Inside: 11 gorgeous green eye poem examples to fall in love with your green eyes.

There’s so many debates on the most beautiful eye color. People with blue eyes say brown, and people with brown eyes say blue. But as a blue eyed person, I think we’re accidentally leaving out the real answer to the question.

Green eyes are striking, and their rareness makes them so much more stunning and so beautiful. When I’m met with a pair of green eyes, I am mesmerized for a moment.

Green and hazel eyes are some of the most intricately detailed eyes, and I hope that if you have green eyes that you love them and love yourself for having them. These poems perfectly encapsulate what it’s like to love someone with green eyes. Once you see them on the person that you love, there’s no going back. When you see the rare pair of green eyes, you’ll think of your green eyed love. And you’re going to see these thoughts here in some of these poems.

girl with green eye

Fall in love with your own green eyes with a green eye poem!

The different features that we all have and the differences that make us all unique are so precious and so vast, it truly turns us into who we are and who we want to be. Having green eyes like these and finding the beauty in them may be challenging to you now, but just you wait! These poems are likely to switch your mind and see how beautiful green eyes are and can be.

Green Eye Poems

Whether you love someone with green eyes or you yourself have green eyes, there’s such a romance about reading poetry about someone’s eyes. When poets have written about eyes, and a specific eye color, there’s a deep passion that is evident.

So read these poems about green eyes that are going to make you fall in love with your partner all over again or your own green eyes- whichever is the most relevant.

1.Green Eyes Poem

Green eyes
Smiling there for me
As lovely as can be
For all the world to see

Green eyes
Oh, how they sparkle and shine
I look at her and wish
That her love was mine

I love her green eyes
Like cat eyes in the night
No matter where she goes
They always catch the light

Green eyes in the morning
Awaken from a sleep
Holding her next to me
That is all I seek

Green eyes please tell me
This is where you want to stay
Green eyes please tell me
You’ll wake up here everyday

by Ray Hansell

man's green eye

2. Green eye love story

Green eyes
I thought the color of eyes was just the color
Until I laid eyes on his
His green eyes
Became ordinary and beautiful
Oh his green eyes
The eyes that make me feel safe
The eyes that makes my heart feel warm
His eyes are not just eyes
His eyes are the most powerful
His eyes became my home
From thousands of miles away
His eyes as he looks at me through a screen
Manage to make me feel so special even with the distance
Oh the man with green eyes
The one that made my brown eyes become so much more
Since he looks into mine like I am the prettiest girl in the world
The man with green eyes that saved a brown-eyed girl like me

by HeyitsAngel

3. The Green Eye

Come, child, and with your sunbeam gaze assign
Green to the orchard as a metaphor
For contemplation, seeking to declare
Whether by green you specify the green
Of orchard sunlight, blossom, bark, or leaf,
Or green of an imaginary life.

A mosaic of all possible greens becomes
A premise in your eyes, whereby the limes
Are green as limes fairly by midnight known,
As foliage in a thunderstorm, as dreams
Of fruit in barren countries; claims
The orchard as a metaphor of green.

Aware of change as no barometer
You may determine climates at your will;
Spectrums of feeling are accessible
If orchards in the mind will persevere
On their hillsides original with joy.
Enter the orchard differently today:

When here you bring your earliest tragedy,
Your goldfish, upside-down and rigidly
Floating on weeds in the aquarium,
Green in no panorama for your grief
Whose raindrop smile, dissolving and aloof,
Ordains an unusual brightness as you come:

The brightness of a change outside the eye,
A question on the brim of what may be,
Attended by a new, impersonal green.
The goldfish dead where limes hand yellowing
Is metaphor for more incredible things,
Things you shall live among, things seen, things known.

by James Merrill

4. Green Eyes

Always on my mind, can’t do nothing else,
I’ve got this pretty little lady fogging up my thoughts.
When I look into those green eyes,
It’s like hot and cold at the same time.
I know there’s pain,
Yet I still see so much joy.
I’ve got those pretty green eyes,
Always on my mind.
Cliché isn’t it.

Crayola colored hair, maybe foolish, I don’t care.
Sexy comes to mind, when I think of that figure.
Can’t help my impulse, when I’m around her,
Those eyes,
Her figure,
Her smile.
Vanilla scent, I know it’s her,
Turns me on, makes me wanna love that body all night.

