Fairest Of Them All - Poem by Sherice Malcolm
Mirror mirror on the wall
Who is the fairest of them all?
Is it the one with the beautiful eyes?
Or the one whose beauty brings forth sighs
The one who curves and twists in shape
Or the one who you fall for far too late
Mirror mirror, you speak the truth
The reflection is see is a reflection of you
Me the fairest? HA you lie!
Build me up, then make me cry
Skin deep they say, but they lie
Because mirror mirror, my face makes you sigh
Beauty inside, they will never know
Because the cover is judged, judged by face alone
Hang my head, I have NO RIGHT to stand tall
I will never be the fairest of them all.
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