When I gaze into your irresistible eyes,
The feelings within me begin to arise.
With your every look, my heart skips a beat.
I tingle all over from my head to my feet.

There’s just something about your eyes.
They’re more beautiful than the sunrise.
Your eyes sparkle more than diamonds or any gem.
When you stare at me I’m lost within them.

All I see is sunshine, rainbows and a dream.
They’re more stunning than anything I’ve ever seen.
They’re a field of flowers on a bright spring day.
Only your eyes make me feel this way.

Your eyes are hypnotic and I’m in a trance,
All of me is yours with only a glance.
I would cross oceans, deserts and the skies,
Just to stand in front of those eyes.

On that day I would be frozen in place,
Because of your eyes and the smile on your face.
If that day comes, I won’t swim in surprise,
Instead I’ll drown in the beauty of your eyes.

Nothing glitters brighter than gold,
That’s what they say, and that’s what I’m told.
Whoever said that is just full of lies,
They’ve never seen your gorgeous eyes.

About this poem

This poem is for AJ. She has the most beautiful eyes in the world.

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Written on August 20, 2023

Submitted by bkizzle on September 23, 2023

Modified by bkizzle on September 27, 2023

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Quick analysis:

Closest metre Iambic pentameter
Characters 1,068
Words 225
Stanzas 6
Stanza Lengths 4, 4, 4, 4, 4, 4

Brian M. King

Brian M. King has written over 30 screenplays, short stories and poems. He's a veteran of the U.S. Navy and resides in Greensboro, NC. more…

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  • petergartner
    A gorgeous, wonderful poem with such a light dancing rhythm.
    LikeReply 12 months ago
    • bkizzle
      Thank you!
      LikeReply2 months ago


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