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« Topic Start: June 18, 2007, 06:39:13 pm »

So this is another of my poems. I wrote it while musing in English class.

Looking Glass

I stare into the looking glass,
Shining smile, my twin stares back.
Her face, her hair, tossed curls, not mine.
I turn my head, she turns and frowns.

Who is the woman standing there?
Scarce two weeks ago she was a girl.
What she wants she seems to know,
I only wish I was so bold.

She forms her face to show the world,
A mask set in a fragile mold.
Only her eyes still let me see,
I am that woman. She is me.

To me the first two verses sound too cliche, but I would really appreciate some input Smiley. Thanks!

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