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Insulting Eyes: A Poem

Updated on December 18, 2019
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Halley is a teacher who loves to write. The purpose of writing to give benefits to readers.

Insulting Eyes
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Insulting Eyes

The blackness on your pupils is getting thicker

You tie the snare in your sight

while I sat transfixed

keep quiet and wait to know what you mean.


Every time you pass

I know you are jealous

with all the humility that I have that is mine.

Not like you who are shameless.


I entered remembering the time just passed

about us who don't need to know each other

about myself, about thinking, about me or you

because we never know each other and I don't want to know.


Until the recurring time

always you give a fierce look

like wanting to challenge a war

whereas I just confused in silence looked.


Memory notes given and stained

by your eyes filled with hatred and envy

it is enough for me to understand it myself.

Be sure tomorrow I will leave and I don't care.


What has happened, let it be silent and neatly stored in the heart.

let us take care of each other's eyes
and use it with feeling and sharing.

not to hurt.

What had happened was just an insignificant matter

I will always smile and my eyes wink

eliminate all in silence.

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The poem above can be an illustration of what the eye can do. Its location as an object in communication makes the eye as one part of the human body that is often used as an object to be seen by other humans. Even in a few habits. The eye is very important to convey the contents of the heart and feelings. Eyes cannot lie. Like a mirror that can reflect what we think with what we see and see.

Make our eyes as objects that can be accepted by others in communication. Become better with wise eyes and fill with love. Congratulations on seeing the poem above with your own perspective. Thank you for visiting and reading this poem.

© 2019 Halley Kawistoro

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  • Halley Indonesia profile imageAUTHOR

    Halley Kawistoro 

    13 months ago from Indonesia

    Yes Of Course. Everything Can Tell Something. If We read that.

  • Brenda Arledge profile image

    BRENDA ARLEDGE 

    13 months ago from Washington Court House

    The eyes can usually tell one quite a story.

    Nice poem.

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