THANK YOU JINGLE for the Perfect Poet Award for Week 8 entry.
And a biiiiiiiiiig thanks and warm hug to all who nominated me. I am so very glad you liked my writing πŸ™‚
For Week 9 nominations, I would like to nominateΒ Meghana. Her poetry flows naturally and its fun to read. Do try it out, you would love it surely!

Here is my entry for Week 9.


He looked at her
with a hesistant smile on his face
Will she be happy to see me
or take a swap at me
thinking about latter made his blood race
She did not smack him
he was a bit relieved
but neither did she smile at him
His heart felt crushed by load of guilt
for his lady love looked hurt
Her eyes accused him of betrayal
and breaking her trust
I am sorry my love
please forgive me this time, his eyes implored
You are the only light of my life
I value you higher than the all mighty lord
She gave him a searching look
Wanting to believe him
for his sake and her own
She could see his love brimming in his eyes
and knew he would see the same
reflected in her own
His pain at seeing her disappointment
gave a her heart and soul an ecstatic surge
She saw him smile, tension leaving his face
and she realized his smile was in response to her own
They spoke to each other at length
their eyes confessing their love
and their fingers and signs professing their words.


46 thoughts on “Eyes

  1. Congratulations,my dear friend! πŸ™‚
    The poem is magnificent!!!
    I love it a lot!
    It was touched my heart this time again!!

    Enjoy the moment!!!! πŸ™‚ πŸ˜‰

  2. “Words hold little significance in relationships where your eyes can profess all that you feel.” which bollywood movie did you see recently. Its hot now and everybody wears a goggles πŸ˜›

    • Lolz. I agree typical bollywood line. But I did not watch any recently. Maybe growing up on a steady diet of all these dialogues have made it part of my DNA…evolution you see πŸ˜‰ πŸ˜€

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  4. very sentimental, I like her realization at the end… how mental it all was for her, until she realized she was physically displaying her love. Good work!

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  6. awwwwww…….thanks dear…
    you made my day πŸ˜€

    /their eyes confessing their love
    and their fingers and signs professing their words.
    awesome verses….
    loved it πŸ˜€

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