Is the book too detailed beyond the cover's revelations? Are there some topics hidden too deep, aspects that need vivid reading to understand... Or are you the open book, every detail etched on the cover. Must I flip through all pages or does the title "You get what you see"? say it all? Are you what my eyes think you are or there's pretty much more to the untold story than can be revealed by a single cover?
What do you see? What do you think of me? Honors student, violinist Maybe a future scientist You'd never guess When we'd first meet That the girl I am Is more than the one you greet Get to know me And you might see The true person beneath The apearance bequeathed
brown eyes are underrated I've always thought but never knew till I met you they made me feel what even blue crystal eyes could never do his brown eyes had a familiar feel, like that book you once remembering reading they make me feel like I've found home how beautiful is the language of the eyes I found something special lurking there inside so genuine, so real, a more realistic painting of the surreal so i here encourage the notion brown eyes are an overlooked jewel i say this with certainty as I'm staring straight at you