Seeing You

Poetry by Maggie Thayer

Photo by Quinten de Graaf on Unsplash

It’s been years,
But somehow,
I can still think of you the same way.
In the same light.
Under the sky
Below the stars
And your face may have changed
But still,
It’s you.
I think it’s the eyes.
The little glint surrounded by blue.
You may have changed.
May have grown.
But somehow
I can still see you.

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Maggie Thayer is a sophomore at Clayton A.Bouton High School. Along with being a Blackbird Review staff writer, she plays soccer and is in the drama club.