angel plant

A Broken Mirror

A broken mirror is my heart
You shattered and tore it apart
Now I know not what to do
How can I stop loving you

When the mirror is broken
Never can it be fixed
I can still remember
My greatest fear

It was hard to put aside
To not just focus on you
Not to confide in you
Let you break my heart into

Voices are calling my name
Never changing just waiting on you
I never realized what you did to me
You do not need to be sad

This could all turn around
Just so you and I
Can be happy once again
My mirror will not be torn

Apart again
I can not let my heart
Be dark and cold again
We have to spend some time apart

The light I have to see
So I can look at the view
A mirror is crystal and clear
It has no scratch at all

You are wonderful
Inside and out
Those things are what made me
Fall in love with you

To think that I could see
I never thought I would
I will find one thing
A mirror of my heart

Submitted: Friday, December 21, 2012

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  • Freshman - 1,690 Points S.zaynub Kamoonpuri (12/22/2012 7:09:00 AM)

    A pretty finely rhymed poem dat mirror's yor heart. Yeah hearts shudnt b broken as mirors. Thumbs up poetess. (Report) Reply

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