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Eyes That Meet
by Sandra S Corona

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Romancing across the room as the ladies did in the old days with their fans and batting lashes.

Eyes meet, merge, in the heart
as two bound forever . . .
lashed to the tenth degree,
rhythmically.
Merged till infinity--
meshed by a touch of love--
smoldering eyes surge, heat.
Blind or sighted they shine
until they close for keeps.
Sobbed out, hung on shoulders,
they let the blues ease out
and slide into slippers.
Eyes dance across the room
and dazzle but don't mate
with just any lonely heart.
Got to lock on a pair
playing a melody
that only two hearts hear.
Eyes, anchors dropped, will dock
rocking two boats at a time.
Have your eyes anchored mine
. . . or am I out of line
fishing for a response?
On every street, eyes meet,
but most don't catch our hearts.



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Reviewed by Jack Roberts
Very nice! : )

Jack
Reviewed by Brittany Renée
'smoldering eyes surge, heat' Awesome poem, Sandy!

*:.Brittany Renee.:*
Reviewed by Nicole Davis Vergara (Reader)
Body gestures no matter how subtle; even a simple batting of eyelashes, can be caustic to a great many things! Excellant Sandra!!!!
~Nikki~
Reviewed by Trish - The Trickster
It's amazing what a simple little eye motion results in, isn't it...LOL. Great write.
Reviewed by Jackie Brooks
Eyes can speak volumes, loved this poem, quite unique. Jackie <> <
Reviewed by Tony Nerone
Lovely Writing!
Kudos, Sandy!

YF
tony:)
Reviewed by Bhuwan Thapaliya
wonderful...a pure joy to read....BHUWAN
Reviewed by Cheryl Sellers
lovely read, I think more was said with eyes and fans and flower <color of> then all the direct words we say in courting today
Reviewed by Floreann Cawley
very nice..Floreann
Reviewed by Leland Waldrip
A coquetish beauty, Sandy. Perhaps you'd like my poem, Antecedent Chemistry. It talks to the passion of our ancestors.
Love ya!
Leland
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