A Story by KCthelastboyscout

For somebody who sees in you what you can't see for yourself

Don't go. Not yet. I want to keep looking at you. Stare at your face. Look into your eyes. Those brown eyes. So much they've seen. So many stories to tell... Look at me. What I am now because of you. In my mind, there's tranquility and understanding. My heart overflows. Full of joy and love. Inside of my soul, balance and harmony. Where I was troubled, I am now at ease. The raging waters within me have leveled Now calm... Where there was distance between us, so far away, we are now face-to-face. Looking past your eyes, I see something beyond love. It's indescribable. It feels like the comfort of home. Marriage and children. My everlasting devotion... Look at me. What you see is true happiness.You don't see through me, you see inside of me. What I am, what I want to be, what I could be... Those beautiful brown eyes. You see more to me than I could have imagined... Thank you

© 2017 KCthelastboyscout

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A very nice tale written. When a woman want. She can see you for who you are. Gentle brown eyes can steal your heart and mind. I enjoyed the short story. Thank you for sharing the amazing story.

Posted 1 Year Ago

Ain't it the truth, what would we do without those angels who believe in us more than we do ourselves. Great piece, so much feeling.

Posted 1 Year Ago

1 of 1 people found this review constructive.

This is beautiful :) , I really loved the way you used the vocabularies to describe your feelings, keep it up :))

Posted 1 Year Ago

Very beautiful, but it needs a little more flow to it, at a story the brown eyes tell and show more then telling. Make me feel the love you have for each other.

Posted 1 Year Ago

oh my such joy you deserve every bit of it.. savor her and love

Posted 1 Year Ago

Oh my. This is beautiful, perfect.

Posted 1 Year Ago

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Added on December 21, 2017
Last Updated on December 22, 2017

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