dragon lexi


Mirror


I wonder what they see
when they look at me

Cause i see all my little flaws
and things i'll never be

I hope your satisfied
with the girl I am

I know your not like other ones
who just dont give a damn

I wish i could be happy
with the me in my reflection

But the me inside and out
is afraid of self rejection

I dont blame this girl i see
I'd be unsure if that were me

it doesnt matter what they say
I cant believe them anyway

Its not my fault i really try
but i'm afraid its all a lie

though, deep inside i know its true
i just have to trust in you

Submitted: Thursday, May 08, 2008

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Comments about this poem (Mirror by dragon lexi )

  • Rookie Elenore Elizabeth (5/8/2008 1:48:00 PM)

    beautiful truly it is. i can relate (Report) Reply

  • Rookie Stone Granite (5/8/2008 8:41:00 AM)

    Dragon Bitch (I love the name by the way) - Your poem is excellent in its expression as to how you feel about yourself, the insecurities you have about what other people see and the last line in which you just give in to having to trust, yet you appear to still be unconvinced. At least that's what I got from it, which I think says a great deal. I enjoyed it very much and will read your other peoms.

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