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Appear in my eyes and give them reddish beauty,
warm pearly pearl
don't run down my cheek,
they look pretty in my eyes,
don't reach for my lips you embarrassing creature,
I despise your taste,
don't let the covers stop you,
you must evolve out of my being,
don't crave for my skin,
just stay there my shiny drops,
fill the gaps, complete my eyes,
wash the kohl and the mascara,
don't touch the paper,
you are fake and selfish,
have some patience please,
don't hurry and rush out,
stick to eyes only you drunk drops,
don't support my senses,
run out the door, I won't shut them tight, 
don't teach me your lessons and episodes,
disappear once you are through with your monologue.

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  1. Date: 12/12/2010 3:58:00 AM
    Beautiful write!Enjoyed it-kashinath

  1. Date: 12/9/2010 4:45:00 AM
    Thank you for sharing your awesome poetry today Rinki. I enjoyed reading it and I wish you a wonderful day. Love, Carol

  1. Date: 12/8/2010 1:16:00 PM
    Thank you for explaining, Rinki. Tears can be embarrassing at times, but for me they seem to be a good way to release emotions in private. You took a creative perspective and gave the "tears" a life of their own to victimize the crier. Love, Carolyn

  1. Date: 12/8/2010 12:56:00 PM
    this is a very interesting way to describe "tears?" It shows great imagination, Rinki! Loved the part in the middle, talking about them staying in your eyes. Luv, andrea

  1. Date: 12/8/2010 12:03:00 PM
    I hate cryig too, Rinki. If wearing makeup, it runs down the face. The taste is too salty and eventually eyes swell. I'm curious as to why you describe tears as "fake and selfish." They seem to flow from honest emotion. Enjoyed reading your work and thanks for your comments. Best wishes, Carolyn