Aidin Azarkerdar

Rookie - 0 Points (9/11/1987 / Iran)

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? '

Submitted: Tuesday, February 18, 2014
Edited: Tuesday, February 18, 2014

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