sree Jothi


REFLECTION


I am your reflection
Your shadow, mind and measure
Slightly elongated perhaps
To compensate other traits

Bear with me my object
I may not match a mirror image
She pretends to be faithful and glamorous
She poses before but I follow behind faithfully

I always dog your steps, my light
And withdraw into you by night
Just light your name, I am there
You can’t touch as I am too shy

I laugh your gentle smile
Your moments of joy, I dance
Your depression drowns me in tears
I always live you double your size

Submitted: Tuesday, April 16, 2013
Edited: Thursday, October 03, 2013
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