Mandi Hinderson


Mirror Mirror On The Wall


Mirror mirror on the wall,
Why cant I see myself at all

A lifeless reflection,
With no affection,

A bittersweet sense,
With a sad commence,

Mirror mirror on the wall,
Why cant I hear the voices call,

Stuck in time in a phrase,
The beginning of this new phase,

Blinded by the dark,
Leaving a mark,

No trace,
No pace,

Just a timeless revere,
Where reality is not near

Mirror Mirror on the wall,
Its like you stalk me in this hall,

Wherever I am you reflection still shows,
How I really feel nobody knows,

You keep on going,
And never stop showing,

But your curse is not bound,
When my facade is not found,

So mirror mirror on the wall,
I declare you and ur curse to fall,

I found myself my true painting,
No longer do I stay waiting,

So now a leave you broken mirror,
Shattered on the ground I have no tears

Never again will I turn to you,
When I just dont know who to be

Submitted: Friday, June 02, 2006

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