THIS WALL

THE WALL

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THIS WALL

Words fill the crevices of my mind.

Emotions that are too hard to find.

Love poetry trembles from my lips.

Your passion I can bear in small sips.

Behind closed eyes, I can still see your face.

Hard features I cannot seem to erase.

Filled pages fall from my open fingers.

The unspoken love sonnet still lingers.

Maybe I should burn my wall of pages

To help clear my mind of these wild rages.

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THE MIND’S EYE

 

 

The mind’s eye.

What can you see in a person’s eyes?

Can you see a glimpse of their emotions?

Maybe a little sadness with

a drop of anger thrown in.

What about happiness

and a sparkle of laughter?

Eyes are portals to our souls.

They accurately reveal

who we really are.

We can hide in our words

and facial expressions,

but we can’t hide our eyes.

Liars are said to look to the left

as they recount their false tales.

So the next time you’re speaking

with someone,

check their eyes.

See if their eyes

match their words.

I bet they won’t.

THE MIND’S EYE

 
 
The mind’s eye.
What can you see in someone’s eyes?
A glimpse of emotions?
Maybe a little sadness.
A drop of anger thrown in.
What about happiness?
A sparkle of laughter.
Eyes are portals to our souls.
They reveal who we are.
We can hide behind our words.
In our facial expressions.
But our eyes reveal all.
Make sure to check the eyes.
See if their eyes
match their words.

TEARS OF A CLOWN

Who are we?<br /> What are we?<br /> What do our faces<br /> reveal about ourselves?<br /> If we smile, does that<br /> mean we’re happy?<br /> If we cry, are we really<br /> that sad?<br /> Do we exaggerate our feelings<br /> for the better effect?<br /> Yes, we all do.<br /> Take a closer look at the next<br /> person who laughs or cries<br /> before a captive audience.<br /> See if they are showing true emotions<br /> or just emoting for the benefit of others.</p> <p>

Who are we?

What are we?

What do our faces

reveal about ourselves?

If we smile, does that

mean we’re happy?

If we cry, are we really

that sad?

Do we exaggerate our feelings

for the better effect?

Yes, we all do.

Take a closer look at the next

person who laughs or cries

before a captive audience.

See if they are showing true emotions

or just emoting for the benefit of others.

WHAT’S IN MY HEAD?

What’s in my head?<br /> Do you see anything?<br /> Can you see my hidden thoughts?<br /> Some people can hide their thoughts,<br /> while others have every thought<br /> plastered on their face.<br /> I’d rather be with someone who’s<br /> an open book than a secretive and<br /> closed minded one.

What’s in my head?

Do you see anything?

Can you see my hidden thoughts?

Some people can hide their thoughts,

while others have every thought

plastered on their face.

I’d rather be with someone who’s

an open book than a secretive and

closed minded one.

NO ONE IS HOME

NO ONE IS HOME

DO YOU EVER FEEL THAT YOU ARE  LOOKING INTO SOMEONE’S EYES  AND NOBODY IS HOME.  HE’S NOT LISTENING YOU.  HE’S LOOKING AROUND THE ROOM.  HE’S ONLY CONCERNED ABOUT HIMSELF.  HE HAS NO SOUL BUT IS AN EMPTY SHELL.  IT IS UNFORTUNATE BUT THIS HAPPENS  WAY TOO OFTEN.

DO YOU EVER FEEL YOU’RE

LOOKING INTO SOMEONE’S EYES

AND NOBODY IS HOME.

HE’S NOT LISTENING YOU.

HE’S LOOKING AROUND THE ROOM.

HE’S ONLY CONCERNED ABOUT HIMSELF.

HE HAS NO SOUL BUT IS AN EMPTY SHELL.

IT’S UNFORTUNATE BUT THIS HAPPENS

WAY TOO OFTEN.