Prof Niamat Ali Murtazai


Mirrors


Mirrors are necessary for reflection
Because they show us what we are in fact
That helps us to step to perfection
No doubt they have on us deep impact.

But each mirror has its own mood and mind
And shows a scene in its own personal way
How can we the real reality find
Or what is proof of what mirrros do say?

We like the mirrors that often praise us
Don't criticise us to mend this and that.
And ask us to come down from a large bus
To sit in a car wearing a special hat.

Mirrors are generous to mimic us free
Look at nature -the store of mirrors all
Sun, moon, star, river, ocean, mountain, tree
Yes our mirrors in each of them do fall.

Mirrors also adjust our personalities
We are what mirrors we like to observe
Our reflections are replete with realities
Mirrors can destroy us or do preserve.

Submitted: Friday, April 22, 2011
Edited: Saturday, May 21, 2011

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