His Eyes Are Blue

 

I looked into his eyes of blue

But couldn’t see past the outside hue

There was no focus, no real view

He wasn’t seeing out to me and you

 

He was lost behind the clouds

Seeing thoughts and hidden shrouds

His ears were deaf to my beckoning calls

His senses were stagnated by walls

 

For he had gone to the other side

No comprehension, he didn’t hide

It was his mind, its fertile zone

Within his mind he was all alone

 

He had happy thoughts, you could tell

He would smile, and frown as well

But there was no connection there

Those eyes just continued to stare

 

We lost a friend to everlasting time

He had found something very sublime

We cared for his body as it was stilled

His mind was racing and seemed well filled

 

Try as we might there was no flow

We couldn’t see, we couldn’t know

We couldn’t enter inside its wall

A friend had left us, left us all

 

Barbara Blackcinder

 

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About Barbara Blackcinder

I am a poet/writer with a hunger for words. There are so many out there that I haven't used yet. They define all reality and especially mine when you read those from me.
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