Blindness

Poem By Kiona Pearson

Take a look at me, my friend
What am I to you?

My eyes, my face, my hands
I always thought you knew.

Mortals just accept so much
That heart can lie to eyes.

You overlook my shape so strange
And love me 'til you die.

A love can call the blindness
to all the things you see.

For as long as one is willing
For as much as you'll love me.

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