Dangerous Eyes

August 23, 2010
By Christine Xu BRONZE, Brooklyn, New York
Christine Xu BRONZE, Brooklyn, New York
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The darkness of one's stare is worth the price,

of a mysterious journey to find the truth

The six circles of different colors,

White, green, and sesame black,

Tell the true story behind the reality

When one says no, the anger fills those secrets.

When one says yes, they sparkle throughout the darkness

Nobody can determine the powerful secret,

Behind the scenery of those misinterpreted shots.

Your gun can kill, and then can too.

Your souls of wisdom lies beneath,

These mysterious beautiful and terrifying weapons.

They lie, they steal, and they can kill,

But they can bring happiness, love and joy.

Never do they die, never do they fade.

Their most powerful weapon is itself.

One look and they can kill your lovely mood.

Never anger them or you'll be sorry.

For the eyes of a person are the most dangerous of all.

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