For works with similar titles, see Blue Eyes.
Václav Hanka3267996Bohemian Poems, Ancient and Modern — Blue Eyes1849Albert Henry Wratislaw


O YE eyes, ye eyes,
Eyes so clear and blue,
All with me is whirling,
If I think on you.

Where’s my cheerful humour?
Where’s my comfort gone?
It, so soon I saw you,
Vanish’d thereupon.

As an arrow, swiftly
Did it all depart,
Leaving in my bosom
Never-ending smart.

Wheresoe’er I turn me,
Where my footsteps go,
Ev’ry where I see you,
Eyes so clear and blue.

O ye eyes, ye eyes,
Eyes so blue and clear,
Cease not to torment me,
Long as I live here!