Treasure Island

Jhnaier Arrthur


The Broken Mirror


This mirror i looked into was always broken just like my heart and
when the mirror cracks it sends pains through out my body never
leaving always at my side continuing down with the path of what was
once inside just now a hollow shell can never hide inside. Neither less it has always been this way and now when i look i can't turn away it just hurts inside cause nothing is there but a broken heart that reflects in a broken mirror that was broken to begin with never can be fixed. cause everthing i lived for is now in pieces.

Submitted: Thursday, February 25, 2010
Edited: Monday, March 01, 2010

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