Hazel Eyes

Hazel Eyes

A Poem by Henry Krone

This is an extra poem I wrote after finishing my anthology, trying to explore a new style of poetry of almost pure imagery and sensory information.

Mellow sunrised
The dew of the afternoon high light.
Paradise sunset.
Tuscany, Marigold, Chartreuse, Caramel.
Amber, Copper, Olive, Saffron.
Honeycomb mystery of rejection... or doubt.
Freedom sparks; feet and hip dilate and constrict; lips close to feel the colors and open again, blinking to suffocate the oasis into the dull reality of smog and soot, of cemetery.
The psychedelic picturesque star stares back, dusk-like fireworks of heaven gained and lost.
One second that sealed his fate.
Death will be hazel eyes.

© 2021 Henry Krone

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This is so beautiful and has such emotion to it. The imagery speaks for itself and I can't wait to read more of your work.

Posted 8 Months Ago

Wow, this is powerful and emotional, nicely written

Posted 8 Months Ago

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Added on January 19, 2021
Last Updated on January 19, 2021
Tags: eyes, hazel, colors, psychedelic, soot, dull, light, passion


Henry Krone
Henry Krone

São Paulo, São Paulo, Brazil

After several years of reading and appreciating poetry, I finally decided to write my own poems. Two years ago I completed my poetry anthology, telling the story of my own understanding of love, life,.. more..