Abby Christeen Whaley


Mirror


Mirror
Why are you here?
Why do you share my story?
My life
My truths and lies

Mirror
There’s dirt on you
It is the past from my past
Waist up, I see half of me
Dark eyes staring through me
Reliving, revealing my story

Mirror
Your cracked in two
Why are you bleeding though?
Your arms, they’re cut and bruised

Where’d that scar come from?
Surely it didn’t come out of nowhere

Mirror
Your my story teller
You reflect my past, my lies, my life
You relive me from where I was once before
You reveal everything into this world

Submitted: Wednesday, June 12, 2013
Edited: Wednesday, June 12, 2013

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