Here’s an exerpt from a poem inspired in part by Edgar Allen Poe’s “The Raven”…
An eye can only see
What’s visible but what
Is not so bright will linger.
A corvus eye’s emotion is blank.
Cold and brute to be exact.
One will never know what
Power a corvus eye possesses.
A pupil dilates in
A contrast of brightness
And contracts in the dark
As if the findings will change.
In the light eyes tend to dilate
To absent mind the hysteria it creates.
In the reverse of light the pupils contract
Lurking for a prey whose heart beat wishes
To be no more.