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In your stone cold eyes,
I can see your hate.
In your eyes, I can see your pain.
In your eyes, I can taste your anger;
I feel the scorching fire in your raging eyes.


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The following comments are for "Those Eyes"
by poetfreak

hello poetfreak.
i was just reading your latest offering. you know what? i would like to know more about this person you're writing about. why are their eyes hot AND cold? who are they? hey, even if you have to make-up a story, who cares?

i also like your handle: poetfreak. it's kool.

( Posted by: johnjohndoe [Member] On: January 23, 2005 )

Those Eyes
I like this poem. I need to learn how to write shorter lines and shorter poems.

I noticed you added punctuation after the comment that was made on your last poem. However, the commas should be pauses and periods, should end complete thoughts.

Something like this:

In your stone cold eyes,
I can see your hate.
In your eyes, I can see your pain.
In your eyes, I can taste your anger;
I feel the scorching fire in your raging eyes.

Curious, is this person you write about an adversary or an ex?

Felicia

( Posted by: feliciastone [Member] On: January 23, 2005 )

Response
To answer some of your questions this poem is about my ex girl friend. I was describing how she makes me feel. She would get me angry and wound up and I described that as fire. And she could break me into and she would for fun or to be manipulative and I described that as cold. But now when she doses those things to other people I can see it in her eyes.

( Posted by: poetfreak [Member] On: January 23, 2005 )





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