Alexander Coppedge

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Mirror Reflection


A mirror image and its mystery
A woman clear vision I see
From far space depths she came
Another planet and galaxy
Taking me inside her pleasing eyes
She dumbfound me with tender charming
As if known to each other and long friends
Locking me within a trance between beings
A star traveler from a far distance
A messenger of tide bringing current events
Joyously in a smile touching my face
Stretched without weight upon my lap
A cherished fantasy or perfect net
A comprehensible image as on TV
She conveys with no lip movement
A one tone world and its governing chiefs
I back related to her our garden
The various tones and troubles to strive
Surprised but not set with the other
She caress me; yet, she is kin of mine
She was naked skin lime green
My tone the dust of the ground

Submitted: Monday, August 26, 2013
Edited: Friday, September 06, 2013

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Strange but super hot female sight captured in a mirror Full body from head to feet A skywalker from another galaxy or within our own I'm no scientist I didn't make college What happened

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