I Caught Your Eye (poem)

I normally don’t post my fiction or poetry here, but I wanted to share some good news. I published my first *poem in MockingHeart Review. You can check it out here, if you’re so inclined.

So far, I have two more poems coming out in 2016. Woo hoo!

*There are actually two poems. I forgot about “The Girl with Chameleon Skin,” which is the first poem that appears on the site. If you’re interested, I also wrote a short musical piece to accompany “The Girl with Chameleon Skin.” You can listen to it here.




About Robert Crisp

Just a lad who likes to create.
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10 Responses to I Caught Your Eye (poem)

  1. Really cool!
    And beautiful poems!


  2. Honestly, I usually cringe when people want me to read their poems, but this is excellent! I love your voice.

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  3. Looks like you’re off to a terrific start on the C.


  4. KimiAnne says:

    These are beautiful! I realize it’s two poems now but I thought “I Caught Your Eye” was a continuation of the Chameleon girl. Is it not? Either way, these are beautiful!

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    • Robert Crisp says:

      Huh…that’s an intriguing idea. I didn’t intend for the poems to be companion pieces, but it’s neat that you viewed them that way. I sent five poems to the journal, and those two were the ones the editor picked. I’m glad you liked them!


      • KimiAnne says:

        I originally thought the first one was the meeting from his perspective and the second one was from hers. 🙂


  5. KimiAnne says:

    And congratulations,
    My friend!


  6. me-fixing-me says:

    woop woop, that’s a great way of starting 2016!
    happy new year, Robert.

    Liked by 1 person

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