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  Look into my eyes...
by ellen george
Monday, September 24, 2007
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Reflections...


 

Look into my eyes,

see the joy, see the fire.

See love's lost.

See the newness, see the end,

See a heart. See it break.

What can you see when you look into my eyes?

See the passion, see the laughter,

           see our lives in a time when we still were.

See the love I still have

               if you only would look into my eyes.

 

ellen george  

 

 

 




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Reviewed by Teresa Walker 4/10/2013
Eyes, center of the soul and tell the tale of many stories if we only knew...Beautiful!



Enjoyed reading!

Teresa
Reviewed by Dark Knight 4/7/2013
very romantic--you do have nice eyes and i find it hard to look away.....
Reviewed by Shirley Houston 5/21/2012
This brought tears to my eyes. You have captured the emotions of a woman in transition longing to regain a love once shared!
Reviewed by Jayme Sheets (Reader) 4/25/2010
Oddly enough I've never heard of this poem before today, but it was sent to mr in a dream I had about an ex and the first thing I did when I woke up was google it! He has gotten married recently and in my dream I was visiting them and as I was leaving he handed me a card that had This poem on it....
Reviewed by John Domino 8/2/2009
Very touching romantic poetry!

John Michael
Reviewed by Basem Attiyat (Reader) 6/25/2009
The eyes are 'the windows of the soul' as they can send many different non-verbal signals.
Thank you it,s beautiful poem.
Basem
Reviewed by Gary Tenuta 12/28/2007
Hi Ellen. I wanted to share with you my reaction to this poem. The poem consists of 10 lines. The first 9 lines were nothing special - and I don't mean that in a negative sense at all. Let me explain. They were perfectly fine, well written and they said what they were supposed to say. Then I got to the 10th and final line and I just lingered there for several moments - caught like a gnat in a spider's web - and nodded my head and went "Wow. Yes." The success of the whole poem is so neatly wrapped up in that oh-so-subtle but emotionally charged last line. It pulled the other 9 lines right down into it. I felt it. It reached me. It stirred up something familiar, somewhere inside me. I knew what that last line meant. What more can one ask of a poem? Nice work, Ellen. 5 stars! :-)
Reviewed by Grant Mobielle 12/27/2007
Wonderfully moving, deep, pointed. With these simple words, you eloquently display a beautiful passion which tugs at ones heart.
Reviewed by Bernice Lakota 12/19/2007
If only...nice one!
Reviewed by Regis Auffray 12/7/2007
A compelling, soul-reaching plea, Ellen. Very moving. Thank you. Love and peace to you,

Regis
Reviewed by Axilea MU 11/28/2007
There is so much yo see for those who want to see, of course! Some can only see their own projections, transforming you into their object. How sad! But you have written lines that are made of honesty and simplicity, nicely done!

Axilea
Reviewed by Kathy Armijo 9/26/2007
I hate carrying on a conversation with someone who won't look into my eyes, but then since I can't see their eyes - there's obviously nothing there for me.

Kathy
Reviewed by Rebecca Lerwill 9/24/2007
Ohh, it's so sad but yet hopeful. Beautiful, Ellen!
Your friend from Utah!
R~
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