Emotionally fucked,
It’s ridiculous,
What she does to me.
I don’t care who knows, she’s the one for me.
Body like an art piece, I know to appreciate good work when it comes my way.
Like fine art, I could admire that vanilla looking frame, with the scent to match forever.
Brains inside a beauty, I can’t deny,
The attraction is gripping and pulling at me,
Since the moment we first talked…

Our first kiss, I’d never tell her this,
She gave me a feeling deep inside that I just can’t describe.
In that moment I knew,
I want to make her smile.
In that moment I knew,
I want to stick around.

Good or bad,
Her green eyes, bright smile, with her soft voice,
It can always bring sunlight to my dark days.
When she touches me,
I get a sense of physical paroxysm of comfort and love that overwhelms my body.
People look,
I know people want my green eyed beautiful girl,
Too bad they lucked out.

My promise to the girl that nestles herself in my mind,
The green eyed beauty,

I promise to always be there for you.
I promise to be your rock.
I promise… To always Love You.

by the Black Lesbian

Poetry For Green Eyes

Green eyes are so rare, that when there’s poetry written about them, you know it has to be about a specific person. It’s so fun to find art that’s so specific to a feature. It really highlights the beauty of someone’s feature especially if it’s unique.

Enjoy this poetry for green eyes.
5. Green Eyes

Hey Green Eyes, look at me sitting right here,
Staring at your smile as the world just disappears.
I want to say “you’re Beautiful” but I cant say,
Dont wanna chance all the wrong words getting in the way.
But hey, you’re Beautiful! and this I write for you,
Cause no one writes about Green Eyes, Not How I’m Going To.
I see strength inside those eyes, inside of you,
I see that sadness, yet you smile, that is Beauty, too!
I see your amazing Soul through smiles and green eyes,
I see Love and Fear and Pain and I see that you fight.
That strength inside you, sweet Aries, tells me of your scars,
Tells me you’ve fought for what you believe inside your heart.
It’s Beautiful that your Beauty shows in many ways,
Beautiful Heart, Beautiful Soul, Beautiful Mind, Beautiful Grace.
You smile all the time and laugh, it’s sweet serenity,
Hey, Green Eyes, look over to me and ask me what I see.
I see Beautiful lights shining everywhere your smile’s found,
And when your laugh sings out its song I hear Beautiful sounds.
Your Beauty steals my voice when I just want to say,
You’re Beautiful..You’re fucking Beautiful..In every single way.
I see Beauty all around you, even in the Hearts you’ve touched,
And I realize that Beauty came from lights inside your Love.
Did you think Beauty and Beautiful could be used so many times,
In so many rhymes about the harmony of your body and your mind?
Well, Green Eyes, I apologize for not using those words enough,
A million times would still understate the Beauty I write of.
I hope you find a smile in my shitty-written rhymes,
you know, because its Beautiful and it deserves to shine.
I hope you feel the Beauty that here I’ve tried to portray,
Cause it’s for and about you, the Beauty that gave me escape.
Hey, Green Eyes, Do you feel Beautiful Today?

by Facepaint Steven

girl smiling sitting outside

6. Emerald Green Eyes

They were pools of Green
From depths of the sea.
The reflections were flames
That burned in me.

My smile was an echo
From times of the past,
Light in those Green eyes
Had caused it to last.

Echoing with laughter
They were Emeralds of light,
More precious to me
Than stars of the night.

Some hide their passions
Behind a disguise,
Mine were exposed
By Emerald Green eyes.

My mind can see them
Still shining today,
Though death has taken
Those Green eyes away.

Heaven is much brighter,
Well lit now the scene,
Found, there a Gemstone …
Eyes, Emerald Green !

by Kelsy87

7. Green Eyes

Drowning my heart with his eyes,
Conjuring passion that never dies,
So irresistible the pair of green,
Engraved on my mind a beautiful scene,
Bright, serene and filled with mystery,
Amazing how it sparks the chemistry,
Merely gazing at them makes me cheer,
Gives me hope and sets my mind clear,
Brilliance glaring from the mellow iris,
Looking through them is truly bliss.

by Walaa

Eye Poems

If the eyes are the window to the soul and beauty is in the eye of the beholder, then there’s a huge emphasis put on our eyes in the way that we evaluate the world and the way that it evaluates us in return.

People can see what we think and how we feel through our eyes. Embrace your eyes, and how you plan to see through the world.

