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Mirrors of steel or silver, gold or glass antique!
Whether in melancholy marble palaces
In some long trance you drew the dreamy loveliness
Of Roman queens, or queens barbarical, or Greek:
Or, further than the bright and sun-pursuing beak
Of argosy might fare, beheld the empresses
Of lost Lemuria; or behind the lattices
Alhambran, have returned forbidden smiles oblique

Of wan mysterious women—mirrors, mirrors old,
Mirrors immutable, impassible as fate,
Your bosoms held the perished beauty of the past
Nearer than straining love might ever hope to hold;
And fleeing faces, lips too phantom-frail to last,
Found in your magic depth a life re-duplicate.
Clark Ashton Smith

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Mirrors Mirrors in a rippling motion.

The sun shinning,

Rings of ripples when anything's away.
Silent sunset,
Frogs croaking, ribbit 'til the red dawn of day.

Anything reflecting natures way is great!

Flowers, birds, cooling breeze, ducklings quacking, blue, Lilies,
Fish swimming all day behind the mirror.
While waiting for crisp cold days of winter.
When ripples give way to children's laughter skating
On my dulled mirror.

Beautiful pond.
Ronald Chapman

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The Mirror Of Your Life... Can You Face It?

We all have a mirror
A mirror that reflects who we are
If we are brave enough
We can see our true self
We can see our soul
We can see who we really are
But we ignore the mirror
We cover it up with lies
We store it away
For we do not want to see the truth
We do not want to know why we are the way we are
It is better to use excuses for our problems
Than to acknowledge the blame rests on our shoulders
The ones who can see themselves in the mirror
Are the ones who change their lives for the better
They see the choices they have made were wrong
They see that their actions in the past
Have created the problems they face today
They see their flaws
They see their true self
The mirror shows them the truth
That others refuse to reveal
The mirror becomes their guide to life
For when they look into the mirror
They know who they are
Can you face yourself in your mirror of life
Or do you fear to find out
Who you really are
Are you afraid that you will not like yourself
Who knows how your life will change
Once you realize who you really are
Once you see your deceit
Do not cover up your mirror
Clean it and place it where you will awaken every morning
You will begin to see your flaws and weaknesses
Then each day becomes a day of revival
You begin to love yourself
You begin to enjoy life
Because you know who you are
And you know the choices you must make to make your life better
Dimitri Jagodinski

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Mirror Mirror On The Wall

Mirror Mirror on the wall
tell me what you see
Do you see the one smiling or her hidden tears?

there's one inside and one outside
do you show the one you love?
or the one who you are scared of?

No more masks around and thats the real one!
the one you dint know!
How strange that the dry eyes shows the ocean of emotions
reflects the vacuum inside!

Mirror Mirror on the wall
tell me what is real,
the past or the future,
how i wish you could create a clone like me.

free from all that holds me back
like a bird i could fly to the life i want
Srita Sri

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