Tina Chan


Mirror, Mirror On The Wall


Mirror, Mirror On The Wall
Who is the nastiest of all?
There is no way to evade yourself from the truth
Whatever your actions
Whatever your words
I deflect your nastiness right back
The mirror does not lie

Mirror, Mirror On The Wall
Who is the nastiest of all?
A reflection of yourself reveals your nastiness
My deflection power grow strong
You don't respect the elders
Kindness does not exist
Loyalty is not in your ethics
Greed is your friend
Lies is your game
Abrasiveness is what you're known for
Laziness is what you're famous for
Incidentally, all your actions are rude

Mirror, Mirror On The Wall
Who is the nastiest of all?
What do you see in the mirror?
The Mirror of Erised reveals a hidden monster within you
You can run, but you cannot hide
Your face belongs to the Hall of Shame
X marks the spot

Submitted: Thursday, August 23, 2012

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