8. Your Dark Green Eyes
You suffer
They suffer
Filled with what you remember
Your dark ring round
Messed up in tears streams

Stabbing the flesh
With just one sight
You look at me
Yes, look at me

Dilation of memories pour
Scratch the membranes
Use those daggers
Look at me
Your dark green eyes I love

Focus on me
No hatred can reach
I still love your dark green eyes
I still love your tears

by Vixie79

white and gray cat

9. Green-Eyed Cat

Steathily, she hunts
A cat with green, gemstone eyes
that glitter at night.
Her orbs are transfixed
on her evening meal,
she zeroes in and pounces
right before the claws come out.

by Mary Bone

10. The Green Eye of the Little Yellow God

There’s a one-eyed yellow idol to the north of Khatmandu,
There’s a little marble cross below the town;
There’s a broken-hearted woman tends the grave of Mad Carew,
And the Yellow God forever gazes down.

He was known as “Mad Carew” by the subs at Khatmandu,
He was hotter than they felt inclined to tell;
But for all his foolish pranks, he was worshipped in the ranks,
And the Colonel’s daughter smiled on him as well.

He had loved her all along, with a passion of the strong,
The fact that she loved him was plain to all.
She was nearly twenty-one and arrangements had begun
To celebrate her birthday with a ball.

He wrote to ask what present she would like from Mad Carew;
They met next day as he dismissed a squad;
And jestingly she told him then that nothing else would do
But the green eye of the little Yellow God.

On the night before the dance, Mad Carew seemed in a trance,
And they chaffed him as they puffed at their cigars:
But for once he failed to smile, and he sat alone awhile,
Then went out into the night beneath the stars.

He returned before the dawn, with his shirt and tunic torn,
And a gash across his temple dripping red;
He was patched up right away, and he slept through all the day,
And the Colonel’s daughter watched beside his bed.

He woke at last and asked if they could send his tunic through;
She brought it, and he thanked her with a nod;
He bade her search the pocket saying “That’s from Mad Carew,”
And she found the little green eye of the god.

She upbraided poor Carew in the way that women do,
Though both her eyes were strangely hot and wet;
But she wouldn’t take the stone and Mad Carew was left alone
With the jewel that he’d chanced his life to get.

When the ball was at its height, on that still and tropic night,
She thought of him and hurried to his room;
As she crossed the barrack square she could hear the dreamy air
Of a waltz tune softly stealing thro’ the gloom.

His door was open wide, with silver moonlight shining through;
The place was wet and slipp’ry where she trod;
An ugly knife lay buried in the heart of Mad Carew,
‘Twas the “Vengeance of the Little Yellow God.”

There’s a one-eyed yellow idol to the north of Khatmandu,
There’s a little marble cross below the town;
There’s a broken-hearted woman tends the grave of Mad Carew,
And the Yellow God forever gazes down.

by John Milton Hayes

11. Lady Green Eyes

There is a lady that hardly anyone knows
Simple and modest from her head to her toes
The Kentucky Farmlands she calls her home
Lady Green Eyes

For 20 years she’s been around,
Sheltered in life, she’s never been allowed
To see the world in her own eyes, til now
Lady Green Eyes

Searching for love, a soulmate of her own
“Your time will come”, they say, but she doesn’t know
Oh, will she always be alone?
Lady Green Eyes

She’s different from most, the undeniable fact
By her walk, by her talk, by her very act
The others think she’s odd, the others think she’s whack
Lady Green Eyes

But why should she care what the other people think?
She lives for herself, and just like a wink
she’ll charm the hearts of even the coldest she meets
Lady Green Eyes

by Whitney Oaks

These green eye poem examples are precious and remind me how much there is to see in someone’s eyes. I think they’re beautiful reminders of how stunning simple features can be such open windows to the soul. It’s a cliche about eyes, but cliches are cliche for a reason. Because they’re true.

Eyes open up the world of someone’s mind if you pay attention. So let these poems not only help you see how stunning green eyes are, but also remind you to pay attention to people’s eyes, because they will tell you their story.

Facial features become so mundane over time, but look a little deeper into them and you’ll find things you never noticed. And as poetry is also a window to the soul, it’s your heart speaking, so let poetry open your mind to seeing features as new again.

Embrace the beauty you see daily– we all have a bad habit of ignoring them. We love green eyes here at Aesthetic Poems!

If you want some more deep though kinds of poems, here are 17 black and white poems. Contrast really makes you think, so embrace the contrast.