Aubrey Silver

Rookie (12/06/91 / new mayhem)

Twins


eyes the color of polished silver
one whould say the 2 are a mirror
they both talk and act as one
what one starts the other finishes
they are the two that are one and the one that are two
they stand high above the rest looking down at their shattered youth
the know the truth
for they have seen the shattered mirrors
and the know that a shattered mirror tells more than a shattered truth

Submitted: Saturday, August 06, 2011
Edited: Sunday, August 07, 2011
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