Poems About: MIRROR
Poems on / about :
- carpe diem
Aren't you somethin' to admire?
'Cause your shine is somethin' like a mirror
And I can't help but notice
You reflect in this heart of mine read more »Midori Hajime
254.To Live (exist) : The love/hate relationships people share with mirrors
The first time he saw a mirror,
he was minutes old in a hospital.
Already getting used to the warmth of his blanket away from his mother,
his toothless grins and coos of his reflection meant nothing, read more »Kristion Robideaux
Standing in front of the mirror,
The reflection tells me to look behind.
The focus of the mirror is myself,
It is myself I need to find. read more »Ryan Lee Morris
256.Mirrors of Mirage
I dance to the illusive mirages
As i trudge on the desert sands
My throat is dry
Dry like these desert sands read more »Jack Shaka
She looks into her mirror
And sees herself
The tilt of the head
The breadth of the smile read more »Laurence Overmire
258.MIRROR MIRROR ON THE WALL
she turn to him for his thoughts,
even a simple whisper,
anything she said would do
to break up this silence read more »BRUCE MARTONE
The sun slowly fades,
Shattered glass lies in my room… read more »Roshni Ali
'-Em que espelho ficou
perdida a minha face? '
(Cecília Meireles*) read more »Lindemberg Pereira da Silva
261.Mirror, Who am I
<She went to this place, and there stood three mirrors,
And all three were of the same large silvery size.
So then Tara looked into the first mirror,
And looked and asked, read more »Vera Sidhwa
The mirrored reflection of what I am not.
In our dreams our battles are fought.
Heavenly feelings humanly sought.
The mirrored reflection of which I have wrought. read more »Ronald James de Langen
Mirror mirror on the wall
Who's the Fairest of them all
Hair black as ebony, skin white as snow
Lips red as blood, and inner beauty shows read more »Genny Thomas
As I gaze in the mirror, what do I see
A face that's familiar stares back out at me
A face that I've known for many-a-year
A face that's a friend and no-one I fear read more »Evelyn Macdonald