I looked at you And I saw stars in your eyes. The kind of stars You see in a winter night Hanging in front Of a deep blue backdrop. And every color of the galaxy Was imprisoned in your irises. The more I looked, I found that your heart Was more unique than your eyes. It lacked four chambers And arteries And veins. It was not like every other heart. It took the shape Of a crescent moon That seemed to shine brighter Than the sun. And I was envious. I was just another robot, With a pulse But no purpose. But your captivating beauty Was merely a test. And seeing that my lips Can no longer verbalize Of anything other than your eyes, I clearly have failed.