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Forever Sixteen

Forever Sixteen
I look in the mirror and all I see
Is this girl looking back at me
I know what she feels
The things that I use to
The way it use to be
Before there was the girl in the mirror and her friend
They thought that summer should never end
And then there was the day that the girl in the mirror lost her best friend
She was just sixteen, free
Learning who she was going to be
Then there was that day she was riding down the road
The girl in the mirror has to bury her best friend
The girl in the mirror thought the relationship would never end
The drunk driver hit and killed Kimberly that day
She is trapped forever sixteen it isn’t supposed to be that way
The girl in the mirror use to have fun
But now the mirror can only hold the reflection of one
The girls will meet again one day
For now this is all I can say

R.I.P Kimberly susan hobbs i love you see you one day sweetie
 
Lori Marrs

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  126.     

A Proud Thespian

I want to be a mirror

That reflects the world we dwell

I might be looked down on

And called names

Though philos-man orated I have no place in the society

Because I am always in the image of others

Joy be met if I mirror their eerie thoughts.


In school, friends may jeered

Snared and sneered

They might think they would be better

Because they wore long faces

Longer than their robes

With mountain of books in armpit

Joy be met if I mirror their eerie thoughts.


Brothers some cups of blood may lost

And stylists style sisters seriousness with wigs

Shout they may when hush need

Hush when shout should

Desecrate holiness of our space

Joy be met if I mirror their eerie thoughts.


And on the day of the gods

Fire-stick flickered as its carrier ran the arena

Our procession pitched with our doggerelic chants

Beyond spec's suspicions and

Sway in heavenly delights

Joy be met if I mirror their eerie thoughts.


To mirror I chose

All day I would

Evil hands might lurked

And space becomes abattoir

Hunting its own

Joy be met if I mirror their errie thoughts

Even in my solitary station

Beneath the crust.
 
Alade Abayomi IdrisWhite

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  127.     

Broken Mirror

hello, after a long said goodbye
I do remembering the time, I said with a rhyme
'Mirror, Mirror on the wall
who is the fairest.....! Yeah damn you all'
long past fared a long time
and i standing alone, what I see is a broken mirror
Who knew? who knows? who stand? who understand?
mid of my twenty, old and senile
mumbling my name with broken rhyme
I remember, I remember 'I'
I am Falling, it's mid my twenty and I am falling down
tearing my papers and burning my crown
who seen me that I am pulled down by this cruel madnes, this man calls 'Time'
hah, look there, the sarcastic smile, thousands of broken mirror showing mine
yesterday fine, today senile
I call to end this madness
I'm still young
Kneed to my knees, tearing down for please
nothing, no mercies
Thousands of pieces
thousands of eyes
thousands of mirrors
calling me with rhymes
'Mirror, Mirror, on the wall
Do you remember after all? '
 
Aidin Azarkerdar

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  128.     

mirror

I was sweet sixteen,
When I got a mirror.
He gave it to me,
Best birthday gift ever.

A mirror reflects,
I saw my face in his,
And the mirror reflected bright light,
Honestly clear as our friendship.

I neglected the little dust particles,
Never knew it would envelope the surface of my mirror.
Day by day, our images faded,
And the mirror imitated foul.

Thick lines grew on my mirror,
Separating pieces of glass,
The rift in between was strange,
Therefore I put the pieces back together.
Now, the images were unfamiliar
How can I get rid of the crack?
Too bad the mirror is broken,
And our friendship rolled back.
 
ada jesuthasan

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