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Mirror of the past

Author: MagicMJ
Created: May 22, 2010 at 10:56 am
Entry Type: Poem, G (All)
Category: General/Other | General/Other | General/Other
Entry Stats: 4.75 Stars by 2 users with 2 comments 241 views

Mirror of the past 
Piece by piece she picks up
The broken bits of her past
Like a shattered glass
Every memory is as sharp
Leaving a bleeding cut in her heart
Still she continued though pain
Is screaming inside her mind
She has to get these pieces together
She will no longer run
She will no longer hide
No matter how ugly
Her reflection will be
She has to see her scarred self
In the mirror of her past

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Comments & Reviews ( X 3)

May 25, 2010

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Powerful & Sad
Mirrors, of all the things we may have in our home, give a true 'reflection' of who we really are. They show us up for what we are, who we are, and and show us our 'real' selves. Your poem is powerful, sad, and emotional. I really do like the depth to this piece too, and also like the pervading darkness within the piece. Keep on writing my friend.

Dark Wishes
Wayne Leon

May 29, 2010
Many thanks wayne...

Your words really inspired me to write more...

May 22, 2010

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This is really good, i like it a lot!!! Its a very emotional poem, good word choice (: Great job, keep it up!!

MiAmor <3

May 24, 2010
Hi MiAmor,

Thanks a lot for your nice words...)


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