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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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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 niranjala

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Mirror, Mirror

Mirror mirror on the wall,
Who as a free spirit takes the sky..
Dancing through the clouds,
Such as a wounded angel refusing to fall?

Mirror mirror on the wall,
Who's screaming through the deadly silence
As it echoes a call to
A quiet, steady looking glass revealing only truth.

Mirror mirror on the wall,
Without my reflection everything appears too small...
Music is like my soul, beholding wisdom,
Strumming a guitar carries beauty,
Lyrics heat passion.

So my mirror on the wall,
I ask of you..
Who rocks out the sweetest of all?
Emaleigh Marie

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My Mirror

Mirror, mirror on the wall,
Who’s the fairest of them all?
‘As you see,
It’s the lady standing in front of me,
Her eyes sparkling like the deep sea.’

Mirror, mirror on the wall,
Who do you really see standing in the hall?
As you see,
This lady cannot be me.
Look inside and really see,
For I am not who you want me to be.

Mirror, mirror on the wall,
You are not fair at all.
First impressions without a second glance.
How is this girl the fairest when she’s in a trance?
Her eyes aren’t sparkling jewels,
You need to start playing by the rules.

Broken mirror on the wall,
Too bad you don’t see me at all.
Hannah Smith

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