Free Fiction Friday: Her Eyes Were October by Chantal Boudreau

February 27, 2015 at 10:10 pm (writing)

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Her Eyes Were October

 by Chantal Boudreau

Her eyes were October

With a harsh and chilly stare

Rejecting what I’d done

Her look letting me know it

Her eyes were October

With no April found in there

Don’t forget, don’t forgive

She would never move past it

Her eyes were October

With a suffocating glare

Punished me at each turn

I just couldn’t escape it

Her eyes were October

With a cold I could not bear

Needing warmth, needing love

I somehow had to claim it

So I brought winter to that gaze

Frozen death, end of days

Time bled away in liquid red

And now I’m truly free

I’ll find spring thaw in other eyes

No more ice, no more lies

The bliss of March, all fresh and new

That’s what I’ll finally see.

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