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Published on Apr 29, 2013
This is a videoscribe that I made for my literature coursework. It is an illustration of the poem entitled "He had such Quiet Eyes" by Bibsy Soenharjo (1968). I hope that this video will assist the visual learners to understand the general idea of the poem and help the educators who would like to try and use multimedia in their teaching.
He Had Such Quiet Eyes
He had such quiet eyes She did not realise They were two pools of lies Layered with thinnest ice To her, those quiet eyes Were breathing desolate sighs Imploring her to be nice And to render him paradise If only she'd been wise And had listened to the advice Never to compromise With pleasure-seeking guys She'd be free from "the hows and whys" Now here's a bit of advice Be sure that nice really means nice Then you'll never be losing at dice Though you may lose your heart once or twice
Bibsy Soenharjo (1968)
Background music: Kal Ho Naa Ho Software : Sparkol