Flames And Eyes

Flames and eyes, flames and eyes,
Protecting me, from the sky;
Breath my shield, in this war,
Flames and eyes: guard my door.

Flames and eyes, flames and eyes;
Never need an alibi,
Guard my form, standing by;
Save my life, by and by.

by Patti Masterman

Comments (7)

Is this a parody of a poem by Wordsworth?
pity about the spelling mistakes
I love this poem, it is written very cleverly and it is very funny.
Beautiful poem though I was expecting a better ending. Some wise message perhaps. Love it though.
Lewis Carroll noted for his novel, Alice in the Wonderland meant for children mostly show his valour as comic story writer in this poem also by a small conversation between father and son!
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