Treasure Island

Silver shadow


Mirror Mirror on the Wall Who is the Fairest of Them All?


A person trapped in a mirrorNever can I come outNo prince charming or harmingcan ever save me with a righteous kissAll I can do is run and run with no place to hidein this crystal palaceSo many looking back at me through the glassBut never can they see me, never hearing my screamsI have wanted to live forever.Now I am forever trappedWhen a mirror cracks it is just meTrying to break freeAlas, when this part of the portalis open the shards cut through meand as I am being torn, I cower backinto my dungeonfull of pain and sorrowyet at the same timeoh so so hallowso remember whenever you break a mirroryou are hurting meand whatever you say or do in front of a mirror, I just might be there to see!

Submitted: Thursday, August 09, 2012

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