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Friday, January 3, 2003

A Lady Who Thinks She Is Thirty Comments

Rating: 3.6
Unwillingly Miranda wakes,
Feels the sun with terror,
One unwilling step she takes,
Shuddering to the mirror.

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COMMENTS
Dr Antony Theodore 14 December 2020
Silly girl, silver girl, Draw the mirror toward you; Time who makes the years to whirl Adorned as he adored you. living in illusions. tony
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sAbHyAtA 31 May 2018
good poem! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! !
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Savita Tyagi 22 December 2017
My my how time changes the thinking.....
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Tom Allport 27 December 2016
big mistake? mirrors only bring heartache
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Adrian Martin 27 April 2016
Time...... Tick tick tick it does not wait for you or I, or even the lady Miranda.!
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Anthony Shangale 23 April 2015
To my gal friend.....superb....
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Kelvin Michael 27 January 2014
Although spring is as old as it is, its beauty never fades.
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Karen Sinclair 25 October 2012
Beautiful poem....such comforting compassion in the writers words
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Sander Rubin 02 June 2012
To my daughter 2/27/2012.
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Ken E Hall 24 May 2010
W, ords of a master clever to illustrate age and the withering tick of time, very nice to read!
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Malini Kadir 23 October 2008
what a superb way of expressing the fear of aging..... the question at the tag end is brilliant!
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Tranquil Ocean 21 January 2007
What a brilliant ending to an awesome poem! ! TO
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Mike Dunn 30 May 2006
A beautiful reflection on what makes one old... does the passage of time affect our age? What is one day from the next if we do not make it so.
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