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I was missing my lover and this came out. I'm not a poet...just a woman in love. She has the most gorgeous blue/gray eyes and in them I see beauty.

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sweetha
short and sweet. it is lovely and very nice
joan
Simple and to the point and very beautiful.

In Your Eyes

In your eyes I see a thousand setting suns,
Glorious and mighty, more days are done.

In your eyes I see the beauty in a simple flower,
the majesty...the sweetness...the power.

In your eyes I see what could be,
faithfully, lovingly, you and me.

In your eyes my world spins round
your voice...passion the sound.

Mostly in your eyes I see love.

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