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Mirror, Mirror

Mirror, mirror, tell me why
The reason in which my heart can't comply.
What is it missing; where is it found?
Truth in which my emotions are bound.

Mirror, mirror, vanish the past.
These fears I have: why do they last?
The abuse, it haunts me; it won’t fade away.
Suffering that dwindles in my heart everyday.

Mirror, mirror, watch the tears fall
Into this empty existence I crawl.
Searching for my ray of light to clear my clouds away,
I close my eyes, and hold my breath, and then begin to pray:

“Mirror, mirror, I beg to be free;
Help me to heal, help me to see.
Banish my storm clouds, banish my pain,
Help to realize, that I am not insane.

Mirror, mirror, as you fall to the floor,
Breaking in pieces, I beg you once more:
That as your life ends, mine will begin,
Searching for lost emotions that have been hidden within.

Mirror, mirror, I bid you goodbye.
A weight has been lifted, I can no longer cry.
Sitting in the middle of sharp shards of glass,
I realize I have just said goodbye to my past.

Mirror, mirror, now I must go
To search the world and bask in its glow.
As I clean up the pieces that once used to be,
I silently thank you for setting me free.
Linda Racaniello

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The Magic Mirror

Mirror … mirror on the wall,
Who’s the fairest fair of all?
Mirror … mirror on the wall,
Who’s the smartest head of all?
Mirror … mirror on the wall,
Who’s that girl standing tall?
Mirror … mirror on the wall,
Who's to hold me when I fall?
Mirror … mirror on the wall,
Why are you not answering my call?

Oh mirror...

The lines and the scars you do not hide;
My scattered thoughts you would not guide.

Me myself and I; the gap so wide.
Oh mirror; you make me look inside!

You show me a girl against the tide,
By the rules she would not abide.

Within your frame, a caged spirit am I?
By your name, what voice have I?

Oh mirror … can you hear me?
My mirror is deceiving me!

I will show you my smile... will you let me?
A star in my eyes... will you get me?

I will show you a happy face... please let me!
A shelter from myself... please get me!

Mirror … mirror on the wall,
Do not show me her face;
I have killed her and left no trace.

Mirror … mirror on the wall,
She shall never stutter;
With a new voice, words she will utter.

Mirror … mirror on the wall,
Her fear you shall never show;
Fearless she is to know.

Mirror... mirror on the wall,
Do not point at her scars;
It hurts... not her scars.

Oh mirror...

There is no Santa but tell her not;
Dreams are dreams but wake her not.

She will give in... tell her not to.
She will give up... tell her not to.

Cruel mirror...

Why show me a figure so broken?
Why tell me words unspoken?

My mirror...
Every time I look at you
I miss a line in her face.

Every time I come to you
A part of her I erase.

Every time I need you
I abandon her grace.

So my mirror..

Where is the little fat girl that you used to show me?
Where are the frightened eyes that used to look at me?

Is she still hiding her smile with her hand?
Is she still looking for a magic wand?

You loved her not;
You loved me a lot!

Mirror … mirror on the wall,
What have I done?

Mirror … mirror on the wall,
Where has she gone?

Mirror … mirror on the wall,
Which way do I run?

Yes mirror...

How I wish I could give you my back
and never look at you again.

How I wish I could leave you on a rack
and never fall for your tricks again.

Oh mirror... Why can’t you lie?
Why don’t you tell me that I am the fairest fair of all?
Why don’t you tell me that I am the smartest head of all?
Why don’t you let me stand proud and tall?
Will you at least be there when I fall?
Oh … Mirror … mirror on the wall …
Why are you not answering my call?
Marwa Rakha

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Mirror Mirror on the wall
Who's the savior of us all
Angel Amarante

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The Mirror

She stood in front of the mirror for her reflection to see

'mirror mirror' was her crying plea

'tell me i'm pretty'

'speak of my beauty'

the mirror was silent quite along time

and finally it responded it's answer divine

'i see before me the perfect view'

'a flawless creature young and new'

'a picture of fitness and flawlessness'

'you are the envy of all in your flesh'

'i see the wrinkles you have covered so fine'

'i see the tan to cover the cold hard hands of time'

'your smile speaks volumes of happy bliss'

'it shows your quality and finesse'

'you have the perfect facade for all to witness'

'your clothes are starched and clean'

'your skin and teeth have an unnatural sheen'

'your beauty is numerous, and should be etched in stone'

'yet you stand before me all alone'

the mirror fell silent and changed it's hue

she stood there silently awaiting it's cue

finally it spoke with a sad tone

'now let me show you what is not being shown'

the mirror sent images of her life and crime

it showed the tortures she endured for an exterior shine

it revealed her past before her eyes

deeper and darker than moonlit skys

to the depths of her soul the mirror did steep

to show her beauty that comes from down deep

once again the mirror did fog

allowing her memories to rise from the bog

she stood there crying with head in hand

as the mirror looked backed softly from it's stand

it spoke to her a few last notes

it had meaning in it's lasting quotes

'for ever can you fight to be young'

'but time will undue the work you have done'

'tis better to let the soul shine thru'

'let people see the true beauty, that i see in you'

the mirror went dark and never spoke again

she continued on with her own plan

till years later her looks were gone

she turned to the mirror and sang a sweet, sad song

'mirror mirror'

'tell me the truth'

'am i still beautiful? '

'do you still see my youth? '

slowly but surely the mirror awoke

and these last words the mirror spoke

'i see before me a beauty divine'

'whose beauty has not faded with long lost time'

'what i see before me is still the same young girl'

'in spirit if not body, you are always my pearl'

'it took you years to see what i see'

'it's not your body, it's the soul that breathes sweetly'

'now you know the truth with no hidden fee'

'look to your own heart for the answer'

'it will always set you free'

the mirror dusted over with dirt and mold

as she stood there in rags wrinkled and old

she watched as the mirror cracked and shattered

leaving her there withered and tattered

she turned and walked away with a smile on her face

for the last image on the mirror was her beauty still in place...
Half Past

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