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Speaking Eyes



Speaking eyes express
subtle meanings too furtive for words.

Speaking eyes attract
subtle allies too steadfast for oaths.

Speaking eyes convey
subtle feelings too profound for tears.

Speaking eyes assign
subtle functions too abstract for bonds.

Speaking eyes declare
subtle diktats too mature for rules.

Speaking eyes connect
subtle facets too complex for links.

Speaking eyes require
subtle accords too brilliant for pacts.
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Submitted on February 05, 2010

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