Poem: Walls

When you laugh,
Your eyes reveal a depth of kindness,
A well of affection that spills forth,
A tide of love for others,
If only you could feel your own warmth.

Your walls sit high and line your eyes,
A barrier to keep out others
But when you smile at me,
See that I am not bothered by
The love in your soul that sits
Smothered by reality,

Your walls do not define you
Nor do they prevent you from finding love,
For even with your walls
I still find myself entranced
By an imprisoned person.

I want to free you from your soul.

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