when I chance upon a poet whose works I haven't read before. It's like someone handing you a treasured book. Your writing is powerful Lavender and I look forward to getting to know you better.
Reviewed by Randall Barfield 3/31/2008
This is done with intensity and power. May their eyes always reflect their souls. Life would be a little easier maybe.
Reviewed by Gwendolyn Thomas Gath 3/19/2008

"A Man's Eyes"
Beautiful filled with straight to the point truths and possibly subminal undertoning. Regardless a soothing and gorgeous read.

Blessings and take care Lavender,

Reviewed by Da Lady Mystik Mystik 3/5/2008
I love this verse "Look deep into
a man's eyes
see his inner soul
avoid the tongue
that spews obscenities
or the hand that waves innocence"

How true, his eyes will tell you what you need to know, while his ego will fuel his mouth and cover his soul.

Reviewed by Karlene Hunt 2/29/2008
I really love your writes, in a way I think we are tuned into the same frequency.
Reviewed by Christine Alwin 2/27/2008
It seems eyes can speak more than the mouth sometimes,,,Very heartfelt poem,,, Well Done!
Reviewed by Karla Dorman, The StormSpinner 2/27/2008
I can't believe all men are bad - I have hope there is a good one out there - just have to go through a lot of weeds to find the right bloom. :( Hope you (and I) find one soon - poignantly penned, Lavendar.

(((HUGS))) and love, Karla.

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