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This poem is about the fact that love may not be found in the eyes, but can always be found in the heart and in the exchange of simple pleasures.

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It is really deep.
this poem was the best poem I have read in the last few months because it speaks the truth

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Every Single Kiss

When I look in your eyes I see nothing of love.
Nothing that holds my mind or my heart, not fascination for me.
But it is a far, far deeper love then can be seen in eyes,
A love that goes from sea to sea and spans the space of time.
This love I've found makes the stars seem dim,
And every kiss draws in the breath that does surround them.

I may not see love in your eyes or hear it whispered from your lips,
But I know you love me - it's said in every single kiss.

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This is one of the few poems I read that has some substance and meaning. Too many seem mauldin and common. Nice to see something deeper and more sincere!

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