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I believe that it relates to the verb 'to eye' and to the noun associated with it. As Zwi points out, 'to eye' something means 'to gaze' at it. Phrases with singular 'eye'. Thus we are not talking about a physical object referring to our ocular apparatus, instead we are using an approximate synonym for the noun 'gaze'. I know normally we should use "catch my eyes". But poems seems to have special rules. In order to have a better rhythm, I see somewhere the plural form is not so strict.
For other "singular" phrases see , 24, 25, 28, 37 at oxforddictionaries. But neither dictionary explains why they are singular. Something that catches your eye is something that attracts your attention.
By implication, it distracts you from whatever it is your attention was originally on, and since it appears on the periphery of your metaphorical vision, and not on its focus, I would think it entirely reasonable to speak of it affecting one eye before the other eye has a chance to react. The implication is that you saw it "out of the corner of your eye", meaning, figuratively at least, in your peripheral vision.
Peripheral vision generally involves only one eye at a time. But do understand that the reason for the use of a plural or not in an idiom does not always "make sense". Caught my eye is not the only idiom or expression that uses the singular eye as opposed to the plural eyes. Sometimes both can be found.
Aug 19 '15 at In this case, the eye is standing for the whole system of visual perception. Euan M 2 Zwi 2 5. Taking up the comparison with ' caught my gaze ' as suggested by Zwi. Here are some examples: Phrases with singular 'eye' 14 give someone the eye informal Look at someone with clear sexual interest: Oxford Dictionaries Thus we are not talking about a physical object referring to our ocular apparatus, instead we are using an approximate synonym for the noun 'gaze'.
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To attract one's interest, especially due to being visually appealing or attractive. That dress in the window caught my eye immediately—can I try it on? Your store . I wanted to do the same, but I still had work to do. I was about to turn back and enter the office when something caught my eye. I discreetly scanned the sidewalk . Suddenly she sneezed and her glass eye went flying out of her socket towards the man. With his quick reflexes, he caught it in midair. "Oh my god, I am sooooo .