(14 December 1895 – 18 November 1952 / Saint Denis / Paris)

‘she Looks Into Me…’

She looks into me
The unknowing heart
To see if I love
She has confidence she forgets
Under the clouds of her eyelids
Her head falls asleep in my hands
Where are we
Together inseparable
Alive alive
He alive she alive
And my head rolls through her dreams.

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Together inseparable Alive alive He alive she alive And my head rolls through her dreams. great great poem written great 10++
Beautiful imagery. All we need to feel is the joy of being alive.
An excellent poem with an emphasis on feelings from the heart. Great images, however, the last line " detracts from the poem overall." Picturing a rolling head is way too vivid for my imagination. : -)
Great imagery in this poem that is illustrative of the author's love. The last line " And my head rolls through her dreams" is a bit confusing and detracts from the poem. Overall a great write. : -)
Excellent poetry. Strong and powerful imagery. Like to read again and again. So nice.
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