Jacqui Broad

(10 Dec '84)


you man of vain,
looking into the
wishing to see
What is it,
you had to gain?
is what I see,
if I look at my
and it came to my
it's someone else
I'd rather be.
Mirror, mirror,
on the wall,
mirrors, mirrors,
everywhere I look.
In the mirrors,
mirrors of your eyes,
who is the fairest
of them all?
I look for something
you took,
before I can change
the troubling skies...
17 May '11

Submitted: Monday, October 10, 2011
Edited: Tuesday, October 11, 2011

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  • Harindhar Reddy (11/12/2011 3:46:00 PM)

    Mirror, mirror, - on the wall, - mirrors, mirrors, - everywhere I look.

    Beautiful is mirror if carries your own picture. Mirror everywhere, I can see your gloom blossoming like cherry blossom.....

    So I commissioned saint valentine to give U a garland of Marigolds but he said tomorrow is holiday - Sunday week-end! Hey just a joke in life! Cheer up! ha! ha! ha! (I just quoted my poem) (Report) Reply

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