Spots in my Eyes is a poem by Michael Rosen, from his book "The Hypnotiser"
DISCLAIMER: This is a transcript for a video of Michael performing the poem/book, not a transcript from the actual poem/book itself.
Spots in my Eyes. I've got spots in my eyes, not spots that You see, they're on my side, I see them when I'm looking at you, to start with I thought they were dirty windows, then I thought it was little flies in the air but it isn't, it's.....spots in the eyes. I'm trying to find out where these spots are in my eyes, if you see me staring at a white wall trying to make one eye look at the other eye, that's what I'm doing, Looking for the spots in my eyes. Actually...I don't know what an eye is, maybe it's a plastic ball or it's a kind of little round fish tank glass outside water inside and the spots are floating around in the fish tank of my eye, I wish I could get rid of them, when people look up at the sky and say: "Look at that Heh-heh not a cloud in sight." I look up too, and there's all that blue sky and there floating across that blue are.......The Spots.