Blue Eyes

Poem By Sophia White

Blue eyes caught me
For a moment.

Blue eyes smiled
For a moment.

Blue eyes winked at me
For a moment.

But I shut the blue eyes
In a closet.

I tossed the key
Into the sea.

Comments about Blue Eyes

Sophia Amazing poetic style here, well done
simply beautiful. Quality, Sophia. SusxGLx


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