Deep Inside My Eyes

Deep Inside My Eyes short poem

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Don’t look deep into my eyes,
who knows what you find inside?

Is it the dreams that I lovingly hide,
or are some demons residing inside.

Am too afraid to let you know,
Even too scared to make the show.

I can’t even possibly let you go,
for only you make my heartbeat slow.

How can I be sure you’ll stay?
For so often I’ve heard people say.

Promises broken, hearts forsaken,
I’ve been in love and then it was all taken.

How can I know this time it’s real,
For love has always been so surreal.

So I close my eyes and ask you to stay,
“Have faith in me” hope you’ll say.

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